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Cree XLamp XQ-E LED

Cree XLamp XQ-E LED family enables lighting manufacturers to significantly reduce the size and total cost of their LED luminaires without sacrificing light output, efficacy or reliability. The XLamp XQ-E LED family packs the lighting-class performance of the XP-E2 into a package that is 78 percent smaller. Built on Cree's revolutionary SC3 Technology Platform and characterized at 85°C, the XQ-E White LED is available in 2700-K to 6200-K color temperatures and offers minimum CRI options of 70 and 80. The XQ-E White LED delivers up to 287 lumens at 3 W, 85°C. XQ-E Color LEDs are available in red, green and blue. The new XQ-E LEDs open up new design possibilities for a wide spectrum of lighting applications such as portable, indoor directional, architectural or vehicle lighting. The XQ-E's combination of consistent design across all configurations and its small size permit improved color mixing and optical control, compared to the larger XP-E2 LED.

  • Cree's smallest lighting class LED: 1.6 X 1.6 X 1.44 mm
  • Available in 70- and 80-minimum CRI white, blue, green and red
  • 1 A maximum drive current
  • 3 W maximum power
  • Typical forward voltage @ 0.35 A (V)
  • Wide viewing angle: white 110°, blue & green 125°, red 130°
  • Reflow solderable - JEDEC J-STD-020C compatible
  • Unlimited floor life at = 30°C / 85% RH
  • UL-recognized component (E349212)

  • Non-Directional
  • Directional
  • Downlights
  • Exterior Area
  • Consumer Portable
  • High-End Portable
  • Architectural
  • Entertainment
  • Vehicle

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