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Toshiba technical data for LED lamp usually shows the permissible current values against temperature. Refer to this information when planning a new design.... (View Full Article)
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LED lamps emit different colors (wavelengths) depending on the materials they are made of. LED lamps based on public standards, for example, LED lamps for specialized traffic signals or automotive... (View Full Article)
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Since the transparent resin has a low softening temperature (glass transition temperature), carefully control the temperature when soldering. The following precautions should be observed when... (View Full Article)
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If there were ever any question that LEDs would be such a dominating lighting technology just take a look around. They are virtually everywhere. From standard indicators on stereo equipment, laptops... (View Full Article)
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LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes), semiconductor light sources, have been introduced and developed for several decades. LEDs are applied in many devices as indicators and general illumination products such... (View Full Article)
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The basic circuit of an optical sensor is shown in Figure 2-2.1(a). The anode of the LED is connected to the power line VCC via resistor RE and the cathode is grounded.... (View Full Article)
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LED lamps are sold either loose or tape products. For mounting by hand, loose products are generally used, whereas tape products are required for automatic mounting.... (View Full Article)
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The characteristics of a LED lamp change according to the chip temperature (Tj: the temperature of the junction emitting the light).... (View Full Article)
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As mentioned earlier, the luminous intensity of LED lamps characteristically declines slowly with use. Select LED lamps according to the level of reliability require in the equipment in which they... (View Full Article)
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A LED can be lit using one of two methods: the static lighting method, in which a constant current is input continually over time, and the dynamic lighting method in which current is fed in continuous... (View Full Article)
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When the LED first became commercially available, over 40 years ago, no one really paid much attention to how it was made or what it consisted of chemically. This was in part due to the fact that only... (View Full Article)
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Ultraviolet light occurs between the visible and x-ray spectrums. The Ultraviolet wavelength range is specified as 10 nm to 400 nm; however, many optoelectronic companies also consider wavelengths as... (View Full Article)
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The features of LED lamps become clear by comparison with tungsten filament incandescent lamps and discharge tubes in their light emitting mechanisms and structures.... (View Full Article)
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LEDs are compound semiconductor devices. Their optical wavelength depends on the elements and the ratio between them.... (View Full Article)