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Datasheet Cree XHP70A-00-0000-0D0UJ230H

Cree XHP70A-00-0000-0D0UJ230H

Manufacturer:Cree
Series:XHP70
Part Number:XHP70A-00-0000-0D0UJ230H

High Power White XLamp LEDs

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    CLD-DS114 Rev 0e Product family data sheet cree Xlamp XhP70 leds Product descriPtion
    Powered by Cree's groundbreaking SC5 TechnologyTM Platform, the XLamp XHP70 LeD is a member of Cree's extreme High Power (XHP) class of LEDs that redefines lumen density and reliability to radically reduce system costs by up to 40 percent. At its maximum current, the XHP70 LeD delivers twice the light output of the XLamp MK-R LeD, with similar lumens per watt and without increasing The the package LeD than also footprint. achieves LeD XHP70 features Available in white Binned at 85 C Configurable to 6 V or 12 V by PCB layout Maximum drive current: 4800 mA (6 V), 2400 mA (12 V) Low thermal resistance: 0.9 C/W Wide viewing angle: 120 Unlimited floor life at 30 C/85% RH Reflow solderable - JEDEC J-STD-020C UL recognized component
    table of contents
    Characteristics .2 Flux Characteristics, easyWhite Order Codes and Bins .3 Flux Characteristics, ANSI White Order Codes and Bins .6 Relative Spectral Power Distribution .9 Relative Flux vs. Junction Temperature .9 electrical Characteristics .10 Relative Flux vs. Current .11 Relative Chromaticity vs Current.12 Relative Chromaticity vs Temperature .13 Typical Spatial Distribution .13 Thermal Design .14 Performance Groups Luminous Flux .15 Performance Groups Chromaticity 15 Cree's Standard White Chromaticity Regions Plotted on the CIE 1931 Curve .18 Cree's Standard Cool White Kits Plotted on ANSI Standard Chromaticity Regions .21 Cree's Standard Warm and Neutral White Kits Plotted on ANSI Standard Chromaticity Regions .22 Bin and Order-Code Format .23 longer lifetime at higher operating temperatures previous technology. The result is significantly lower thermal, mechanical and optical costs at the system level. (E349212) WWW.CRee.COM/XLAMP Reflow Soldering Characteristics .24 Notes .25 Mechanical Dimensions.26 Electrical Configuration .27 Tape and Reel .27 Packaging .28
    Copyright 2014-2015 Cree, Inc. All rights reserved. The information in this document is subject to change without notice. Copyright 2010 Cree, Inc. All rights reserved. The information in this document is subject to change without notice. Cree, the Cree logo, XLamp and easyWhite are registered trademarks and SC5 TechnologyTM is a trademark of Cree, Inc. Cree, the Cree logo and XLamp are registered trademarks of Cree, Inc. UL and the UR logo are registered trademarks of UL LLC. Cree, Inc. 4600 Silicon Drive Durham, NC 27703 USA Tel: +1.919.313.5300 www.cree.com/xlamp xlamp xHp70 leds characteristics
    XHP70 LEDs are tested and binned in the 12-V con ...

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  • LED Components & Modules / XLamp LEDs

Other Names: XHP70A0000000D0UJ230H, XHP70A 00 0000 0D0UJ230H

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CLD-DS114 Rev 0e Product family data sheet cree Xlamp XhP70 leds Product descriPtion
Powered by Cree's groundbreaking SC5 TechnologyTM Platform, the XLamp XHP70 LeD is a member of Cree's extreme High Power (XHP) class of LEDs that redefines lumen density and reliability to radically reduce system costs by up to 40 percent. At its maximum current, the XHP70 LeD delivers twice the light output of the XLamp MK-R LeD, with similar lumens per watt and without increasing The the package LeD than also footprint. achieves LeD XHP70 features Available in white Binned at 85 C Configurable to 6 V or 12 V by PCB layout Maximum drive current: 4800 mA (6 V), 2400 mA (12 V) Low thermal resistance: 0.9 C/W Wide viewing angle: 120 Unlimited floor life at 30 C/85% RH Reflow solderable - JEDEC J-STD-020C UL recognized component
table of contents
Characteristics .2 Flux Characteristics, easyWhite Order Codes and Bins .3 Flux Characteristics, ANSI White Order Codes and Bins .6 Relative Spectral Power Distribution .9 Relative Flux vs. Junction Temperature .9 electrical Characteristics .10 Relative Flux vs. Current .11 Relative Chromaticity vs Current.12 Relative Chromaticity vs Temperature .13 Typical Spatial Distribution .13 Thermal Design .14 Performance Groups Luminous Flux .15 Performance Groups Chromaticity 15 Cree's Standard White Chromaticity R...

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