The LED board-level indicators are available in hundreds of models, most based on AlInGaP
(Aluminum Indium Gallium Phosphate) chip technology.
The ASMT-FJ10 die uses AlInGaP
material technology for luminous efficiency over a wide range of drive currents, up to a maximum of 50 mA.
The HSMF-C113 combines InGaN blue (470 nm dominant wavelength, 60 mcd typical brightness); AlInGaP
green (572 nm, 50 mcd); and AlInGaP
red (626 nm, 80 mcd) die.
The OVFS Series LEDs are available in blue (470 nm InGaN), with a typical luminous flux of 850 mlm (millilumens) measured at forward current of 30 mA and a viewing angle of 60[degrees]; green (525 nm InGaN) with a typical flux of 2500 mlm at 30 mA, 60[degrees]; amber (591 nm AlInGaP
) 5,000 mlm at 70 mA, 90[degrees]; red/orange (618 nm AlInGaP
) 4,500 mlm at 70 mA, 40[degrees]; red (624n m AlInGaP
) 4,500 mlm at 70 mA, 90[degrees].
Built on the AlinGaP
and InGaN technologies, devices in the TLCx52xx Series are clear, non-diffused, 5 mm LEDs featuring an untinted plastic case, a lens and a viewing angle optimized to provide exceptional light output and visibility.
Based on AlinGaP
technology, both the super-red TDCR1050/1060 and super-yellow TDCY1050/1060 are available in common anode and common cathode versions.
Incorporating the latest in InGaN and AlInGaP
technologies, CML LEDs are energy efficient and have a typical life of over 100K hours.