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Introduction Copyright © 2011, Cree, Inc.pg. 1 Purpose Provide an Overview of Crees XLamp ML Family of LEDs Objective Give a brief summary of ML Family Performance, Options & Uses Highlight ML Whites Characteristics, Features & Applications Provide an analysis of ML White vs. the competition Detail ML White Standard Order Codes & Chromaticity Bins Highlight ML Color standard order codes and competitive analysis Provide TM-21 L70 Lifetime Projections for the ML White Family Content 17 slides Content 15 Minutes
XLamp ML Family Copyright © 2012, Cree, Inc.pg. 2 Versatile lighting options in the small, proven ML package Reliable package: LM-80 data available now –ML-B @ 80mA & 175mA (soon); ML-C @ 116 mA; ML-E @ 175 mA Wide variety of CRI & CCT options in a common footprint –Min 80 CRI: 2700K to 7000K; –Min 85 & 90 CRI; –2200K CCT matches dimmed halogen (ML-B) ML-E & ML-C available in series voltage configurations –Higher LED string voltage can improve LED driver performance and cost for line- voltage lighting applications 3.45 mm 3.5 mm White: Performance Options: ML-B ML-C (Parallel or Series) ML-E (Parallel or Series) Color: ML-E: Red Green Blue
ML-E Series ML-E Series ML-C Series ML-C Series One Footprint: Many Performance Options & Uses Copyright © 2012, Cree, Inc.pg. 3 Price Performance –T8 replacement tubes –Light panels ML-B ML-C ML-E Price Performance –LED lamps LinearLamps MX-6 Series –Color linear –Emergency vehicle –After market automotive Color ML-E Red ML-E Green ML-E Blue
XLamp ML White: Characteristics & Features Copyright © 2012, Cree, Inc.pg. 4 ML-B (0.25W)ML-C (0.3W)ML-E (0.5W) Typical Flux26 lm (@ 80mA) 36 lm (@ 100mA) 53 lm (@ 150mA) Thermal Resistance25 °C/W11 °C/W Viewing Angle120º Typical Vf3.3V (@ 80mA) 3.2V (@ 100mA) 3.2V (@ 150mA) ANSI-compliant chromaticity bins LM-80 available Electrically neutral thermal path Very small ΔCCT over viewing angle REACH and RoHS-compliant Standard WhiteCool WhiteWarm White CCT (K)8,300K – 5,000K5,000K – 2,600K CRI Options 75 typ; 80 min 80 typ; 80, 85 or 90 min
XLamp ML Linear Application: 1,800 lm Tube Range of performance options available to optimize system efficacy LM-80 data readily available for the ML family Copyright © 2012, Cree, Inc.pg. 5 LEDCurrent # of LEDs System Flux System Efficacy System Power XLamp ML-B80 mA1001809 lm61 LPW29.8 W XLamp ML-C80 mA1001802 lm64 LPW28.3 W XLamp ML-E70 mA1001816 lm78 LPW23.2 W Competitor90 mA1001929 lm63 LPW30.5 W –Target: 1,800 lumens, 4000K (80 CRI) –Optical: 90% efficiency –Electrical: 85% efficiency –Tsp = 65ºC
XLamp ML Lamp Application: 450 lm A19 ML-C series enables higher LED string voltage –Better LED driver efficiency with higher system voltage ML-E series enables lower LED count –LEDs can be placed lower in the neck of the LED bulb, more omni-directional LM-80 data readily available for the ML family Copyright © 2012, Cree, Inc.pg. 6 LEDCurrent # of LEDs LED Voltage System Flux System Efficacy System Power XLamp ML-C series50 mA20120 V470 lm71 LPW6.6 W XLamp ML-E series70 mA987 V475 lm70 LPW6.8 W Competitor90 mA2165 V465 lm71 LPW6.5 W –Target: 450 lumens, 5000K –Optical: 90% efficiency –Electrical: 90% efficiency –Tsp = 85ºC
XLamp ML-C Competitive Analysis Copyright © 2012, Cree, Inc.pg. 7 Cree ML-C Competitor #1Competitor #2Competitor #3 CCT5000K Typ Flux35 lm31 lm33 lm25 lm Current (mA)100 mA80 mA100 mA65 mA Vf (V)3.2 V3 V3.2 V3.0 V R ΘJS (typ °C/W)132218<40 Isolated Thermal Pad? YesNo Package size3.5mm x 3.5mm3.0mm x 1.4mm5.6mm x 3.0mm2.3mm x 2.3mm
Flux @150mA Cool White5000K4000K3500K3000K2700K Flux @ 500mA 51E3E5E6E7E8 N3 (5)56.8 146 lm N2 (4)51.7 132 lm M3 (3)45.7 117 lm M2 (2)39.8 102 lm K3 (1)35.2 91 lm XLamp ML-E White Standard Order Codes Copyright © 2012, Cree, Inc.pg. 8 Minimum luminous flux @ 150mA, 25°C (lm)
Flux @100mA Cool White5000K4000K3500K3000K2700K Flux @ 150mA 51E3E5E6E7E8 K3 (1)35.2 50 lm K2 (0)30.6 43.4 lm J3 (X)26.8 38 lm J2 (W)23.5 33.3 lm XLamp ML-B/C White Standard Order Codes Copyright © 2012, Cree, Inc.pg. 9 Minimum luminous flux @ 100mA, 25°C (lm) Flux @80mA Cool White5000K4000K3500K3000K2700K Flux @ 175mA 51E3E5E6E7E8 J0 (W)23.5 42 lm H0 (V)18.1 33.1 lm Minimum luminous flux @ 80mA, 25°C (lm) ML-C ML-B
XLamp ML White Chromaticity Bins Copyright © 2012, Cree, Inc.pg. 10
XLamp ML-B White 2200K Copyright © 2012, Cree, Inc.pg. 11 Flux @80mA2200K Flux @ 175mA G0 (U)13.9 lm25 lm Minimum luminous flux @ 80mA, 25°C (lm)
Min. Flux Bin BlueGreenRed 465-485520-535620-630 K3 (1)39.8 K2 (0)35.2 J3 (X)30.6 J2 (W)23.5 H0 (V)18.1 G0 (U)13.9 F0 (T)10.7 XLamp ML-E Color Standard Order Codes Copyright © 2012, Cree, Inc.pg. 12 Minimum luminous flux @ 150mA, 25°C (lm)
XLamp ML-E Color Competitive Analysis Copyright © 2012, Cree, Inc.pg. 13 Cree ML-ECustomer #1Customer #2 Viewing Angle120°140°120° Typ Flux @ Nominal Current Blue11-13 lmN/A7 lm Green30-33 lm24.2 lm23 lm Red17-21 lm15.9 lm16.5 lm Package Size (mm)3.5 x 3.55.6 x 3.63.2 x 2.8 Small Optical Source?Yes Isolated Thermal Pad?YesNo
XLamp ML-B White L70 Lifetime (TM-21) Copyright © 2012, Cree, Inc.pg. 14 CurrentTa/TspTest DurationαβCalculated L70Reported L70 80 mA45°C6,048 hrs-2.844E-079.879E-01 <0; see Reported L70 (6k) > 36,300 hrs 80 mA55°C6,048 hrs-3.819E-079.849E-01 <0; see Reported L70 (6k) > 36,300 hrs 80 mA85°C6,048 hrs2.897E-061.000E+00123,000 hrs L70 (6k) > 36,300 hrs Notes: These extrapolations are for informational purposes only and are not a warranty or a specification. Extrapolated lifetimes are subject to change without notice.
XLamp ML-C & ML-E White L70 Lifetime (TM-21) Copyright © 2012, Cree, Inc.pg. 15 CurrentTa/TspTest DurationαβCalculated L70Reported L70 116 mA (MLCAWT); 58 mA (MLCSWT); 175 mA (MLEAWT); 58 mA (MLESWT) 45°C6,048 hrs2.070E-069.953E-01170,000 hrs L70 (6k) > 36,300 hrs 55°C6,048 hrs4.009E-069.972E-0188,300 hrs L70 (6k) > 36,300 hrs 85°C6,048 hrs8.627E-061.012E+0042,700 hrs L70 (6k) > 36,300 hrs Notes: MLCAWT, MLCSWT & MLESWT results are calculated per LED array rules in EPAs Lumen Maintenance guidance (Sec 3.7)EPAs Lumen Maintenance guidance These extrapolations are for informational purposes only and are not a warranty or a specification. Extrapolated lifetimes are subject to change without notice.
XLamp ML-E White L70 Lifetime (TM-21) Copyright © 2012, Cree, Inc.pg. 16 CurrentTa/TspTest DurationαβCalculated L70Reported L70 333 mA (MLCAWT); 166 mA (MLCSWT); 500 mA (MLEAWT); 166 mA (MLESWT) 85°C6,048 hrs1.044E-051.005E+0034,700 hrs--- Notes: MLCAWT, MLCSWT & MLESWT results are calculated per LED array rules in EPAs Lumen Maintenance guidance (Sec 3.7)EPAs Lumen Maintenance guidance These extrapolations are for informational purposes only and are not a warranty or a specification. Extrapolated lifetimes are subject to change without notice.
XLamp ML Family – Summary Cree XLamp ML Family provides a wide range of performance and usage options in one common package These usage options include linear and bulb replacement enabled solutions along with applications that require red, green or blue light The ML Family has the characteristics you have come to expect from Cree XLamp LEDs including LM-80 Data and an electrically neutral thermal path The ML Family is available in a variety of Colors & Color Temperatures including 2200 Kelvin, cool, warm and neutral White and red, green and blue The ML White family has excellent long term performance data pg. 17Copyright © 2011, Cree, Inc.
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