Lumileds new CSP high power LED, LUXEON HL2Z for very high output, tighter beam control, and lower system costs
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San Jose, California, USA – Lumileds has introduced LUXEON HL2Z, an un-domed, CSP, single-sided, high-power LED that significantly reduces system costs while delivering high flux density, high luminance and precise beam control. It delivers more than 315 lumens and more than 160 lumens per Watt from a compact 2.3mm square package that is just 0.36mm high.

Adopters of the new package include M3 Innovation, whose MAKO Sports Lighting Solution uses the LUXEON HL2Z to deliver 150,000 lumens from each of its modules designed to illuminate athletic fields, parks, stadium fields and other outdoor facilities. “With LUXEON HL2Z we were able to completely re-think what can be achieved in a sports lighting solution, the power, optical control, and design possibilities are what made the MAKO disruptive in the market” said Joe Casper, Executive Officer at M3 Innovation.

“Customers that are engineering street lights, stadium lights and other high luminance directional applications benefit from an un-domed source as it makes it easier to increase optical efficiency and to realize narrow beam angles and complex light distributions,” said Alvin Yeoh, Product Manager. “With LUXEON HL2Z, everything from array configuration design to DLC qualification is simplified and system costs can be lower by 20 percent or more.”

Lumileds’ focus on quality, reliability, and long-term stability for all LUXEON LEDs holds true for LUXEON HL2Z. In addition to the available LM80 data, rayset data and visual inspection prove the excellence of LUXEON HL2Z’s colour consistency across the beam enabling it to support high quality illumination indoors or outdoors.

LUXEON HL2Z is specified for R9 ³ 40 for 70CRI, R9 ³ 0 for its 80CRI, and R9 ³ 50 for 90CRI parts meaning that solutions with LUXEON HL2Z can qualify for DLC Standard or Premium listing.

LUXEON HL2Z is immediately available through Lumileds distribution network for CCTs from 3000K – 6500K and with CRIs of 70, 80, and 90.