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Everlight introduces full color LED product
Press release; Yvonne Yu, DIGITIMES [Thursday 9 April 2009]

Taiwan-based LED packaging house Everlight Electronics has announced the availability of the EHP-B02, a RGB full color LED in a new SMT package. The EHP-B02 combines the benefits of high power and high efficiency, and each LED has sufficient brightness to replace a lighting fixture consisting of neon lights, CCFL and LED arrays.

The Everlight EHP-B02 LED consists of three chips mounted onto an aluminum-cored printed circuit board (PCB). It produces three watts of power with typical light flux output of 35 lm (green color), 25 lm (red color), and 8 lm (blue) at 350mA. The EHP-B02 is a RoHS-compliant component and meets green environmental initiatives. With its 130-degree viewing angle and low thermal resistance, the EHP-B02 is suited for a variety of applications, including decorative, entertainment, architectural lighting, TFT LCD display backlight, signal and symbol luminaries for orientation marker lights, and exterior and interior automotive illumination.

Everlight RGB SMT LED - the EHP-B02

Everlight EHP-B02 RGB SMT LED
Photo: Company, April 2009

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