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LED bulbs gain remote phosphor solutions

Posted: 24 May 2011     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:LED bulbs  phosphor components  glare-free LED  solid-state lighting 

Intematix reveals a new remote phosphor solution that claims to improve the quality of light from LED bulbs, lamps and innovative fixture designs by up to 30 per cent.

The new forms and light output levels of the ChromaLit products offer almost 360-degree light distribution, effectively serving as the core of the next-generation LED light bulb.

Compared to conventional LED designs, where blue chips are coated with a phosphor compound, the ChromaLit Collection leverages a phosphor composite separated from the blue LED energy source.

The products employ compound optical forms with high-colour quality and colour consistency enabling the design of a wide choice of radiation patterns ideal for bulb, pendant, lantern, decorative and other lighting applications.

The glare-free LED bulb and fixture design attains up to 30 per cent higher system efficacy compared to conventional LED lighting designs, thus improving thermal performance and streamlines supply and production of LED lighting systems with customisable shapes, sizes and colours.





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