Tech news tagged ‘technology editor’

Electronics Weekly’s guide to LED heatsinking

Check out the latest in the Electronics Weekly’s ‘big guides’ to LED technology – specifically, to LED heatsinking. Steve Bush, our Technology Editor, begins: In the early days of power LEDs, many lighting firms rushed out solid-state luminaries only to find them failing in service.The problem was heatsinking…

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Colour rendering from LED lighting

Specifying white LEDs can be far more complicated than you think…

Make sure you bookmark this article by our Technology Editor Steve Bush about LED lighting, and particularly the role of colour.

He writes:

Start to look into LED lighting and quickly it becomes obvious that one type of LED…

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An an LED to compete with 75W light bulbs

Using a multi-chip package, Cree has developed an LED that will compete with 75W light bulbs, writes Technology Editor Steve Bush. It is called the XLamp MPL, and the 12x13mm device will eventually deliver up to 1,500 lm at 750mA, which is 75 lm/W. Each device has…

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OLEDs with color temp spectrum of sunlight – Update

We briefly flagged, very recently, research carried out at the National Tsing Hua University in Taiwan, into organic LEDs with a full range of colour temperatures. They were capable of copying the full spectrum of sunlight throughout the day (2500 K – 8000 K) – Taiwan researchers create OLEDs with color temp…

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