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Cree introduces next-generation color LEDs

10/12/2012 01:05 AM EDT
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re: Cree introduces next-generation color LEDs
SpeedEvil   1/23/2013 1:30:45 AM
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This is highly misleading, and is due to the poor sensitivity of the eye to blue. The green LED emits about 210/627W - 1/3 of a watt - with 3W in - so 10% efficient. Blue is around 50%.

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agk   10/16/2012 12:55:21 PM
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Here the Blue LED has reached around 50 percent efficiency of red and green LED.Good break through.But still blue is always cool.

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