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Application support

Competencies

The LED System Design a combination of different fields

ELECTRICAL DESIGN THERMAL MANAGEMENT

OPTICS

General Application Support

DESIGN

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Thermal support
Thermal Support PCB reference designs Cooler reference designs Thermal design evaluation for customers Thermal design for LED Product Development measurement Simulation and Measurement Capabilities Solid Works Flow Simulation Mentor Graphics Flow Therm Thermal Imaging Temperature recording calculation simulation

TJ = Pdis * Rth LED + TAmbient

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Our support regarding Thermal Management: Thermal simulation

Semiconductor

Die Attach

Leadframe

Molding Compound not shown

Fixed Temperature TS = 0 C

Since we know exactly the geometrie and the materials of our LEDs we can simulate the thermal behaviour under certain boundary conditions. To simulate the LED in the system, we need a detailed description of the mechanical setup and the materials of the system as well.
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Our support regarding Thermal Management: Verification by thermal measurement

With the first prototype a verification of the proper thermal management is possible and necessary. We can provide you assistance by measuring the prototype and determining the junction temperature, which is necessary for light output, reliability and lifetime.
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Electronic support
Electronic Support LED driving Color management Electronic design evaluation Design and prototyping PCB layout design Simulation and Measurement Capabilities SPICE EAGLE Power measurement Thermal measurement Optical measurement
iLED ( t )

Simulation

Measurement

Layout Design

Prototyping

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Our support for Electrical Design: Proposal of basic electrical driving circuitries
V Supply
Bias Control Feedback

V Supply
Bias Control Feedback

V Supply
Bias Control Feedback

Current

V supply

V supply V supply

Bias Control Feedback

Bias Control

V out

Feedback

V out

Bias Control Feedback

V out

There are many different LED systems and setups and each might need a different way to drive the LED regarding the size of the LED, the space and the cost of the solution. We can make a proposal for the basic electrical driving circuitries tailored to the need of the application.
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Our support for Electrical Design: Verification of Electrical Designs by Simulation


99 .2 2mA R2 15 99 .2 2mA D2 LAE67 5-1 975 78 .6 2mA R3 20 78 .6 2mA D3 LAE67 5-1 975
VCC

75 .5 2mA R4 20 75 .5 2mA D4 LAE67 5-2 05

VCC R1 I1 7mAdc 47 D1 LB_L39G-3Z-MAX R2 47 D2 LB_L39G-3Z-MIN

If there are doubts in the electrical design especially if a resistive driving solution has been chosen, we have the capability to verify by electrical simulation that the currents do not exceed the specification of the LED component.
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Optical support
Optical Support measurement and preparation of rayfiles for all SSL related LEDs Optical Design for customer requests Optical Design for LED product development design example Brilliant Mix solution: Flux > 270lm, CRI > 90 2x LUW CQDP.EQW 2x LA CPDP color mixing and beam shaping a with faceted reflector (<20mm, length<25mm) illuminance
near LEDs different colors visible 200mm distance perfect color mixing

Simulation Capabilities Optical Design with Lighttools Zemax Light Planning with Dialux Matlab for special tasks

far field distribution that can be used for light planning

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Our support for Optical Design: Customized optics design

Sometimes the available standard lenses or reflectors are not suitable for some applications and there is the need for customized optics design. We can provide the CAD files of tailored optics.

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Our support for Optical Design: Detailed simulation of illumination scenarios

Either street lighting or the illumination of the working table, both are illumination scenarios that can be simulated to ensure certain illuminance and homogeneity requirements.
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Our General Application Support:


Application Notes on applications, handling, driving, measuring

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Our General Application Support:


Ray files of our LEDs for optical simulation

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Our General Application Support:


Providing electrical simulation models to ensure a save driving of the LEDs

99 .2 2mA R2 15 99 .2 2mA D2 LAE67 5-1 975

78 .6 2mA R3 20 78 .6 2mA D3 LAE67 5-1 975

75 .5 2mA R4 20 75 .5 2mA D4 LAE67 5-2 05

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Our General Application Support:


providing 3D CAD files of our LEDs to assure a save and easy system design

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OSRAM OS is not supporting alone, but together with strong Partners!

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Application support - Customer support worldwide


Our engineers are where you are and help your challenges worldwide!
Application guides Reference designs
Optics Thermals Electrics BOM

suggestions Optical engineering


Ray

Thermal engineering
Thermal

Electrical engineering
Circuit PCB

PCB

design

files

design

Standards

Optical

simulations

models

design

and regulations
Partner

network
CAD

files

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Indoor Applications with low power LEDs Office

Source: OMS

Contents

1. Requirements for Indoor Lighting / Office 2. OSRAM LED for Area Lighting Application (Office Lighting) 3. Reference Design with OSRAM OS LED (DURIS E3) 4. Reference Design with OSRAM OS LED (DURIS E5) 5. Conclusion

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Requirements for Indoor Lighting / office


Illumination Level Light Distribution

Light Direction UGR

Restriction of glare

Uniformity
Task Luminaire with DURIS

Color & color rendering

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Example of Office Lighting Concepts


PCB High power LED Reflector PCB Low power LED High power LED Reflector

Edge Lighting PCB Primary Lens Reflector Light Guide Low power LED Reflector

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Contents

1. Requirements for Inddor Lighting /Office 2. OSRAM LED for Area Lighting Application (Office Lighting) 3. Reference Design with DURIS E3 (Edge Lighting) 4. Reference Design with DURIS E5 (Direckt Back Lighting) 5. Conclusion

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OSRAM LEDs for Area Lighting (Dimensions & Assembly)

DURIS E3

DURIS E5

Radiation characteristics
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OSRAM LEDs for Area Lighting (Dimensions & Assembly)


DURIS E3

DURIS E3

Typical 20 mA

DURIS E5

DURIS E5

Typical 120 mA
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Contents

1. Requirement for Street Lighting 2. OSRAM LED for Indoor/ Office Lighting (Oslon & Duris Family) 3. Reference Design with DURIS E3 (Edge Lighting) 4. Reference Design with DURIS E5 (Direckt Back Lighting) 5. Conclusion

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Luminous flux coupeling of LED for into light guide


LED to light guide Lens Flat LED Inside light guide Lens Flat

- Large distance caused by lens - Poor coupling efficiency -LED with narrow beam Angle or Reflektor needed - Long hot spot for Narrow beam + Guide surface is easy to polish
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+ Good coupling efficiency + Small Distance to guide + Slight hot spots + Guide surface is easy to polish + robust system, no push directly on lens

+ Good coupling efficiency - Hole in light guide (tooling costs) - Long hot spot - High requirements on tolerances of system

+ Good coupling efficiency - Hole in light guide (tooling costs) + Slight hot spots + wide incidence angle + robust system, no push directly on lens

Evonik material (PLEXIGLAS(R) EndLighten T) for edge-lit / (No Tooling cost nacessary)
Non Light output

Reflector Area to be illuminated

LED light source

Clear PLEXIGLAS conducts light by means of total internal reflection. Light rays remain inside the sheet and only exit via the edges PLEXIGLAS EndLighten T Light output Diffuser particles

Reflector

LED light source

The diffuser particles embedded in PLEXIGLAS EndLighten T deflect light rays and suppress total internal reflection. Light rays can exit the sheet via the surfaces too.
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Evonik material (PLEXIGLAS(R) EndLighten T) for edge-lit


Different Materials with Different particle density

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Long field Assembly

Reflector MCPCB Heat sink

PMMA Evonik

Air Gap

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EndLighten T SM 4mm transparent plate both side


PMMA transparent plate: thickness 2 mm EVONIK EndLighten T SM 4 mm PMMA transparent plate thickness 2 mm LED = 3038 lm HOT up = 50,2% Luminaire = 2467 lm P no Driver = 31,78 W Efficacy 77,63 lm/W Efficiency 81,2 %

down = 48,8 %

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EndLighten T SM 4mm with KIMOTO Reflector on back


KIMOTO Reflector white RW 188 EVONIK EndLighten T SM 4 mm PMMA transparent plate thickness 2 mm Luminaire = 2352 lm P no Driver = 31,78 W Efficacy 74,0 lm/W Efficiency = 77,4 %

down = 100 %

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EndLighten T SM 4mm with MC-PET on back


MC-PET Reflector white EVONIK EndLighten T SM 4 mm PMMA transparent plate thickness 2 mm Luminaire = 2375 lm up = 1,1% P no Driver = 31,78 W Efficacy 74.73 lm/W Efficiency = 78,2 %

down = 98,9 %

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EndLighten T SM 4mm with MC-PET on back & CDP Optic Junbecker


MC-PET Reflector white EVONIK EndLighten T SM 4 mm (CDP) Optic Jungbecker thickness 2 mm

Luminaire = 2316 lm P no Driver = 31,78 W Efficacy 72,9 lm/W Efficacy (Driver) 0.9 x 72,9 lm/W = 65, 6 lm/W Efficiency = 76,2 %

down = 100 %

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Application Example
See the transparency

115 cm

745 lx

Turn the Flat light on

Turn the Flat light off

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Contents

1. Requirement for Street Lighting 2. OSRAM LED for Indoor/ Office Lighting (Oslon & Duris Family) 3. Reference Design with DURIS E3 (Edge Lighting) 4. Reference Design with DURIS E5 (Direckt Back Lighting) 5. Conclusion

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Reference Design with OSRAM OS LED (DURIS E5)


Request on Office Luminaire
Lighting Panel Direct Backlight Luminaire (600 x 600) Lumen output > 3000 lm

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Reference Design with OSRAM OS LED (DURIS E5)


Backlighting Panel: Geometry
585 mm 49.2 mm 50 mm

122 Duris E5

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Reference Design with OSRAM OS LED (DURIS E5)


40.5 lm x 122 Dursis E5 @ 120 mA = 4941 lm 35.2 lm x 122 Duris E5 @ 100 mA = 4294 lm
Optical & Thermal Losses 0.85 x 0.9 120 mA @ 3780 lm >>>> 46.5 W >>>> 81.3 lm/W 100 mA @ 3285 lm >>>> 38,45 W >>>> 85.4 lm/W Electrical Losses (Driver) 0.9 TOTAL Efficacy Luminaire:

120 mA @ 73.17 lm/W 100 mA @ 76.86 lm/W

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Contents

1. Requirement for Street Lighting 2. OSRAM LED for Indoor/ Office Lighting (Oslon & Duris Family) 3. Reference Design with DURIS E3 (Edge Lighting) 4. Reference Design with DURIS E5 (Direckt Back Lighting) 5. Conclusion

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Comparison in Application Office 3 x 14 W T5

Efficacy Source level at 25 C : 75 lm /W Efficacy System level at 25 C: 63,3 lm /W

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Comparison in Application Office T5 2 x 21W

Lumen output Sources 3800 lm Lumen output Luminary 2660 lm Power Consumption 46 W (Driver) Efficiency:
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69,9%

Efficacy Source level at 25 C : 82,6 lm /W Efficacy System level at 25 C: 57,7 lm /W

Conclusion of facts for Reference Design


System Efficacy is higher then T5 14W Solution
Replacement for T5 Middle beam angel Good uniformity on the desk No discomforted glare Goo Efficiency

Direct Backlighting LED 76.86 lm/W T5 14 W 63,3 lm /W Edge Lighting LED 65,6 lm/W T5 21 W 57,7 lm /W

Energy saving Uniform lighting Surface No differences from different point of viewing Flexibility of Working places
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LED Outdoor Lighting


March 2011

Agenda
LED Outdoor Lighting General Topics Technical Requirements for Street Lighting Generic technology comparison Specific application example

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LED Outdoor lighting


Technology status

LED Feature
High luminaire efficacy High lifetime / robustness

Impact for LED outdoor lighting


- reduced power consumption - faster return of invest - longer maintenance intervals and faster ROI - reduced power consumption - less light pollution (light where its needed) - improved visual comfort and safety - application specific light quality - new luminaire designs and implementations

Directional light

Choice of light quality

Compact and dimmable

- reduced power consumption possible by dimming, sensors, etc.

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LED Outdoor lighting


Freedom of choice

Warm / Neutral / Cool white CRI 80 min

Neutral / Cool white CRI 70 min

Streetwhite CRI 65 min

2700K 5000K

4000K 6500K

5000K 6500K

Light quality

Efficiency

Light quality

Efficiency

Light quality

Efficiency

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LED Outdoor lighting


Focus products

OSLON SSL

OSLON Square

Radiation pattern typ. Rth typ. efficacy 5000K/CRI70 (350mA / Tj=85C)

80 or 150 7 K/W ~ 112 lm/W

120 3,8 K/W ~ 130 lm/W

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Agenda
LED Outdoor Lighting General Topics Technical Requirements for Street Lighting Generic technology comparison Specific application example

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Technical Requirements for Street Lighting


Illumination Level Light Distribution

Eh Ez

Light Direction

Restriction of Glare

Uniformity

Light Color and Color Rendering

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Light Color & Color rendering


White light and a good Color Rendering Index (CRI) not only improves the comfort for pedestrians, but improves the percepted contrast for car drivers and thus leads to faster reaction times, reducing the number of accidents White light with a higher blue and green light spectrum content raises the percepted brightness at night, leading to a better vision or a reduced energy consumption First standards are taking percepted brightness into account (e.g. England)
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Street lighting with LED lamps

Street lighting with HPS lamps

Mesopic vision
Mesopic factor:
During nighttime the human eye percepts neither photopic nor scotopic brightness. The area in between is called mesopic. The mesopic factor describes the percepted brightness at a given surrounding luminance. For street lighting conditions we assume 0,3cd/m.

S/P-Ratio:
Scotopic weighted radiation spectrum V() divided by photopic weighted radiation spectrum V().
Lamp HPS HCI LCW.ec LCW.pc LUW LUW EQW Flux @ 350mA Efficacy 140 lm/W 105 lm/W 101 lm/W 117 lm/W 126 lm/W 136 lm/W CCT 2100 K 3000 K 5000 K 5000 K 6000 K 5000 K CRI 17 87 82 70 70 65 S/P Ratio 0,51 1,30 1,97 1,73 1,87 1,80 Mesopic factor @ 0,3cd/m 0,88 1,07 1,20 1,15 1,18 1,17 Percepted efficacy (mesopic @ 0,3cd/m) 123 lm/W 112 lm/W 121 lm/W 135 lm/W 148 lm/W 159 lm/W

108 lm 125 lm 134 lm 145 lm

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Agenda
LED Outdoor Lighting General Topics Technical Requirements for Street Lighting Generic technology comparison Specific application example

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Generic technology comparison


Comparison of LED, MH and HPS in Street Lighting
Light source Efficency of light source Power selection Power efficiency Luminaire efficiency Thermal efficiency System efficacy Mesopic factor Application factor End efficacy CRI CCT Lumen maintenance Lifetime ( 70% initial flux)
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LED 130 lm/W 20 - 160W 87% 88% 90% 90 lm/W 1,2 21 mlux/lm 2,26 lux/W 70 4000K 6500 K 80% 50000h 14 years

MH
(Metal halide)

HPS
(High Pressure Sodium)

100 lm/W 150W, 250W, 400W 90% 77% 100% 69 lm/W 1,2 18 mlux/lm 1,50 lux/W 70 80 4000K 6500 K 70% 8000 15000h 2 4 years

140 lm/W 150W, 250W, 400W 81% 77% 100% 87 lm/W 0,88 18 mlux/lm 1,38 lux/W 17 2100 K 70% 15000 20000h 4 6 years

Agenda
LED Outdoor Lighting General Topics Technical Requirements for Street Lighting Generic technology comparison Specific application example

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Specific application example


Classic light source HME 125W Classic light source Replacement lamp 110W

Applied standard:
Distance pole to pole: Pole height: Street width: Luminaire overhang: Color of light: Fullfillment of standard ME5:
Lamp carrier exchange HSE 70W New luminaire HST/HCI TT 70W EVG 100% operation

ME5
33m 6,0m 6,5m -1,0m + / - / --

Energy consumption / year

New luminaire HST/HCI TT 70W EVG 100/50% operation LED luminaire EVG Basic 51W 100% operation

LED luminaire EVG Plus 43W 100/50% operation

LED luminaire EVG Premium 43W 100/50/25% operation

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Specific application example


100%

Energy saving
9% 39% 45% 57% 63% 79% 85%

Energy consumption / year

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