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Surface Mount LEDs (SMD) offer a compact form and function with no wires allowing a seamless integration with the PCB. Surface Mount LEDs are broadly categorised into 3 types relating to the power: Low Power, Mid Power and High Power along with Chip-On-Board (COB) types. The component industry has standardised packages and footprints for compatibility between manufacturers and ease of PCB layout, thermal considerations and optical performance. 

Chip LEDs

Our extensive range of high quality surface mount Chip LEDs feature miniature size, high efficiency and low power. A wide choice of luminous intensity outputs and colours/CCT is available. Industry standard footprints range from 0402 to 1206 outline with top, reverse, and right-angle-mount. High volume production lines produce highly cost effective devices suitable for applications including equipment status indicators and backlighting.

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Chip LED Selector PDF

Low Power PLCC LEDs

For indication, backlighting and general lighting applications, low power surface mount PLCC LEDs can also be configured in high density arrays to create a low glare uniform light source. With high efficiencies and colour consistency,  package outlines include 3014, 3020, 4014, 3528 , 2835, 5050 and side emit in mono-colour White and RGB/W. LED selection includes colour hue binning, intensity and Vf groups. 

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Mid Power LEDs

We offer an extensive range of mid power LEDs in a choice of packages  from  leading manufacturers. The range includes mono-colour, white, RGB and RGBW emitters with high efficacy, colour consistency and reliability. Devices are offered with LM80 approval and ANSI binning. Lighting applications include light engines for luminaires and linear LED fittings.

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High Power LEDs

For the latest lighting designs our range of high power LEDs are capable of handling drive currents up to 1.5A with appropriate thermal management. These energy efficient devices are available in a spectrum of mono-colours, white and 3-chip RGB configuration for full colour emission. A choice of packages and lens options to meet directivity requirements is available.

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Multi-colour RGB, RGBW & RGB+CT

Our range of multi-colour LEDs incorporate multichip emitters in a single Chip LED or PLCC package facilitating colour mixing. 3-chip RGB, 4-chip RGBW and 5-chip RGBWW. Features include low power consumption and wide angle of emission. Compatible with IR reflow processes.

RGB & RGBW Products

Pixel Addressable RGB, RGBW

Our range of SPI addressable RGB LEDs incorporate multichip emitters with integrated IC in a single package facilitating drive & colour mixing. Designed for decorative and dynamic lighting, features include low power consumption and wide angle of emission. Compatible with IR reflow processes.

Addressable RGB & RGBW Products

Chip On Board (COB) LEDs

Our range of lighting class, multi-chip COB LED emitters range from 4W to 100W and provide flexible LED drive conditions over a wide range of luminous flux output. Features include: High flux output, high efficiency, high CRI and low thermal resistance. A choice of colour temperatures is available along with multicolour COB LEDs.

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LEDs for Horticulture

LED lighting to promote growth and increased yield in horticulture has now become a reality. By optimising the wavelength and spectrum of LED emitters, plant growers can adopt this technology to manipulate plant growth, rooting time, crop life, increased yield and quality of produce. We offer a range of LED emitters optimised to specific wavelengths designed for horticultural grow lighting.

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Touch Sensor LEDs

Touch sensor LEDs offer non contact capacitive touch sensing integrated into a single 5050 surface mount package reducing component count and assembly costs. The LED offers full colour addressable RGB emission for a wide range of applications.

Touch sensing LED introduction PDF