OSRAM OSTAR Projection Power LEDs now available from Mouser

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OSRAM OSTAR Projection Power LEDs now available from MouserMouser Electronics is now stocking the OSRAM OSTAR Projection Power LEDs from OSRAM Opto Semiconductors. These slim, high-luminance LEDs – based on advanced thin-film and UX:3 chip technologies – generate high luminous flux and radiant intensity previously unseen from a such a small surface area. The LEDs are specifically designed for projection applications, embedded projectors, machine vision, and 3D scanning and imaging.

OSRAM OSTAR Projection Power LEDs are available in two-, four-, or six-chip configurations on an insulated metal substrate (IMS) carrier board. The package provides a large surface area of thermal contact to help dissipate heat, which can improve the efficiency and lifetime of the LED. The connection between the chip and the heat sink results in a low thermal resistance of less than 0.5K/W, which causes heat to better dissipate and allows the system to operate up to its maximum output limit.

OSRAM OSTAR Projection Power LEDs are available from Mouser Electronics in three colours with high flux values: amber (1120–2800 lm), converted green (3150–8000 lm), and blue (8200–21000 mW). The compact external package dimensions of 27.0mm × 15.5mm offer a wide 120-degree beam angle at 50 per cent luminous intensity.

OSRAM OSTAR Projection Power LEDs provide a flat surface emission which enables excellent secondary optic interface. In addition, each LED module offers high current capability; direct current of 100mA to 5000mA (per chip), with pulsed currents per chip up to 6000mA (amber) and 8000mA (green and blue). The LEDs feature wide industrial temperature ranges of –40 to 100 (amber) and –40 to 125 (green and blue) degrees Celsius and can withstand up to 2kV of electrostatic discharge (ESD).

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