It includes red, green, blue and amber leds, and is offered alongside a ‘cold white’ that can deliver 20,000 lm, and an RGBW version (see photo).
All S32 modules have 0.05K/W thermal resistance and luminance, thanks to close die packing, of up to 140cd/mm² in cold white.
As well as the leds, Osram will be showing custom third-party optics, a driver and a solderless contact system for them at Prolight + Sound 2017.
Also at the exhibition will be entertainment versions of Osram’s laser-phosphor high-luminance light sources – dubbed ‘phaser’. There are now colour tuneable versions.
“This technology has the potential to replace all those light sources that are based on discharge lamps,” claimed Osram.