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Z-Power LED X10490 Technical Data Sheet SSC-QP-7-07-24 (Rev.00) Rev. 05 March 2010 March 2010 www.acriche.com Specification C8WT728 SSC CUSTOMER Drawn Approval Approval
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Z-Power LED X10490 Technical Data Sheet SSC-QP-7-07-24 (Rev.00) Rev. 05 March 2010 March 2010 www.acriche.com CONTENTS 1. Description 2. Absolute Maximum Ratings 3. Electro-Optical Characteristics 4. Optical characteristics 5. Reliability Test 6. Color & Binning 7. Bin Code Description 8. Outline Dimension 9. Reel Structure 10. Packing 11. Soldering 12. Precaution for use 13. Handling of Silicone Resin LEDs
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Z-Power LED X10490 Technical Data Sheet SSC-QP-7-07-24 (Rev.00) Rev. 05 March 2010 March 2010 www.acriche.com C8WT728 Features Applications 1. Description C8WT728 White & Warm colored SMT package. High CRI PKG Pb-free Reflow Soldering Application Suitable for all SMT assembly methods ; Suitable for all soldering methods RoHS Compliant Interior lighting General lighting Indoor and out door displays Architectural / Decorative lighting TOP VIEW LED is designed for high current operation and high flux output applications. Furthermore, its thermal management characteristic is better than other LED solutions by package SMD design and good thermal emission material. According to these advantages, it enables to apply various lighting applications and design solution, automotive lighting etc.
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Z-Power LED X10490 Technical Data Sheet SSC-QP-7-07-24 (Rev.00) Rev. 05 March 2010 March 2010 www.acriche.com 3. Electro-Optical characteristics Parameter Symbol Value Unit Power Dissipation P d 324 mW Forward Current I F 90 mA Peak Forward Current (per die) I FM [2] 100 mA Reverse Voltage (per die) V R 5 V Operating Temperature T opr -40~+85 Storage Temperature T stg -40~+100 Junction Temperature T j 125 [1] Care is to be taken that power dissipation does not exceed the absolute maximum rating of the product. [2] I FM was measured at Tw 1 msec of pulse width and D 1/10 of duty ratio. 2. Absolute maximum ratings [1] Parameter Symbol Condition Min. Typ. Max. Unit Forward Voltage (per die) * V F I F =20mA 2.9 3.2 3.5 V Reverse Current (per die) I R V F =5V - - 10 μ A Luminous Intensity* [1] (4,700~7,000 K) I v I F =60mA 4.0 5.2 - cd Luminous Intensity* [1] (2,600~4,700 K) I v I F =60mA 4.0 5.0 - cd Luminance Flux* Φ V I F =60mA - 16.5 - lm Color Temperature CCT I F =60mA 2,600 - 7,000 K Optical Temperature Ŋ elc I F =60mA - 83 - lm/W Viewing Angle [2] 2 Θ 1/2 I F =60mA - 120 - deg. Color Rendering Index* Ra I F =60mA 75 83 - - ESD (HBM) 1.5k ;100pF 1 - - KV Thermal resistance [3] R th JS I F =20mA 18 ºC/W [1] The luminous intensity IV was measured at the peak of the spatial pattern which may not be aligned with the mechanical axis of the LED package. [2] 2 Θ 1/2 is the off-axis where the luminous intensity is 1/2 of the peak intensity. [3] Thermal resistance: R th JS (Junction / solder) * Tolerance : V F : ± 0.05V, I V : ± 10%, Φ V: ± 10%, Ra : ± 3, x,y : ± 0.01 [Note] All measurements were made under the standardized environment of SSC.
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Z-Power LED X10490 Technical Data Sheet SSC-QP-7-07-24 (Rev.00) Rev. 05 March 2010 March 2010 www.acriche.com 4. Optical characteristics Ambient Temperature vs. Maximum Forward Current (per die) -90 -60 -30 90 60 30 0 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80
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