Friday, September 28, 2012

Intematix Unveils ChromaLit Remote Phosphor Solution for LED Light Bulbs and Consumer Lighting Applications

Intematix, a leading innovator of patented phosphors and phosphor components for high-quality LED lighting, today announced three-dimensional additions to its ChromaLit™ Collection. The new forms and light output levels improve the quality of light from LED bulbs, lamps and innovative fixture designs. The latest ChromaLit technology will be on display at LIGHTFAIR International 2011, the world’s largest annual architectural and commercial lighting trade show and conference, May 17-19 in Philadelphia, PA.

“Our newest ChromaLit products offer almost 360 degree light distribution, effectively serving as the core of the next generation LED light bulb,” said Julian Carey, Intematix Director of Marketing. “In the past, bulb designs have presented challenges to LED lighting designers. Our latest remote phosphor solutions accelerate the development of products with high light quality, high efficacy and smooth and broad radiation patterns needed by the marketplace.”

Compared to conventional LED designs, where blue chips are coated with a phosphor compound, the ChromaLit Collection leverages a phosphor composite separated from the blue LED energy source. The latest ChromaLit products employ compound optical forms and offer a choice of wide radiation patterns ideal for bulb, pendant, lantern, decorative and other lighting applications. Additional benefits include:
  •     High color quality and color consistency
  •     Glare-free LED bulb and fixture design
  •     Unprecedented design freedom for solid-state lighting
  •     Streamlined supply and production of LED lighting systems
  •     Up to 30 percent higher system efficacy compared to conventional LED lighting designs
  •     Improved thermal performance
  •     Customizable shape, size and color

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