Ultra-miniature SMD LEDs from Vishay offer 13-80 mcd luminous intensity
Vishay Semiconductors has introduced a new series of ultra-bright LEDs that give designers a range of six colors in the smallest SMD form factor on the market.
Typical applications for the new series include backlight keypads, navigation systems, consumer appliances, office equipment, medical instruments, displays for mobile phones, industrial control systems, automotive systems, and systems requiring miniaturized color effects.
In addition to very low power consumption and ESD-withstand voltage up to 1 kV, all six LEDs ensure even lighting with a luminous intensity ratio of 1.6 or less per packing unit.
SMD 0603-LED series ultra-bright LEDs
The new LEDs are built on AllnGaP and GaN technology, packaged in a highly reliable lead frame base, and embedded in a clear epoxy. The devices' angle of half intensity is 80°, providing an extremely wide 160° viewing angle.
Available in 8-mm tape-and-reel packaging, the LEDs announced today are compatible with automatic placement equipment and may be processed either through reflow soldering or a lead-free solder process. The devices' operating temperature range is -40°C to +100°C.
Samples and production quantities of the new SMD 0603-LED series ultra-bright LEDs are available now with lead times of five weeks for larger orders. Pricing for U.S. delivery in 100,000-piece quantities starts at $5.00 per 100 pieces for the TLMS1100, TLMO1100, TLMY1100, and TLMG110; $6.50 per 100 pieces for the TLMP1100; and $17.50 per 100 pieces for the TLMB1100.