Site update: Researchers design power LED retaining efficiency at high current

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An LED-related article has just been posted on Electronics Weekly:

Rensselaer designs power LED retaining efficiency at high current
The US Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has designed a power LED that retains efficiency at high current. “The device achieves a notable reduction in efficiency droop, a well-known phenomenon that provokes LEDs to be most efficient when receiving low-density currents, but then to lose efficiency as higher currents are fed into the device,” said the university. Read the full story >>

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