Vishay Intertechnology uses AllnGaP on Si technology in latest LEDs
Space-saving, super red, red, amber, and yellow ultra-bright LEDs are available from Vishay Intertechnology in compact packages with dome lenses.
They feature the latest AllnGaP on Si technology, and deliver high luminous intensity, to 14000 mcd and with an emission angle of ±22 degrees.
The Optoelectronics group of Vishay Intertechnology, introduces the VLD.1535 series of super red, red, amber, and yellow ultra-bright LEDs, in compact, untinted surface-mount packages with dome lenses. Using the latest ultra-bright AllnGaP on Si chip technology, the space-saving VLD.1535 series delivers extremely high brightness, says Vishay Intertechnology, with luminous intensity to 14000 mcd and an emission angle of ± 22 degree without the need for an external lens.
With high brightness and small footprint of just 2.3 x 2.3 x 2.6mm, the LEDs are designed for reliable performance in a range of applications, including traffic signals and signs, interior and exterior lighting, and indicators and backlighting for audio and video equipment, LCD switches, and illuminated advertising.
The LVD.1535 LEDs are available in gullwing and reverse gullwing versions. They offer high luminous flux and incorporate larger chip sizes to withstand drive currents up to 70mA. The LEDs withstand electrostatic discharge (ESD) voltages up to 2kV in accordance with JESD22-A114-B and are luminous- and colour-categorised per packing unit.
RoHS-compliant, halogen-free, and ‘Vishay Green’, VLD.1535.. series LEDs are compatible with reflow soldering processes per J-STD-020 and preconditioned according to JEDEC Level 2a.
Samples and production quantities of the VLD.1535.. series are available now, with lead times of eight weeks.
Vishay Intertechnology is a Fortune 1000 company, manufacturing discrete semiconductors (diodes, MOSFETs, and infra-red (IR) optoelectronics) and passive electronic components (resistors, inductors, and capacitors), used in electronic devices and equipment, in the industrial, computing, automotive, consumer, telecommunications, military, aerospace, power supplies, and medical markets.