The company introduced Warm and Neutral binning for its most powerful and efficient XP-G LED.
The warm white XP-G LED produces up to 114 lumens and 109 lumens per watt at 350 mA. At 1.0 A it emits up to 285 lumens at 84 lumens per watt, which is four times higher than was available earlier with XR-E warm white LED. And for the neutral-white XP-G LED these figures reach up to 139 lumens and 132 lumens per watt at 350 mA and up to 463 lumens at 1.5 A, which is four times the light output of the XLamp XR-E cool-white LED.
With these new warm and neutral LEDs Cree defines the best characteristics and the highest requirements to the flashlights components and offers the producers of lighting solutions new opportunities to extend the range of their products and make flashlights more and more bright and efficient to meet all the customers' requirements.
For more information on Cree LEDs see at http://www.cree.com/news-and-events/cree-news/press-releases/2010/march/100317-xpg.