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A2E_EETimes_2_375x10.87_A2.qxd 8/6/14 4:56 PM RGB LED fits in compact four-lead PLC package U L T R A M I N I A T U R E SunLED has introduced a RGB LED for high brightness, multi-color design requirements. Surface Mount Audio Transformers and Inductors Low Profile from .18"ht. See full Catalog immediately w ww. picoelect ronics. co m • Manufactured and tested to MIL-PRF-27 • Frequency range 20 Hz to 250 KHz • Power and EMI Inductors • Available from 100 milliwatts to 3 watts • Impedance from 20 ohms to 100 K ohms • Operating temperature -550C to +130oC (Class V, 155˚C available) • Low Profile from .18"ht. • Thru-Hole available Delivery-Stock to one week for sample quantities PICOElectronics, Inc. 143 Sparks Ave., Pelham, N.Y. 10803 www.picoelectronics.com E Mail: info@picoelectronics.com Pico Representatives Germany ELBV/Elektronische Bauelemente Vertrieb E-mail: info@elbv.de Phone: 0049 89 4602852 Fax: 0049 89 46205442 England Ginsbury Electronics Ltd. E-mail: rbennett@ginsbury.co.uk Phone: 0044 1634 298900 Fax: 0044 1634 290904 The 4-leaded PLCC package provides a high intensity output in a reflective casing for an optimal mixture of colors in a compact footprint. The cost effective RGB enables users to seamlessly create any color of the visible spectrum with the adjustment of forward current. Whether the design is to operate a single die at a time for emitting primary colors (Red, Green, Blue), two dies together for a secondary color (Yellow, Magenta, Cyan), or three dies at once to uniquely blend colors in an unlimited range, the LED can accomplish all of those tasks. The size of the RGB LED makes it ideal across various applications from hand held devices to professional-use industrial equipment. SunLED www.SunLEDusa.com CD image sensor ups sensitivity, cuts noise Offering uprated performance for intelligent traffic, surveillance, medical imaging and industrial inspection, ON Semiconductor’s KAI-08051 image sensor includes technology acquired with Truesense Imaging. Using the charge-coupled device (CCD) image sensor portfolio recently acquired from Truesense Imaging, with new technology that improves imaging performance for industrial applications, the KAI-08051 Image Sensor provides improved light sensitivity, reduced read noise, and improved colour accuracy compared to the previous generation device, expanding opportunities for 8 megapixel image capture in intelligent traffic, surveillance, medical imaging, and industrial inspection. The KAI-08051 Image Sensor shares the same 5.5 micron pixel architecture, 8 megapixel resolution, 15 frame per second readout rate, and 4/3 optical format as the existing KAI-08050 Image Sensor, but improves key performance parameters through the use of an improved amplifier design, newly optimised microlens structure, and new colour filter pigments in both Bayer and Sparse colour configurations. The KAI-08051 is backward compatible with the KAI-08050, requiring, at most, minor modifications to the firmware used in existing camera designs. ON Semiconductor www.onsemi.com ‘CrispWhite’ COB LED arrays ideal for retail applications Philips Lumileds has launched a family of COB LED arrays that the company has termed ‘CrispWhite Technology’ which have been developed to make whites appear vivid and bright while colors appear saturated. LUXEON CoB arrays with CrispWhite Technology are ideal for retail downlighting and spotlighting applications because they provide more inviting and attractive displays. Proper lighting is central to the perception and evaluation of goods and is a critical component of branding, highlighting and presenting merchandise and creating a space where shoppers want to visit. LUXEON CoB with CrispWhite Technology delivers the warm saturated colors of high 90CRI solutions while creating the natural crisp whiteness required of merchandise in retail shops. As part of the LUXEON CoB family, the solution benefits from an industry-leading small Light-Emitting Surface (LES) as well as its world-class low thermal resistance. Philips Lumileds claims that all colors, including the white, show the best saturation, just like daylight. The CrispWhite LEDs maintain high CRI and bring out the white color in merchandise by utilizing a second peak in the blue spectrum. LED arrays are available in multiple lumen packages, from 800 lumens for MR16 and PAR lamps, all the way up to 7000 lumens to replace 70 W and 100 W CDM solutions. Creating a second blue peak (~410-415 nm) in the spectrum activates fluorescent whitening agents paints/fabrics. Philips Lumileds www.philipslumileds.com/CrispWhite www.electronics-eetimes.com Electronic Engineering Times Europe September 2014 45


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