Citations with the tag: LUMILEDS Lighting US LLC

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  • the week online.
     // Electronics Weekly; 2/16/2011, Issue 2456, p6 

    The article offers the online content of the journal featured on the website of the journal for the week ending February 16, 2011 including a blog on U.S. Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner regarding President Barack Obama's administration, another blog on the launch of...

  • 5-W White LED Outshines Other Lamps.
    Morrison, David G. // Electronic Design; 6/10/2002, Vol. 50 Issue 12, p34 

    Introduces the 5-W white light emitting diode from LumiLeds Lighting. Focus on the single-emitter configuration premounted on an aluminum-core pc board; Usability of the tool; Development of an improved phosphor.

  • Automotive LED meets reliability standards for car signalling.
    Morrison, David G. // Electronics Weekly; 2/16/2011, Issue 2456, p21 

    The article offers information on light emitting diode (LED) specifically for car indicators from Lumileds Lighting US LLC.

  • The future looks bright for solid-state lighting.
    Martin, Paul S. // Laser Focus World; Sep2001, Vol. 37 Issue 9, p81 

    Discusses improvements in the design and properties of light-emitting diodes (LED). Hurdles in the development of LED; Applications for LED; Introduction of high-power LED from Lumiled Lighting.

  • Lumileds lights up for bicycles.
    Martin, Paul S. // Electronics Weekly; 1/9/2002, Issue 2034, p12 

    Presents information on LuxeonStar/O, an assembly aimed at torches and bicycle lights, from Lumileds. Available versions of the device; Maximum input power.

  • Led output doesn't dwindle.
    Wallace, John // Laser Focus World; Sep2002, Vol. 38 Issue 9, p17 

    Reports on developments related to design and production of light emitting diodes (LED) as of September 2002. San Jose, California-based Lumileds engineers' development of LED products that retain luminescence longer; Lumileds' production of LED encapsulated in non-yellowing silicone gel;...

  • Solid-state beams show the way.
    Russell, Eric // Automotive Engineer; Oct2000, Vol. 25 Issue 9, p19 

    Features the LED-based automobile headlights from LumiLeds Lighting. Product design; Usability; Physical description.

  • Most powerful semiconductor light-emitters ever are 5W white LEDs from Philips-Agilent venture.
    Bush, Steve // Electronics Weekly; 6/19/2002, Issue 2057, p13 

    Reports on the plan of Lumileds to sell Luxeon 5 Watt Star, a line of semiconductor light-emitters. Light output of the emitter; Forward voltage of the device; Efficiency of the light emitting diodes.

  • laser industry report.
    Jones-Bey, Hassaun A. // Laser Focus World; Jan2003, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p57 

    Presents news briefs related to the U.S. laser industry as of January 2003. Lumileds Lighting LLC's cross licensing agreement with Nichia; TRW's contract with the U.S. Air Force; Kansas State University's commissioning of a CCS MOCVD system from Thomas Swan Scientific Equipment.

  • Untitled.
    Bush, Steve // Electronics Weekly; 10/6/2010, Issue 2442, p9 

    The article evaluates colour power light-emitting diodes (LEDs) from Lumileds Lighting US LLC.

  • LEDs can meet lighting test says Lumileds.
    Bush, Steve // Electronics Weekly; 6/26/2002, Issue 2058, p10 

    Reports on a claim by Lumileds Lighting of a 90 percent lumen maintenance for its Luzeon highly-power light emitting diode for lighting applications. Basis for the measurements; Evaluation of the performance of the light emitting diode.

  • LED.
    Bush, Steve // EC&M Electrical Construction & Maintenance; Jul2006, Vol. 105 Issue 7, p49 

    The article evaluates Lumileds Lighting's Luxeon K2 LED specialty lamp and offers information on the product's design and features.

  • Thin-film flip-chip technology.
    Bush, Steve // Laser Focus World; Nov2007, Vol. 43 Issue 11, p124 

    The article evaluates the Luxeon light emitting diodes from Lumileds.

    Bush, Steve // Electro Manufacturing; May2005, p1 

    This article reports that Lumileds Lighting and Future Electronics Inc. have announced the formation of Lumileds Future Electronics, a joint effort focused on delivering world-class products, engineering, support and services that make it easier to develop and manufacture Luxeon-based solutions....

  • Lumileds sets up lighting network.
    Bush, Steve // Electronics Weekly; 4/7/2004, Issue 2141, p12 

    Californian white LED maker Lumileds has started an industry body to promote its products for lighting.

  • Untitled.
    Bush, Steve // Electronics Weekly; 9/2/2009, Issue 2396, p1 

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  • Untitled.
    Bush, Steve // Electronics Weekly; 2/22/2012, Issue 2497, p21 

    The article offers information on several electronic equipment including 4.5V-40V single output white LED driver IC A8513 from Allegro MicroSystems; HV9989, a three channel, boost LED driver with PWM dimming control algorithm from Supertex Inc., and Luxeon M lights from Lumileds Lighting US LLC.

  • Dutch town illuminated by LED street lights.
    Bush, Steve // Electronics Weekly; 7/27/2005, Issue 2204, p7 

    This article reports that the town of Ede in the Netherlands has installed the world's first LED street lights. Made by Philips at its plant near Lyon in France, the lamps use devices from Philips-Agilent joint venture Lumileds Lighting. The back of this looks like a radiator. Philips is...

  • Lumileds to return to TFFC Luxeon Rebel and K2 sales.
    Bush, Steve // Electronics Weekly; 2/13/2008, Issue 2322, p16 

    The article reports that power light emitting diode (LED) maker Lumileds will return to making thin-film flip-chip (TFFC) Luxeon Rebel and K2 devices before April 2008. Lumileds spokesman Steve Landau said that they anticipate starting production again in March 2008. He also said that the firm...

  • Superpowered LEDs.
    Bush, Steve // PCWorld; May2005, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p30 

    This article features the next generation light emitting diodes called Luxeons launched by Lumileds as of May 2005. Conventional light-emitting diodes, used primarily as on/off indicators, are dull. Luxeons are next generation light-emitting diodes from Lumileds that take the light-emitting part...

  • Germans illuminate lights market with first LED to hit 1,000 lumen.
    Bush, Steve // Electronics Weekly; 3/7/2007, Issue 2278, p8 

    The article reports that the German company Osram Opto Semiconductors Inc. has disclosed about launching first LED having illuminating capacity of more than 1000 lumen. It is reported that the device will be similar to the company Lumileds' Star devices and would be having six 1mm2 white LED die.

  • Agilent links with Lumileds to fill gap in LED market.
    Bush, Steve // Electronics Weekly; 7/28/2004, Issue 2157, p5 

    Agilent Technologies Inc. and Lumileds Lighting will team-up to fill a gap in the light emitting diode (LED) market. The LEDs will produce between 200mW and 1W, above the output of 4-pin power LEDs used in automotive rear lights and indicators, but below Lumileds' Luxeon lighting products. "The...

  • technology bulletin.
    Bush, Steve // Electronics Weekly; 8/14/2002, Issue 2064, p13 

    Presents an update on technology from around the world as of August 14, 2002. Plan of Lumileds Lighting to expand its Luxeon range of high-power light emitting diodes; Capabilities of the prototype manned walking robot from John Deere subsidiary Plustech of Finland; Erection of a wind turbine...

  • Tiny torch LED packs 26 lumens.
    Bush, Steve // Electronics Weekly; 2/22/2006, Issue 2229, p5 

    This article presents information on Lumileds Lighting, which has announced a white power LED aimed at torches. The emitter generates 26 lumens at 350mA from a 2.0x1.6x0.7mm package "providing market-leading light output for its size along with a 2,000 hour life", claimed the company. The device...

  • Firms agree power-LED deal.
    Bush, Steve // Electronics Weekly; 4/12/2006, Issue 2236, p5 

    The article reports that Philips Electronics NV-owned Lumileds Lighting and Toyoda Gosei Co. Ltd. have agreed to share power-LED intellectual property. Lumileds holds valuable patents for high-brightness red LEDs and high-power blue LEDs. Toyoda Gosei likewise holds a number of valuable patents...

  • Lumileds pulls back on its rivals in white LED efficiency race.
    Bush, Steve // Electronics Weekly; 4/4/2007, Issue 2282, p8 

    The article reports that Lumileds is back in the white light emitting diodes (LED) efficiency race though Cree Inc. and Seoul Semiconductor Co. Ltd. seemed to pull out a solid lead. It is reported that the product, dubbed Rebel, is available in all standard LED colors and can be specified at 70...

  • Fraen lenses help Lumileds focus adjustable white lighting in homes.
    Bush, Steve // Electronics Weekly; 11/13/2002, Issue 2076, p17 

    Reports on the lenses developed by Fraen for the Luxeon brand high-power light-emitting diode of Lumileds. Features of the lenses; Capabilities of the device.

  • Lighting firm develops 190 lumen LEDs for use in vehicle stop lights and indicators.
    Bush, Steve // Electronics Weekly; 4/6/2005, Issue 2188, p5 

    The article reports that single light emitting diodes (LED) stop lights and indicators in cars have become possible with the release of a range of AlInGaP Luxeon III emitters from Californian firm Lumileds Lighting. All Luxeon III devices are nominally 3W LEDs. In addition to car lights,...

  • Lumileds to push Rebel LEDs above 100 lm at 350mA with TFFC.
    Bush, Steve // Electronics Weekly; 7/25/2007, Issue 2298, p7 

    The article reports that Lumileds has moved to thin film flip chip (TFFC) construction to push its Rebel power light emitting diode (LEDs) above 100 lm at 350mA. Previously TFFC die have appeared in certain products aimed at flash in phones, but not in the firm's mainstream product range....

  • Displays get bigger, brighter yet toe the cost line.
    Nass, Richard // Portable Design; May2005, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p25 

    This article focuses on the efforts of several light emitting diodes (LED) manufacturers to improve the state of LED. Lumileds Lighting hopes to improve several applications in the automotive industry. The company is involved in stop and turn-signal applications, moving shortly to front...

  • Camera-phone flash LEDs illuminate subjects at 1 to 2 m.
    Nass, Richard // Portable Design; Nov2004, Vol. 10 Issue 11, p46 

    This article introduces two Luxeon Flash LED, designed by Lumileds Lighting for the mobile communications industry in the U.S. These product provide the light output required by the high-resolution CMOS camera modules used in camera phones. The device can also function as a flashlight, allowing...

    Nass, Richard // Electronics Weekly; 1/31/2007, Issue 2273, p4 

    The article presents several news briefs related to the electronic industry. Market watcher Strategy Analytics reports that mobile phone shipments grew by 25% year-on-year to reach an all-time record total of one billion handsets in 2006. Wurth Elektronik has acquired U.S. transformer...

    Nass, Richard // Lighting Dimensions; Sep2004, Vol. 28 Issue 9, p18 

    The article presents brief information on events and happenings in the lighting industry. It is informed that Nancy Oram has joined Production Resource Group LLC (PRG) as vice president of procurement, responsible for consolidating and leveraging all PRG purchases worldwide for both production...

  • news In Brief.
    Nass, Richard // Chemical Market Reporter; 4/26/2004, Vol. 265 Issue 17, p4 

    Reports global developments related to chemical industry as of April 26, 2004. Amount of the initial investment of Cook Group Inc. to develop a biotechnology drug manufacturing facility; Contract of Air Products Inc. to supply its Ultra High Purity White Ammonia product to Lumileds Lighting;...

  • FYI.
    Nass, Richard // Wireless Week; 9/1/2004, Vol. 10 Issue 18, p20 

    Presents news briefs on the wireless communication industry as of September 2004. Details of a deal between NTT DoCoMo and Motorola on developing a freedom of mobile multimedia access handset; Information on light-emitting diodes introduced by Lumileds Lighting for mobile camera phones; Details...

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