Westampton, N.J. - Lamina Ceramics Inc.'s family of LED light engines, based on either a seven-element or a 134-element LED array, is touted as an alternative to conventional incandescent bulbs for road signs, automobiles and industrial lighting.
The light engines use superbright LEDs and the company's proprietary low-temperature co-fired ceramic-on-metal (LTCC-M) technology, integrated with optional driver circuitry and optics. With LTCC-M, the units operate at 250 degrees C, compared with 70 degrees C for many conventional plastic packages.
The seven-cavity LED light engines have luminous intensities up to 840 lumens and consume 21 watts, while the 134-cavity versions have luminous intensities up to 5,360 lumens, with 134-W consumption. Both can emit red, green, amber, blue and white light at a variety of viewing angles.
In lots of 1,000, the 134-element units are priced from $40 to $100 (depending on die) and the seven-element light engines at $10 to $30. Prototypes can be delivered in four weeks.
Call (800) 808 LTCC (5822)