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Luminus SST-90 LED

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SKU:BY-SST90 (In stock)

Luminus SST90 LEDs
30W, 2250lm,
VF 3.2-3.6V, IF 9.0A,
3000K/4500K/5700K/6500K,
PCB diameter: 20mm(copper),16mm(aluminum)
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Luminus SST90 LEDs
Power 30W,
Lumen 2250lm,
VF 3.2-3.6V, IF 9.0A,
Optional color temperature: Natural white(4500K/5700K/6500K), Warm white(3000K)
Optional PCB diameter: 20mm(copper),16mm(aluminum)

Please note: when ordering the Natural white LEDs, please specify the color temprature(4500K/5700K/6500K)

Download Luminus-SST90-LED-Datasheet

Features:

  • Extremely high optical output: 
  • Over 2,100 White Lumens
  • Over 500 Red Lumens
  • Over 950 Green Lumens
  • Over 200 Blue Lumens
  • Extremely high efficiency: Over 100 lumens per watt at 3.15A for white
  • High thermal conductivity package - junction to case thermal resistance of only 0.64 °C/W
  • Large, monolithic chip with uniform emitting area of 9 mm2
  • Lumen maintenance of greater than 70% after 60,000 hours
  • Environmentally friendly: RoHS compliant
  • Variable drive currents: less than 1 A through 9 A 
  • High reliability
  • Electrically isolated thermal path

Applications

  • Replacement Lamps
  • Architectural Lighting
  • Retail Lighting
  • Residential Lighting
  • Consumer Portable
  • Spot Lighting
  • High Bay Lighting
  • Wide Area Lighting
  • Street Lighting
  • Medical Lighting
  • Emergency Vehicle Lighting
  • Displays and Signage
Specifications
SKU BY-SST90
Net Weight(g) 6
Luminous Flux(lm) 2,250
Power Consumption(W) 30
Brand Lumins
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