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Agilent develops brighter InGaN LEDs

Posted: 26 Nov 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:agilent technologies? ingan? led?

LED maker Agilent Technologies from Hong Kong SAR announced that it has developed its indium gallium nitride (InGaN) LEDs with brightness equivalent to the leading available LEDs.

Agilent's extra-bright InGaN LEDs were added with new devices in 4mm (suitable for 12mm to 18mm full-color pixel assemblies) and 5mm (suitable for 15mm to 34mm full-color pixel assemblies) domed through-hole packages with oval radiation patterns. Its high brightness and weatherproof combination makes it suitable for outdoor video displays and electronic signs.

In addition, the lamps have high reliability in temperatures ranging from -40C to 85C and are protected from UV radiation and humidity, due to the company's most advanced through-hole packaging technology ensuring maximum light extraction from the die.

Soo-Ghee Lee, vice president and general manager of the Optoelectronic Products Division in Agilent's Semiconductor Products Group, said, "These products add to our growing family of industry-leading extra-bright InGaN LED lamps. As a market leader, we offer our customers the highest-quality LEDs, with innovative packaging in volume and at competitive prices."

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