Cree XP-E2 SMD-LED, with PCB (Star), 122lm, green
The XP series with its 3.45mm x 3.45mm base belongs to the new Micro High-Power LEDs. This type of LED package is increasingly established 'as standard' at all large manufacturers. By now Cree, Nichia and Osram are producing their High-Power LED forerunners in casing that are similar to the tenth of a millimetre. The chip placed in the centre and the square shape guarantee even heat dissipation and easy processing. The slim build size is reflow-capable and thus especially designed for mechanical assembly and soldering.
Equal size, higher lumen value
With the development of the XP-E2 Cree draws on its revolutionary SC³ Technology™. The LEDs achieve greater lumen value per Watt with the existing XP-E design and thus reduce the system costs. XP-E 2 LEDs use the same footprint as XP-E LEDs, are optically compatible and enable a seamless transition to more lumens and greater efficiency.
The XP-E2 can be used for a broad palette of applications with a high lumen value, whether indoors or outdoors, in portable devices or as a replacement for customary illuminations. The XLamp XP-E2 is a coloured LED and delivers up to 88 % more luminous efficacy than comparable coloured High-Power LEDs. Thus, illuminant manufacturers can cost-effectively develop a broad spectrum of applications, such as architecture, vehicle and display lighting.
- Can carry max. current up to 100 mA
- High efficiency
- Reflow-capable / can be equipped with SMD
- Long life expectancy
- Small dimensions
- Excellent price/lumen ratio
|Light efficiency (lm/W)||109 lm/W|
|Luminous Flux (lm) |
Luminous Flux (lm)
The luminous flux (lumen)
describes the total quantity of light provided (independent of the angle of beam).
|Wave length (nm) |
Wave length (nm)
The dominant wavelength
indicates the perceived colour of a source which is not monochromatic but in the CIE colour space. Most actual LEDs are near the pure colour curve but not on it. When connecting and extrapolating the points W (white) and P (sample), the intersection with the colour curve yields the dominant wavelength. The dominant wavelength can further be explained via the spectrum. After assessing the spectrum of the source using the V(λ) curve, the spectral centroid is determined. The dominant wavelength provides the most accurate information about the perceived colour of a source.
|Viewing angle (°) |
Viewing angle (°)
The angle of beam
describes in what angle the light is directed forward.
|Power consumption||1 W|
|Voltage (V) |
The voltage (V)
mentioned can be impressed on the product. If your initial voltage is higher (e.g. Car-voltage or adaptor), then you will need a resistor.
|Size (L x W x H)||0.0 cm x 0.0 cm x 0.0 cm|
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