In addition to the standard 3W and 6W LEDs, Lumex’s TitanBrite Wireless Bonded LED is also available in 9W, ensuring Lumex’s wireless bonded LED is the brightest light source in the industry.
Wireless bonded LED technology, often referred to as “flip chip”, offers several key performance benefits over traditional SMT (Surface Mount Technology) LEDs including enhanced durability, enhanced heat dissipation and superior light performance. Applications for the TitanBrite Wireless Bonded LED include:
• Automotive – daylight, running light, dome light, foot well and floorboard runner lighting
• Appliance – cabinet lighting, accent lighting, backlighting
• Industrial control – doughnut lighting, warning indicators, inspection lighting
• Medical – surgical lights, examination lights, oral surgery lighting
• Signage – channel lighting, backlighting, warning and hazard lights
• Construction – warning lights, light towers, traffic lights
• Military – heavy equipment, construction and transportation lights
The enhanced shock and vibration resistance of wireless bonded LEDs compared to traditional LEDs stems from its more durable design. Due to the absence of a wire bond and a hard epoxy layer, the wireless bonded LEDs are five times stronger and more robustly designed than standard, high power LEDs.
Wireless bonded LEDs offer superior heat dissipation and are more adverse to shock and vibration than traditional high power LEDs. They can withstand higher temperatures without compromising performance and have a greater surface area for heat dissipation, making them more efficient at removing heat. Due to the placement of junction pads on the bottom of the flip chip, heat can be transported faster than with a regular high power LED, keeping this technology 25% cooler than traditional high power wire bond technologies.
Wireless bonded LEDs provide superior light performance when compared with traditional LED technology. Higher light output is achieved in a more compact space and the light performance is not disrupted by shadows or other obstacles to consistent performance. With wireless bonded technology the chip can directly emit light from the top and the