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Samsung Improved The Light Quality of Its LED Packages and Modules

South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co Ltd says that it has improved the light quality of its LED packages and modules based on a 90 CRI (color rendering index) for use in advanced lighting applications. The firm is showcasing the LED components at the LightFair International (LFI) 2014 exhibition in Las Vegas Convention Center (3-5 June).

“With our improved color rendering, Samsung’s LED packages and modules now provide LED lighting makers with light quality that far surpasses that of conventional lighting applications, while adding to the energy efficiency of our LED lighting line-up,” says Bangwon Oh, senior VP of the strategic marketing team for Samsung Electronics’ LED business. “With more than 90 CRI, the enhanced color reproducibility of our best product platforms will make them even more attractive to lighting designers worldwide,” he reckons.

Samsung's LED product platforms include mid-power, high-power and chip-on-board (COB) packages as well as LED modules. With the improved CRI, the LM561B and other mid-power LED packages can be used in a wider range of retrofit LED bulbs and downlights by reproducing colors comparable to those seen under natural sunlight. In addition, the improved high-power LED LH351 series is suitable for MR, PAR and other spotlights that require high color rendering, along with high light output.

Samsung's LED modules enhanced with 90 CRI include the LT-A302 module (consisting of mid-power LED packages) and the SLE series (which uses COB-type packages). The LT-A302 is a linear, lens-attached module (LAM) with a thin, 21mm-wide form factor. The SLE series modules are suitable for spotlights and track lighting that prioritize high light output.

Samsung's LED packages and modules with over 90 CRI are commercially available from June. 

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Samsung Boosts Its LED Components to 90 CRI