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LEDs

2017

Visible
White
Infrared
Ultraviolet
Application Guide
​Content

Helpful Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
​New Products 2017 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

1 Visible LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
​Chip LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
​Chip LED Side View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
​Chip LED Reverse mount . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
​TOP LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
​High Power Ceramic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
​THT Round . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
​Design Kits for Visible LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96

2 White LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102


​TOP LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
​High Power Ceramic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
​Design Kits for White LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119

3 Infrared LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121


​ igh Power Ceramic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
H
​THT Round . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126

4 Ultraviolet LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130


​High Power Ceramic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133

Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138
​LED Application Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138
​List of Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155

Information in this publication is subject to change. The process of cont-


inually improving our product range leads to changes in content. For new
designs please refer to the latest data sheets on www.we-online.com or
contact our technical field staff.

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​ ew Products 2017
N

WL-SFCW / WL-SFCD
​SMD Full-color Chip LED Waterclear /
Diffused

​These product family is allowed to have any combination of colors from mixing of the
3 classical colors: red; green and blue in order to suit every application and product
theme. There are 3 package sizesavailable with industrial standard: the 0606 is the
smallest lead-frame RGB component; 0805 and 1210. These LEDs are developed with
water clear and diffused lens. They are perfect for any backlighting applications and
front panel indicators.
From Page: 44

WL-SBSW / WL-SFSW
​SMD Bi-color / Full-color Side view
Waterclear
1​ 204
​These products are designed in an industry standard package with multiple chips, for
ease of handling and use in variety of applications. Main characteristics are the small
size, standard industrial footprint, wide viewing angle and high intensity output. They are
PBC high-usage and compatible with reflow soldering. The combination of Red-Green,
Red-Bright Green and RGB are excellent for display back-lighting, status indication and
industry white goods.
Visible LEDs

From Page: 58

WL-SMRW
​SMD Mono-color Reverse mount Waterclear
1​ 206 dome
​This is our next generation to reverse mount package. The construction of the dome
lens supports optimal optical characteristics with a viewing angle of 20°. It ensures that
the light emission is narrow enough to be couple efficiently with light pipe applications.
With a small size and thin PBC, they are ideal for saving space in many applications.
This product family is available in a full spectrum of standard colors.
From Page: 66

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WL-SBRW / WL-SFRW
​SMD Bi-color / Full-color Reverse mount
­Waterclear
1​ 205 rectangular
​The reverse mount package emits the light through a small cut-out hole in PCB. With
an option to combine the Red-Green, Red-Bright Green, Red-Blue and RGB. These
LEDs are ideal for keypad or push button backlighting. These series are offered with the
standard rectangular lens.
From Page: 68

WL-SMTW
​SMD Mono-color TOP LED Waterclear
2​ 214
​The smallest industry standard PLCC LED which is ideally suited for various cost com-
petitive applications. With the white package, they are very flexibility in design and ideal
solution for applications that required small scale and high brightness intensity.
From Page: 72

Visible LEDs

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WL-SIMW
​SMD Infrared Ceramic Waterclear

​Würth Elektronik eiSos introduces the new high power Infrared LEDs, in standard foot-
step 3535 and low thermal resisti vity ceramic package, with possible driving current
up to 1A. The WL-SIMW comes with a choice of two different viewing angles: 90° and
130°, for wide range focused beams or close range wide angle illumination. In addition
there is a choice between two different operation wavelengths 850 nm and 940 nm.
Those LED make the perfect choice for night vision and security camera illumination,
machine vision and gesture recognition systems.
From Page: 124
Infrared LEDs

WL-TIRW
​THT Infrared Round Waterclear

​Infrared THT technology – robust LEDs for all Optoelectronic applications. With viewing
angle from 35° ideal for remote controlling, distance measurement and sensors. Availa-
ble in both 850 and 940 nm wavelength and standard 3mm and 5mm package.
From Page: 126

WL-SUMW
​SMD Ultraviolet Ceramic Waterclear

​New addition in the Würth portfolio are the high power UV LED. Coming in a standard
3535 package with high intensity output and 3 different wavelength – 385, 395 and
405 nm. The ideal choice for UV systems for curing, printing and adhesive coating.
The perfect exchange for old Hg lamps offering in exchange faster turn-on time, higher
power output and longer lifetime. In addition the LEDs can be used for special lighting,
Ultraviolet LEDs

counterfeit detection systems and security forensics tools.


From Page: 133

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L​ ED product overview

0603

0805 mono-color From Page 34

1206

0606
From Page 40
bi-color
Chip 0805
full-color
From Page 44
1210

Side view
1204 mono-color

reverse mount bi-color From Page 56


1205 / 1206
full-color

3014

3022 white From Page 105

PLCC 5630

2214 mono-color From Page 72

LED 3528 bi-color From Page 76

full color From Page 78

white From Page 114

mono-color From Page 80


Ceramic 3535
Infrared From Page 124

Ultraviolet From Page 133

3 mm
with stopper

3 mm
without stopper mono-color From Page 82
THT
Infrared From Page 126
5 mm
with stopper

5 mm
without stopper

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T​ otal Quality Management

Our environment is important to us!

As one of the leading manufacturers of electronic components world-


wide, we are fully conscious of our responsibility for the environment
and its protection. We are thus pleased to confirm that all homoge-
nous subcomponents manufactured by Würth Elektronik eiSos GmbH
& Co. KG are in full compliance with Directives 2011/65/EU and
2002/95/EU of the European Parliament regarding the restriction of
the use of defined hazardous substances in electrical and electronic
devices (RoHS Directive) and with the amendment of Directive
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„„ Deca-BDE (decabromodiphenyl ether)

In addition, all our components and all homogeneous subcomponents


are tested according to the current version of the “list of candidates”
of the substances of very high concern (SVHC) as per Article 33 para
1 of the REACH Directive No. 1907/2006.

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State-of-the-art equipment

Measurement Lab
 Network/Spectrum/Impedance Analyzers
 RF Impedance/Material Analyzer
 LCR Bridges with High Current Capability
 Precision LCRs
 Modular Impulse Generators
 Varistor Testers
 Winding Testers
 ESD Testers
 Dielectric and Insulation Resistance Testers
 1000 W Power Supply
 300 W Electronic Loads

Environmental Lab
 Shock and Vibration
 Temperature Cycling
 Thermal Shock
 Combined Shock and Vibration with Temperature Cycling
 Steam Aging

Four Quality Centers


 Germany (Waldenburg)
 France (Lyon)
 China (Shenzen)
 USA (Watertown)

Analysis Lab
 Microscopic Analysis
 Cross Sectioning and Polishing
 Terminal Strength
 Packaging MSL Level Testing
 Wetting Balance
 RoHS Reflow Profile
 Computer Tomography
 Hot Air Reflow
 Vapor Phase
 Wave Soldering
 XRF X-Ray
 Automatic Pick & Place

According to the
DIN EN ISO 9001, DIN EN ISO 14001, DIN EN ISO 50001

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E​ lectronic Components at a Glance

Transformer: Dual Coil Power Inductors:


WE-FLEX, WE-EHPI, WE-TDC, WE-DD,
WE-FLEX+, WE-DCT,WE-CFWI, WE-FLEX,
WE-FB WE-FLEX+ WE-WPCC
WE-GDT
WE-GDTI Coupled / Flyback
Single Coil Power Inductor: Receiver
SMD: WE-TPC, WE-HCI, WE-MAPI, WE-MAIA,
Flyback IC / SMPS WE-LQS, WE-LQSH, WE-LQSF, WE-LHMI, WE-XHMI,
partially WE-FAMI, WE-HCM, WE-HCC, WE-PD, WE-PDA, WE-PDF,
WE-PD2, WE-PD2A, WE-HCF,
yes no WE-SPC, WE-PMI, WE-PMMI, WE-PMCI WPCC
THT: WE-SI, WE-TI, WE-TIF, WE-TIS, WE-SD
isolated

MagI³C-LDHM
LED Driver VOLTAGE DISTRIBUTION
Varistors:
THT: WE-VD DC / DC Modules
SMD: WE-VS,
WE-TVSP
MagI3C-VDRM,
MagI³C-FDSM,
MagI³C-FISM

Surge Protection POWER SUPPLY

HOUSING EMI
Power Factor
Correction

Common Mode: EMI


WE-CMB, WE-CMBNC, WE-LF, EMI Cu-/Alu- Contact
WE-LF SMD, WE-FC, WE-FCL, WE-CMBH, Fingers
WE-CMB HC, WE-CMB HV, WE-CMB WE-SECF
NiZn, WE-ExB, WE-TPB HV WE-TFC,
WE-TFCH
PFC Choke
Differential Mode: WE-PFC LEDs
SMD: WE-SUKW
THT: WE-SD, WE-TI,
WE-FI, WE-UKW

CABLE EMI
Filter Ultraviolet

Before Setting Up:


Axial & Toroidal Ferrites
After Setting Up:
isolated Cable Ferrites
yes no
Transformer:
WE-UNIT, Power Inductor: Suppression
WE-SLIM, SMD: WE-PD2 HV Visible
WE-UOST THT: WE-TI HV
STAR-Series
WE-AFB
WE-AEFA

Infrared

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Transmitter

WE-WPCC

ESD Suppressor WE-VE, WE-VEA, TVS Diode WE-TVS,


WE-TVSP
WE-WPCC
ESD Protection
Array
Common Mode Choke
WE-CNSW, WE-CNSW HF

Common Mode: USB / FireWire


SMD: WE-SL Serie, WE-CMS
THT: WE-MLS
Common Mode Line Filter
Differential Mode: WE-SL Series
SMD: WE-CBF, WE-CBA, WE-SUKW, WE-PF, WE-PD2,
WE-PD2A, WE-HCI, THT: WE-UKW, WE-TI, WE-SD, CAN
WE-MPSB, WE-UCF, WE-LQ, WE-GF, WE-GFH
USB 2.0 filtered
WE-EPLE
Filter
EMI Filter WE-CBF, WE-CBA
RS232 / RS485
INTERFACE WE-PoE, WE-PoE+, WE-PoEH
not integrated Transformer WE-LAN, WE-LAN 10G

Ethernet WE-RJ45 with LAN-Transformer


RF SMD / THT with / without LED’s

Conductive integrated
Shielding
Gaskets WE-ASI Choke
Bluetooth ASI
WLAN
GPS
ISM 868
Antenna Chip Antenne

Shielding Cabinet
WE-SHC
Filter WE-LPF, WE-BPF, WE-BAL, WE-CAIR , WE-AC HC

Matching WE-KI, WE-KI HC, WE-MK, WE-TCI

WL-SUMW

WL-SMCW, WL-SBCW, WL-SFCx, WL-SMRW, Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors


WL-SBRW, WL-SFRW, WL-SMSW, WL-SBSW, CAPACITORS
WL-SFSW, WL-SMTW, WL-SBTW, WL-SFTW,
WL-TMRC, WL-TMRW, WL-SMDC

Color
Electrolytic Capacitors Aluminum Polymer Capacitors

WL-SWTP, WL-SWTC
MLCC-Multilayer Ceramic
White Chip Capacitors

WL-SIMW, WL-TIRW

Safety Capacitors (X/Y)

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E​ lectromechanical Components at a Glance

PCB / PCB
CONNECTION

Pin & Socket Header


WR-PHD

SMD Spacer FPC Connector


WR-FPC
Pin & Socket Header
LED Connector WR-PHD
WR-LECO Tact Switches
Illuminated Switches
Steel Spacer

Plastic Spacer
DISPLAY,
MiniModule
WR-MM
FLEXIBLE PCB
Dip Switches
Rotary Switches

Mini Power
Micro Power CABLE / PCB
WR-MPC Series CONNECTION
Terminal Blocks
WR-TBL
Dip Switches
Rotary Switches
REDCUBE Terminals
Tact Switches Single Conductor / Ribbon Cable /
Push Button Switches
Fuse Holders Crimp IDC
DC Power Jack Connectors
Dip Switches Box Header
Wire-To-Board IDC Connector
WR-WTB WR-BHD

MAIN POWER
SUPPLY

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Communication

USB, MiniUSB, Modular Jack, WR-COM, DC Power Jack WR-DC,


D-SUB WR-DSUB, Dip Switches, Rotary Switches, Tact Switches,
Slide Switches, Push Button Switches

Card Connectors WR-CRD


Detector Switches

GSM & Memory

HDMI, WR-COM,
Dip Schalter Detector Switches
Tact Switches
Illuminated Switches
Push Button Switches

INTERFACES Video

USB A / B,
Mini Module Mini USB / Micro USB, WR-COM
WR-MM
strong USB
vibration

Firewire IEEE 1394


WR-COM

FireWire
LED
Application

LED Connector
WR-LECO
D-SUB WR-DSUB
RS232 / RS485

RJ45 WR-COM
Tact Switches
Push Button Switches
Ethernet non
integrated

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​ e enlight your optoelectronic needs
W

6 2

Infrared LEDs
Security camera / surveillance Remote control
Provide security for your home or workplace. Fast and secure control of systems for
Capture videos in low light and no light a wide range of industrial applications.
areas.
1 5
Fire alarm / smoke detectors Gesture recognition
Detection of fire and smoke Either for playing games or controlling high
in buildings. end devices only with your movements.

2
Motion detection Machine vision
Detects movements in designated areas and Nondestructive analysis in production and effective
performs automatically a task or an alert. control of manufacturing process. Helps automatic
For automatic light control or protection of production machines in their tasks processing and
3&6 buildings . detects failures and abnormalities.

Sensor system Traffic control


Used for authentication, identification For surveillance and monitoring of the traffic
and verification of biometrics e.g. pulse situations, and providing fast solutions for
measurement, fingerprint scans. reducing traffic jams and emergency vehicles
4 response.

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1
3 5

Ultraviolet LEDs
UV curing & printing Security & Forensic
Is used to instantly cure or dry inks. Detect counterfeit signatures, documents,
tickets and bank notes.

Coating & adhesive curing Lithography


Very fast drying and hardening of coatings For quick pattern design of thin film on
and adhesive materials. different substrates.

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​Spectral Distribution

Area Frequency (f) Wavelength (nm) Wavelength (nm) Application Pictograms


10

10-6
100

UV-C 200 Disinfection, Sterilisation


10-4

iolet
280
1pm UV-B 300 Medical therapy & analysis

v
Ultra
315
UV Curing, Printing / Coating
10-2 UV-A Adhesive, Security forensics,
380 Counterfeit detection
405
violet
1018
X-Ray

100 1nm

1016 500

102 green 520

Visible light
Optical radiation

1µm
bright green 570
1014
yellow 590 Signal, Display,
104 600 Indicator, Optical Switches,
amber 610 General light
red 630
Microwaves

1012 hyper red 650


1mm
106

700
1cm
1010
108

1m 780
108
Radio waves

Machine vision systems,


1010 IR-A Security systems,
Remote control
103
Infrar

106 1400
ed

Wireless communication,
1012 1km IR-B
Long distance telecommunication
3000

104 104

1014

1Mm IR spectroscopy,
IR-C
105 Military guidance

1016

106

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​Soldering Specifications
​for SMD Components

Classification Reflow Profile for SMT components:

Tp
TC –5°C
Max. Ramp Up Rate = 3°C/s tp
Max. Ramp Down Rate = 6°C/s
TL
tL
Ts max Preheat Area
Temperature

Ts min

tS

25
Time 25°C to Peak

Time

Classification Reflow Soldering Profile:


Profile Feature Value
Preheat Temperature Min Ts min 150 °C
Preheat Temperature Max Ts max 200 °C
Preheat Time ts from Ts min to Ts max ts max. 60 - 120 seconds
Ramp-up Rate (TL to TP) 3 °C/ second max.
Liquidous Temperature TL 217 °C
Time tL maintained above TL tL max. 60 seconds
Peak package body temperature Tp see table
Time within 5°C of actual peak temperaure tp max. 10 seconds
Ramp-down Rate (TL to TP) 6 °C/ second max.
Time 25°C to peak temperature max. 220 seconds
refer to IPC/ JEDEC J-STD-020E

Package Classification Reflow Temperature:


Volume mm³ Volume mm³ Volume mm³
Properties
<350 350-2000 >2000
PB-Free Assembly | Package Thickness < 1.6 mm 260 °C 260 °C 260 °C
PB-Free Assembly | Package Thickness 1.6 mm - 2.5 mm 260 °C 250 °C 245 °C
PB-Free Assembly | Package Thickness ≥ 2.5 mm 250 °C 245 °C 245 °C
Applied cycles 2 cycles max.
refer to IPC/ JEDEC J-STD-020E

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​Soldering Specifications
​for THT Components

Classification Wave Soldering Profile:

tp

Tp
First Wave Second Wave
Temperature

Ts max
Ts typical
Ts min

Preheat area Cool down area

Time
typical temperature procedure
min temperature procedure
max temperature procedure

Classification Wave Soldering Profile:


Profile Feature Pb-Free Assembly Sn-Pb Assembly
Preheat Temperature Min Ts min 100 °C 100 °C
Preheat Temperature Typical Ts typical 120 °C 120 °C
Preheat Temperature Max Ts max 130 °C 130 °C
Preheat Time ts from Ts min to Ts max ts 70 seconds 70 seconds
Peak temperature Tp 245 °C - 260 °C 235 °C - 260 °C
Time of actual peak temperature tp 5-8 seconds max. 3-6 seconds max.
Ramp-down Rate, Min ~ 2 K/ second ~ 2 K/ second
Ramp-down Rate, Typical ~ 3.5 K/ second ~ 3.5 K/ second
Ramp-down Rate, Max ~ 5 K/ second ~ 5 K/ second
Time 25°C to 25°C 4 minutes 4 minutes
Applied cycles 1 cycle max.
refer to EN61760-1:2006

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​Visible LEDs

Chip LED Page 1
WL-SMCW SMD Mono-color Chip LED Waterclear 34

WL-SBCW SMD Bi-color Chip LED Waterclear 40

NEW! WL-SFCW SMD Full-color Chip LED Waterclear 44

NEW! WL-SFCD SMD Full-color Chip LED Diffused 50


Chip LED Side View
WL-SMSW SMD Mono-color Side view Waterclear 56

NEW! WL-SBSW SMD Bi-color Side view Waterclear 58

NEW! WL-SFSW SMD Full-color Side view Waterclear 60


Chip LED Reverse mount
Extended Product Range! WL-SMRW SMD Mono-color Reverse mount Waterclear 62

NEW! WL-SBRW SMD Bi-color Reverse mount Waterclear 68

NEW! WL-SFRW SMD Full-color Reverse mount Waterclear 70


TOP LED
Extended Product Range! WL-SMTW SMD Mono-color TOP LED Waterclear 72

WL-SBTW SMD Bi-color TOP LED Waterclear 76

WL-SFTW SMD Full-color TOP LED Waterclear 78


High Power Ceramic
WL-SMDC SMD Mono-color Ceramic LED Waterclear 80
THT Round
WL-TMRW THT Mono-color Round Waterclear 82

WL-TMRC THT Mono-color Round Color 90


Design Kits for Visible LED
Design Kits for Visible LED 96

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​ eneral information Visible LEDs
G

Spectrum Distribution of signal LEDs


1.2
Hyper Red
Super Red
1.0 Red
Orange
Relative emission intensity (%)

Amber
Super Yellow
0.8
Yellow
Bright Green
True Green
0.6 Pure Green
Green
Cyan
0.4 Blue
Ultra Blue

0.2

0
300 400 500 600 700 800

Wavelength (nm)

Characteristics
Abbreviation IC material Color Forward Voltage
AlGaAs Aluminium-Gallium-Arsenide Red & Infrared 1.2 – 1.8 V
Red & Orange 1.9 – 2.2 V
AlInGaP Aluminium-Indium-Gallium-Phosphide
Green (approx. 570 nm) 2.2 – 2.5 V
GaAsP Gallium-Arsenid-Phosphide Super Red – Yellow 2.1 V
Green (525 nm) 3.5 – 4.5 V
InGaN Indium-Gallium-Nitride
Blue & White 3.2 – 4 V
AlInGaN Aluminium-Indium-Gallium Nitride Blue & UV 3.2 – 4.5 V

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Photo-Biological Hazard
according to EN 62471:2008

1
EN 62471:2008 (CIE S009) “Photo-Biological safety of lamps and lamp systems” reflects the state of the incoherent light source nowadays and is recommended for immediate
use.
The standard sets out requirements in terms of limiting values, methods of measurement and classification criteria. The classification of luminaires is based on hazard values
reported at a distance which produces 500 lux illuminance, but not at a distance less than 200 mm.

For the photo-biological parameters (e.g. risk of photochemical retinal damage) of each risk group, wavelength-weighted emission limits have been defined as a basis for
classification. The individual risk groups are defined as follows:
� Exempt group: Luminaires present no photo-biological hazard.
� Risk group 1 (Low-Risk): Luminaires present no hazard due to normal behavioural limitations on exposure.
� Risk group 2 (Moderate-Risk): Luminaires present no hazard due to the aversion response to very bright light sources or due to thermal discomfort.
� Risk group 3 (High-Risk): Luminaires present a hazard even for momentary or brief exposure. Use in general lighting service is not allowed.

LED light sources for general lighting are not normally IR or UV radiators, so the table as below confined to hazards that may actually be presented – does not include infrared
and ultraviolet hazards.

Results of the risk group classification for LEDs


Product Family Size Order Code Emitting color Risk group
WL-SMCW 0603 150060BS75000 Blue n 1
WL-SMCW 0805 150080BS75000 Blue n 1
WL-SMCW 1206 150120BS75000 Blue n 1
WL-SFCW 0606 150066M173000 Blue n Exempt group
WL-SFCW 0805 150080M173000 Blue n Exempt group
WL-SFCW 1210 150121M173000 Blue n Exempt group
WL-SFCD 0606 150066M153000 Blue n Exempt group
WL-SFCD 0805 150080M153000 Blue n Exempt group
WL-SFCD 1210 150121M153000 Blue n Exempt group
WL-SMRW 1206 156120BS75000 Blue n Exempt group
WL-SMRW 1206 156120BS75300 Blue n Exempt group
WL-SMRW 1206 156120BS82500 Blue n Exempt group
WL-SBRW 1205 156125RB73000 Blue n Exempt group
WL-SFRW 1205 156125M173000 Blue n Exempt group
WL-SMSW 1206 155124BS73200 Blue n 1
WL-SFSW 1204 155124M173200 Blue n Exempt group
WL-SMTW 2214 150224BS73100 Blue n Exempt group
WL-SMTW 3528 150141BS73100 Blue n 1
WL-SBTW 3528 150141RB73100 Blue n 1
WL-SFTW 3528 150141M173100 Blue n 1
WL-SMDC 3535 150353BS74500 Blue n Exempt group
WL-TMRW 5 mm 151053BS04500 Blue n Exempt group
WL-TMRC 5 mm 151051BS04000 Blue n 1

If you need any further information, please contact our sales staff.

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WL-SMCW
​SMD Mono-color Chip LED Waterclear
​Size 0603
Characteristics: Applications:
■ Low energy consumption ■ Backlight for mobile and portable device keypads
■ High reliability ■ Indoor and outdoor message boards
■ Low current requirement ■ Flat backlight for LCDs, witches and symbols
■ Fast switching ■ Display for industrial control systems and traffic
■ No UV/IR radiation ■ Miniaturized color effects
■ Smallest SMD package with exceptional brightness ■ Pedestrian mark
■ Top view ■ Optical indicators
■ Wide viewing angle ■ General lighting
■ Toys

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 20 mA (typ.)


λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Tech- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Emitting Color Packaging
(nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) nology (°) Unit (Qty.)
150 060 SS7 5000 Super Red ■ 645 630 60 1.9
150 060 RS7 5000 Red ■ 630 625 250
AlInGaP
150 060 YS7 5000 Yellow ■ 595 590 120 2
140 Tape and Reel 4000
150 060 VS7 5000 Bright Green ■ 572 570 40
150 060 GS7 5000 Green ■ 515 520 430
3.2 InGaN
150 060 BS7 5000 Blue ■ 465 470 145

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


-70° 0° 10°
100 20°
90 30° typ.
,175
R0
0,7 typ.

40°
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

80 1 2
45°
70
50° 0,7 ±0,1
60

50 60°

40 1,1 ±0,1
70°
0,3 ±0,1

30
0,7 ±0,1

20
80°
10
1,6 ±0,1
90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

Polarity Mark
(Cathode)

Recommended Land Pattern: [mm] Schematic:


0,8 ±0,1

2,4
0,8

- +
1 2
0,8

1 2

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WL-SMCW
​SMD Mono-color Chip LED Waterclear
​Size 0603
1
Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
50 600
150060SS75000 150060SS75000
150060RS75000 150060RS75000
45 150060YS75000 150060YS75000
150060VS75000 150060VS75000
150060GS75000 500 150060GS75000
40 150060BS75000 150060BS75000

35
400

Luminous Intensity [mcd]


Forward Current [mA]

30

25 300

20
200
15

10
100
5

0 0
0,0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

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WL-SMCW
​SMD Mono-color Chip LED Waterclear
​Size 0805
Characteristics: Applications:
■ Low energy consumption ■ Tabular backlight: LCD, telephone key-press, power-
■ High reliability switch, display board
■ Low current requirement ■ Indoor displays
■ Fast switching ■ Optical indicators
■ No UV/IR radiation ■ Signals
■ Small SMD package with exceptional brightness ■ Identifiers
■ Top view ■ General lighting
■ Wide viewing angle ■ Toys
■ Better solder ability
■ Heat dissipation

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 20 mA (typ.)


λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Tech- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Emitting Color Packaging
(nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) nology (°) Unit (Qty.)
150 080 SS7 5000 Super Red ■ 645 630 60 1.9
150 080 RS7 5000 Red ■ 630 625 150
AlInGaP
150 080 YS7 5000 Yellow ■ 595 590 120 2
140 Tape and Reel 4000
150 080 VS7 5000 Bright Green ■ 572 570 40
150 080 GS7 5000 Green ■ 515 520 450
3.2 InGaN
150 080 BS7 5000 Blue ■ 465 470 145

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


-70° 0° 10°
100 20°
90 30° typ.
R 0,2
1 typ.

40°
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

80 1 2
45°
70
50° 1,2 ±0,1
60

50 60°

40
1,4 ±0,1
0,3 ±0,1

70°
30
0,7 ±0,1

20
80°
10 2 ±0,1

90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

Polarity Mark
(Cathode)

Recommended Land Pattern: [mm] Schematic:


1,25 ±0,1

3,2
1

- +
1,2

1 2

1 2

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WL-SMCW
​SMD Mono-color Chip LED Waterclear
​Size 0805
1
Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
50 600
150080SS75000 150080SS75000
150080RS75000 150080RS75000
45 150080YS75000 150080YS75000
150080VS75000 150080VS75000
150080GS75000 500 150080GS75000
150080BS75000
40 150080BS75000

35
400

Luminous Intensity [mcd]


Forward Current [mA]

30

25 300

20
200
15

10
100
5

0 0
0,0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

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WL-SMCW
​SMD Mono-color Chip LED Waterclear
​Size 1206
Characteristics: Applications:
■ Low energy consumption ■ Backlight for automobile DVD
■ High reliability ■ Indoor displays
■ Low current requirement ■ Optical indicators
■ Fast switching ■ General lighting
■ No UV/IR radiation ■ Toys
■ Small SMD package with exceptional brightness
■ Top view
■ Wide viewing angle
■ Better solder ability
■ Heat dissipation

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 20 mA (typ.)


λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Tech- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Emitting Color Packaging
(nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) nology (°) Unit (Qty.)
150 120 SS7 5000 Super Red ■ 645 630 60 1.9
150 120 RS7 5000 Red ■ 630 625 150
150 120 AS7 5000 Amber ■ 610 605 140
2
AlInGaP
150 120 YS7 5000 Yellow ■ 595 590 120 140 Tape and Reel 4000
150 120 VS7 5000 Bright Green ■ 572 570 40
150 120 GS7 5000 Green ■ 515 520 450
3.2 InGaN
150 120 BS7 5000 Blue ■ 465 470 145

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


-70° 0° 10°
100 20°
.
30° typ
90 ,3 75
R0
1,4 typ.

40° 1 2 2
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

80
45°
70
50° 2 ±0,1
60

50 60°
0,68 ±0,1
0,28 ±0,1

40
2 ±0,1
70°
30

20
80° 3,2
10

90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
Polarity Mark
(Cathode)
1,6 ±0,1
1,1 typ.

Recommended Land Pattern: [mm] Schematic:

4,4
1,6

- +
1,5

1 2

1 2

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WL-SMCW
​SMD Mono-color Chip LED Waterclear
​Size 1206
1
Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
50 600
150120SS75000 150120SS75000
150120RS75000 150120RS75000
45 150120AS75000 150120AS75000
150120YS75000 150120YS75000
150120VS75000 500 150120VS75000
40 150120GS75000 150120GS75000
150120BS75000 150120BS75000

35
400

Luminous Intensity [mcd]


Forward Current [mA]

30

25 300

20
200
15

10
100
5

0 0
0,0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

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WL-SBCW
​SMD Bi-color Chip LED Waterclear
​Size 0606
Characteristics: Applications:
■ Two chips in one package ■ Backlighting applications
■ Small size ■ Status indicator
■ Industry standard footprint ■ Front panel indicators
■ High efficiency ■ Push button backlighting
■ Low power consumption ■ Symbol and switch backlighting
■ Wide viewing angle
■ Small package for exceptional brightness
■ Packaged in standard tape and reel 7"
■ Compatible with automatic placement machine

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 20 mA (typ.)


λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Tech- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Emitting Color Packaging
(nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) nology (°) Unit (Qty.)

150 066 SV7 4000


Super Red ■ 645 630 55
2 AlInGaP 130 Tape and Reel 3000
Bright Green ■ 572 570 30

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


0° R0
- 65° 10° ,16
100 20° typ
.
3 4

0,2
90 30°

1,5 ±0,1
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

80 40°
45° 1 2
70
50° 0,9 ±0,1
60

50 60°

40 65°
1,1 ±0,1
70° 3°
30
0,7 ±0,1

20
80°
10 1,6 ±0,1
0,3 ±0,1

90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
Polarity Mark
(Cathode)

Recommended Land Pattern: [mm] Schematic:


1,6 ±0,1

2
0,8

- +
3 4
V
0,3
1,7

- +
1 2
S

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WL-SBCW
​SMD Bi-color Chip LED Waterclear
​Size 0606
1
Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
50 100
150066SV74000 150066SV74000

45 150066SV74000 90 150066SV74000

40 80

35 70

Luminous Intensity [mcd]


Forward Current [mA]

30 60

25 50

20 40

15 30

10 20

5 10

0 0
0,0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

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WL-SBCW
​SMD Bi-color Chip LED Waterclear
​Size 1210
Characteristics: Applications:
■ Two chips in one package ■ Backlighting applications
■ Small size ■ Status indicator
■ Industry standard footprint ■ Front panel indicators
■ High efficiency ■ Push button backlighting
■ Low power consumption ■ Symbol and switch backlighting
■ Wide viewing angle
■ Small package for exceptional brightness
■ Packaged in standard tape and reel 7"
■ Compatible with automatic placement machine

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 20 mA (typ.)


λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Tech- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Emitting Color Packaging
(nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) nology (°) Unit (Qty.)

150 121 SV7 4000


Super Red ■ 645 630 55
2 AlInGaP 130 Tape and Reel 3000
Bright Green ■ 572 570 30

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


- 65° 0° 10°
100 R0
20° ,3
typ
.
30°

0,35
90 2 1

2,35 ±0,1
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

80 40°
45° 4 3
70
50° 1,3 ±0,1
60

50 60°

0,7 ±0,1
65° 2,0 ±0,1
40

70°
30

20 3,2 ±0,1
0,28 ±0,1

80°
10

90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Polarity Mark
(Cathode)
2,7 ±0,1

Recommended Land Pattern: [mm] Schematic:

4,4
0,8 - +
2 1
0,5

V
3,3

- +
4 3

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WL-SBCW
​SMD Bi-color Chip LED Waterclear
​Size 1210
1
Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
50 100
150121SV74000 150121SV74000
45 150121SV74000 90 150121SV74000

40 80

35 70

Luminous Intensity [mcd]


Forward Current [mA]

30 60

25 50

20 40

15 30

10 20

5 10

0 0
0,0 0,5 1,0 1,5 2,0 2,5 3,0 3,5 4,0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

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WL-SFCW
​SMD Full-color Chip LED Waterclear
​Size 0606
Characteristics: Applications:
■ RGB ■ Backlighting application
■ Small size 0606 ■ Status indicator
■ Industry standard footprint ■ Front panel indicators
■ High efficiency ■ Backlighting for keypad, symbol and switch button
■ Low power consumption
■ Wide viewing angle
■ Small package for exceptional brightness
■ Compatible with automatic placement machine

NEW!

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 20 mA (typ.)


Emitting λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Techno- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Packaging
Color (nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) logy (°) Unit (Qty.)
Red ■ 636 622 70 1.9
AlInGaP +
150 066 M17 3000 Green ■ 520 527 360
3.3 InGaN
120 Tape and Reel 2000
Blue ■ 468 470 80

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


- 60° 0° 10°
100 20°

0,5 u0,1
90 30° 1 4

1,6 ±0,1
80 40°
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

45°
70 1
2 3
50°
60

50 60° 0,4 u0,1

40
0,4 u0,1

70° 1,6 ±0,1


30 1,1 ±0,1

20
80°
10

90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Polarity Mark
(Cathode)

Recommended Land Pattern: [mm] Schematic:


1,6 ±0,1

-
R 1
0,4

- +
G 2 4
0,5

0,8 0,8 -
B 3

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WL-SFCW
​SMD Full-color Chip LED Waterclear
​Size 0606
1
Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
35 600
150060M173000 150060M173000
150060M173000 560 150060M173000
150060M173000
30 520 150060M173000

480
440
25

Luminous Intensity [mcd]


400
Forward Current [mA]

360
20
320
280
15
240
200
10 160
120
5 80
40
0 0
0,0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

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WL-SFCW
​SMD Full-color Chip LED Waterclear
​Size 0805
Characteristics: Applications:
■ RGB ■ Backlighting applications
■ Industry standard footprint ■ Status indicator
■ High efficiency ■ Front panel indicators
■ Low power consumption ■ Backlighting for keypad, symbol and switch button
■ Wide viewing angle
■ Small package for exceptional brightness
■ Compatible with automatic placement machine

NEW!

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 20 mA (typ.)


Emitting λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Techno- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Packaging
Color (nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) logy (°) Unit (Qty.)
Red ■ 632 624 112 2
AlInGaP +
150 080 M17 3000 Green ■ 520 525 285
3.3 InGaN
120 Tape and Reel 2000
Blue ■ 468 470 70

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


- 60° 0° 10° 0,55 0,03
100 20°
3 2
90 30°

0,5
80 40°
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

45°
70
50°
60
4 1
50 60°

40 2,0
70° 1,4
30

0,5
20
80°
10

0,15
Polarity Mark (Anode)
90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
1,3

Recommended Land Pattern: [mm] Schematic:

0,85 1,0
-
4 1 R 1
1,0

- +
G 2 4
0,25

2 -
3 B 3

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WL-SFCW
​SMD Full-color Chip LED Waterclear
​Size 0805
1
Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
35
150080M173000 440 150080M173000
150080M173000 150080M173000
150080M173000 150080M173000
30 400

360
25 320

Luminous Intensity [mcd]


Forward Current [mA]

280
20
240

15 200

160
10
120

80
5
40

0 0
0,0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

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WL-SFCW
​SMD Full-color Chip LED Waterclear
​Size 1210
Characteristics: Applications:
■ High efficiency ■ Backlighting application
■ Low power consumption ■ Indicator
■ Wide viewing angle ■ General lighting
■ RGB
■ Industry standard frames
■ Compact package outline, very small package for
exceptional brightness

NEW!

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 20 mA (typ.)


Emitting λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Techno- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Packaging
Color (nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) logy (°) Unit (Qty.)
Red ■ 632 624 70 2
AlInGaP +
150 121 M17 3000 Green ■ 520 525 285
3.3 InGaN
120 Tape and Reel 3000
Blue ■ 468 470 80

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


- 60° 0° 10°
100 20° 1 2

90 30°

1,5
80 40°

1,15
4 3
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

45°
70
50° 0,7
60

50 60°
3,2
40 2,0
70°
0,5

30
1,1

20
80°
10

90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Common Anode

Recommended Land Pattern: [mm] Schematic:


2,7

1,1 1,8 1,1

-
R 1
1,6

4 3
0,4

- +
G 2 4
1,6

1 2

-
B 3

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WL-SFCW
​SMD Full-color Chip LED Waterclear
​Size 1210
1
Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
35
150121M173000 440 150121M173000
150121M173000 150121M173000
150121M173000 400 150121M173000
30
360

25 320

Luminous Intensity [mcd]


Forward Current [mA]

280
20
240

15 200

160
10 120

80
5
40

0 0
0,0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

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WL-SFCD
​SMD Full-color Chip LED Diffused
​Size 0606
Characteristics: Applications:
■ Common anode ■ Backlighting
■ Small 1.6 x 1.5 x 0.35 (0606) mm package ■ Status indicator
■ Diffused optics ■ Front panel indicator
■ Red/Green/Blue color combination ■ Office automation, home appliances, industrial
■ Compatible with reflow soldering equipment
■ Industry standard footprint

NEW!

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 20 mA (typ.)


Emitting λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Techno- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Packaging
Color (nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) logy (°) Unit (Qty.)
Red ■ 632 624 285 2
AlInGaP +
150 066 M15 3000 Green ■ 520 525 900
3.3 InGaN
120 Tape and Reel 2000
Blue ■ 468 470 180

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


- 60° 0° 10°
100 20°

0,5 u0,1
90 30° 1 4

1,6 ±0,1
80 40°
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

45°
70 1
2 3
50°
60

50 60° 0,4 u0,1

40
0,4 u0,1

70° 1,6 ±0,1


30 1,1 ±0,1

20
80°
10

90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Polarity Mark
(Cathode)

Recommended Land Pattern: [mm] Schematic:


1,6 ±0,1

-
R 1
0,4

- +
G 2 4
0,5

0,8 0,8 -
B 3

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WL-SFCD
​SMD Full-color Chip LED Diffused
​Size 0606
1
Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
35 1600
150060M153000 150060M153000
150060M153000 150060M153000
30 150060M153000
1400
150060M153000

1200
25

Luminous Intensity [mcd]


Forward Current [mA]

1000
20
800
15
600

10
400

5 200

0 0
0,0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

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WL-SFCD
​SMD Full-color Chip LED Diffused
​Size 0805
Characteristics: Applications:
■ RGB ■ Backlighting applications
■ Small size 0805 ■ Status indicator
■ Industry standard footprint ■ Front panel indicators
■ High efficiency ■ Backlighting for keypad, symbol and switch button
■ Low power consumption
■ Wide viewing angle
■ Small package for exceptional brightness
■ Compatible with automatic placement machine

NEW!

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 20 mA (typ.)


Emitting λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Techno- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Packaging
Color (nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) logy (°) Unit (Qty.)
Red ■ 632 624 112 2
AlInGaP +
150 080 M15 3000 Green ■ 520 525 285
3.3 InGaN
120 Tape and Reel 2000
Blue ■ 468 470 70

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


- 60° 0° 10° 0,55 0,03
100 20°
3 2
90 30°

0,5
80 40°
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

45°
70
50°
60
4 1
50 60°

40 2,0
70° 1,4
30

0,5
20
80°
10

0,15
Polarity Mark (Anode)
90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
1,3

Recommended Land Pattern: [mm] Schematic:

0,85 1,0
-
4 1 R 1
1,0

- +
G 2 4
0,25

3 2 -
B 3

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WL-SFCD
​SMD Full-color Chip LED Diffused
​Size 0805
1
Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
35 460
150080M153000 150080M153000
150080M153000 420 150080M153000
30 150080M153000 150080M153000
380

340
25

Luminous Intensity [mcd]


300
Forward Current [mA]

20 260

220
15
180

10 140

100
5 60

20
0
0,0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 -20 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

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WL-SFCD
​SMD Full-color Chip LED Diffused
​Size 1210
Characteristics: Applications:
■ High efficiency ■ Backlighting application
■ Low power consumption ■ Indicator
■ Wide viewing angle ■ Consumer electronics
■ RGB ■ Safety and security
■ Industry standard frames ■ General lighting
■ Compact package outline, very small package for
exceptional brightness

NEW!

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 20 mA (typ.)


Emitting λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Techno- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Packaging
Color (nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) logy (°) Unit (Qty.)
Red ■ 632 624 70 2
AlInGaP +
150 121 M15 3000 Green ■ 520 525 180
3.3 InGaN
120 Tape and Reel 3000
Blue ■ 468 470 80

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


- 60° 0° 10°
100 20° 1 2

90 30°

1,5
80 40°

1,15
4 3
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

45°
70
50° 0,7
60

50 60°
3,2
40 2,0
70°
0,5

30
1,1

20
80°
10

90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Common Anode

Recommended Land Pattern: [mm] Schematic:


2,7

1,1 1,8 1,1


Scale - 10:1
-
R 1
1,6

4 3
0,4

- +
G 2 4
1,6

1 2

-
B 3

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WL-SFCD
​SMD Full-color Chip LED Diffused
​Size 1210
1
Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
35 300
150121M153000 150121M153000
150121M153000 280 150121M153000

30 150121M153000 260 150121M153000

240

25 220

Luminous Intensity [mcd]


200
Forward Current [mA]

180
20
160
140
15
120
100
10 80
60
5 40
20
0 0
0,0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

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WL-SMSW
​SMD Mono-color Side view Waterclear
​Size 1204
Characteristics: Applications:
■ Low power consumption ■ Backlighting for LCD
■ High reliability ■ Sidelighting applications
■ Low current requirement ■ Indicator and backlighting for telecommunication
■ No UV/IR radiation ■ Backlighting for symbol, switch and dashboard
■ Wide viewing angle ■ General use
■ Excelllent for edge lighting displays and backlighting
indicators
■ Ideal for miniature applications
■ Compatible with automatic placement equipment

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 20 mA (typ.)


λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Tech- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Emitting Color Packaging
(nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) nology (°) Unit (Qty.)
155 124 RS7 3200 Red ■ 632 624
130
155 124 YS7 3200 Yellow ■ 592 589 2 AlInGaP
155 124 VS7 3200 Bright Green ■ 575 573 50 120 Tape and Reel 3000
155 124 GS7 3200 Green ■ 520 525 600 3.3
InGaN
155 124 BS7 3200 Blue ■ 468 470 150 3.4

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


- 60° 0° 10°
100 20° Polarity Mark Reinforcing Pin
30° (Cathode) (non electrode)
90
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

80 40° 1 2
45°
70
50° 0,8 typ.
60 0,6 typ.
3,2 ±0,2
50 60°

40
70° 2 ±0,2
30
0,5 ±0,15

20
80°
1,5 ±0,2

10

90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

3,2 ±0,2

Recommended Land Pattern: [mm] Schematic:


1 ±0,2

1,5 2 1,5
1

- +
1 2
0,9
1

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WL-SMSW
​SMD Mono-color Side view Waterclear
​Size 1204
1
Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
50 1000
155124RS73200 155124RS73200

45 155124YS73200 900 155124YS73200


155124VS73200 155124VS73200
40 155124GS73200 800 155124GS73200
155124BS73200 155124BS73200
35 700

Luminous Intensity [mcd]


Forward Current [mA]

30 600

25 500

20 400

15 300

10 200

5 100

0 0
0,0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

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WL-SBSW
​SMD Bi-color Side view Waterclear
​Size 1204
Characteristics: Applications:
■ Dual color chips ■ Indicator
■ Low current requirement ■ LCD illumination as in PDAs, MP3-Players, LCD
■ Fast switching monitors, LCD televisions
■ Side view ■ Display: Full color video notice board
■ Compact package outline, very small package for ■ Industry white goods: Oven, Microwave,
exceptional brightness Refrigerators…
■ Interior applications: switches, telematics, climate
control system, dashboard.

NEW!

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 20 mA (typ.)


λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Tech- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Emitting Color Packaging
(nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) nology (°) Unit (Qty.)

155 124 RG7 3200


Red ■ 632 624 60 2 AlInGaP +
Green ■ 520 525 160 3.3 InGaN
120 Tape and Reel 3000
155 124 RV7 3200
Red ■ 632 624 60 2
AlInGaP
Bright Green ■ 573 571 30 2.1

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]

0,6
1
0,4

2
- 60° 0° 10° 3
100 20° 0,6 0,6

90 30°
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

3,2
80 40°
2,0

70
0,48

50°
1,5

60
50 60°
40
70°
30
20
80°
1,0

10
Cathode Mark
90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

Recommended Land Pattern: [mm] Schematics: 155124RG73200 Schematics: 155124RV73200

- -
1 1

3 2 R R

1
0,7

+ +
2 2
0,7

0,9
0,4

1,2 1,8 1,2 - -


3 3

G V

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WL-SBSW
​SMD Bi-color Side view Waterclear
​Size 1204
1
Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
35 100

90
30 155124RV73200 155124RV73200
155124RV73200 80 155124RV73200

25 70
Forward Current [mA]

60
20

Luminous Intensity [mcd]


50
15
40

30
10
20
5
10

0 0
0,0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
Forward Current [mA]
Forward Voltage [V]

Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
35 300
280
155124RG73200 155124RG73200
30 260
155124RG73200 155124RG73200
240

25 220
Luminous Intensity [mcd]

200
Forward Current [mA]

180
20
160
140
15
120
100
10 80
60
5 40
20
0 0
0,0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

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WL-SFSW
​SMD Full-color Side view Waterclear
​Size 1204
Characteristics: Applications:
■ Common anode ■ Backlighting
■ Small 1204 side view package with high intensity ■ Status indicator
output ■ Front panel indicator
■ Industry standard package with multiple chips ■ Office automation, home appliances, industrial
■ Standard industrial footprint equipment
■ Compatible with reflow soldering and pick and place ■ Side-lighting application
machine

NEW!

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 20 mA (typ.)


Emitting λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Techno- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Packaging
Color (nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) logy (°) Unit (Qty.)
Red ■ 632 622 450 2
AlInGaP +
155 124 M17 3200 Green ■ 515 523 850 2.8
InGaN
120 Tape and Reel 3000
Blue ■ 460 465 140 3

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


- 60° 0° 10° 2,14
100 20° 1,3
90 30° 1 4

40°
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

80
2 3
70 1,42 1,42
50° 0,3
60
3,2
50 60°
2,2
40
70°
0,5

30
1,5

20
80°
10
90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
1,0

Recommended Land Pattern: [mm] Schematic:


Anode Mark

1,5
B
0,3 -
2 3 2
0,9

G
0,55
0,6

- +
1 4 3 1

2,2
3,4 R
-
4

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WL-SFSW
​SMD Full-color Side view Waterclear
​Size 1204
1
Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
35 1100
155124M173200 1000 155124M173200
30 155124M173200 155124M173200
900 155124M173200
155124M173200

25 800

Luminous Intensity [mcd]


Forward Current [mA]

700
20
600

500
15
400
10 300

200
5
100

0 0
0,0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

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WL-SMRW
​SMD Mono-color Reverse mount Waterclear
​Size 1206 rectangular
Characteristics: Applications:
■ Small size & thin body for space saving ■ Front panel indicators
■ Ideal for narrow space applications ■ LCD backlighting
■ Wide viewing angle ■ Keypad backlighting
■ Low power consumption ■ Push button backlighting
■ Industry standard footprint ■ Symbol and switch backlighting
■ Small package for exceptional brightness ■ General lighting
■ To emit light through a small cut-out hole in PCB
■ Compatible with automatic placement machine

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 20 mA (typ.)


λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Tech- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Emitting Color Packaging
(nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) nology (°) Unit (Qty.)
156 120 RS7 5000 Red ■ 632 624 60
156 120 YS7 5000 Yellow ■ 592 589 80 2 AlInGaP
156 120 VS7 5000 Bright Green ■ 575 573 30 140 Tape and Reel 2000
156 120 GS7 5000 Green ■ 520 525 235 3.3
InGaN
156 120 BS7 5000 Blue ■ 465 470 50 3.2

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


- 70° 0° 10°
100 20° Polarity Mark
(Cathode)
90 30°
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

1,4 ±0,2
80 40° 1 2
45°
70
50° 0,5 typ.
0,45 typ.

60 3,2 ±0,2

50 60°

40
70°
30 1,4 ±0,2
0,4 ±0,1

20
80°
1,2 ±0,2

10

90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

3,2 ±0,2

Recommended Land Pattern: [mm] Schematic:


1,6 ±0,2

1 2

normal
1,6

use

1,5 2 1,5

0,8 2,9 0,8 - +


1 2

5
2,
reverse O
1,6

use

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WL-SMRW
​SMD Mono-color Reverse mount Waterclear
​Size 1206 rectangular
1
Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
50 156120RS75000
350
156120RS75000
156120YS75000 156120YS75000
45 156120VS75000 156120VS75000
156120GS75000 156120GS75000
156120BS75000 300
156120BS75000
40

35 250

Luminous Intensity [mcd]


Forward Current [mA]

30
200
25
150
20

15 100

10
50
5

0 0
0,0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

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WL-SMRW
​SMD Mono-color Reverse mount Waterclear
​Size 1206 cylindrical
Characteristics: Applications:
■ Small size & thin body for space saving ■ Front panel indicators
■ Ideal for narrow space applications ■ LCD backlighting
■ Wide viewing angle ■ Cell phone
■ Low power consumption ■ Keypad backlighting
■ Industry standard footprint ■ Push button backlighting
■ Small package for exceptional brightness ■ Symbol and switch backlighting
■ To emit light through a small cut-out hole in PCB ■ General lighting
■ Compatible with automatic placement machine

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 20 mA (typ.)


λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Tech- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Emitting Color Packaging
(nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) nology (°) Unit (Qty.)
156 120 RS7 5300 Red ■ 632 624 60
156 120 YS7 5300 Yellow ■ 592 589 80 2 AlInGaP
156 120 VS7 5300 Bright Green ■ 575 573 30 140 Tape and Reel 2000
156 120 GS7 5300 Green ■ 520 525 235 3.3
InGaN
156 120 BS7 5300 Blue ■ 465 470 50 3.2

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


- 70° 0° 10° Polarity Mark
100 20° (Cathode)

90 30°

1,6 ±0,2
1 2
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

80 40°
45°
70 0,6 typ.
50° 3,2 ±0,2
60

50 60°

40 1,6 ±0,2
70°
0,4 ±0,1

30
1,2 ±0,2

20
80°
10

90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
3,2 ±0,2

Recommended Land Pattern: [mm] Schematic:


1,6 ±0,2

Polarity Mark
(Cathode)
normal
1,6

use

1,6 1,8 1,6


- +
1 2
1,1 2,5 1,1

2,1
reverse O
1,6

use

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WL-SMRW
​SMD Mono-color Reverse mount Waterclear
​Size 1206 cylindrical
1
Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
50 156120RS75300
350 156120RS75300
156120YS75300 156120YS75300
45 156120VS75300 156120VS75300
156120GS75300 156120GS75300
156120BS75300 300
156120BS75300
40

35 250

Luminous Intensity [mcd]


Forward Current [mA]

30
200
25
150
20

15 100

10
50
5

0 0
0,0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

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WL-SMRW
​SMD Mono-color Reverse mount Waterclear
​Size 1206 dome
Characteristics: Applications:
■ Ideal for narrow space applications ■ Front panel indicators
■ Narrow viewing angle ■ LCD backlighting
■ Low power consumption ■ Backlighting for keypad, symbol and switch button
■ Industry standard footprint ■ Messaenger board
■ Small package for exceptional brightness ■ Networking and telecommunications
■ To emit light through a small cut-out hole in PCB ■ Mobile devices
■ Compatible with automatic placement machine ■ Instrumentation
■ Fitness wearables
■ Audio and video
■ Medical and healthcare

NEW!

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 20 mA (typ.)


λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Tech- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Emitting Color Packaging
(nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) nology (°) Unit (Qty.)
156 120 SS8 2500 Super Red ■ 645 630 900
156 120 RS8 2500 Red ■ 632 624 1100
156 120 AS8 2500 Amber ■ 609 605 2200 2 AlInGaP
156 120 YS8 2500 Yellow ■ 591 589 1400 20 Tape and Reel 2000
156 120 VS8 2500 Bright Green ■ 575 573 1050
156 120 GS8 2500 Green ■ 520 525 1500 3.3
InGaN
156 120 BS8 2500 Blue ■ 465 470 700 3.2

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


-10° 0° Polarity Mark
10° (Cathode) 2
100 20° 1

90 30°
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

40°
80
45°
70 0,6 typ.
50°
60
3,2 ±0,1
50 60°
1,62 ±0,1
40
70°
30
1,85 ±0,1

20
80°
10
0,3

90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

0,6 typ.

Recommended Land Pattern: [mm] Schematic:


1,6 ±0,1

Polarity Mark
(Cathode)

1,0 2,0 1,0

- +
1,6

1 2

1 2
O 1,8

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WL-SMRW
​SMD Mono-color Reverse mount Waterclear
​Size 1206 dome
1
Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
35 3000
156120SS82500
156120RS82500
2800 156120SS82500
156120RS82500
30 156120AS82500 2600
156120AS82500
156120VS82500
2400 156120VS82500
156120YS82500
156120YS82500
156120GS82500 2200
25 156120GS82500

Luminous intensity [mcd]


156120BS82500 2000 156120BS82500
Forward Current [mA]

1800
20
1600
1400
15 1200
1000
10 800
600
5 400
200
0 0
0,0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 0,0 5,0 10,0 15,0 20,0 25,0 30,0
Forward Voltage [V] Forward current [mA]

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WL-SBRW
​SMD Bi-color Reverse mount Waterclear
​Size 1205 rectangular
Characteristics: Applications:
■ Bi-color ■ Front panel indicators
■ Ideal for narrow space applications ■ LCD backlighting
■ Wide viewing angle ■ Backlighting for keypad, symbol and switch button
■ Low power consumption ■ Messenger board
■ Industry standard footprint ■ Networking and telecommunications
■ Small package for exceptional brightness
■ To emit light through a small cut-out hole in PCB
■ Compatible with automatic placement machine

NEW!

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 20 mA (typ.)


λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Tech- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Emitting Color Packaging
(nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) nology (°) Unit (Qty.)

156 125 RG7 3000


Red ■ 632 624 180 2 AlInGaP +
Green ■ 520 525 285 3.3 InGaN

156 125 RV7 3000


Red ■ 632 624 110 2
AlInGaP 120 Tape and Reel 3000
Bright Green ■ 573 571 170 2.1

156 125 RB7 3000


Red ■ 632 624 45 2 AlInGaP +
Blue ■ 468 470 70 3.3 InGaN

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


- 60° 0° 10°
100 20°
30° 2 3
90

80 40°
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

0,45
45°
70 0,3
1 4
50° 2,2 0,5
60
Cathode Mark
50 60°

40 3,2
0,28
70°
30
0,8
20
80°
1,2
10

90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

0,7 1,8 0,7

Recommended Land Pattern: [mm]


1,2
0,45
0,3

2,2 0,9
1 4
0,85
0,3

2 3
O 2,2

Schematics: 156125RG73000 Schematics: 156125RV73000 Schematics: 156125RB73000

- + - + - +
2 3 2 3 2 3

R R R

- + - + - +
1 4 1 4 1 4
G V B

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WL-SBRW
​SMD Bi-color Reverse mount Waterclear
​Size 1205 rectangular
1
Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
35 300
156125RV73000 156125RV73000
280
156125RV73000 156125RV73000
30 260
240

25 220

Luminous Intensity [mcd]


200
Forward Current [mA]

180
20
160
140
15
120
100
10 80
60
5 40
20
0 0
0,0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
35 500
156125RG73000 156125RG73000
156125RG73000 450 156125RG73000
30
400

25 350
Luminous Intensity [mcd]
Forward Current [mA]

300
20
250
15
200

10 150

100
5
50

0 0
0,0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
35 150
156125RB73000 156125RB73000
140 156125RB73000
156125RB73000
30 130
120

25 110
Luminous Intensity [mcd]

100
Forward Current [mA]

90
20
80
70
15
60
50
10 40
30
5 20
10
0 0
0,0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

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WL-SFRW
​SMD Full-color Reverse mount Waterclear
​Size 1205 rectangular
Characteristics: Applications:
■ RGB ■ Front panel indicators
■ Ideal for narrow space applications ■ LCD backlighting
■ Wide viewing angle ■ Backlighting for keypad, symbol and switch button
■ Low power consumption
■ Industry standard footprint
■ Small package for exceptional brightness
■ To emit light through a small cut-out hole in PCB
■ Compatible with automatic placement machine

NEW!

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 20 mA (typ.)


Emitting λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Techno- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Packaging
Color (nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) logy (°) Unit (Qty.)
Red ■ 632 624 80 2
AlInGaP +
156 125 M17 3000 Green ■ 520 525 280
3.3 InGaN
120 Tape and Reel 3000
Blue ■ 468 470 70

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


- 60° 0° 10°
100 20°
90 30° 2 3
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

80 40°
45°

0,45
0,3
70 1 4
50° 2,2 0,5
60
Cathode Mark
50 60°
40 3,2

0,28
70°
30

0,8
20
80°
1,2
10
90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
0,7 1,8 0,7

Recommended Land Pattern: [mm] Schematic:


1,2
0,45
0,3

G
2,2 0,9
-
1 4 R 1
0,85

R
- +
G 2 4
0,3

2 3 B
O 2,2 -
B 3

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WL-SFRW
​SMD Full-color Reverse mount Waterclear
​Size 1205 rectangular
1
Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
35 500
156125M173000 156125M173000
450
30 156125M173000 156125M173000
156125M173000
400 156125M173000

25 350

Luminous Intensity [mcd]


300
Forward Current [mA]

20
250
15
200

10 150

100
5
50

0 0
0,0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

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WL-SMTW
​SMD Mono-color TOP LED Waterclear
​Size 2214
Characteristics: Applications:
PLCC 2 ■ Low energy consumtion ■ Backlight in LCD, cellular phones, switches, keys,
■ High reliability displays
■ Low current requirement ■ lluminated advertising, panel
■ Fast switching ■ Lighting device: indicator, general lighting
■ Flexibility in design ■ Camera flash, hand carrier flash
■ Top view ■ Coupling into light guides
■ PLCC 2 white package
■ Compact package outline, ideal for miniature
applications
■ Variety of colors
■ ESD Protection with a Zener diode
NEW!

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 20 mA (typ.)


Emitting λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Tech- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Packaging
Color (nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) nology (°) Unit (Qty.)
150 224 SS7 3100 Super Red ■ 652 636 130 2.1
150 224 AS7 3100 Amber ■ 609 605 210 2 AlInGaP
150 224 YS7 3100 Yellow ■ 589 586 290 2.1 120 Tape and Reel 2000
150 224 GS7 3100 Green ■ 519 528 1200
3 InGaN
150 224 BS7 3100 Blue ■ 452 456 220

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


- 60° 0° 10°
100 20°
90 30°
1 2
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

0,9
80 40°

70 0,55
50° 2,3
60
50 60°
40
70° 2,0
30
20
80°
1,31

10
90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

Polarity
(Cathode)

Recommended Land Pattern: [mm] Schematic:


1,4

0,8 1,2 0,8 2 1


+ -
1,0

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WL-SMTW
​SMD Mono-color TOP LED Waterclear
​Size 2214
1
Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage:
35
150224SS73100
150224AS73100
30
150224YS73100
150224GS73100
25 150224BS73100
Forward Current [mA]

20

15

10

0
0,0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0
Forward Voltage [V]

Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
2500 550
150224SS73100
150224GS73100 500
150224AS73100
2000 450
150224YS73100
400
150224BS73100
Luminous Intensity [mcd]

Luminous Intensity [mcd]

350
1500
300

250
1000
200

150
500 100

50

0 0
0 10 20 30 0 10 20 30
Forward Current [mA] Forward Current [mA]

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WL-SMTW
​SMD Mono-color TOP LED Waterclear
​Size 3528
Characteristics: Applications:
■ Low energy consumption ■ Portable computers boards
■ High reliability ■ Signage and indirect illumination
■ Low current requirement ■ Flat lamp
■ Fast switching ■ Indicator and backlight in
■ No UV/IR radiation automotive,telecommunication
■ Slim ■ Consumer application: dash-board, telephone or A/V
■ Miniature size equipments
■ Flexibility in design ■ Flat backlight for LCDs, switches and symbols
■ Top view ■ Optical indicators
■ Indoor and outdoor displays
■ Scanner
■ General lighting

PLCC 2

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 20 mA (typ.)


λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Tech- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Emitting Color Packaging
(nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) nology (°) Unit (Qty.)
150 141 RS7 3100 Red ■ 630 625 300
150 141 AS7 3100 Amber ■ 610 605 330
2 AlInGaP
150 141 YS7 3100 Yellow ■ 592 590 300
120 Tape and Reel 2000
150 141 VS7 3100 Bright Green ■ 572 570 90
150 141 GS7 3100 Green ■ 515 525 1000 3.1
InGaN
150 141 BS7 3100 Blue ■ 465 470 270 3.2

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


-60° 0° 10°
100 20°
30° 4 2
90
2,2 ±0,2
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

80 40°
45° 3 1
0,63 typ.

70
50° 1,9 ±0,2
60 0,8 typ.

50 60°

40 3,5 ±0,2
70° 3,2 ±0,2
30
0,15 typ.

20
1,9 ±0,2

80°
10

90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
Polarity Mark
(Cathode)

Recommended Land Pattern: [mm] Schematic:


2,8 ±0,2

O 2,4 ±0,2

4,6
1,6 1,5

3
0,9

1
- +
1 2
0,8

2,6

4 2

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WL-SMTW
​SMD Mono-color TOP LED Waterclear
​Size 3528
1
Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
50 150141RS73100
150141RS73100
150141AS73100 150141AS73100
1200
45 150141YS73100 150141YS73100
150141VS73100 150141VS73100
150141GS73100 150141GS73100
40 150141BS73100 150141BS73100
1000
35

Luminous Intensity [mcd]


Forward Current [mA]

30 800

25
600
20

15 400

10
200
5

0 0
0.0 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

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WL-SBTW
​SMD Bi-color TOP LED Waterclear
​Size 3528
Characteristics: Applications:
■ Low energy consumption ■ Flat backlight for LCDs, switches and symbols
■ High reliability ■ Decorative lighting
■ Low current requirement
■ Fast switching
■ No UV/IR radiation
■ None diffused lens
■ Black surface
■ Compact package outline

PLCC 4

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 20 mA (typ.)


λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Tech- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Emitting Color Packaging
(nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) nology (°) Unit (Qty.)

150 141 RB7 3100


Red ■ 630 625 260 2 AlInGaP +
Blue ■ 465 470 240 3.2 InGaN

150 141 RV7 3100


Red ■ 630 625 250
AlInGaP 120 Tape and Reel 2000
Bright Green ■ 572 570 60 2

150 141 YB7 3100


Yellow ■ 592 590 220 AlInGaP +
Blue ■ 465 470 240 3.2 InGaN

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


- 60° 0° 10°
100 20°
30° 4 2
90
2,2 ±0,2
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

80 40°
45° 3 1
0,63 typ.

70
50° 1,9 ±0,2
60 0,8 typ.

50 60°
40 3,5 ±0,2
70° 3,2 ±0,2
30
0,15 typ.

20
1,9 ±0,2

80°
10
90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
Polarity Mark
(Cathode)

Recommended Land Pattern: [mm]


2,8 ±0,2

4,6
1,6 1,5 O 2,4 ±0,2

3
0,9

1
0,8

2,6

4 2

Schematics: 150141RB73100 Schematics: 150141RV73100 Schematics: 150141YB73100

- + - + - +
3 1 3 1 3 1

R R Y

- + - + - +
4 2 4 2 4 2

B V B

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WL-SBTW
​SMD Bi-color TOP LED Waterclear
​Size 3528
1
Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
50 400
45 150141RB73100
150141RB73100 350
40 150141RB73100
150141RB73100
300
35

Luminous Intensity [mcd]


Forward Current [mA]

30 250

25 200

20
150
15
100
10
50
5

0 0
0,0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
50 400
150141RV73100
45 350
150141RV73100 150141RV73100
40 150141RV73100
300
35
Luminous Intensity [mcd]
Forward Current [mA]

250
30

25 200

20
150
15
100
10

5 50

0 0
0,0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
50 400
45 150141YB73100 150141YB73100
350 150141YB73100
150141YB73100
40
300
Luminous Intensity [mcd]

35
Forward Current [mA]

30 250

25 200

20
150
15
100
10
50
5

0 0
0,0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

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WL-SFTW
​SMD Full-color TOP LED Waterclear
​Size 3528
Characteristics: Applications:
■ Low energy consumption ■ Flash light
■ High reliability ■ Switch indicators
■ Low current requirement ■ Equipments indicators
■ Fast switching ■ Accent and decorative lighting
■ No UV/IR radiation ■ Electronic signage
■ High brightness ■ Video displays
■ RGB individual control ■ Backlight for LCDs, PDAs and TVs
■ Compact package outline ■ Oven, microwave
■ Black surface ■ Street lighting
■ Ideal for lateral coupling in light guides

PLCC 4

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 20 mA (typ.)


Emitting λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Techno- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Packaging
Color (nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) logy (°) Unit (Qty.)
Red ■ 635 625 270 2
AlInGaP +
150 141 M17 3100 Green ■ 515 520 950
3.2 InGaN
120 Tape and Reel 2000
Blue ■ 465 470 230

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


-60° 0° 10°
100 20°
90 30° 4 2

2,2 ±0,2
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

80 40°
45° 3 1
0,63 typ.

70
50° 1,9 ±0,2
60 0,8 typ.
50 60°

40 3,5 ±0,2
70° 3,2 ±0,2
30
0,15 typ.

20
1,9 ±0,2

80°
10

90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
Polarity Mark
(Cathode; red LED)

3 1
Recommended Land Pattern: [mm] Schematic:
2,8 ±0,2

4 2

O 2,4 ±0,2

4,6 -
1,6 1,5 4
G

3
0,9

1
Common Anode + -
1 3
0,8

2,6

4 2
-
2
B

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WL-SFTW
​SMD Full-color TOP LED Waterclear
​Size 3528
1
Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
50
150141M173100
1400
150141M73100
45
150141M173100
150141M73100
40 1200
150141M73100 150141M173100

35

Luminous Intensity [mcd]


1000
Forward Current [mA]

30
800
25

20 600

15
400
10
200
5

0 0
0,0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

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WL-SMDC
​SMD Mono-color Ceramic LED Waterclear
​Size 3535
Characteristics: Applications:
■ SMD ceramic package with high efficiency ■ Architectural lighting indoor
■ Waterclear silicone lense ■ Entertainment and stage lighting
■ High brightness with minimal side emission ■ Indoor smart lights
■ Flexible coupling with secondary optic ■ Horticultural lighting
■ Narrow viewing angle: 125° ■ Aquarium lighting
■ Moistuire Sensitivity Level: 2 ■ Traffic and signal lights
■ Electrically neutral thermal path
■ Low thermal resistance
■ LED junction temperature: 125°C / 150°C

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 350 mA (typ.)


Emitting λPeak typ. λDom typ. ΦV typ. VF typ. Chip Techno- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Packaging
Color (nm) (nm) (lm) (V) logy (°) Unit (Qty.)
150 353 RS7 4500 Red ■ 635 625 55
2.2 AlInGaP
150 353 YS7 4500 Yellow ■ 593 590 50
125 Tape and Reel 1000
150 353 GS7 4500 Green ■ 520 525 85 3.4
InGaN
150 353 BS7 4500 Blue ■ 455 460 25 3.2

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


3,3
- 62,5° 0° 10° 0,5
100 20° 1,3

90 30°
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

80 40°
45° 3,3
70 1 2
50°
60

50 60° Thermal pad


62,5°
40
3,45
70° O 2,6
30

20
0,71

80°
2

10

90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
3,45

Recommended Land Pattern: [mm] Schematic:

4,1 Polarity Mark


(Cathode)
3,3
2,3 Dimensions are ±0.15 mm

1,3

- +
0,5

1 2
3,3

Protection device

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WL-SMDC
​SMD Mono-color Ceramic LED Waterclear
​Size 3535
1
Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
800 160
150353RS74500
150353RS74500 150353YS74500
150353YS74500 150353GS74500
700 140
150353GS74500 150353BS74500
150353BS74500
600 120
Forward Current [mA]

500 100

Luminous Flux [lm]


400 80

300 60

200 40

100 20

0 0
0,0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

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WL-TMRW
​THT Mono-color Round Waterclear
​Size 3 mm - with stopper
Characteristics: Applications:
■ Low energy consumption ■ Indicator light
■ High reliability ■ Displays
■ Low current requirement ■ Traffic signal light
■ Fast switching ■ Marker lights
■ No UV/IR radiation ■ Commercial outdoor advertising
■ Easy installation ■ Energy saving lamp
■ Ultra high luminous efficacy ■ Backlight
■ Versatile mounting on PC boards
■ Ammopack available on request

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 20 mA (typ.)


Emitting λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Techno- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Packaging
Color (nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) logy (°) Unit (Qty.)
151 033 RS0 3000 Red ■ 628 621 2600
2 AlInGaP
151 033 YS0 3000 Yellow ■ 592 589 2100
30 Bulk 500
151 033 GS0 3000 Green ■ 525 530 15000 3.2
InGaN
151 033 BS0 3000 Blue ■ 465 470 3800 2.8

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


-15° 0° 10° 15°
100 20° detail A
90 30°
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

80 40° 1,2 typ.

1 typ.
2,54 typ.
45°
70
50°
60 O 3,0 ±0,25
50 60°
10,5 ±0,4

40
70° A
5,3 ±0,25

0,8 typ.
30

20
25,4 ±0,25

80°
10

90°
1 Min.

-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

q 0,5 typ.

Recommended Hole Pattern: [mm] Schematic:


3,9 ±0,25

O1

- +
1 2

2,54

Scale - 5:1

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WL-TMRW
​THT Mono-color Round Waterclear
​Size 3 mm - with stopper
1
Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
50 30000
151033RS03000 0151033GS03000
151033YS03000
28000
45
151033GS03000 26000
151033BS03000
40 24000
22000
35
20000
Forward Current [mA]

Luminous Intensity [mcd]


30 18000
16000
25
14000
20 12000
10000
15
8000
10 6000
4000
5
2000
0 0
0,0 0,5 1,0 1,5 2,0 2,5 3,0 3,5 4,0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:


9000
151033RS03000
151033YS03000
8000
151033BS03000

7000

6000
Luminous Intensity [mcd]

5000

4000

3000

2000

1000

0
0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50
Forward Current [mA]

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WL-TMRW
​THT Mono-color Round Waterclear
​Size 3 mm - without stopper
Characteristics: Applications:
■ Low energy consumption ■ Indicator light
■ High reliability ■ Displays
■ Low current requirement ■ Traffic signal light
■ Fast switching ■ Marker lights
■ No UV/IR radiation ■ Commercial outdoor advertising
■ Easy installation ■ Energy saving lamp
■ Ultra high luminous efficacy ■ Backlight
■ Versatile mounting on PC boards
■ Ammopack available on request

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 20 mA (typ.)


Emitting λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Techno- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Packaging
Color (nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) logy (°) Unit (Qty.)
151 034 RS0 3000 Red ■ 628 621 2600
2 AlInGaP
151 034 YS0 3000 Yellow ■ 592 589 2100
30 Bulk 500
151 034 GS0 3000 Green ■ 525 530 10000 3.2
InGaN
151 034 BS0 3000 Blue ■ 465 470 2400 2.8

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


-15° 0° 10° 15°
100 20° detail A
90 30°
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

40° 2,54 typ.

1 typ.
80 0,7 typ.
45°
70
50° O 3 ±0,25
60

50 60°
10,5 ±0,4

40 A 5,3 ±0,25

0,8 typ.
70°
30
25,4 ±0,25

20
80°
10
1 Min.

90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

q 0,5 typ.

Recommended Hole Pattern: [mm] Schematic:


3,9 ±0,25

O1

- +
1 2

2,54

Scale - 5:1

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WL-TMRW
​THT Mono-color Round Waterclear
​Size 3 mm - without stopper
1
Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
50 20000
151034RS03000 0151034GS03000
151034YS03000
45 18000
151034GS03000

40 151034BS03000 16000

35 14000
Forward Current [mA]

Luminous Intensity [mcd]


30 12000

25 10000

20 8000

15 6000

10 4000

5 2000

0 0
0,0 0,5 1,0 1,5 2,0 2,5 3,0 3,5 4,0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:


5000
151034RS03000
4500 151034YS03000
151034BS03000
4000

3500
Luminous Intensity [mcd]

3000

2500

2000

1500

1000

500

0
0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50
Forward Current [mA]

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WL-TMRW
​THT Mono-color Round Waterclear
​Size 5 mm - with stopper
Characteristics: Applications:
■ Low energy consumption ■ Indicator light
■ High reliability ■ Displays
■ Low current requirement ■ Traffic signal light
■ Fast switching ■ Energy saving lamp
■ No UV/IR radiation ■ Backlight
■ Easy installation ■ LED Displays
■ Ultra high luminous efficacy ■ Electronic and optical indicator
■ Versatile mounting on PC boards ■ PBC mounted panel indicator
■ Ammopack available on request ■ Commercial outdoor advertising
■ Variable message sign

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 20 mA (typ.)


Emitting λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Techno- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Packaging
Color (nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) logy (°) Unit (Qty.)
151 053 RS0 3000 Red ■ 631 623 5000 1.9
AlInGaP
30
151 053 YS0 4500 Yellow ■ 592 590 1500 2.1 45
Bulk 500
151 053 GS0 3000 Green ■ 515 522 10000 3.4
InGaN
30
151 053 BS0 4500 Blue ■ 461 465 2000 2.7 45

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


-15° 0° 10° 15°
100 20° detail A
90 30°
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

40°
80

1 typ.
2,54 typ. 1,2 typ.
45°
70
50°
60 O 5 ±0,25

50 60°
11,7 u0,4

40
70°
1 typ.
8,6 ±0,25

30 A
25,4 ±0,25

20
80°
10
+-
1 Min.

90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
q0,5 typ.

Viewing Angle:
5,8 ±0,25

-22,5° 0° 10°
100 20° 22,5°
90 30°
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

80 40°
45°
70
50°
60 Recommended Hole Pattern: [mm]
50 60°

40
70°
30

20 O1
80°
10

90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

2,54

Scale - 5:1

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WL-TMRW
​THT Mono-color Round Waterclear
​Size 5 mm - with stopper
1
Schematic:

- +
1 2

Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage:


50
151053RS03000
151053YS04500
45 151053GS03000
151053BS04500

40

35
Forward Current [mA]

30

25

20

15

10

0
0,0 0,5 1,0 1,5 2,0 2,5 3,0 3,5 4,0
Forward Voltage [V]

Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
13000 20000
151053RS03000 0151053GS03000
12000 151053YS04500
18000
151053BS04500
11000
16000
10000
9000 14000
Luminous Intensity [mcd]

Luminous Intensity [mcd]

8000 12000
7000
10000
6000
5000 8000

4000 6000
3000
4000
2000
2000
1000
0 0
0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50
Forward Current [mA] Forward Current [mA]

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WL-TMRW
​THT Mono-color Round Waterclear
​Size 5 mm - without stopper
Characteristics: Applications:
■ Low energy consumption ■ Indicator light
■ High reliability ■ Displays
■ Low current requirement ■ Traffic signal light
■ Fast switching ■ Energy saving lamp
■ No UV/IR radiation ■ Backlight
■ Easy installation ■ LED Displays
■ Ultra high luminous efficacy ■ Electronic and optical indicator
■ Versatile mounting on PC boards ■ PBC mounted panel indicator
■ Ammopack available on request ■ Commercial outdoor advertising
■ Variable message sign

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 20 mA (typ.)


Emitting λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Techno- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Packaging
Color (nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) logy (°) Unit (Qty.)
151 054 RS0 3000 Red ■ 631 623 5000 1.9
AlInGaP
30
151 054 YS0 4500 Yellow ■ 592 590 1500 2.1 45
Bulk 500
151 054 GS0 3000 Green ■ 515 522 10000 3.4
InGaN
30
151 054 BS0 4500 Blue ■ 461 465 2000 2.7 45

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


-15° 0° 10°
100 15° 20°
detail A
90 30°
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

80 40°
45°

1 typ.
2,54 typ. 0,7 typ.
70
50°
60

50 60° O 5 ±0,25
11,7 u0,4

40
70°
30
1 typ.
8,6 ±0,25

A
25,4 ±0,25

20
80°
10
1 Min.

90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 + - q 0,5 typ.
5,8 ±0,25

Viewing Angle:
-22,5° 0° 10°
100 20° 22,5°
90 30°
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

80 40°
45°
70
50°
60 Recommended Hole Pattern: [mm]
50 60°

40
70°
30

20 O1
80°
10

90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

2,54

Scale - 5:1

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WL-TMRW
​THT Mono-color Round Waterclear
​Size 5 mm - without stopper
1
Schematic:

- +
1 2

Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage:


50
151054RS03000
151054YS04500
45 151054GS03000
151054BS04500

40

35
Forward Current [mA]

30

25

20

15

10

0
0,0 0,5 1,0 1,5 2,0 2,5 3,0 3,5 4,0
Forward Voltage [V]

Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
13000 20000
151054RS03000 0151054GS03000
12000 151054YS04500
151054BS04500
18000
11000
16000
10000
9000 14000
Luminous Intensity [mcd]

Luminous Intensity [mcd]

8000 12000
7000
10000
6000
5000 8000

4000 6000
3000
4000
2000
2000
1000
0 0
0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50
Forward Current [mA] Forward Current [mA]

11/16 Würth Elektronik eiPal® 89


WL-TMRC
​THT Mono-color Round Color
​Size 3 mm - without stopper
Characteristics: Applications:
■ Low energy consumption ■ Status light
■ High reliability ■ Light guide design
■ Low current requirement ■ Commercial advertising
■ Fast switching ■ Decorative lighting
■ No UV/IR radiation ■ Interior and exterior lighting
■ Easy installation ■ Outdoor LED panels
■ Variety of lens-color ■ Instrumentation and front panel indicator
■ Variety of viewing angle ■ Traffic signal light
■ Ammopack available on request ■ Electronic appliance
■ Toys

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 20 mA (typ.)


λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Tech- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Emitting Color Packaging
(nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) nology (°) Unit (Qty.)
151 031 SS0 6000 650 640 35 2.2 AlGaAs 60
151 031 SS0 4000
Super Red ■ 640 635 160 40
2 AlInGaP
151 031 YS0 6000 592 110
151 031 YS0 5900
Yellow ■ 585
590
30 GaAsP/GaP
60 Bulk 500
2.1
151 031 VS0 4000 573 570 120 AlInGaP 40
151 031 VS0 6000
Bright Green ■ 560 568 30 2.2 GaAsP/GaP 60

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


-20° 0° 10°
100 20° detail A
90 30°
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

40° 2,54 typ. 0,75 typ.

1 typ.
80
45°
70
50°
60 3 ±0,25

50 60°
10,97 ±0,4

40
1 typ.
5,3 ±0,25

70°
30
A
25,4 ±0,25

20
80°
10
1 min.

90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

+ - q 0,5 typ.

Viewing Angle:
3,85 ±0,25

-30° 0° 10°
100 20°
90 30°
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

80 40°
45°
70

60
50°
Recommended Hole Pattern: [mm]
50 60°

40
70°
30

20
O1
80°
10

90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

2,54

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WL-TMRC
​THT Mono-color Round Color
​Size 3 mm - without stopper
1
Schematic:

- +
1 2

Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
50 80
151031SS06000 75 151031SS06000
45 151031YS05900 151031YS05900
151031VS06000 70 151031VS06000

40 65
60
35 55
Luminous Intensity [mcd]

50
30
Forward Current [mA]

45
25 40
35
20
30
15 25
20
10 15
10
5
5
0 0
0.0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
50 450
151031SS04000 151031SS04000
151031YS06000
45 151031VS04000 400 151031YS06000
151031VS04000

40
350
35
300
Luminous Intensity [mcd]
Forward Current [mA]

30
250
25
200
20
150
15
100
10

5 50

0 0
0.0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

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WL-TMRC
​THT Mono-color Round Color
​Size 5 mm - without stopper
Characteristics: Applications:
■ Low energy consumption ■ Status light
■ High reliability ■ Light guide design
■ Low current requirement ■ Commercial advertising
■ Fast switching ■ Decorative lighting
■ No UV/IR radiation ■ Interior and exterior lighting
■ Easy installation ■ Outdoor LED panels
■ Variety of lens-color ■ Instrumentation and front panel indicator
■ Variety of viewing angle ■ Traffic signal light
■ Ammopack available on request ■ Electronic and communication appliance
■ Toys

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 20 mA (typ.)


λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Tech- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Emitting Color Packaging
(nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) nology (°) Unit (Qty.)
151 051 RS1 1000 Red ■ 650 645 30
2.1
AlGaInP 60
151 051 SS0 4000 Super Red ■ 640 635 250
151 051 YS0 4000 Yellow ■ 592 590 450 2 AlInGaP
40
Bulk 250
151 051 VS0 4000 Bright Green ■ 573 572 140 2.1
151 051 BS0 4000 Blue ■ 465 470 500 3.2 GaN

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


-20° 0° 10°
100 20° detail A
90 30°
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

80 40° 2,54 typ. 0,75 typ.

1 typ.
45°
70
50° 4,9 ±0,25
60 8,7 ±0,25

50 60°
13,2 ±0,4

40
70°
1 typ.

30
A
20
25,4 ±0,25

80°
10

90°
1 min.

-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

+ - q 0,5 typ.

Viewing Angle:
-30° 0° 10°
5,9 ±0,25

100 20°
90 30°
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

80 40°
45°
70

60
50°
Recommended Hole Pattern: [mm]
50 60°

40
70°
30

20
O1
80°
10

90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

2,54

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WL-TMRC
​THT Mono-color Round Color
​Size 5 mm - without stopper
1
Schematic:

- +
1 2

Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage:


35
151051RS11000
151051YS04000
30 151051VS04000
151051BS04000
151051SS04000
25
Forward Current [mA]

20

15

10

0
0.0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0
Forward Voltage [V]

Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current: Luminous Intensity vs. Forward Current:
1000 70
950 151051YS04000
0151051RS11000
151051VS04000
900 151051BS04000
850 151051SS04000 60
800
750
700 50
Luminous Intensity [mcd]

Luminous Intensity [mcd]

650
600
40
550
500
450
30
400
350
300 20
250
200
150 10
100
50
0 0
0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50
Forward Current [mA] Forward Current [mA]

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WR-LECO
​LED Connector

WR-LECO
SMT Angled Plug Connection
1.50 mm Pitch
Dimensions
Order Code Pins Pl L L1
(mm) (mm) (mm)
695 402 150 122 2 1.50 6.80 6.00
695 403 150 122 3 3.00 8.30 7.50
695 404 150 122 4 4.50 9.80 9.00
695 405 150 122 5 6.00 11.30 10.50

WR-LECO
SMT Angled Receptacle Connection
1.50 mm Pitch
Dimensions
Order Code Pins Pl L L1
(mm) (mm) (mm)
695 402 151 122 2 1.50 6.80 5.00
695 403 151 122 3 3.00 8.30 6.50
695 404 151 122 4 4.50 9.80 8.00
695 405 151 122 5 6.00 11.30 9.50

WR-LECO
SMT Angled Hermaphroditic Connection
2.54 mm Pitch
Dimensions
Order Code Pins
695 402 250 128 2

WR-LECO
Series 400 – SMT Horizontal Entry Connector
4.00 mm Pitch – 4.6 mm Height
Dimensions
Order Code Pins Pl L
(mm) (mm)
695 401 400 222 1 – 4
695 402 400 222 2 4 8
695 403 400 222 3 8 12

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​ etric Spacer & Testing Tweezer
M

1
WA-SLED
Metric Spacer for 3 mm and 5 mm LED
Characteristics
� Material: Nylon 66
� Colour: Black
� Temperature resistance: –30 ºC up to +85 ºC
� Flammability according to: UL 94 V-2
� Soldering:
solder temperature JEDEC lead free wave soldering

Dimensions (mm) Dimensions (mm) Dimensions (mm)


Order Code L Packaging Order Code L Packaging
(mm) Unit (mm) Unit
705 820 015 1.5 705 820 130 13.0
705 820 020 2.0 705 820 135 13.5

2,5 ±0,2
705 820 025 2.5 705 820 140 14.0
705 820 030 3.0 705 820 145 14.5
705 820 035 3.5 705 820 150 15.0 2000 1,0 ±0,2
705 820 040 4.0 705 820 155 15.5
705 820 045 4.5 705 820 160 16.0
705 820 050 5.0 705 820 170 17.0 Ø 4,5 ±0,2

705 820 055 5.5 705 820 180 18.0


705 820 060 6.0
705 820 065 6.5 Dimensions

L
705 820 070 7.0 2000
705 820 075 7.5
705 820 080 8.0
705 820 085 8.5
705 820 090 9.0 3,0 ±0,2
0,8 ±0,2

705 820 095 9.5


705 820 100 10.0
4,25 ±0,2

705 820 105 10.5


705 820 110 11.0
705 820 115 11.5
705 820 120 12.0
705 820 125 12.5

Multifunctional Testing Tweezer


The compact Testing Tweezer is specifically designed
for quick and easy testing of small electronic
components such as switches, LEDs, resistance, fuses
or conductivity test on PCB circuits. It can also be
connected to a multimeter for resistance measurement.
In additional to LED measurement, the adjustable
current rating provides instant LED testing and
demonstration.

Dimensions (mm)
Order Code Description Dimensions W x H x D
499 904 Testing Tweezer 25 x 155 x 36

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Design Kit
L​ EDs
​Order Code 150 151

Free refill!

Electrical & Optical Characteristics:


λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Tech- 2θ50% typ.
Order Code Name Size Emitting Color
(nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) nology (°)

150 141 RB7 3100


Red ■ 630 625 260 2 AlInGaP +
Blue ■ 465 470 240 3.2 InGaN

150 141 RV7 3100 WL-SBTW 3528


Red ■ 630 625 250
AlInGaP
Bright Green ■ 572 570 60 2

150 141 YB7 3100


Yellow ■ 592 590 220
Blue ■ 465 470 240 3.2
AlInGaP +
Red ■ 635 625 270 2
InGaN
150 141 M17 3100 WL-SFTW 3528 Green ■ 515 520 950
3.2
Blue ■ 465 470 230
150 224 SS7 3100 Super Red ■ 652 636 130 2.1
120
150 224 AS7 3100 Amber ■ 609 605 210 2 AlInGaP
150 224 YS7 3100 WL-SMTW 2214 Yellow ■ 589 586 290 2.1
150 224 GS7 3100 Green ■ 519 528 1200
3 InGaN
150 224 BS7 3100 Blue ■ 452 456 220
150 141 RS7 3100 Red ■ 630 625 300
150 141 AS7 3100 Amber ■ 610 605 330
2 AlInGaP
150 141 YS7 3100
WL-SMTW 3528
Yellow ■ 592 590 300
150 141 VS7 3100 Bright Green ■ 572 570 90
150 141 GS7 3100 Green ■ 515 525 1000 3.1
InGaN
150 141 BS7 3100 Blue ■ 465 470 270 3.2
150 353 RS7 4500 Red ■ 635 625 55
2.2 AlInGaP
150 353 YS7 4500
WL-SMDC 3535
Yellow ■ 593 590 50
125
150 353 GS7 4500 Green ■ 520 525 85 3.4
InGaN
150 353 BS7 4500 Blue ■ 455 460 25 3.2
151 033 RS0 3000 Red ■ 628 621 2600
2 AlInGaP
151 033 YS0 3000
WL-TMRW
3 mm - with Yellow ■ 592 589 2100
151 033 GS0 3000 stopper Green ■ 525 530 15000 3.2
InGaN
151 033 BS0 3000 Blue ■ 465 470 3800 2.8
151 034 RS0 3000 Red ■ 628 621 2600
2 AlInGaP
30
151 034 YS0 3000
WL-TMRW
3 mm -
without
Yellow ■ 592 589 2100
151 034 GS0 3000 stopper Green ■ 525 530 10000 3.2
InGaN
151 034 BS0 3000 Blue ■ 465 470 2400 2.8
151 053 RS0 3000 Red ■ 631 623 5000 1.9
AlInGaP
151 053 YS0 4500
WL-TMRW
5 mm - with Yellow ■ 592 590 1500 2.1 45
151 053 GS0 3000 stopper Green ■ 515 522 10000 3.4
InGaN
30
151 053 BS0 4500 Blue ■ 461 465 2000 2.7 45

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Design Kit
L​ EDs
​Order Code 150 151
1
Electrical & Optical Characteristics:
λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Tech- 2θ50% typ.
Order Code Name Size Emitting Color
(nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) nology (°)
151 054 RS0 3000 Red ■ 631 623 5000 1.9
AlInGaP
30
151 054 YS0 4500
WL-TMRW
5 mm -
without
Yellow ■ 592 590 1500 2.1 45
151 054 GS0 3000 stopper Green ■ 515 522 10000 3.4
InGaN
30
151 054 BS0 4500 Blue ■ 461 465 2000 2.7 45
151 031 SS0 6000 650 640 35 2.2 AlGaAs 60
151 031 SS0 4000
Super Red ■ 640 635 160 40
3 mm - 2 AlInGaP
151 031 YS0 6000 592 110
151 031 YS0 5900
WL-TMRC without Yellow ■ 585
590
30 GaAsP/GaP
60
stopper 2.1
151 031 VS0 4000 573 570 120 AlInGaP 40
151 031 VS0 6000
Bright Green ■ 560 568 30 2.2 GaAsP/GaP 60
151 051 RS1 1000 Red ■ 650 645 30
2.1
AlGaInP 60
151 051 SS0 4000 5 mm - Super Red ■ 640 635 250
151 051 YS0 4000 WL-TMRC without Yellow ■ 592 590 450 2 AlInGaP
40
151 051 VS0 4000 stopper Bright Green ■ 573 572 140 2.1
151 051 BS0 4000 Blue ■ 465 470 500 3.2 GaN

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Design Kit
L​ EDs
​Order Code 150 155

Electrical & Optical Characteristics:


λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Tech- 2θ50% typ.
Order Code Name Size Emitting Color
(nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) nology (°)

150 066 SV7 4000 WL-SBCW 0606


Super Red ■ 645 630 55
Bright Green ■ 572 570 30
AlInGaP 130
150 121 SV7 4000 WL-SBCW 1210
Super Red ■ 645 630 55 2
Bright Green ■ 572 570 30

156 125 RG7 3000


Red ■ 632 624 180 AlInGaP +
Green ■ 520 525 285 3.3 InGaN

156 125 RV7 3000 WL-SBRW


1205 rectan- Red ■ 632 624 110 2
AlInGaP
gular Bright Green ■ 573 571 170 2.1

156 125 RB7 3000


Red ■ 632 624 45 2
Blue ■ 468 470 70 3.3 AlInGaP +

155 124 RG7 3200


Red ■ 632 624 60 2 InGaN

WL-SBSW 1204
Green ■ 520 525 160 3.3

155 124 RV7 3200


Red ■ 632 624 60 2
AlInGaP
Bright Green ■ 573 571 30 2.1
Red ■ 632 624 285 2
150 066 M15 3000 WL-SFCD 0606 Green ■ 520 525 900
3.3
Blue ■ 468 470 180
Red ■ 632 624 112 2
150 080 M15 3000 WL-SFCD 0805 Green ■ 520 525 285
3.3
Blue ■ 468 470
70
Red ■ 632 624 2
120
150 121 M15 3000 WL-SFCD 1210 Green ■ 520 525 180
3.3
Blue ■ 468 470 80
Red ■ 636 622 70 1.9
150 066 M17 3000 WL-SFCW 0606 Green ■ 520 527 360
3.3
Blue ■ 468 470 80 AlInGaP +
Red ■ 632 624 112 2 InGaN
150 080 M17 3000 WL-SFCW 0805 Green ■ 520 525 285
3.3
Blue ■ 468 470
70
Red ■ 632 624 2
150 121 M17 3000 WL-SFCW 1210 Green ■ 520 525 285
3.3
Blue ■ 468 470
80
1205 rectan-
Red ■ 632 624 2
156 125 M17 3000 WL-SFRW
gular
Green ■ 520 525 280
3.3
Blue ■ 468 470 70
Red ■ 632 622 450 2
155 124 M17 3200 WL-SFSW 1204 Green ■ 515 523 850 2.8
Blue ■ 460 465 140 3

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Design Kit
L​ EDs
​Order Code 150 155
1
Electrical & Optical Characteristics:
λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Tech- 2θ50% typ.
Order Code Name Size Emitting Color
(nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) nology (°)
150 060 SS7 5000 Super Red ■ 645 630 60 1.9
150 060 RS7 5000 Red ■ 630 625 250
AlInGaP
150 060 YS7 5000
WL-SMCW 0603
Yellow ■ 595 590 120 2
150 060 VS7 5000 Bright Green ■ 572 570 40
150 060 GS7 5000 Green ■ 515 520 430
3.2 InGaN
150 060 BS7 5000 Blue ■ 465 470 145
150 080 SS7 5000 Super Red ■ 645 630 60 1.9
150 080 RS7 5000 Red ■ 630 625 150
AlInGaP
150 080 YS7 5000
WL-SMCW 0805
Yellow ■ 595 590 120 2
150 080 VS7 5000 Bright Green ■ 572 570 40
150 080 GS7 5000 Green ■ 515 520 450
3.2 InGaN
150 080 BS7 5000 Blue ■ 465 470 145
140
150 120 SS7 5000 Super Red ■ 645 630 60 1.9
150 120 RS7 5000 Red ■ 630 625 150
150 120 AS7 5000 Amber ■ 610 605 140
2
AlInGaP
150 120 YS7 5000 WL-SMCW 1206 Yellow ■ 595 590 120
150 120 VS7 5000 Bright Green ■ 572 570 40
150 120 GS7 5000 Green ■ 515 520 450
3.2 InGaN
150 120 BS7 5000 Blue ■ 465 470 145
156 120 RS7 5300 Red ■ 632 624 60
156 120 YS7 5300
1206 cylin-
Yellow ■ 592 589 80 2 AlInGaP
156 120 VS7 5300 WL-SMRW
drical
Bright Green ■ 575 573 30
156 120 GS7 5300 Green ■ 520 525 235 3.3
InGaN
156 120 BS7 5300 Blue ■ 465 470 50 3.2
156 120 SS8 2500 Super Red ■ 645 630 900
156 120 RS8 2500 Red ■ 632 624 1100
156 120 AS8 2500 Amber ■ 609 605 2200 2 AlInGaP
156 120 YS8 2500 WL-SMRW 1206 dome Yellow ■ 591 589 1400 20
156 120 VS8 2500 Bright Green ■ 575 573 1050
156 120 GS8 2500 Green ■ 520 525 1500 3.3
InGaN
156 120 BS8 2500 Blue ■ 465 470 700 3.2
156 120 RS7 5000 Red ■ 632 624 60
156 120 YS7 5000
1206 rectan-
Yellow ■ 592 589 80 2 AlInGaP
156 120 VS7 5000 WL-SMRW
gular
Bright Green ■ 575 573 30 140
156 120 GS7 5000 Green ■ 520 525 235 3.3
InGaN
156 120 BS7 5000 Blue ■ 465 470 50 3.2
155 124 RS7 3200 Red ■ 632 624
130
155 124 YS7 3200 Yellow ■ 592 589 2 AlInGaP
155 124 VS7 3200 WL-SMSW 1204 Bright Green ■ 575 573 50 120
155 124 GS7 3200 Green ■ 520 525 600 3.3
InGaN
155 124 BS7 3200 Blue ■ 468 470 150 3.4

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Design Kit
L​ ED
​Order Code 999 900 3

Electrical & Optical Characteristics:


λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Tech- 2θ50% typ.
Order Code Name Size Emitting Color
(nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) nology (°)

150 141 RB7 3100


Red ■ 630 625 260 2 AlInGaP +
Blue ■ 465 470 240 3.2 InGaN

150 141 RV7 3100 WL-SBTW 3528


Red ■ 630 625 250
AlInGaP
Bright Green ■ 572 570 60 2

150 141 YB7 3100


Yellow ■ 592 590 220 120
Blue ■ 465 470 240 3.2
AlInGaP +
Red ■ 635 625 270 2
InGaN
150 141 M17 3100 WL-SFTW 3528 Green ■ 515 520 950
3.2
Blue ■ 465 470 230
150 060 SS7 5000 Super Red ■ 645 630 60 1.9
150 060 RS7 5000 Red ■ 630 625 250
AlInGaP
150 060 YS7 5000
WL-SMCW 0603
Yellow ■ 595 590 120 2
150 060 VS7 5000 Bright Green ■ 572 570 40
150 060 GS7 5000 Green ■ 515 520 430
3.2 InGaN
150 060 BS7 5000 Blue ■ 465 470 145
150 080 SS7 5000 Super Red ■ 645 630 60 1.9
150 080 RS7 5000 Red ■ 630 625 150
AlInGaP
150 080 YS7 5000
WL-SMCW 0805
Yellow ■ 595 590 120 2
150 080 VS7 5000 Bright Green ■ 572 570 40
150 080 GS7 5000 Green ■ 515 520 450
3.2 InGaN
150 080 BS7 5000 Blue ■ 465 470 145
150 120 SS7 5000 Super Red ■ 645 630 60 1.9
150 120 RS7 5000 Red ■ 630 625 150
150 120 AS7 5000 Amber ■ 610 605 140
2
AlInGaP 140
150 120 YS7 5000 WL-SMCW 1206 Yellow ■ 595 590 120
150 120 VS7 5000 Bright Green ■ 572 570 40
150 120 GS7 5000 Green ■ 515 520 450
3.2 InGaN
150 120 BS7 5000 Blue ■ 465 470 145
156 120 RS7 5300 Red ■ 632 624 60
156 120 YS7 5300
1206 cylin-
Yellow ■ 592 589 80 2 AlInGaP
156 120 VS7 5300 WL-SMRW
drical
Bright Green ■ 575 573 30
156 120 GS7 5300 Green ■ 520 525 235 3.3
InGaN
156 120 BS7 5300 Blue ■ 465 470 50 3.2
156 120 RS7 5000 Red ■ 632 624 60
156 120 YS7 5000
1206 rectan-
Yellow ■ 592 589 80 2 AlInGaP
156 120 VS7 5000 WL-SMRW
gular
Bright Green ■ 575 573 30
156 120 GS7 5000 Green ■ 520 525 235 3.3
InGaN
156 120 BS7 5000 Blue ■ 465 470 50 3.2

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Design Kit
L​ ED
​Order Code 999 900 3
1
Electrical & Optical Characteristics:
λPeak typ. λDom typ. IV typ. VF typ. Chip Tech- 2θ50% typ.
Order Code Name Size Emitting Color
(nm) (nm) (mcd) (V) nology (°)
155 124 RS7 3200 Red ■ 632 624
130
155 124 YS7 3200 Yellow ■ 592 589 2 AlInGaP
155 124 VS7 3200 WL-SMSW 1204 Bright Green ■ 575 573 50
155 124 GS7 3200 Green ■ 520 525 600 3.3
InGaN
155 124 BS7 3200 Blue ■ 468 470 150 3.4
150 141 RS7 3100 Red ■ 630 625 300 120
150 141 AS7 3100 Amber ■ 610 605 330
2 AlInGaP
150 141 YS7 3100
WL-SMTW 3528
Yellow ■ 592 590 300
150 141 VS7 3100 Bright Green ■ 572 570 90
150 141 GS7 3100 Green ■ 515 525 1000 3.1
InGaN
150 141 BS7 3100 Blue ■ 465 470 270 3.2
151 031 SS0 6000 650 640 35 2.2 AlGaAs 60
151 031 SS0 4000
Super Red ■ 640 635 160 40
3 mm - 2 AlInGaP
151 031 YS0 6000 592 110
151 031 YS0 5900
WL-TMRC without Yellow ■ 585
590
30 GaAsP/GaP
60
stopper 2.1
151 031 VS0 4000 573 570 120 AlInGaP 40
151 031 VS0 6000
Bright Green ■ 560 568 2.2 GaAsP/GaP
30 60
151 051 RS1 1000 Red ■ 650 645 2.1 AlGaInP
151 051 YS0 4000
WL-TMRC
5 mm -
without
Yellow ■ 592 590 450 2
AlInGaP
151 051 VS0 4000 stopper Bright Green ■ 573 572 140 2.1 40
151 051 BS0 4000 Blue ■ 465 470 500 3.2 GaN
151 033 RS0 3000
3 mm - with
Red ■ 628 621 2600
2 AlInGaP
151 033 YS0 3000 WL-TMRW
stopper
Yellow ■ 592 589 2100
30
151 033 GS0 3000 Green ■ 525 530 15000 3.2 InGaN
151 053 RS0 3000 Red ■ 631 623 5000 1.9
AlInGaP
151 053 YS0 4500
WL-TMRW
5 mm - with Yellow ■ 592 590 1500 2.1 45
151 053 GS0 3000 stopper Green ■ 515 522 10000 3.4
InGaN
30
151 053 BS0 4500 Blue ■ 461 465 2000 2.7 45

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​White LEDs

TOP LED Page
WL-SWTP SMD White Top view PLCC 105
High Power Ceramic
WL-SWTC SMD White Top view Ceramic LED
100 114
Design Kits for White LED
Design Kits for White LED 119

80

Relative Intensity [%]


60

40

20

0
350 400 450

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​ eneral information White LEDs (PLCC)
G

Spectrum distribution of white LEDs (PLCC)


100
Sunrise
Warm w
Sunrise
Moonligh
Warm white Daylight
80 Moonlight Cool whi
Daylight
Cool white
Relative Intensity [%]

60
2

40

20

0
350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800

Wavelength [nm]

Characteristics
0 500 550
Abbreviation
600 650
IC material
700 750
Color
800 Forward Voltage
AlGaAs Aluminium-Gallium-Arsenide Red & Infrared 1.2 – 1.8 V
Wavelength [nm] Red & Orange 1.9 – 2.2 V
AlInGaP Aluminium-Indium-Gallium-Phosphide
Green (approx. 570 nm) 2.2 – 2.5 V
GaAsP Gallium-Arsenid-Phosphide Super Red – Yellow 2.1 V
Green (525 nm) 3.5 – 4.5 V
InGaN Indium-Gallium-Nitride
Blue & White 3.2 – 4 V
AlInGaN Aluminuim-Indium-Gallium Nitride Blue & UV 3.2 – 4.5 V

Order information:
The standard deliveries include values in the range and limitation as defined in the Electrical & Optical Properties specified in the datasheet. On each reel, only one bin is sorted and taped. The bin is
defined on intensity, chromaticity coordinate or wavelength and forward voltage. In order to ensure highest availability, the reel binning of standard deliveries can vary. A single bin cannot be ordered.
Please contact us in advance, if you need a particular bin sorting before placing your order to clarify the lead time, MOQ and pricing.

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​Photo-Biological Hazard
​according to EN 62471:2008

EN 62471:2008 (CIE S009) “Photo-Biological safety of lamps and lamp systems” reflects the state of the incoherent light source nowadays and is recommended for immediate
use.
The standard sets out requirements in terms of limiting values, methods of measurement and classification criteria. The classification of luminaires is based on hazard values
reported at a distance which produces 500 lux illuminance, but not at a distance less than 200 mm.

For the photo-biological parameters (e.g. risk of photochemical retinal damage) of each risk group, wavelength-weighted emission limits have been defined as a basis for
classification. The individual risk groups are defined as follows:
� Exempt group: Luminaires present no photo-biological hazard.
� Risk group 1 (Low-Risk): Luminaires present no hazard due to normal behavioural limitations on exposure.
� Risk group 2 (Moderate-Risk): Luminaires present no hazard due to the aversion response to very bright light sources or due to thermal discomfort.
� Risk group 3 (High-Risk): Luminaires present a hazard even for momentary or brief exposure. Use in general lighting service is not allowed.

LED light sources for general lighting are not normally IR or UV radiators, so the table as below confined to hazards that may actually be presented – does not include infrared
and ultraviolet hazards.

Results of the risk group classification for LEDs


Product Family Size Order Code Emitting color Risk group
WL-SWTP 3014 158 301 227 Sunrise n 1
WL-SWTP 3014 158 301 260 Cool white n 1
WL-SWTP 3022 158 302 227 Sunrise n 1
WL-SWTP 3022 158 302 260 Cool white n 1
WL-SWTP 5630 158 563 427 Sunrise n 1
WL-SWTP 5630 158 563 460 Cool white n 1
WL-SWTC 3535 158 353 027 Sunrise n 1
WL-SWTC 3535 158 353 060 Cool white n 1

If you need any further information, please contact our sales staff.

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WL-SWTP
​SMD White Top view PLCC
​Size 3014
Characteristics: Applications:
■ Fast switching ■ Signal lights
■ No IR radiation ■ Indoor displays
■ High CRI ■ Backlights
■ Slim and miniature size ■ General illumination, industrial and commercial
■ Low power consumption lighting systems
■ Suitable for all SMT assembly methods ■ Replacement for PLCC 3528 in T8/T5
■ Wide viewing angle
■ Various of color temperature
■ Thermal resistance junction to solder point: 38 K/W
■ LED junction temperature: 130 °C
■ Efficacy typ. 130 lm/w @ 5000 K

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 20 mA (typ.)


CCT typ. ΦV typ. VF typ. Chip Techno- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Emitting Color CRI typ. Packaging
(K) (lm) (V) logy (°) Unit (Qty.)
158 301 227 Sunrise ■ 2700
7
158 301 230 Warm White ■ 3000
85
158 301 240 Moonlight ■ 4000 7.5 3 InGaN 120 Tape and Reel 2000
158 301 250 Daylight ■ 5000
8
158 301 260 Cool White ■ 6000 90

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


- 60° 0° 10°
100 20°
90 30°
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

80 40° 2 1
0,8
45°
70
50° 0,83 1,6
60

50 60°

40
70° 3
30

20
0,8

80°
10

90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

Recommended Land Pattern: [mm] Schematic:


1,4

Polarity Mark
Anode

1,2 0,55 2
0,8

+ -
2 1
0,12

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WL-SWTP
​SMD White Top view PLCC
​Size 3014

Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Relative Luminous Flux vs. Forward Current:
40 2.0

158 301 xxx 1.8 158 301 xxx


35
1.6
30
1.4
Forward Current [mA]

Relative Luminous Flux


25 1.2

20 1.0

0.8
15
0.6
10
0.4

5 0.2

0 0.0
0.0 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

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WL-SWTP
​SMD White Top view PLCC
​Size 3022
Characteristics: Applications:
■ Fast switching ■ Decorative and Entertainment lighting
■ No IR radiation ■ Switch lights
■ High CRI ■ LED lighting fixtures
■ Compact form ■ LED decoration strips
■ Low power consumption ■ Indicator lights and backlighting for wireless mobile
■ Suitable for all SMT assembly methods devices and consumer electronics
■ Wide viewing angle ■ Flat backlight for LCD
■ Various of color temperature ■ LED backlighting and SMD type indicator lights
■ Thermal resistance junction to solder point: 38 K/W ■ LED Module
■ LED junction temperature: 130 °C ■ General lighting
■ Efficacy typ. 115 lm/W @ 5000 K

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 60 mA (typ.)


CCT typ. ΦV typ. VF typ. Chip Techno- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Emitting Color CRI typ. Packaging
(K) (lm) (V) logy (°) Unit (Qty.)
158 302 227 Sunrise ■ 2700
20
158 302 230 Warm White ■ 3000
85
158 302 240 Moonlight ■ 4000 3.2 InGaN 120 Tape and Reel 2000
158 302 250 Daylight ■ 5000 22
158 302 260 Cool White ■ 6000 90

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


- 60° 0° 10°
100 20° 0,75 0,75
0,8
90 30°
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

80 40°
45°
2
1,4
1
70
50°
60
5 Thermal pad
50 60°

40
70° 3
30
2,67
20
80°
0,8

10
0,25

90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
Polarity Mark
(Cathode)

Recommended Land Pattern: [mm] Schematic:


2,1

4
1,6
0,8

- +
1,4
2,1

1 2

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WL-SWTP
​SMD White Top view PLCC
​Size 3022

Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Relative Luminous Flux vs. Forward Current:
100 2.0

90 158 302 xxx 1.8 158 302 xxx

80 1.6

70 1.4

Relative Luminous Flux


Forward Current [mA]

60 1.2

50 1.0

40 0.8

30 0.6

20 0.4

10 0.2

0 0.0
0.0 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

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WL-SWTP
​SMD White Top view PLCC
​Size 5630
Characteristics: Applications:
■ Fast switching ■ Decorative and Entertainment lighting
■ No IR radiation ■ Light pipe application
■ High CRI ■ Indicator lights and backlighting for consumer and
■ Excellent performance and visibility industrial applications
■ Suitable for all SMT assembly methods ■ Indoor area lighting
■ Wide viewing angle ■ Downlight
■ Various of color temperature ■ Outdoor and architectural lighting systems
■ Thermal resistance juntion to solder point: 35 K/W ■ High bay & Low bay
■ LED junction temperature: 130 °C ■ Display & TV Backlight
■ Efficacy typ. 130 lm/W @ 6000 K

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 100 mA (typ.)


CCT typ. ΦV typ. VF typ. Chip Techno- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Emitting Color CRI typ. Packaging
(K) (lm) (V) logy (°) Unit (Qty.)
158 563 427 Sunrise ■ 2700
34
158 563 430 Warm White ■ 3000
85
158 563 440 Moonlight ■ 4000 36 3 InGaN 120 Tape and Reel 2000
158 563 450 Daylight ■ 5000
39
158 563 460 Cool White ■ 6000 90

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


- 60° 0° 10°
100 20°
90 30° 5,7
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

4,5
80 40° 1,9
45°
0,5

70 1 2
50°
1

60
4 3
1

50 60°
5 Thermal Pad
40
70°
30

20 5,4
80°
10
0,9

90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

Cathode Anode
(Pin 4) (Pin 3)

Recommended Land Pattern: [mm] Schematic:


3

6,7
4,1 5 NC
NC 1 2 NC
2,6
0,5
1,5

- +
3

4 3

NC: not connected

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WL-SWTP
​SMD White Top view PLCC
​Size 5630

Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Relative Luminous Flux vs. Forward Current:
200 2.0

180 158 563 xxx 1.8 158 563 xxx

160 1.6

140 1.4

Relative Luminous Flux


Forward Current [mA]

120 1.2

100 1.0

80 0.8

60 0.6

40 0.4

20 0.2

0 0.0
0.0 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 0 25 50 75 100 125 150 175 200
Forward Voltage [V] Forward Current [mA]

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​Chromaticity performance WL-SWTP

Chromaticity performance WL-SWTP

0,45

0,44
2700K
0,43
3000K
0,42 271
3500K 273
301
0,41 303
4000K 272
0,4 274
302
401 304
0,39
403
2
0,38
CIE - y Coordinate

5000K 402
0,37 471 404
501
0,36 531 472
6000K 502
0,35 561
601 532
0,34 651 562
602
0,33
652
0,32

0,31

0,3
0,3 0,31 0,32 0,33 0,34 0,35 0,36 0,37 0,38 0,39 0,4 0,41 0,42 0,43 0,44 0,45 0,46 0,47 0,48 0,49 0,5
CIE - x Coordinate
Sunrise Warm White Moonlight Daylight Cool White Black body line

According to ANSI C78.377A

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​ inning table of WL-SWTP
B

Sunrise Daylight
2550K–2700K Cx Cy Cx Cy 4500K–4750K Cx Cy Cx Cy
0.4582 0.4099 0.4582 0.4099 0.353 0.3597 0.353 0.3597
0.4687 0.4289 0.47 0.4126 0.3548 0.3736 0.3615 0.3659
271 0.4813 0.4319 272 0.4593 0.3944 471 0.3641 0.3804 472 0.359 1000.3521
0.47 0.4126 0.4483 0.3919 0.3615 0.3659 0.3512 0.3465
0.4582 0.4099 0.4582 0.4099 0.353 0.3597 0.353 900.3597
2700K–2850K 4750K–5000K Cx Cy Cx Cy
0.4582 0.4099 0.4582 0.4099 0.3451 0.3554 0.3451 800.3554
0.4465 0.4071 0.4483 0.3919 0.3463 0.3687 0.3533 0.362

Relative Intensity [%]


273 0.4562 0.426 274 0.4373 0.3893 501 0.3551 0.376 502 0.3515 0.3487
70
0.4687 0.4289 0.4465 0.4071 0.3533 0.362 0.344 0.3427
0.4582 0.4099 0.4582 0.4099 0.3451 0.3554 0.3451 0.3554
5000K–5300K Cx Cy Cx
60 Cy
0.3451 0.3554 0.3451 0.3554
Warm white 0.3371 0.349 0.344 500.3427
2850K–3000K Cx Cy Cx Cy 531 0.3376 0.3616 532 0.3366 0.3369
0.4342 0.4028 0.4342 0.4028 0.3463 0.3687 0.3371 400.349
0.443 0.4212 0.4465 0.4071 0.3451 0.3554 0.3451 0.3554
301 0.4562 0.426 302 0.4373 0.3893
30
0.4465 0.4071 0.4259 0.3853
0.4342 0.4028 0.4342 0.4028
Cool white
3000K–3250K 5300K–5600K Cx Cy Cx 20 Cy
0.4342 0.4028 0.4342 0.4028 0.329 0.3417 0.329 0.3417
0.4221 0.3984 0.4259 0.3853 0.329 0.3538 0.3371 100.349
303 0.4299 0.4165 304 0.4147 0.3814 561 0.3376 0.3616 562 0.3366 0.3369
0.443 0.4212 0.4221 0.3984 0.3371 0.349 0.329 00.33
0.4342 0.4028 0.4342 0.4028 0.329 0.3417 0.329 0.3417
350 400
5600K–6000K Cx Cy Cx Cy
0.329 0.3417 0.329 0.3417
Moonlight 0.3215 0.335 0.329 0.33
3750K–4000K Cx Cy Cx Cy 601 0.3207 0.3462 602 0.3222 0.3243
0.3825 0.3798 0.3825 0.3798 0.329 0.3538 0.3215 0.335
0.3869 0.3958 0.395 0.3875 0.329 0.3417 0.329 0.3417
401 0.4006 0.4044 402 0.3898 0.3716 6000K–6500K Cx Cy Cx Cy
0.395 0.3875 0.3783 0.3646 0.313 0.329 0.313 0.329
0.3825 0.3798 0.3825 0.3798 0.3115 0.3391 0.3213 0.3373
4000K–4250K 651 0.3205 0.3481 652 0.3221 0.3261
0.3825 0.3798 0.3825 0.3798 0.3213 0.3373 0.3144 0.3186
0.3702 0.3722 0.3783 0.3646 0.313 0.329 0.313 0.329
403 0.3736 0.3874 404 0.367 0.3578
0.3869 0.3958 0.3702 0.3722
0.3825 0.3798 0.3825 0.3798

Order information:
The standard deliveries include values in the range and limitation as defined in the Electrical & Optical Properties specified in the datasheet. On each reel, only one bin is sorted and taped. The bin is
defined on intensity, chromaticity coordinate or wavelength and forward voltage. In order to ensure highest availability, the reel binning of standard deliveries can vary. A single bin cannot be ordered.
Please contact us in advance, if you need a particular bin sorting before placing your order to clarify the lead time, MOQ and pricing.

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​ eneral Information White LED (Ceramic)
G

Spectrum distribution of white LEDs (Ceramic)


100

90 Sunrise
Warm white
80 Moonlight
Daylight
Relative Intensity [%]

70 Cool white

60
2
50

40

30

20

10

0
350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800

0 450 500 550 600 650 Wavelength


700 [nm]
750 800
Wavelength [nm]

Characteristics
Abbreviation IC material Color Forward Voltage
AlGaAs Aluminium-Gallium-Arsenide Red & Infrared 1.2 – 1.8 V
Red & Orange 1.9 – 2.2 V
AlInGaP Aluminium-Indium-Gallium-Phosphide
Green (approx. 570 nm) 2.2 – 2.5 V
GaAsP Gallium-Arsenid-Phosphide Super Red – Yellow 2.1 V
Green (525 nm) 3.5 – 4.5 V
InGaN Indium-Gallium-Nitride
Blue & White 3.2 – 4 V
AlInGaN Aluminium-Indium-Gallium Nitride Blue & UV 3.2 – 4.5 V

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WL-SWTC
​SMD White Top view Ceramic LED
​Size 3535
Characteristics: Applications:
■ Fast switching ■ Interior lighting : Spot light, Down light, Shelf light
■ No IR radiation ■ Outdoor lighting: Street light, Security light, Tunnel
■ High brightness light, Parking lot light
■ Minimal side emission ■ Industrial lighting : High-bay light, Low-bay light
■ Waterclear silicone lens ■ Consumer lighting : Torch light
■ Flexible coupling with secondary optic ■ Agricultural equipment lighting
■ Various of color temperatures ■ Signal and Symbol luminaries
■ Compact footprint ■ Signal and Symbol luminaries
■ Thermal resistance junction to solder point: 8 K/W
■ LED junction temperature: 150°C
■ Moisture Sensitivity Level: 2

LM 80 Report available

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 350 mA (typ.)


CCT typ. ΦV typ. VF typ. Chip Techno- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Emitting Color CRI typ. Packaging
(K) (lm) (V) logy (°) Unit (Qty.)
158 353 027 Sunrise ■ 2700
80 95
158 353 030 Warm White ■ 3000
158 353 040 Moonlight ■ 4000 75 110 3.2 InGaN 120 Tape and Reel 500
158 353 050 Daylight ■ 5000
70 121
158 353 060 Cool White ■ 6000

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


3,3
- 60° 0° 10° 0,5
100 20° 1,3
90 30°
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

80 40°
45°
70
3,3

1 2
50°
60

50 60°
Thermal pad
40 3,45
70° O 2,6
30

20
0,71

80°
2

10

90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

Recommended Land Pattern: [mm] Schematic:


3,45

4 Polarity Mark
(Cathode)
3,2
0,4 Dimensions are ±0.15 mm

1,2

- +
0,4

1 2
3,2

Protection device

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WL-SWTC
​SMD White Top view Ceramic LED
​Size 3535

Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Luminous Flux vs. Forward current:
240
800 240
158353xxx 220 220 158353027, 158353030
158353027, 158353030
700 158353040
158353040
200
200 158353050, 158353060

158353050, 158353060
600 180
Forward Current [mA]

500
180 160
140

Luminous Flux [lm]


400 160 120
100
300 140 80

Luminous Flux [lm]


2
200 60
120 40
100
20
100
0 0
0.0 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800
Forward Voltage [V] 80 Forward Current [mA]

60
40
20
0
0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700
Forward Current [mA]

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​Chromaticity performance WL-SWTC

Chromaticity performance WL-SWTC

0,44
2700K
0,43
3000K
0,42
3500K 273 271
0,41 301
303 274 272
0,4 4000K 302
304
0,39
401
0,38 403
CIE - y Coordinate

402
5000K 404
0,37 471
501
0,36 531 472
6000K 571 502
0,35
601 532
0,34 572
651
0,33 602
652
0,32

0,31

0,3
0,3 0,31 0,32 0,33 0,34 0,35 0,36 0,37 0,38 0,39 0,4 0,41 0,42 0,43 0,44 0,45 0,46 0,47 0,48 0,49 0,5
CIE - x Coordinate
Sunrise Warm White Moonlight Daylight Cool White Black body line

According to ANSI C78.377A

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​ inning Table of WL-SWTC
B

Sunrise Daylight
2600K–2700K Cx Cy Cx Cy 4500K–4750K Cx Cy Cx Cy
0.4582 0.4099 0.4582 0.4099 0.3529 0.3597 0.3529 0.3597
0.4634 0.4193 0.4641 0.4112 0.3615 0.3659 0.3512 0.3465
271 0.4695 0.4207 272 0.4589 0.4021 471 0.3641 0.3804 472 0.359 0.3521
0.4641 0.4112 0.4532 0.4008 0.3548 0.3736 0.3615 0.3659
0.4582 0.4099 0.4582 0.4099 0.3529 0.3597 0.3529 0.3597
2700K–2800K Cx Cy Cx Cy 4750K–5000K Cx Cy Cx Cy
0.4582 0.4099 0.4582 0.4099 0.3451 0.3554 0.3451 0.3554
0.4523 0.4085 0.4532 0.4008 0.3463 0.3687 0.3533 0.362
273 0.4573 0.4178 274 0.4475 0.3994 501 0.3551 0.376 502 0.3515 0.3487
0.4634 0.4193 0.4523 0.4085 0.3533 0.362 0.344 0.3428
0.4582 0.4099 0.4582 0.4099 0.3451 0.3554 0.3451 0.3554 2
5000K–5300K Cx Cy Cx Cy
0.3451 0.3554 0.3451 0.3554
Warm white 0.3371 0.349 0.344 0.3428
2900K–3000K Cx Cy Cx Cy 531 0.3376 0.3616 532 0.3366 0.3369
0.4342 0.4028 0.4342 0.4028 0.3463 0.3687 0.3371 0.349
0.4385 0.4119 0.4403 0.4049 0.3451 0.3554 0.3451 0.3554
301 0.4449 0.4141 302 0.4359 0.396
0.4403 0.4049 0.43 0.3939
0.4342 0.4028 0.4342 0.4028
Cool white
3000K–3100K Cx Cy Cx Cy 5300K–5700K Cx Cy Cx Cy
0.4342 0.4028 0.4342 0.4028 0.3293 0.3424 0.3293 0.3424
0.4281 0.4006 0.43 0.3939 0.3292 0.3539 0.3371 0.349
303 0.4322 0.4096 304 0.4242 0.3919 571 0.3376 0.3616 572 0.3366 0.3369
0.4385 0.4119 0.4281 0.4006 0.3371 0.349 0.3294 0.3306
0.4342 0.4028 0.4342 0.4028 0.3293 0.3424 0.3293 0.3424
5700K–6000K Cx Cy Cx Cy
0.3293 0.3424 0.3293 0.3424
Moonlight 0.3214 0.3362 0.3294 0.3306
3850K–4000K Cx Cy Cx Cy 601 0.3207 0.3462 602 0.3222 0.3243
0.3825 0.3798 0.3825 0.3798 0.3292 0.3539 0.3214 0.3362
0.3847 0.3877 0.3887 0.3836 0.3293 0.3424 0.3293 0.3424
401 0.3912 0.3917 402 0.3863 0.3758 6000K–6500K Cx Cy Cx Cy
0.3887 0.3836 0.3804 0.3721 0.3131 0.329 0.3131 0.329
0.3825 0.3798 0.3825 0.3798 0.3117 0.3393 0.3214 0.3362
4000K–4150K Cx Cy Cx Cy 651 0.3205 0.3481 652 0.3221 0.3261
0.3825 0.3798 0.3825 0.3798 0.3214 0.3362 0.3145 0.3187
0.3763 0.376 0.3804 0.3721 0.3131 0.329 0.3131 0.329
403 0.3782 0.3837 404 0.3744 0.3685
0.3847 0.3877 0.3763 0.376
0.3825 0.3798 0.3825 0.3798

Order information:
The standard deliveries include values in the range and limitation as defined in the Electrical & Optical Properties specified in the datasheet. On each reel, only one bin is sorted and taped. The bin is
defined on intensity, chromaticity coordinate or wavelength and forward voltage. In order to ensure highest availability, the reel binning of standard deliveries can vary. A single bin cannot be ordered.
Please contact us in advance, if you need a particular bin sorting before placing your order to clarify the lead time, MOQ and pricing.

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MagI³C-LDHM
​LED Step-Down High Current Module
​4.5 – 60 VIN / up to 0.45 A / 4.5 – 60 VOUT
Characteristics Features
� Peak efficiency up to 95 % Indoor lighting:
� PWM dimming possible using µController with 8 Bit � Spot light
timer at 256 steps � Down light
� LED current capability up to 450 mA Outdoor lighting:
� Wide input voltage range: 4.5 V – 60 V � Street light
� Drives 1 to 16 LEDs in series up to 60 V � Security light
� Switching frequency fixed at 800 kHz � Tunnel light
� High contrast ratio dimming Industrial lighting:
� Integrated power magnetics for ease of use � High-bay light
� Connectable in parallel for higher current operations � Low-bay light
� EN 55015 compliant
� Package TO-263-7EP
� Constant On-Time Regulation (COT)

Module
T1 L

D1
CIN Controller
COUT

R1

EN55015
CLASS B UVLO OCP OTP Ta 85°C

Electrical Properties
Order Code VIN VOUT IOUT Switching Frequency Qty. Order Code
(V) (V) (A) (MHz) Evaluation Board
172 946 001 4.5 – 60 4.5 – 60 0.45 0.8 250 158 997

Design Steps

5 steps to design your LED driver application 2.


The next 5 simple steps will show how to select the external components to
High Power LED String
design your power application:
C OUT
3.
Essential Steps 1 7
V IN LED + LED –
1. Set the LED driver module current
2. Select the appropriate number of LEDs 2
LED + Module
3. Layout and EMI considerations
6
3. 5. IFIX
Optional Steps C IN 3 5
DIM ISET
4. Select dimming method 4. PGND AGND 1.
5. Parallel operation (LED current > 450 mA)
EP 4 R IADJ

Reference Design LED Driver with MagI³C Power Module DNS001 and DNO001!

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Design Kit
​ hite LEDs
W
​Order Code 158 300

Electrical & Optical Characteristics:


CCT typ. ΦV typ. VF typ. Chip Techno- 2θ50% typ.
Order Code Name Size Emitting Color CRI typ.
(K) (lm) (V) logy (°)

158 353 027 Sunrise ■ 2700


80 95
158 353 030 Warm White ■ 3000
158 353 040 WL-SWTC 3535 Moonlight ■ 4000 75 110 3.2
158 353 050 Daylight ■ 5000
70 121
158 353 060 Cool White ■ 6000
158 301 227 Sunrise ■ 2700
7
158 301 230 Warm White ■ 3000
85
158 301 240 WL-SWTP 3014 Moonlight ■ 4000 7.5 3
158 301 250 Daylight ■ 5000
8
158 301 260 Cool White ■ 6000 90
InGaN 120
158 302 227 Sunrise ■ 2700
20
158 302 230 Warm White ■ 3000
85
158 302 240 WL-SWTP 3022 Moonlight ■ 4000 3.2
158 302 250 Daylight ■ 5000 22
158 302 260 Cool White ■ 6000 90
158 563 427 Sunrise ■ 2700
34
158 563 430 Warm White ■ 3000
85
158 563 440 WL-SWTP 5630 Moonlight ■ 4000 36 3
158 563 450 Daylight ■ 5000
39
158 563 460 Cool White ■ 6000 90

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​White LED Demo Boards
​Order Code 158 998 / Order Code 158 999

Order Code 158 999


Order Code Emitting IF CCT Φv VF Chip 2θ50%
Color (mA) (K) (lm) (V) Technology (°)
158 301 227 Sunrise 2700 7
158 301 230 Warm White 3000 7
158 301 240 Moonlight 20 4000 7.5 3.0 InGaN 120
158 301 250 Daylight 5000 8
158 301 260 Cool White 6000 8
158 302 227 Sunrise 2700 20
158 302 230 Warm White 3000 20
158 302 240 Moonlight 60 4000 22 3.2 InGaN 120
158 302 250 Daylight 5000 22
158 302 260 Cool White 6000 22

Demo Board 158 563 427


158 563 430
158 563 440
Sunrise
Warm White
Moonlight 100
2700
3000
4000
34
34
36 3.0 InGaN 120

White LEDs – PLCC 158 563 450


158 563 460
Daylight
Cool White
5000
6000
39
39
CCT = Correlated Color Temperature, Φv = Luminous Flux, VF = Forward Voltage, 2θ50% = Viewing Angle,
IF = Continuous Forward Current

www.we-online.de All products ex stock!

Order Code 158 997


WL-SWTC Ceramic LED 3535 @ 350 mA (typ.)
Order Code Emitting CCT CRI Φv VF Chip 2θ50% Packaging
Color (K) (lm) (V) Technology (°) (pcs.)
158 353 027 Sunrise 2700 80 95
158 353 030 Warm White 3000 80 95
158 353 040 Moonlight 4000 75 110 Tape & reel
3.2 InGaN 120 500
158 353 050 Daylight 5000 70 121
158 353 060 Cool White 6000 70 121
CCT = Correlated Color Temperature, CRI = Color Rendering Index, Φv = Luminous Flux, VF = Forward Voltage,
2θ50% = Viewing Angle

WL-SMDC Ceramic mono-color High Power LED @ 350 mA (typ.)


Order Code Emitting lPeak lDom Φv VF Chip 2θ50% Packaging
Color (nm) (nm) (lm) (V) Technology (°) (pcs.)
150353RS74500 Red 635 625 55 2.2 AlInGaP
150353YS74500 Yellow 593 590 50 2.2 AlInGaP Tape & reel
125
150353GS74500 Green 520 525 85 3.4 InGaN 1000
150353BS74500 Blue 455 460 25 3.2 InGaN
lPeak = Peak Wavelength, lDom = Dominant Wavelength, IV = Luminous Intensity, VF = Forward Voltage, 2θ50% = Viewing Angle

Magl3C-LDHM LED Driver Module


Order Code Vin (V) Vout (V) Iout (mA) Switching
Frequency (MHz)
172 946 001 4.5–60 4.5–60 300–450 0.8

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​Infrared LEDs

High Power Ceramic Page
NEW! WL-SIMW SMD Infrared Ceramic Waterclear 124
THT Round
NEW! WL-TIRW THT Infrared Round Waterclear 126

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​ eneral Information Infrared LED
G

Spectrum Distribution of Infrared


100
154
154
154xxx94xxx
80
154xxx85xxx
Relative intensity [%]

60

40

20

0
400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 1100

1000 1100 Wavelength [nm]

Characteristics
Abbreviation IC material Color Forward Voltage
AlGaAs Aluminium-Gallium-Arsenide Red & Infrared 1.2 – 1.8 V
Red & Orange 1.9 – 2.2 V
AlInGaP Aluminium-Indium-Gallium-Phosphide
Green (approx. 570 nm) 2.2 – 2.5 V
GaAsP Gallium-Arsenid-Phosphide Super Red – Yellow 2.1 V
Green (525 nm) 3.5 – 4.5 V
InGaN Indium-Gallium-Nitride
Blue & White 3.2 – 4 V
AlInGaN Aluminium-Indium-Gallium Nitride Blue & UV 3.2 – 4.5 V

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​Photo-Biological Hazard
​according to EN 62471:2008

EN 62471:2008 (CIE S009) “Photo-Biological safety of lamps and lamp systems” reflects the state of the incoherent light source nowadays and is recommended for immediate
use.
The standard sets out requirements in terms of limiting values, methods of measurement and classification criteria. The classification of luminaires is based on hazard values
154xxx94xxx reported at a distance which produces 500 lux illuminance, but not at a distance less than 200 mm.

154xxx85xxx For the photo-biological parameters (e.g. risk of photochemical retinal damage) of each risk group, wavelength-weighted emission limits have been defined as a basis for
classification. The individual risk groups are defined as follows:
� Exempt group: Luminaires present no photo-biological hazard.
� Risk group 1 (Low-Risk): Luminaires present no hazard due to normal behavioural limitations on exposure.
� Risk group 2 (Moderate-Risk): Luminaires present no hazard due to the aversion response to very bright light sources or due to thermal discomfort.
� Risk group 3 (High-Risk): Luminaires present a hazard even for momentary or brief exposure. Use in general lighting service is not allowed.

LED light sources for general lighting are not normally IR or UV radiators, so the table as below confined to hazards that may actually be presented – does not include infrared
and ultraviolet hazards.

Results of the risk group classification for LEDs


Product Family Size Order Code Emitting color Risk group
WL-SIMW 3535 154 353 85A 9050 Infrared n Exempt group
WL-SIMW 3535 154 353 85A A350 Infrared n Exempt group
WL-SIMW 3535 154 353 94A 9050 Infrared n Exempt group
WL-SIMW 3535 154 353 94A A350 Infrared n Exempt group
WL-TIRW 5 mm 154 005 85A 3590 Infrared n Exempt group
WL-TIRW 5 mm 154 005 94A 3590 Infrared n Exempt group

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WL-SIMW
​SMD Infrared Ceramic Waterclear
​Size 3535
Characteristics: Applications:
■ High power output IR LEDs ■ Infrared, Night vision, Security cameras
■ Low thermal resistancy ■ Machine vision systems
■ Standard soldering pad footprint ■ Gesture recognition systems
■ Peak wavelengths: 850, 940 nm

NEW!

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 1000 mA (typ.)


λCentroid typ. Ie typ. Φe min. Φe max. VF typ. Chip Tech- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Packaging
(nm) (mW/sr) (mW) (mW) (V) nology (°) Unit (Qty.)

154 353 85A 9050 350 500 800 90


850 2.2
154 353 85A A350 250 560 860 130 Tape and
AlGaAs 500
154 353 94A 9050 300 440 680 90 Reel
940 1.9
154 353 94A A350 220 500 740 130

Viewing Angle: Recommended Land Pattern: [mm]


-45° 0° 10°
100 20°
90 30°

80 40°

0,5
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

45°
70

3,3
50°
60

50 60°

40
70°
30 1,3
20 0,5
80°
3,3
10
4,1
90°
-90 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

Viewing Angle: Schematic:


-65° 0° 10°
100 20°
90 30°

80 40°
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

45°
70
50°
60
- +
50 60° 1 2
65°
40
70°
30 Protection device
20
80°
10

90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

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WL-SIMW
​SMD Infrared Ceramic Waterclear
​Size 3535

Dimensions [mm]: 90° Dimensions [mm]: 130°


3,3 3,3
0,5 0,5
1,3 1,3
3,3

3,3
1 2 1 2

Thermal pad Thermal pad

3
1,
R
2,46

2,0
0,71

0,71
3,45 3,45
3,45

3,45
Polarity Mark Polarity Mark
(Cathode) (Cathode)

Dimensions are ±0.15 mm Dimensions are ±0.15 mm

Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Relative Radiant Flux vs. Forward Current:
3
1.6
1400
15435385AA350,
1.4 154 353 xxx
15435385…
1200
1.2
Forward Current (mA)

1000
Relative Radiant Flux

1
800
0.8

600
0.6

400 0.4

200 0.2

0 0
0.0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 0 500 1000 1500
Forward Voltage (V) Forward Current (mA)

Binning Table of WL-SIMW

Binning table of WL-SIMW Binning table of WL-SIMW Binning table of WL-SIMW


Binning Code Power (mW) Binning Code Voltage (V) Binning Code Wavelength (nm)
min max min max min max
A 440 500 1 1.5 1.7 850 840 870
B 500 560 2 1.7 1.9 940 925 955
C 560 600 3 1.9 2.1
D 600 680 4 2.1 2.3
E 680 740 5 2.3 2.5
F 740 800
G 800 860
Test condition: IF = 1 A

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WL-TIRW
​THT Infrared Round Waterclear
​Size 3 mm - without stopper
Characteristics: Applications:
NEW! ■ Infrared emitter
■ Very high radiant intensity
■ Sensor technology
■ Distance measurement
■ Standard size 3 mm and 5 mm ■ Remote control
■ Fast switching ■ Data transmission

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 30 mA (typ.) Dimensions: [mm]


Chip Packa-
λCentroid typ. Ie typ. VF typ. 2θ50% typ. Packa-
Order Code Techno- ging Unit
(nm) (mW/sr) (V) (°) ging
logy (Qty.) detail A

154 003 85A 3590 845 60 1.5


AlGaAs 35 Bulk 500 2,54 typ.

1 typ.
0,7 typ.
154 003 94A 3590 940 30 1.3
O 3 ±0,25

Viewing Angle:

10,5 ±0,4
A

5,3 ±0,25

0,8 typ.
-17.5° 0° 10° 17.5°
100 20°

25,4 ±0,25
90 30°

80 40°
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

45°
1 Min.

70
50°
60
q 0,5 typ.
50 60°

40
70°
30
3,9 ±0,25

20
80°
10

90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

Schematic: Recommended Hole Pattern: [mm]

O1

- +
1 2

2,54

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WL-TIRW
​THT Infrared Round Waterclear
​Size 3 mm - without stopper

Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Relative Radiant Intensity vs. Forward Current:

100 2.5
154 003
850 nm 85A 3590
90 154 003 xxx
154 003
940 nm 94A 3590
80 2

70

Relative Radiant Intensity


Forward Current (mA)

60 1.5

50

40 1

30

20 0.5

10

0 0
0 0.5 1 1.5 2 0 20 40 60 80 100
Forward Current (mA)
Forward Voltage (V)

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WL-TIRW
​THT Infrared Round Waterclear
​Size 5 mm - without stopper
Characteristics: Applications:
NEW! ■ Infrared emitter ■ Sensor technology
■ Very high radiant intensity ■ Distance measurement
■ Standard size 3mm and 5mm ■ Remote control
■ Fast switching ■ Data transmission

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 30 mA (typ.) Dimensions: [mm]


Chip Packa-
λCentroid typ. Ie typ. VF typ. 2θ50% typ. Packa-
Order Code Techno- ging Unit detail A
(nm) (mW/sr) (V) (°) ging
logy (Qty.)
154 005 85A 3590 845 85 1.5

1 typ.
2,54 typ. 0,7 typ.
AlGaAs 35 Bulk 500
154 005 94A 3590 940 30 1.3
O 5 ±0,25

11,7 u0,4
Viewing Angle:

1 typ.
8,6 ±0,25
A

25,4 ±0,25
-17.5° 0° 10° 17.5°
100 20°

1 Min.
90 30°

80 40°
+ - q 0,5 typ.
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

45°
70
50°
60
5,8 ±0,25

50 60°

40
70°
30

20
80°
10

90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

Recommended Hole Pattern: [mm]

Schematic:
O1

- +
2,54
1 2

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WL-TIRW
​THT Infrared Round Waterclear
​Size 5 mm - without stopper

Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Relative Radiant Intensity vs. Forward Current:

100 2.5
154 005
850 nm 85A 3590
90 154 005 xxx
154 005
940 nm 94A 3590
80 2

70

Relative Radiant Intensity


Forward Current (mA)

60 1.5

50

40 1

30

20 0.5

10

0 0
0 0.5 1 1.5 2 0 20 40 60 80 100
Forward Current (mA)
Forward Voltage (V)

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​Ultraviolet LEDs

High Power Ceramic Page
NEW! WL-SUMW SMD Ultraviolet Ceramic Waterclear 133

100

80

Relative intensity [%]


60

40

20

0
300 3

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​ eneral Information Ultraviolet LED
G

Spectrum Distribution of Ultraviolet


100
15335
15335
15335338AA350 15335
80 15335339AA350
15335340AA350
Relative intensity [%]

60

40

20

0
300 320 340 360 380 400 420 440 460 480 500

320 340 360 380 400 420 Wavelength


440 460[nm] 480 500

Wavelength [nm]

Characteristics
Abbreviation IC material Color Forward Voltage
AlGaAs Aluminium-Gallium-Arsenide Red & Infrared 1.2 – 1.8 V
Red & Orange 1.9 – 2.2 V
AlInGaP Aluminium-Indium-Gallium-Phosphide
Green (approx. 570 nm) 2.2 – 2.5 V 4
GaAsP Gallium-Arsenid-Phosphide Super Red – Yellow 2.1 V
Green (525 nm) 3.5 – 4.5 V
InGaN Indium-Gallium-Nitride
Blue & White 3.2 – 4 V
AlInGaN Aluminium-Indium-Gallium Nitride Blue & UV 3.2 – 4.5 V

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​Photo-Biological Hazard
​according to EN 62471:2008

EN 62471:2008 (CIE S009) “Photo-Biological safety of lamps and lamp systems” reflects the state of the incoherent light source nowadays and is recommended for immediate
use.
The standard sets out requirements in terms of limiting values, methods of measurement and classification criteria. The classification of luminaires is based on hazard values
reported at a distance which produces 500 lux illuminance, but not at a distance less than 200 mm.

For the photo-biological parameters (e.g. risk of photochemical retinal damage) of each risk group, wavelength-weighted emission limits have been defined as a basis for
classification. The individual risk groups are defined as follows:
� Exempt group: Luminaires present no photo-biological hazard.
� Risk group 1 (Low-Risk): Luminaires present no hazard due to normal behavioural limitations on exposure.
� Risk group 2 (Moderate-Risk): Luminaires present no hazard due to the aversion response to very bright light sources or due to thermal discomfort.
� Risk group 3 (High-Risk): Luminaires present a hazard even for momentary or brief exposure. Use in general lighting service is not allowed.

LED light sources for general lighting are not normally IR or UV radiators, so the table as below confined to hazards that may actually be presented – does not include infrared
and ultraviolet hazards.

Results of the risk group classification for LEDs


Product Family Size Order Code Emitting color Risk group
WL-SUMW 3535 153 353 39A A350 Ultraviolet n 1

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WL-SUMW
​SMD Ultraviolet Ceramic Waterclear
​Size 3535
Characteristics: Applications:
NEW! ■ High power output UV LEDs ■ UV-Curing
■ Low thermal resistance ■ Printing/ Coating Adhesive
■ Peak wavelengths: 385, 395, 405 nm ■ Counterfeit detection
■ High ESD withstand voltage: 8 kV (HBM) ■ Security Forensic
■ Standard soldering pad footprint ■ Special lighting

Electrical & Optical Characteristics @ 500 mA (typ.)


λPeak typ. Φe min. Φe max. VF typ. Chip Techno- 2θ50% typ. Packaging
Order Code Packaging
(nm) (mW) (mW) (V) logy (°) Unit (Qty.)
153 353 38A A350 385 600 850
153 353 39A A350 395 3.5 AlInGaN 130 Tape and Reel 500
700 1100
153 353 40A A350 405

Viewing Angle: Dimensions: [mm]


3,3
65°
-65° 0° 10° 0,5
100 20° 1,3
90 30°

80 40°
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)

45°
70
3,3
1 2
50°
60

50 60°
Thermal pad
65°
40 3,45
70° O 2,6
30

0,71
20
80°

2
10

90°
-90 -45 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

4
Recommended Land Pattern: [mm] Schematic:
3,45

4 Polarity Mark
3,3 (Cathode)

0,5 Dimensions are ±0.15 mm

1,3 0,5

- +
0,5

1 2
3,3

Protection device

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WL-SUMW
​SMD Ultraviolet Ceramic Waterclear
​Size 3535

Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage: Relative Radiant Flux vs. Forward Current:

1000
2
15335338AA350
900 15335339AA350
1.8
15335340AA350
800 1.6

Relative Radiant Flux


700 1.4

600 1.2
Forward Current (mA)

500 1

400 0.8

300 0.6

200 0.4

100 0.2

0
0
0 200 400 600 800 1000
0 1 2 3 4 Forward Current (mA)
Forward Voltage (V)

Binning Table of WL-SUMW

Binning table of WL-SUMW Binning table of WL-SUMW Binning table of WL-SUMW


Binning Code Power (mW) Binning Code Voltage (V) Binning Code Wavelength (nm)
min max min max min max
A 600 650 2 3.2 3.4 385 380 390
B 650 700 3 3.4 3.6 395 390 400
C 700 750 4 3.6 3.8 405 400 410
D 750 800 5 3.8 4.0
E 800 850 6 4.0 4.2
F 850 900 7 4.2 4.4
G 900 1000
H 1000 1100
Test condition: IF = 500 mA

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​ art number description
P

SMD LED

1 5
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

Mounting Size Color Lens color Angle Type Description


0 = Top view Inch (mm) Mono-color 1: Color – Diffused >90° 1: 1°–10°/91°–100° Top view 00 = Standard
5 = Side view (dom. wavelength in nm) 2: Color – Diffused ≤90° 2: 11°–20°/101°–110° 0 = Chip LED (Typ. value)
6 = Reverse 060 = 0603 3: Color – Transparent >90° 3: 21°–30°/111°–120° 1 = TOP LED PLCC
SS: Super Red (630)
mount 066 = 0606 4: Color – Transparent ≤90° 4: 31°–40°/121°–130° 2/4
RS: Red (624/625)
080 = 0805 AS: Amber (605) 5: Colorless – Diffused >90° 5: 41°–50°/131°–140° 5 = Ceramic
124 = 1204 YS: Yellow (590/589) 6: Colorless – Diffused ≤90° 6: 51°–60°/141°–150°
125 = 1205 VS: Bright Green (570/573) 7: Colorless – Waterclear >90° 7: 61°–70°/151°–160° Side view
GS: Green (520/525)
120 = 1206 8: Colorless – Waterclear ≤90° 8: 71°–80°/161°–170° 2 = Round
BS: Blue (470)
121 = 1210 9: 81°–90°/171°–180°
141 = 1411 Bi-color: Reverse mount
(3528) RV: Red – Bright Green 0 = Rectangular
(624/625 – 570/573) 3 = Cylindrical
RG: Red – Green
mm 5 = Dome
(624/625 – 520/525)
224 = 2214 RB: Red – Blue
353 = 3535 (624/625 – 470)
YB: Yellow – Blue
(589/590 – 470)

Full-color
M1: RGB
(624/625 – 520/ 525 – 470)

THT LED

1 5 1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

Type Package size Lens color Color Angle Description


0 = Round Round 1 = Color diffused Mono-color e.g.: 00 = Standard (Typ. value)
3 = 3 mm without stopper (domi. wavelength in nm) 001 = 1° 99 = Ammopack
5 = 5 mm 2 = Color clear …
SS: Super Red (635/640)
without stopper 160 = 160°
RS: Red (621/623)
3 = Waterclear
YS: Yellow (590)
with Stopper
VS: Bright Green (570/572)
4 = Waterclear
GS: Green (522/530)
without Stopper
BS: Blue (465/470)

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SMD White LEDs

1 5 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Size Type CCT/Color

mm 0 = Ceramic White
301 = 3014 2 = SMD PLCC2 27: Sunrise (2700K)
302 = 3022 4 = SMD PLCC4 30: Warm white (3000K)
563 = 5630 40: Moonlight (4000K)
50: Daylight (5000K)
353 = 3535 60: Cool white (6000K)

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​ art number description
P

SMD UV LED

1 5 3
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

Size Wavelength Lens color Angle Type Description


mm Peak Wavelength A – Dome Waterclear xx = 01 – 99° 5 = Ceramic 0 = Standard (Typ. value)
353 = 3535 (peak wavelength in nm) Ax = 1x0°
Bx = 1x5°
40: UV 405nm
39: UV 395nm
38: UV 385nm

SMD/THT IR LED

1 5 4
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

Size Wavelength Lens color Angle Type Description


mm Peak Wavelength A – Dome Waterclear xx = 01 – 99° 5 = Ceramic 0 = Standard (Typ. value)
353 = 3535 (peak wavelength in nm) Ax = 1x0° 9 = THT
Bx = 1x5°
THT (00x) 94: IR 940nm
003 = 3 mm 85: IR 850nm
No Stopper
005 = 5 mm
No Stopper

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​LED Application Guide


Index
1. Handling during pick and place process . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139

2. Handling Precautions for Silicone encapsulated LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139


2.1. Handling tweezers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139
2.2. Manual Handling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139
2.3. Storage PCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140

3. Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140
3.1. Storage – Before opening the Moisture Barrier Bag . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140
3.2. Storage – Inspection of the Moisture Barrier Bag . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141
3.3. Storage – After opening the Moisture Barrier Bag . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141
3.4. Storage – Resealing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142
3.5. Storage – Rebaking process . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142
3.6. Flow Chart – Moisture Handling of SMD LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142

4. Moisture Sensitivity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143


4.1. Moisture Sensitive Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143

5. Electrostatic Discharge – ESD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143

6. Recommended Reflow Soldering Process . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144

7. Design Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144


7.1. For SMD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144
7.2. For THT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147

8. Hand Soldering/Rework . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149

9. Environmental Influences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149

10. Thermal Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149


Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149
Heat Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150
Heat Sink . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150
Thermal Resistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150

11. Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153

12. Photobiological Safety of LED Light Sources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153

13. Restrictions/Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153

14. Important Notice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154


Useful Links . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154

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1. Handling during pick and place 2. Handling Precautions for Silicone
process encapsulated LEDs
During the automatic pick and place process, the influence of 2.1. Handling tweezers
mechanical stress on the surface must be minimized as much
In general, the silicone encapsulation should not be pushed or
as possible. LEDs with a silicone resin provide many advantages.
punctured with sharp items like tweezers. Sharp items might
Compared to other reflector areas of Surface Mount LEDs, sili-
damage and scratch the surface. The improper handling of the
cone is generally softer. Due to this fact, the handling area of the
LED can damage the die and wire bond of the LED, which can
nozzle should only contact the Plastic Leaded Chip Carrier (PLCC)
cause premature LED failure. During assembly, the component
surface directly and is not allowed to touch the silicone encapsu-
should be held only on the body. Please check the below pictures
lation of the component (see Figure 1, grey is disallowed area).
for visual instructions. Affected match codes are WL-SBTW, WL-
Therefore the inner diameter of the nozzle (A) should be bigger or
SFTW, WL-SMTW, WL-SWTC and WL-SWTP.
equal than the disallowed area (see Figure 2, nozzle diameters).
It is recommended to use a nozzle for PLCC LEDs in size 3528
with an inner diameter of A ≥2.4 mm. Affected match codes are
WL-SMTW, WL-SBTW and WL-SFTW. For ceramic components
in size 3535 it is recommended to use a nozzle with an inner
diameter of A ≥3.2 mm. There are no restrictions in regards of
the shape of the nozzle, except that the mechanical pressure on
the surface of the silicone must be avoided totally. In general, the
nozzle must be larger than LEDs reflector. In cases of contact the
LED might be damaged or in worst cases the LED will not light as
usual and may affect reliability.
Figure 3: Handling Precaution 2.1 wrong
disallowed area

A ≥ 2.4

Figure 4: Handling Precaution 2.1 correct


Figure 1: Allowed and disallowed area of LED
2.2. Manual Handling
LEDs are ESD sensitive and should therefore be handled with an
ESD conform tweezers. If handled, please wear anti-static wrist
strap and finger gloves to avoid ESD stress and dust. Prevent
touching the LED silicon resin at all times. LEDs should be
handled and picked up gently and grabbed only from the side
(package body). Incorrect handling on the silicone encapsulation
cause mechanical stress on the die and wire bond of the LED .
Affected match codes are WL-SBTW, WL-SFTW, WL-SMTW, WL-
SWTC and WL-SWTP.

Figure 2: Recommended nozzle diameter

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bag are prepared to be used. The MBB protects the devices from
absorbing moisture during transportation and storage. A moisture
barrier bag, Humidity Indicator Card (HIC) and desiccant (e.g.
silica gel) is strongly recommended at all times while keeping
the components under warehouse conditions as well as both are
included in each MBB.

Figure 5: Handling Precaution 2.2

2.3. Storage PCB


By stacking the PCB boards, the silicone might be deformed or
delaminated due to mechanical stress. In addition, the com-
ponents on the bottom side may press on the silicone of the
LEDs. Use a proper and suitable rack to keep the finished and
assembled PCB boards correctly. For visual instructions please
note Figure 6. In general this applies for all kind of LEDs of Würth
Elektronik.
Figure 7: Moisture Sensitive Identification Label (MSID)

Figure 6: Storage PCB and suitable rack

3. Storage
3.1. Storage – Before opening the Moisture
Barrier Bag
To ensure the components functionality they must be stored un-
der sufficient ambient condition. Therefore, the components must Figure 8: Example of Humidity Indicator Card (HIC)
be stored under ambient conditions which not exceed tempera-
tures of < 40 °C and 90% RH (Relative Humidity) and must be
used within the calculated shelf life time of 12 months (see from
bag seal date on the label). Before the packing process, the com-
ponents are baked as finished products to remove any moisture
which may be present inside the package. The Moisture Barrier
Bag (MBB) shall be kept sealed until the contained LEDs in the

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within 24 hours. The floor life is the cumulative time the com-
ponents are used in any uncontrolled environment unless the
components are rebaked. The floor life time has to be controlled
strictly. Once the components are removed from the MBB, the
total exposure time till mounting should not exceed the recom-
mended floor life, which is specified on the Moisture Sensitive
Identification Label (MSID) on the MBB. Please check below
Moisture Classification Level and Floor Life table. The desiccant
should be replaced after the bag is opened for more than 30
minutes.

Moisture Floor Life (out of bag) at factory


Sensitivity ambient ≤30 °C/60% RH or as stated
Level
1 Unlimited at ≤30 °C/85% RH
2 1 year
Figure 9: Example of Desiccant
2a 4 weeks
The humidity indicator card (HIC) with sensitive dots turns its 3 168 hours
color according to described color change on the HIC whenever
4 72 hours
the specific relative humitidy is exceeded. The desiccant reduces
the presence of moisture in the bag at no greater than 10% RH 5 48 hours
thus protecting the devices during shipment and storage.
5a 24 hours
After all necessary opening of the outside bag (e.g. IQC, proto- 6 Mandatory bake before use. After bake,
typing, etc.), it is mandatory to use a new humidity indicator card must be reflowed within the time limit
and new desiccant before closing and seal the bag properly. specified on the label.

Table 1: Moisture classification and floor life (extract from


3.2. Storage – Inspection of the Moisture
industrial standard J-STD-033C, Table 5-1, page 11)
Barrier Bag
The bag should be inspected in kind of any damage to ensure
LEDs are sensitive to any static electricity. The MBB is also
the integrity of its content. Please check the bag while holes,
sealed and is antistatic shielding material. Electrostatic sensitive
tears, incorrect sealing or any other kind of mechanical damage
device warning symbols are on the label and on the MBB cover.
might have a fatal influence to the components inside the bag.
Moisture-sensitive components are shipped under vacuum and
Use a scissors to open the bag and cut across the alignment on
in heat-sealed moisture barrier bags packed with a desiccant
the top of the bag. Be careful not to damage the content with
(e.g. silica gel) and a humidity indicator card. Both, the Würth
sharp objects and reseal the MBB again afterwards.
Elektronik label as well as the Moisture Sensitive Identification
Label (MSID) identify the sealing date of the bag and the Mois-
3.3. Storage – After opening the Moisture ture Senisitivity Level with the cautions and warnings signs of the
Barrier Bag component. Both labels are either on the reel or MBB.
The HIC shall be checked immediately after opening the MBB to
determine if there is any humidity inside the MBB. If the humid-
ity indicator card shows more than 10% RH and turned its color,
the components must be rebaked (See chapter 3.5). LEDs should
be kept under ≤ 30 °C and ≤ 50–60% RH (relative humidity
depends on physical structure). The PCB and PLCC components
should be soldered within 168 hours (Moisture Sensitive Level
3) after opening the moisture barrier bag, ceramic components

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staked over one another. It is strictly recommended to hang up
the reels on a bar and keep distance between each reel of at
least 1 cm. The reels should not touch the heated plate of the
oven because of the melting danger of the reels. The Humidity
control of the oven must be ≤5% RH when rebaking the LED
under recommended condition. Otherwise the dehumidification of
the components will not occur.

After rebaking process is completed, the reel and the embossing


tape (carrier tape and cover tape) may be lightly deformed and
the taping material will obstruct the mounting process. Please be
careful and do not stress the components.
Figure 10: Example of Moisture Barrier Bag and contents
The rebaking process is at one’s own risk. Please note that Würth
(Illustrations may differ from the original)
Elektronik eiSos GmbH will not guarantee its products under
such condition. Refer to each respective datasheet for each LED
3.4. Storage – Resealing components’ storage condition before and after opening.
If any unused LEDs remain on reel after assembly or after rebak-
ing process, they must be stored immediately in MBB or stored 3.6. Flow Chart – Moisture Handling of
in a desiccator at < 5% RH. It is strictly recommended to return SMD LEDs
those LEDs into the original moisture barrier bag and seal the
MBB by commercial heat- and vacuum equipment. If the original START: Goods stored in unopened MBB at
recommended conditions
humidity indicator card sensitive dots changes the color, a new
humidity indicator card and new desiccant (silica gel) must be
Open MBB
added into the MBB. The floor life can be paused if stored like
described in chapter 3.6.
FAIL Baking under recommended
HIC inspection
conditions

If the mentioned floor life is expired and greater than specified on PASS
the label then the floor life time has to reset by rebaking process. Assembly process
under
recommended
conditions
3.5. Storage – Rebaking process Contact WE

Rebaking treatment has to be done if the humidity indicator card Unused products NO
END: Finished
technical sales staff
remained?
(HIC) 10% dot is not changed and the 5% dot is changed. This YES
applies for MSL 2a–5a whenever a reflow method is used. If the
HIC indicates a RH less than 10%, the components are ready for Is floor life
exceeded?
YES

processing.
NO

Repack unused
Rebaking is also necessary if the LEDs are exposed to conditions products in MBB
with new HIC &
of > 30 °C and > 60% RH at any time and also the floor life is desiccant and reseal

exceeded more than the soak of the respective Moisture Sensi-


tive Level. Figure 11: Flow Chart Moisture Handling of SMD LEDs

For the affected match codes WL-SBTW, WL-SMCW, WL-SFTW,


By opening the Moisture Barrier Bag (MBB) the floor life time
WL-SMRW, WL-SMSW and WL-SMTW, perform the rebaking pro-
starts. If partial unfinished components are remaining, store
cess with the following conditions: 65 °C ±5 °C for 24 hours. For
into MBB with desiccant and resealed it. The floor life clock is
the affected match codes WL-SWTP, WL-SWTC and WL-SMDC,
paused. After the rebaking process under recommended condi-
perform the rebaking process with the following conditions:
tion the floor life is reset.
60 °C ±5 °C for 4 hours.

In any special case, please still do not exceed the maximum


condition of 80±5 °C and 24 hours. Do not rebake the reels

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Recommended total time frame (total floor life clock paused time) 5. Electrostatic Discharge – ESD
for the exposure components out of controlled conditions are:
LEDs are highly sensitive against electrostatic discharge which
• For WL-SMCW, WL-SMSW and WL-SMRW: FLC1+FLC1+FLC requires a careful handling when removed from the antistatic
≤ 24 hours shielding moisture barrier bag. The components are shipped
• For WL-SMTW, WL-SBTW and WL-SFTW: FLC1+FLC1+FLC in ESD protective packaging and should be stored in it until
≤ 6 hours mounting process. Static electricity can affect the component’s
• For WL-SWTC and WL-SWTP: FLC1+FLC1+FLC ≤ 24 hours reliability, increase reverse current, decrease forward voltage and
deteriorating optical characteristics. In worst case, it may cause
severe damage to the LED and or premature failure.
4. Moisture Sensitivity
One of the most common ESD issues is static electricity. Static
4.1. Moisture Sensitive Introduction electricity is often generated by triboelectric charging. It may
In general, surface mounted LEDs are susceptible to moisture occur while two surfaces in contact will be separated and one of
absorption due to its hygroscopic encapsulation materials. LEDs it must be a non-conductor. To attract a static charge to release
absorb moisture from atmospheric surrounding humidity by dif- a discharge, it must expose with a conductive surface (for e.g.
fusion and capillarity while being unprotected in the surrounding metallic materials or human skin). ESD is the rapid and instan-
environment. taneous discharge of two differently-charged objects with an
energy sparkover.
During soldering process, the rapid temperature rise may cause
immediate moisture expansion, which leads into delamination LED components with an InGaN die are susceptible to damage
between the die and plastic encapsulation and its result of open and are highly sensitive against surge voltage and require special
connections like broken wire bonds. Furthermore, failures like handling. Refer to each respective datasheet for its individual
degradation of the optical characteristics caused by bubbles, ESD classification. A dry environment is more likely to cause
cracks and crazings in the silicone till reliability failure or other static electricity and also non-conductive surfaces. Conduc-
serious damages may happen. tive surfaces and wave soldering does not cause electrostatic
discharge.
This phenomenon is also being known as popcorn effect. The
moisture will vaporize which stress the internal package structure Suggestion to prevent ESD damage to ESD sensitive LED compo-
enormously and cause package cracking during the soldering nents are:
process due to immediate volume expansion.
• Avoid touching by hands and usage of common plastic con-
Referenced documents and standards of Moisture/Reflow Sensi- tainers, transport mediums or tools
tive Surface Mount Devices for classification, handling, packing, • Avoid friction to minimize static charges between product,
shipping and use of Moisture/Reflow Sensitive are defined clearly surrounding and environment (for e.g. synthetic materials or
in the industry standards IPC/JEDEC J-STD-020 and IPC/JEDEC non-conductive materials)
J-STD-033B. • Work in an ESD protective area, place conductive mattress
(grounding resistance < 1 x 1011 Ω) if necessary and use an
The MBB with the components should be only opened close air ionizer to avoid any static electricity
to before production process. After the bag is opened, each • Use anti-static packaging for protection during storage and
component must be assembled and soldered within the specific transportation
time frame which given by Moisture Sensitivity Level. The time • All devices, equipment and machinery must be properly
frame after opening the heat sealed MBB is known as floor life. electrically grounded (grounding resistance 1 M Ω, which is
The floor life is the amount of time in which the temperature described in industry standard IPC-A-610)
related process is completed including rework process. Different • For manual handling use conductive wrist strap, anti-elec-
LED package types are classified in different sensitivity levels to trostatic clothes and equipment that are covered with ESD
ingress of moisture and its effects. The table about the Moisture protective pads. Make sure the wrist strap is used according to
Sensitive Levels is shown and explained in the industry standard its manual
IPC/JEDEC J-STD-020. • Use an air ionizer to remove all possible static charge

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• Maintain a humidity level of ≥ 50% RH or higher in production 7. Design Considerations
areas to prevent the static electricity generated due to dry air
• Only trained personnel staff should be allowed to handle these 7.1. For SMD
components during manufacturing process Each recommended land pattern design of the LED can be found
in the associated data sheet or LED catalogue of Würth Elek-
An easy “rule of thumb” where ESD controls have to occur is: tronik.
Machine, Material, Method, Employee and Environment.

The electrostatic sensitive devices warning labels are on the


label of the reel and MBB.

6. Recommended Reflow Soldering


Process
The recommended reflow soldering profile is shown in the
specific datasheet. Please check the appropriate datasheet for
the recommended land pattern and do not repeat the heating
process more than 2 times with the recommended profile. The
components should be placed within 72 hours at factory condi-
tions if floor life is not lower specified.

Avoid any mechanical stress after soldering which may cause Figure 12: Recommended solder mask
damage to the LED component, especially stacking of the boards
and do not also warp the Printed Circuit Board (PCB). Also avoid
mechanical pressure which could influence solder performance.
It may occur to dislocate the components until the solder paste
is hardened. The silicone resin of the LEDs is not stable immedi-
ately after soldering process. After reflow process it is mandatory
to apply a complete cool down phase to room temperature (23
°C). It is recommended to use lead-free solder paste at all times.

SMD components are only compatible with reflow soldering


and THT components are only compatible with wave soldering.
Please contact our technical sales staff if the LED will face other
soldering processes as recommended. Recommended condition
for soldering is soldering land pattern temperature > package
temperature.

Figure 13: Insufficient solder mask

To ensure proper solderability and correct positioning of the com-


ponent, the solder paste must be evenly plotted to each recom-
mended land pattern (see Figure 12).

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Figure 14: Correct self-centered Figure 18: Land pattern too long

Figure 15: Tombstone effect

Figure 19: Land pattern too wide

SMD components must be mounted according to recommended


land pattern design and correct connection. Please confirm and
verify first before designing the soldering land pattern in order to
obtain the best performance for soldering.

Figure 16: Skewed component PCB

LED
To prevent crocodile or tombstone effect or other effects of
soldering, take care about correct positioning of the component. hole
Avoid also vibration or any other impact of the mounted board
after the components were mounted on the substrate before
soldering process. n
ectio n
t dir ectio
Ligh t dir
Ligh

Figure 20: Recommended design – Reverse mount LEDs


(rectangular & cylindrical)

To ensure the recommended size of the hole in the PCB please


check the respective datasheet. Figure 20 is for illustration.
Figure 17: Recommended land pattern

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To archive optimal results during soldering process of SMT com-
PCB
ponents, make sure that the leads are aligned perpendicular to
the direction of the PCB to ensure the solder paste on each lead
tion
t di
rec melts simultaneously.
h
Lig

Reinforcing Pin

LED

Figure 24: Recommended design


Figure 21: Recommended design – Side view

The reinforcing pin has no electrical connection or function, only


for improvement of the stationary strength of the component.

Figure 25: Insufficient design

Optimal usage of LED components requires careful design to


guarantee function. For high-power LEDs, take account of opti-
mizing the heat dissipation. High temperatures reduces perfor-
mance and reliability. The operating current must be chosen by
considering the maximum ambient temperature of the environ-
ment. Also to stress the components over the absolute maxi-
mum rating will damage the LED. Please check each respective
datasheet.
Figure 22: Correct curve direction

Figure 23: Not correct curve direction

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7.2. For THT
Forming the lead to ensure alignment between the leads and the hole on board, so that stress against the LED is prevented (Figure
26). Bending or lead forming must be done before soldering.

LED LED LED LED

PCB PCB PCB LED PCB


PCB

45 .
ax
Cat ° max ° m ode
hod . 5
4 An
e

LED LED LED LED

PCB PCB PCB LED

PCB
PCB
Cat e
h
>4 ode od
5° An 45°
>

* avoid PCB trace in the red marked areas to prevent short circuits

Figure 26: LED forming

LED HEAT SHRINK INSULATION LED HEAT SHRINK INSULATION

WIRE WIRE

Figure 27: LED with stand-off or spacer

Heat-shrink tubing must be used to insulate the leads when soldering wire to the LED to prevent accidental contact short circuit
(Figure 27).

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LED LED LED

Force

PCB STAND-OFF SPACER PCB PCB

Figure 28: LED with stand-off or spacer Figure 30: LED after soldering

Use LEDs with stand-off or spacer (Figure 28) to position the Do not apply any force to the LED immediately after soldering.
LEDs. Let it cool down to 50 °C. The LED must be protected from any
excessive force in general (Figure 30).

LED LED
LED

PCB

PCB
2 mm MIN

2 mm
MIN

Figure 29: Minimum distance LED Figure 31: Bending of LED

Ensure that there is a minimum of 2 mm clearance distance Do not bend the leads more than twice (Figure 31).
between the lead bend and the LED lens (Figure 29).

LED Contact area LED Contact area

Force
Force

Figure 32: Stressing of LED

Avoid stress on the LED lens during the bending process (Figure 9) but use the upper lead part instead (Figure 32).

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0.5 mm MIN
0 mm

HOLDER HOLDER

0.5 mm MIN
PCB PCB

Figure 33: After soldering

Do not stress the LED during soldering to avoid damage (Figure 33).

8. Hand Soldering/Rework • If after hand soldering and rework process a cleaning process
is necessary, please go to chapter “Cleaning” to ensure func-
Manual soldering process is only allowed in case of repair and tionality of the components afterwards.
rework purposes. During iron solder process the operator must
wear a wrist strap. Usually ESD damages occur when proper
handling is not in place. The grounded temperature controlled 9. Environmental Influences
soldering iron should be always used.
If components are contaminated with corrosive gas or influenced
General recommendation for correct soldering: by erosion it might cause any major problems on its solderability,
as well as changes of its optical characteristics and other indi-
• If repairing is unavoidable, double head soldering iron must be
vidual functions. The component should not be used directly in
used
any type of fluid such as water, oil, organic solvents or etc., and
• The soldering iron temperature must be less than < 320 °C
must be stored in a clean environment.
±5 °C and do not contact the soldering iron on the component
more than 3 seconds within once
• Use appropriate amount of solder paste on the designed land
pattern to prevent incorrect connection and mounting position 10. Thermal Management
as well as flux residues
• Do not break, cut or pulverize the LED component Introduction
• Do not stress the LED during heating otherwise the reliability
Many times LED fails due to its operation at high junction
will highly influenced
temperature in overtime. High temperature is caused by elec-
• Do not warp the PCB after soldering
trical currents which dissipates power in the form of heat in
• Do not touch the component especially the lens of the LED
all semiconductor devices. Even if good design practices and
with the soldering iron
reliable components are in place, system reliability can take
• After soldering process, please make sure that the compo-
a hit if proper thermal management is not ensured. According
nent can cool down minimum 3 minutes to room temperature
to Arrhenius Model each 10 ºC rise in the system, failure rate
before further operations
increases by 50 % and vice-versa although at certain junction
• All repairs must be done at one time
temperature the LED can be destroyed irreversibly. The goal of
• Avoid solder balls which may short anode, cathode or thermal
thermal management system is to control the temperature of LED
pad
which can be done by transferring heat from high temperature
• Do not hand solder ceramic components (match code WL-
region to low temperature region, also called heat transfer.
SWTC and WL-SMDC)
• Do not reuse an unsoldered component

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Heat Transfer metal fins for effective heat flow and often thermal paste or tape
In general there are three types of heat transfer: conduction, is placed between heat sink and LED package to avoid any air
convection and radiation. Conduction is the collisional trans- bubbles and at the same time to ensure good thermal coupling
fer of energy between atoms in which heat transfers through and heat flow. Combined with right surface area, the metals high
direct contact of particles of matter. Convection is the motion of thermal conductivity transfers the heat from the semiconductor
molecules in air or fluids i.e., transfer of thermal energy from to the heat sink which will be cooled by the surrounding air. The
one material to the other. Radiation is the transfer of heat energy heat sinks ability to transfer heat also depends on its material,
through space in the form of electromagnetic waves. In practical geometry, and overall surface heat transfer coefficient. Typically
LED applications heat transfer through radiation technique is not aluminum is used due to its relatively low cost, lighter and easy
usually employed. Convection is the type of heat transfer usually to shape in different geometries compared to copper. The heat
employed in cooling semiconductor based systems. Mediums flow from LED to heat is one dimensional as shown in Figure 34.
used in this type heat transfer are heat sinks, thermal interface
materials and thermoelectric modules.

Heat Sink
The most common thermal management device for an LED sys-
tem is the heat sink, unless the size is the limiting factor for each
particular application. In most cases heat sinks for LEDs have

Tj

Rjc

Tc
chip/Tj
Rcpcb
ceramic substrat
TPCB
case | pad/Tc
Rpcbhs
metal PCB/TMPCB
Ths
heatsink/Ths
Rhsa

ambient/Ta Ta

Figure 34: Thermal resistance for one dimensional heat flow till heat sink

Thermal Resistance Mathematically, thermal resistance is the rise in the LED p-n
Heat passes from the LED case to the heat sink before it’s emit- junction temperature above the case temperature per unit of
ted into the air. Thus, the heat sink increases the effective heat power dissipated in the device as shown in below equations.
dissipation area and removes heat from the LED, permitting it to
operate at higher power levels. Thereby, the heat sink provides a (Tj – Tc)
Rjc =
PDiss Formula 1
low thermal resistance path from the semiconductors case to the
ambient air. A key parameter when using a heat sink concerns
the thermal resistance of the associated LED package. Thermal (Tj – Ta)
resistance is analogous to the electrical resistance, just like cur- Rja =
PDiss Formula 2
rent, thermal energy takes path of least resistance. Hence, the
heat sink’s thermal resistance is a key parameter which refers to
its ability to conduct heat away into the surrounding environment.

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Explanations: Power dissipation in the LED package simply is VF * IF. In practice
the entire power is not converted in to heat as the part of the
Rjc is the thermal resistance from junction to case in ºC/W
energy is emitted in the form of photons
Rja is the thermal resistance from junction to ambient in ºC/W
Tj is the Junction temperature of LED package in ºC VF is the forward voltage applied to the LED Package
Ta is the ambient air temperature in ºC
Tc is the LED case temperature in ºC IF is the forward current of a LED
PDiss is the power dissipation in the LED package.
The main goal of this topic is to estimate the thermal resistance
of the system and junction temperature of LED package. The
thermal model of an LED system is put in the simplified form as
shown in Figure 35.

P Diss R jc (°C/ W ) R cpcb (°C/ W ) R pcbhs (°C/ W ) R hsa (°C/ W )


T j (°C) T c (°C) T PCB (°C) T hs (°C) T a (°C)
Power Junction Case PCB Heat sink Ambient
Dissipation Temperature Temperature Temperature Temperature Temperature

R ja = R jc + R cpcb + R pcbhs + R hsa

Figure 35: Thermal model of a single LED system

Explanations: From the above model thermal resistance from LED junction to
ambient air temperature can be solved as:
Th is the heat sink temperature in ºC
Tpcb is the FR4 PCB temperature in ºC
Rcpcb is the thermal resistance from LED case to PCB in ºC/W Rja = Rjc+ Rcpcb + R(pcbhs)+ R(hsa) Formula 3
Rpcbhs is the thermal resistance from PCB to heat sink in ºC/W
Rha is the thermal resistance from heat sink to ambient air tem-
perature in ºC/W From equation 3, Junction temperature is calculated as:
Rch is the thermal resistance from case to heat sink in ºC/W.
Tj = (Rja * PDiss) + Ta Formula 4

Using multiple LEDs on same heat sink is similar to resistors


connected in parallel.

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P Diss1 R jc1 (°C/ W ) R cpcb 1 (°C/ W )
T j 1 (°C) T c1 (°C)
Power Junction Case
Dissipation Temperature Temperature

P Diss2 R jc2 (°C/ W ) R cpcb 2 (°C/ W ) R pcbhs (°C/ W ) R hsa (°C/ W )


T j 2 (°C) T c2 (°C) T PCB (°C) T hs (°C) T a (°C)
Power Junction Case PCB Heat sink Ambient
Dissipation Temperature Temperature Temperature Temperature Temperature

P Diss3 R jc3 (°C/ W ) R cpcb 3 (°C/ W )


T j 3 (°C) T c3 (°C)
Power Junction Case
Dissipation Temperature Temperature

Figure 36: Thermal model of a multi LEDs system

The Rja will be written as: Example:


Calculation of the junction temperature by assuming the opera-
Rjc + Rcpcb tion of an LED system using Würth Elektronik’s WL-SWTC SMD
Rja(total) = + Rpcbhs + Rhsa Formula 5
n (p/n 158353030) white ceramic LED which is dissipating PDiss
2.52 W at 700 mA (see datasheet) on metal-PCB with JS/Rjc = 8
n is number of LEDs. When designing the heat sink for LED the °C/W.
thermal resistance of heat Rhsa must be less than Rja – ((Rjc + Rchs)
Assuming maximum PCB temperature Tpcb = 80 ºC, which will be
to ensure proper heat flow from LED package to the heat sink.
close to the maximum case temperature of Tc. If WL-SWTC SMD
Since the heat flow is one dimensional, the thermal resistance white is mounted on 1.57 mm thickness PCB with area of 250
Rth of any material is given by: mm2, according to the equation 6, thermal resistance Rpcbhs of the
metal-PCB is 2.98 ºC/W.
d Formula 6
Rth =
λ*A From above equations we can write:

(Tpcb – Ths)
Where d is the material thickness in mm, l is the thermal con- Rpcbhs =
PDiss Formula 7
ductivity of the material in W/mK and A is the conducting area in
cm2.
Consequent:
From equation 6, Thermal resistance can be varied by factors
like surface area. Thickness and thermal conductivity coefficient,
Ths = Tpcb – (Rpcbhs * PDiss) Formula 8
based on the design concerns one should choose the heat sink
by considering the above factors.
Plugging in above values gives us the heat sink temperature Ths
In addition, Harry Lythall found empirically a “rule of thumb” cal-
as 72.49 ºC and thermal resistance from heat sink to ambient
culation formula for Rha of homemade U-shape folded aluminum
temperature Rhsa is 8.92 ºC/W since smaller heat source size is
sheet. Based on his equation, the required surface area in cm2 is
considered. In this case, the limiting factor is the PCB dielectric.
A = (50/Rhs–a)2.
If we consider multiple LEDs with larger heat sink area the ther-
mal resistance for heat sink will be less.
In general, the main optimization criteria are to maximize the
exposed heat exchanger’s surface area, and to minimize its
weight and the mean distance of the exposed surface from the
component to be cooled.

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From equations 3 we calculation of the Junction Temperature Rja: 12. Photobiological Safety of
LED Light Sources
Rja = Rjc + Rpcbhs + Rhsa Formula 9
Photobiological Hazard according to EN 62471: 2008 (CIE S009)
reflects the state of the incoherent light source nowadays and is
Rcpcb is ignored as the temperature difference between LED case recommended for immediate use.
and PCB is negligible. Hence Rja is 19.92 °C/W.
The standard sets out requirements in terms of limiting val-
From equation 4, the Junction temperature is calculated as Tj = ues, methods of measurement and classification criteria. The
(19.92 °C/W * 2.52 W) + 50 °C = 100.2 ºC. classification of luminaires is based on hazard values reported
at a distance which produces 500 lux illuminance, but not at a
The LED junction temperature is well below the maximum tem- distance less than 200 mm.
perature which is 125 ºC despite operating at maximum power.
To achieve low junctions temperatures at desired operations, For the photo-biological parameters (e.g. risk of photochemical
thermal resistance of heat sink is a key factor which can also be retinal damage) of each risk group, wavelength-weighted emis-
improved by adding thermal paste for better coupling. sion limits have been defined as a basis for classification. The
individual risk groups are defined as follows:

• Exempt group: Luminaires present no photo-biological hazard


• Risk group 1 (Low-Risk): Luminaires present no hazard due to
11. Cleaning normal behavioral limitations on exposure
• Risk group 2 (Moderate-Risk): Luminaires present no hazard
Generally during handling and use, keep the environment clean.
If it is necessary to clean the LEDs, the use of Ethyl alcohol and due to the aversion response to very bright light sources or
Isopropyl alcohol are suitable to remove dust particles or slightly due to thermal discomfort
• Risk group 3 (High-Risk): Luminaires present a hazard even for
dirt from the lens. Use a lint-free swab to clean if necessary. Do
not use other harsh solvents because of environmental con- momentary or brief exposure. Use in general lighting service is
cerns and the possible negative impact on the LED package as not allowed
acetone, thinner, trichloroethylene and others.
LED light sources for general lighting are not normally IR or UV
The total cleaning process should not exceed the duration of 1 radiators, so the table in each specific LED catalogue confined
minute, in an unpowered state and take place at room tempera- to hazards that may actually be presented – does not include
ture. Do not apply pressure onto the surface of the component. infrared and ultraviolet hazards.
Normally a small amount of particles of the LED can be unat-
tended because the small amount of particles does not affect Avoid looking directly at the LED when it is operating, as it may
the optical characteristics. Contact with oxides or nitrides are damage the retina of the eyes. Please check our LED catalogues
also strictly not allowed. Dry cleaning of silicone encapsulated for further details. If you need further information or documents
LEDs is not recommended because the slightly sticky surface of please contact our technical sales staff.
the silicone is more likely to attract dust and dirt. Also ultrasonic
cleaning is not recommended for encapsulated LED. Do not dis-
solve LEDs in chemical solvents.
13. Restrictions/Notes
If other cleaning solutions are used, their appropriateness must These recommendations and processing indications should
be tested beforehand. Please contact our technical sales staff in prevent our customers of wrong handling and damages hence
case of any information which is not listed. premature failure of the LED. Special precautions and treatment
should be adhered during assembly of silicone encapsulated LED
products. Würth Elektronik eiSos GmbH makes continuous efforts
to improve the quality of its products. Nevertheless semiconduc-
tor components can fail due to their inherent electrical sensitivity
and vulnerable to physical stress. Ensure that the components
are used within specified operating values. Do not dissolve LEDs
in chemical solvents. Appearance and specification of the prod-
ucts may be modified for improvement without further notice.

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For the large product portfolio, please refer to mentioned LED (automotive control, train control, ship control), transportation
catalogue or visit on our website www.we-online.de. signal, disaster prevention, medical, public information network
etc. Customers shall inform WE about the intent of such usage
The Application Note is based on our knowledge and experience before design-in stage. In certain customer applications requiring
of typical requirements concerning the areas, serves as general a very high level of safety and in which the malfunction or failure
guidance and should not be construed as a commitment for the of an electronic component could endanger human life or health
suitability for customer applications by Würth Elektronik eiSos customers must ensure that they have all necessary expertise in
GmbH & Co. KG. This document and parts thereof must not be the safety and regulatory ramifications of their applications, and
reproduced or copied without written permission, and contents acknowledge and agree that they are solely responsible for all le-
thereof must not be imparted to a third party nor be used for any gal, regulatory and safety-related requirements concerning their
unauthorized purpose. The information in the Application note is products and any use of WE products in such safety-critical ap-
subject to change without notice. plications, notwithstanding any applications-related information
or support that may be provided by WE. CUSTOMERS SHALL IN-
DEMNIFY WE AGAINST ANY DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF THE USE
14. Important Notice OF WE PRODUCTS IN SUCH SAFETY-CRITICAL APPLICATIONS.
Würth Elektronik eiSos GmbH & Co. KG and its subsidiaries and
affiliates (WE) are not liable for application assistance of any Useful Links
kind. Customers may use WE’s assistance and product recom- Application Notes:
mendations for their applications and design. The responsibil- http://www.we-online.com/app-notes
ity for the applicability and use of WE Products in a particular Component Selector:
customer design is always solely within the authority of the http://www.we-online.com/component-selector
customer. Due to this fact it is up to the customer to evaluate,
where appropriate to investigate and decide whether the device Toolbox:
with the specific product characteristics described in the product http://www.we-online.com/toolbox
specification is valid and suitable for the respective customer Product Catalog:
application or not. http://katalog.we-online.de/en/

The technical specifications are stated in the current data sheet


of the products. Therefore the customers shall use the data
sheets and are cautioned to verify that data sheets are current.
The current data sheets can be downloaded at www.we-online.
com. Customers shall strictly observe any product-specific notes,
cautions and warnings. WE reserve the right to make corrections,
modifications, enhancements, improvements, and other changes
to its products and services.

WE DOES NOT WARRANT OR REPRESENT THAT ANY LICENSE,


EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, IS GRANTED UNDER ANY PATENT
RIGHT, COPYRIGHT, MASK WORK RIGHT, OR OTHER INTEL-
LECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHT RELATING TO ANY COMBINATION,
MACHINE, OR PROCESS IN WHICH WE PRODUCTS OR SERVICES
ARE USED. INFORMATION PUBLISHED BY WE REGARDING THIRD-
PARTY PRODUCTS OR SERVICES DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A
LICENSE FROM WE TO USE SUCH PRODUCTS OR SERVICES OR A
WARRANTY OR ENDORSEMENT THEREOF.

WE products are not authorized for use in safety-critical applica-


tions, or where a failure of the product is reasonably expected to
cause severe personal injury or death. Moreover WE products are
neither designed nor intended for use in areas such as military,
aerospace, aviation, nuclear control, submarine, transportation

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L​ ist of Symbols

Symbol Property Units


CCT Correlated Color Temperature K
CRI Color Rendering Index
Ie Radiant Intensity mW/sr
IV Luminous Intensity mcd
VF Forward Voltage V
λCentroid Centroid Wavelength nm
λDom Dominant Wavelength nm
λPeak Peak Wavelength nm
Φe Radiant Flux mW
ΦV Luminous Flux lm
2θ50% Viewing Angle °

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​Notes

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General Terms and Conditions
of the Würth Elektronik eiSos Group
As of: May 2013

1. Application 5. Passing of risk/dispatch


1.1 These General Terms and Conditions (hereinafter „Conditions“) shall apply to all deliveries and services 5.1 The risk of accidental loss or accidental deterioration of the goods shall pass to the customer at the
of Würth Elektronik eiSos GmbH & Co. KG and Würth Elektronik iBE GmbH (hereinafter „Würth Elektronik“) latest when the goods are handed over to the customer or, if it is agreed that the goods will be shipped,
even if they are not referred to in subsequent contracts. Any terms and conditions of the customer that already with the handing over of the goods to the shipping company, freight carrier or to any other person
conflict with, supplement, or deviate from these Conditions shall not become part of the contract unless instructed to carry out the dispatch. This shall also apply to part deliveries or if it has been agreed that the
their application is expressly approved by Würth Elektronik in writing. These Conditions shall apply even if dispatch is “freight paid” or free of charge. In the absence of written instructions from the customer, Würth
Würth Elektronik accepts a delivery or service from the customer without reservations whilst being aware of Elektronik shall be entitled to choose the carrier and the itinerary at its own discretion and after a due as-
the customer‘s conflicting or deviating terms and conditions. sessment of the circumstances. At the request and expense of the customer, Würth Elektronik shall take out
1.2 Agreements which supplement or deviate from these Conditions and which are made between the cus- transport insurance to insure the goods against the risks specified by the customer.
tomer and Würth Elektronik for the performance of a contract must be set out in writing in the contract. This 5.2 If there is a delay in handing over or dispatch for reasons for which the customer is responsible, the risk
also applies to the cancellation of this requirement of the written form. shall pass to the customer on the day the goods are ready to be dispatched and Würth Elektronik informs
1.3 Any rights beyond these Conditions to which Würth Elektronik is entitled by law shall remain unaffected. the customer of such.
2. Offer and formation of contract 5.3 If Würth Elektronik chooses the type of dispatch, the dispatch route and/or the person to carry out the
dispatch, Würth Elektronik shall only be liable for wilful misconduct or gross negligence resulting from this
2.1 Offers from Würth Elektronik shall be subject to change and non-binding, unless they are e­ xpressly
choice.
stated to be binding.
2.2 Pictures, drawings, information as to weight, measurement, performance and consumption as well as 6. Retention of title
other descriptions of the goods in the documentation pertaining to the offer shall be approximations only, 6.1 The goods supplied remain the property of Würth Elektronik until all receivables owed to Würth Elektron-
unless they are expressly stated to be binding. They do not constitute an agreement on, or guarantee of, the ik by the customer as a result of the business relationship have been fully paid. If Würth Elektronik‘s obliga-
corresponding quality of the goods. tions to be performed include delivering software, up until payment in full has been made of any receivables,
2.3 Würth Elektronik reserves all proprietary rights and copyrights in any offer documents. Such documents the customer shall in any case only be granted a revocable usage right. These receivables also include
may not be made available to any third party. claims under cheques and bills of exchange, as well as current-account claims. The customer shall be
2.4 Orders from the customer shall be binding. Würth Elektronik may accept orders by sending a written obliged to handle all goods to which title is retained, and as long as title is retained, with due care. In par-
order confirmation, by making delivery or providing the services. ticular, the customer is obliged to sufficiently insure the goods at the customer’s own expense against dam-
2.5 Executing orders according to the documents to be provided by the customer shall require ­written ap- age by fire, water, and theft at their replacement value. The customer hereby assigns to Würth Elektronik all
proval by Würth Elektronik. claims for compensation arising from such insurance. Würth Elektronik hereby accepts the assignment. If
an assignment is not allowed, the customer hereby irrevocably instructs its insurer to make payments, if
2.6 Contracts that are concluded shall oblige the customer to accept and pay for the goods or ­services
any, only to Würth Elektronik. This does not affect any further claims of Würth Elektronik. Upon request, the
ordered.
customer must provide Würth Elektronik with evidence of the conclusion of the insurance policy.
3. Prices, payment, set-off 6.2 The customer shall only be allowed to sell the goods which are subject to retention of title in the ordinary
3.1 The agreed price shall always be decisive. Not included in the price shall, in particular, be the costs for course of business. The customer shall not be entitled to pledge the goods which are subject to retention of
packaging, freight, insurance, customs, public levies and VAT. Statutory VAT shall be stated separately in the title, to transfer them by way of security or to make any other dispositions which may jeopardize Würth El-
invoice, at the statutory rate applicable on the day the invoice is issued. ektronik‘s ownership. In the event of attachments or other encroachments by third parties, the customer
3.2 For services that shall not be performed within a period of four month after the contract has been con- must notify Würth Elektronik without undue delay in writing and provide all the information required, advise
cluded Würth Elektronik shall be entitled to adjust the price in line with any increases in wages and in the the third party of Würth Elektronik’s property rights and assist with the measures taken by Würth Elektronik
cost of materials that may have occurred in the meantime. The same shall apply for services that are to be to protect the goods which are subject to retention of title. The customer shall bear any costs for which it is
provided as part of continuous obligations. If Würth Elektronik has agreed with the customer that the prices responsible and which are necessary for the removal of the encroachment and the recovery of the goods,
shall depend on specific price factors, for example, raw material prices, changes in the price factors can if and to the extent that these costs cannot be obtained from the third party.
lead to price adjustments, irrespective of the performance period. 6.3 The customer hereby assigns to Würth Elektronik all receivables arising from the resale of the goods,
3.3. Unless otherwise agreed, payment shall be made net within 30 days after the date of the invoice. Würth including all ancillary rights, irrespective of whether the goods which are subject to retention of title are
Elektronik shall, however, be entitled to make the execution of outstanding deliveries or the provision of resold without or after further processing. Würth Elektronik hereby accepts this assignment. In the event that
services contingent upon pre-payment or the provision of security if no previous business relationship exists such assignment is not allowed, the customer hereby irrevocably instructs the third-party debtor to make
with the customer, deliveries are to be made abroad, the customer‘s registered office is abroad or if there payments, if any, only to Würth Elektronik. The customer has the authority, which may be revoked at any
are any other reasons that give Würth Elektronik reason to doubt that payment will be made promptly after time, to collect the receivables assigned to Würth Elektronik as a trustee on behalf of Würth Elektronik. All
delivery or provision of the services. amounts collected must be remitted to Würth Elektronik immediately. Würth Elektronik may revoke the cus-
3.4 If after the contract has been entered into Würth Elektronik becomes aware of circumstances that could tomer’s authority to collect receivables and its right to resell the goods if the customer fails to properly per-
considerably reduce the customer‘s creditworthiness and which could endanger the payment of outstand- form its payment obligations to Würth Elektronik, if the customer is in default of payment or stops payment,
ing receivables of Würth Elektronik by the customer under the individual contract, Würth Elektronik shall be or if a petition is filed for the institution of insolvency proceedings against the assets of the customer. Any
entitled to refuse to continue to execute the contract until the customer makes payment or provides secu- resale of these receivables is subject to prior approval by Würth Elektronik. The customer’s authority to col-
rity for such. If the customer is in default of payment, all the receivables of Würth Elektronik that are out- lect shall expire with the notification of the assignment to the third-party debtor. In the event of a revocation
standing with the customer shall become due immediately. of the authority to collect, Würth Elektronik may request that the customer disclose all receivables assigned,
3.5 Payment shall be deemed made on the date on which Würth Elektronik can dispose of the amount as well as the respective debtors‘ names, provide all information necessary for collection, provide the relat-
owed. When paying by cheque, payment shall only be deemed made after the cheque has been cashed and ed documents and inform the debtors of the assignment.
Würth Elektronik can dispose of the amount. Discount charges and other cheque costs shall be borne by the 6.4 In the event of default of payment on the part of the customer, Würth Elektronik shall be entitled to re-
customer. In the event of default of payment, the customer shall pay default interest at the rate of 8 percent- scind the contract without prejudice to its other rights. The customer must immediately grant Würth Elek-
age points above the base rate. The right to assert a further claim for damages is not excluded. tronik, or any third party commissioned by Würth Elektronik, access to the goods that are subject to reten-
3.6 Würth Elektronik shall be entitled to credit payments made by the customer towards the customer‘s tion of title, surrender such goods and inform Würth Elektronik where these goods are located. After a
oldest debt first. If costs and interest have already accrued, Würth Elektronik shall be entitled to credit the timely warning to such effect, Würth Elektronik may otherwise dispose of the goods that are subject to re-
payment towards the costs first, then towards interest, and finally towards the principal claim. tention of title for the purpose of satisfying its due claims against the customer.
3.7 Counterclaims of the customer may only be set off or used to assert a right of retention by the custom- 6.5 Any processing or alterations made by the customer to the goods which are subject to retention of title
er if they have become final by virtue of a judgment or if they are undisputed. A right to retain may be as- shall always be deemed made on behalf of Würth Elektronik. The customer’s right to acquire ownership of
serted by the customer only if the customer’s counterclaim is based on the same contractual relationship. the goods which are subject to retention of title continues to exist as a right to acquire ownership of the
processed or altered item. If the goods are processed, combined or mixed with other goods that are not
4. Deliveries
owned by Würth Elektronik, Würth Elektronik shall acquire a co-ownership interest in the new item that is
4.1 Delivery periods and dates shall only be binding for Würth Elektronik if Würth Elektronik explicitly states equal to the ratio of the value of the goods supplied to the value of the other items processed at the time of
or confirms that they are binding. Agreed delivery periods shall be deemed met if the goods have been processing. The customer shall store the new items on behalf of Würth Elektronik. In all other respects, the
handed over to the person in charge of the transport at Würth Elektronik‘s registered office or at one of item created through processing or alteration shall be governed by the same provisions as the goods that
Würth Elektronik‘s warehouses before this period has expired or if Würth Elektronik has provided notification are subject to retention of title.
that they are ready for dispatch but have not left the registered office or warehouse because the customer
6.6 If requested by the customer, Würth Elektronik shall be obliged to surrender the security interests to
has declared that it will not accept the goods.
which Würth Elektronik is entitled to the extent that the realizable value of these security interests exceeds
4.2 If making the agreed deliveries or providing the services of Würth Elektronik requires the cooperation of Würth Elektronik’s receivables arising from the business relationship with the customer by more than 20%
the customer, the customer shall ensure that Würth Elektronik is provided with all the necessary and appro- upon deduction of the mark-downs customary in the banking business. For valuation purposes, goods that
priate information and data within good time and that such is of the required quality. If programming is re- are subject to retention of title shall be assessed on the basis of their invoice value and receivables shall be
quired, the customer shall provide Würth Elektronik with the necessary computer processing power, test assessed on the basis of their nominal value.
data and data inputting capacities within good time and to a sufficient extent.
6.7 In the event that goods are delivered to destinations with other legal systems in which the retention of
4.3 The delivery period shall not start before all the documents, information, approvals and permits that are title pursuant to clauses 6.1 to 6.6 above does not offer the same degree of protection as in the Federal
to be provided by the customer have been provided in full and any technical issues have been clarified and Republic of Germany, the customer hereby grants Würth Elektronik the equivalent security interest. If the
any agreed down-payment has been received. As a prerequisite for compliance with the delivery period or creation of this security interest requires further declarations or actions, the customer shall make these
the delivery date, the customer must perform its other obligations properly and in due time. Compliance with declarations and perform these actions. The customer shall assist with all measures required for, and con-
the agreed delivery deadlines and delivery dates is subject to the condition that Würth Elektronik is supplied ducive to, the validity and enforceability of such security interests.
by its own suppliers in due time and properly. Any changes or amendments that are subsequently agreed
with Würth Elektronik may result in a reasonable extension of the agreed delivery dates. 7. Claims for quality defects and liability
4.4 Würth Elektronik shall be entitled to make reasonable part deliveries and provide partial ­services. Unless 7.1 Würth Elektronik shall manufacture its products according to the state of the art in technology applica-
otherwise expressly agreed, deliveries and services ahead of schedule shall be a­ llowed. ble at time of entering into the contract. Any intended usage that goes beyond the customary usage of the
4.5 If the customer is in default of acceptance or violates other duties to cooperate, Würth Elektronik can products or that requires a quality that deviates from the norm, in particular, any usage that is relevant for
claim compensation for the damage caused including any additional expenditure and storage costs. Any safety purposes, for example, aerospace or automobile usage, must be agreed in advance in writing.
other claims remain unaffected. Würth Elektronik shall be entitled, after setting a reasonable subsequent 7.2 The customer‘s defect rights shall require that the customer has fulfilled its statutory obligations to in-
deadline, to otherwise dispose of the goods and to supply the customer with new goods within a reasonable spect and give notice of defects (Sec. 377, 381 German Commercial Code (HGB)), in particular that the
extended deadline. customer has checked the delivered goods upon receipt and notified Würth Elektronik without undue delay
and in writing upon receipt of the goods of any obvious defects and defects that could be identified during

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General Terms and Conditions
of the Würth Elektronik eiSos Group
As of: May 2013

such inspection. The customer shall inform Würth Elektronik in writing of any hidden defects without undue uct or combined such with other software and whether this, from the customer‘s perspective, could justify
delay after they have been discovered. The notification shall be deemed without undue delay if made within the third party‘s claim. If so requested by Würth Elektronik, the customer shall allow Würth Elektronik to
two weeks after delivery for obvious defects and defects that could be identified during a proper inspection handle the defence against these claims and, to the extent permissible and possible, shall allow Würth Ele-
or after discovery in the event of hidden defects; to meet the deadline, the dispatch of the notification or ktronik to represent the customer or shall conduct the defence itself as instructed by Würth Elektronik. Up
complaint shall suffice. If the customer fails to carry out a proper inspection and/or notification of the de- until receiving notification as to whether Würth Elektronik will deal with the defence, the customer shall not
fects, Würth Elektronik shall not be liable for the defect. When reporting defects to Würth Elektronik, the acknowledge or enter into a settlement agreement regarding the alleged claims of the third party without
customer must supply a detailed written description of the defects. the express approval of Würth Elektronik. If Würth Elektronik deals with the defence, this obligation shall
7.3 Unless otherwise agreed, the customer shall be obliged to initially deliver the goods at its own expense continue to apply. In addition, the customer shall support Würth Elektronik in its defence, if this is required
to Würth Elektronik so that the defects can be examined. The expenses that are required for the inspection for an appropriate defence. In return, Würth Elektronik shall indemnify and hold the customer harmless
and subsequent performance, in particular transportation, travel, labour and material costs within the mean- against any necessary external costs and any third party compensation claims and claims for reimburse-
ing of Sec. 439 (2) German Civil Code (BGB) shall only be borne by Würth Elektronik if it is determined dur- ment of expenses resulting from the defence, provided these can be attributed to the fault of Würth Elek-
ing the inspection that a defect actually exists and provided these expenses are not increased due to the tronik. In the event that Würth Elektronik does not deal with the defence, the customer shall be entitled to
fact that the customer took the goods to a different location than the original delivery address. Personnel defend itself at its own discretion. If existing third party claims cannot be attributed to the fault of Würth
and material costs claimed by the customer in this connection shall be charged on the basis of net costs. Elektronik, the customer shall not be entitled to assert claims against Würth Elektronik.
7.4 If the goods are defective, Würth Elektronik shall be entitled - for the purposes of subsequent perfor- 8.7 Notwithstanding Sec. 439 (1) German Civil Code (BGB), Würth Elektronik shall also be entitled with re-
mance - to choose between remedying the defect or delivering goods that are free from defects. gard to title defects relating to software to attempt subsequent performance, if Würth Elektronik so chooses
7.5 If Würth Elektronik is not prepared or is not in a position to carry out subsequent performance after a (cf. 7.4). In all other respects, the statutory provisions for warranty obligations for title defects with regard
reasonable deadline has expired, the customer can choose to rescind the agreement or reduce the pur- to software shall apply irrespective of whether Würth Elektronik is dealing with the defence against third
chase price. The same shall apply if the subsequent performance fails, if it is unacceptable to the customer party claims under clause 8.6 of these Conditions, however, with the following exceptions: (i) for the recov-
or if a reasonable deadline is exceeded due to reasons for which Würth Elektronik is responsible. ery of data, Würth Elektronik shall only be liable insofar as the loss of data would also have occurred if the
7.6 The customer shall have no right to rescind the contract if the customer is unable to return the goods customer had carried out the usual backups; (ii) clause 7.3 of these Conditions applies accordingly.
received and this is not due to the fact that it is impossible to return such due to their nature, if Würth Ele- 9. Product liability
ktronik is responsible for such or if the defect did not become apparent until after the goods were processed 9.1 The customer shall not modify the goods; in particular, the customer shall not modify or remove existing
or altered. The right to rescind the contract shall furthermore not exist if Würth Elektronik is not responsible warnings relating to risks by improperly using the goods. If this duty is violated, the customer must inter
for the defect and if instead of the received goods or services being returned by the customer, Würth Elek- partes indemnify and hold Würth Elektronik harmless from and against any product liability claims of third
tronik has to pay compensation for lost value. parties to the extent that the customer is responsible for the defect giving rise to liability.
7.7 Claims for defects shall not exist with respect to defects that are due to natural wear and tear, to im- 9.2 If Würth Elektronik has to carry out a product recall or issue a product warning because of a product
proper handling by the customer or a third party, or to changes or repairs to the goods that have been car- defect to the goods, the customer shall assist Würth Elektronik and take all measures ordered by Würth
ried out by the customer or a third party in an improper manner. The same shall apply to defects which can Elektronik, provided that these do not pose an unreasonable burden to the customer. The customer shall be
be attributed to the customer or which arise as a result of technical reasons other than the original defect. obliged to bear the costs of the product recall or product warning, provided the customer is responsible for
The customer shall, in particular, comply with the operational, storage and/or maintenance recommenda- the product defect and the damage sustained. This does not affect any further claims of Würth Elektronik.
tions provided by Würth Elektronik or the manufacturer. 9.3 The customer shall inform Würth Elektronik without undue delay in writing of any risks in the use of the
7.8 The customer’s claim for reimbursement of expenses in place of damages in lieu of performance shall goods and any possible product defects of which the customer becomes aware.
be excluded if and to the extent that such expenses would not have been made by a reasonable third party.
10. Force majeure
7.9 Würth Elektronik shall not be liable for damage for which it is not responsible, in particular, it shall not
be liable for damage that is caused by improper usage or handling of the products. The customer is obliged 10.1 If Würth Elektronik is prevented by force majeure from performing its contractual obligations, in par-
to comply with the operational, storage and/or maintenance recommendations provided by Würth Elektron- ticular from delivering the goods, Würth Elektronik shall be released from its obligation to perform for the
ik or the manufacturer, to only make authorised changes, replace spare parts professionally and use the duration of the impediment and for a reasonable start-up period without being liable to the customer for
consumables that have the necessary specifications. Where applicable the customer shall, both before and damages. The same shall apply if the performance of its obligations by Würth Elektronik becomes unrea-
also regularly after the deliveries have been made or the services have been provided by Würth Elektronik, sonably complicated or temporarily impossible because of unforeseeable circumstances for which Würth
perform backups to its computer systems at sufficiently regular intervals. Würth Elektronik shall assume no Elektronik is not responsible, in particular, because of industrial a­ ction, official acts, energy shortages, de-
liability for damage which is caused by or can be attributed to a breach of the aforesaid obligations of the livery problems on the part of suppliers, or major disruptions of operations.
customer. 10.2 Würth Elektronik shall have the right to rescind the contract if such an impediment continues for more
7.10 Würth Elektronik shall be liable without limitation for any damage resulting from breach of guarantee than three months and if, as a result of such impediment, the performance of the contract is no longer of
or from death, bodily injury, or damage to health. The same shall apply to wilful misconduct and gross neg- interest to Würth Elektronik. At the request of the customer, Würth Elektronik shall declare after the expiry
ligence, to mandatory statutory liability for product defects (in particular under the German Product Liability of the aforesaid three-month period whether it intends to make use of its right to rescind the contract or
Act (ProdHaftG) and to liability if defects were concealed with fraudulent intent. In cases of slight negligence, whether it intends to deliver the goods within a reasonable period of time.
Würth Elektronik shall only be liable if material obligations are breached that result from the nature of the 11. Data protection and confidentiality
contract and the performance of which is of particular importance in order for the purpose of the contract 11.1 The customer is instructed by Würth Elektronik that the data recorded during the course of entering
to be achieved. If such obligations are breached, as well as in the event of default or if performance is im- into the contract may be collected, processed and used by Würth Elektronik in accordance with the provi-
possible, Würth Elektronik‘s liability shall be limited to the damage which can typically be expected with sions of the Germany Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG) for the purpose of fulfilling its obligations under
such contract. the contracts entered into with the customer. Such data may also be trans­mitted to affiliated companies of
7.11 The limitation period for claims for defects of the customer shall be one year, unless the defective good Würth Elektronik or vicarious agents for the purposes of fulfilling the contract and for credit investigations.
has been used in its customary manner for a building and this has caused a defect to the building. The 11.2 The customer shall be obliged for an unlimited period of time to maintain the confidentiality of any and
limitation period shall also apply to claims resulting from a tortious act that are based on a defect of the all information received through Würth Elektronik which is stated to be confidential or which due to other
goods. The limitation period shall start with the delivery of the goods. This shall not affect the unlimited lia- circumstances can be identified as a trade or business secret; the customer may neither record nor disclose
bility of Würth Elektronik for damage resulting from a breach of guarantee or from death, bodily injury or or use any such information. The customer must ensure by means of suitable contractual agreements with
damage to health, for wilful misconduct and gross negligence, and product defects. If Würth Elektronik its employees and those agents working on its behalf that such persons also refrain for an unlimited period
makes a statement with regard to a claim for defects asserted by the customer, this shall not be deemed as of time from any use, disclosure and unauthorised recording of such trade and business secrets for their
the start of negotiations with regard to the claim or the circumstances on which the claim is based, provid- own purposes.
ed the claim for defects is fully rejected by Würth Elektronik. 12. Final provisions
8. Intellectual property and usage rights relating to software and other protected p­ roducts, 12.1 Any rights and obligations of the customer may only be assigned or transferred to a third party with
information and co-operation duties the written consent of Würth Elektronik.
8.1 Unless otherwise provided in the contract or by law, any rights relating to software or other protected 12.1 The legal relations between the customer and Würth Elektronik shall be governed by the laws of the
products which are delivered to the customer or which are produced for the customer, in particular, copy- Federal Republic of Germany, without regard to the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the Interna-
rights, industrial property rights such as, patents, trademarks and registered designs, shall remain the tional Sale of Goods (CISG).
property of Würth Elektronik or the individual proprietor of the rights. This shall also apply if the software or 12.3 Exclusive place of jurisdiction for all disputes arising from the business relationship between Würth
any other protected products are produced according to the specifications of or in co-operation with the Elektronik and the customer shall be the registered office of Würth Elektronik. Würth Elektronik may in ad-
customer. dition sue the customer at the latter’s registered office, as well as at any other ­permissible place of jurisdic-
8.2 If Würth Elektronik uses the customer‘s software, Würth Elektronik shall only use such software for the tion.
contractually agreed purpose. If Würth Elektronik requires the source codes for the software to make con- 12.4 The place of performance for any and all obligations to be performed by the customer and by Würth
tractually agreed changes or remedy defects, the customer shall provide Würth Elektronik with such free of Elektronik shall be the registered office of Würth Elektronik.
charge for use. 12.5 If a provision of this agreement is or becomes invalid or impracticable in whole or in part, or if this
8.3 The customer shall only receive a simple right of use to the software and other protected products to agreement is incomplete, this shall not affect the validity of the remaining provisions hereof. In lieu of the
such extent as is required for the purpose of the contract, unless otherwise provided in the contract, in par- invalid or impracticable provision, such valid and impracticable provision shall be deemed agreed as comes
ticular, the applicable licencing terms of the software or an individual licence agreement, or by mandatory closest to the purpose of the invalid or impracticable provision. In the event that this agreement is incom-
statutory law. With regard to software provided by Würth Elektronik, unless expressly permitted under the plete, such provision shall be deemed agreed as corresponds to what would have been agreed according
contract or by law, the customer shall in particular be forbidden from reproducing, distributing, disclosing, to the purpose of this agreement if the contracting parties had considered the matter from the outset.
changing, translating, extending, making other modifications to and/or decompiling such.
Environmental declaration
8.4 For backup purposes, the customer may create the necessary backup copies of the software, provided
the individual licence agreement does not contain provisions to the contrary. Sec. 69d (2) Germany Act on Würth Elektronik is committed to people and the environment. Therefore, we undertake to manufacture our
Copyright and Related Rights (UrhG) remains unaffected. Backup copies on moveable data carriers shall be products in a manner that conserves resources and to systematically realise any potential for saving energy
marked as such and shall be endorsed with the copyright notice of the original data carrier. in manufacturing processes and in transportation. We pay close attention to ecological alternatives as con-
cerns the selection of sources of energy and raw materials and pursue a consistent policy of waste reduc-
8.5 In the event of unlawful use Würth Elektronik and/or third parties, in particular, the manufacturer of the
tion and product recycling.
software or other protected products, reserve the right to assert claims for compensation.
8.6 In the event that a third party alleges it has a claim which conflicts with the right of use granted to the This is a translation of the German version of the Terms and Conditions. In case of doubt, the German version shall prevail.
customer, the customer shall inform Würth Elektronik without undue delay in writing or in text form. The Terms and Conditions of the contracting branch offices will apply.
notification shall also include information as to whether the customer has changed the software or the prod-

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EUROPE
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eiSos GmbH & Co. KG 8th Floor, 8 Exchange Quay Witikonerstr. 409 Str. Gospodarilor Nr. 13/1
Passive Components Salford Quays, CH-8053 Zürich, ZH RO-400140 Cluj-Napoca
Max-Eyth-Str. 1 UK - M5 3EJ – Manchester Tel. +41 44 269-6161 Tel. +40 744 773530
DE-74638 Waldenburg Tel. +44 161 872 0431 eiSos-swiss@we-online.com eiSos-romania@we-online.com
Tel. +49 7942 9450 sales-uk@we-online.com
eiSos@we-online.de Würth Elektronik Nederland B.V. Würth Elektronik Scandinavia
Würth Elektronik Ireland Het Sterrenbeeld 35 Annelundsgatan 17C
Würth Elektronik eiCan UK Limited NL-5215 MK’s-Hertogenbosch SE-74940 Enköping
Elektromechanical Components 36, Westbury Drive Tel. +31 73 6291570 Tel. +46 171 428400
Max-Eyth-Str. 1 Lucan, IRL – Co. Dublin eiSos-netherlands@we-online.com eiSos-scandinavia@we-online.com
DE-74638 Waldenburg Tel. +353 1 6212061
Tel. +49 7942 945-5301 eiSos-ireland@we-online.com Würth Elektronik Finland Oy Responsible for: Sweden,
eiCan@we-online.com Karhutie 4 ­Denmark, Norway and Iceland
Würth Elektronik España S.L. FIN-01900 Nurmijärvi
Würth Elektronik iBE GmbH C/ Balmes, 4 5ª Planta Tel. +358 9 878900 Würth Elektronik Belgium
Automotive ES-08007 Barcelona eiSos-finland@we-online.com Drabstraat 30
Gewerbepark 8 Tel. +34 935 471 410 BE-2640 Mortsel
DE-94136 Thyrnau eiSos-spain@we-online.com Würth Elektronik Czech Republic Tel. +32 3 2309940
Tel. +49 8501 9001-100 Nad Vyvozem 4857
Rue Paul Hulin 41
ibe@we-online.de Würth Elektronik Österreich GmbH CZ-760 05 Zlin
BE-6180 Courcelles
Hauptplatz 20 – Top 13 Tel. +420 577 001981
Tel. +32 71 459496
Würth Elektronik France SAS AT-2320 Schwechat eiSos-czech@we-online.com
eiSos-belgium@we-online.com
1861 Avenue Henri Schneider Tel. +43 1 7070101-0
CS 70029 Fax: +43 1 7070101-420 Würth Elektronik Hungary Kft.
Würth Elektronik Russia
69881 Meyzieu Cedex eiSos-austria@we-online.com Népfürdő u. 22. A tower 5th floor
Tel. +7 916 543 50 30
Tel. +33 427 861100 HU-1138 Budapest
eiSos-russia@we-online.com
eiSos-france@we-online.com Würth Elektronik Polska Sp. z o.o. Tel. +36 1 877 3000
ul. Wagonowa 2 eiSos-hungary@we-online.com
Würth Elektronik Bulgaria
Würth Elektronik Italia srl PL- 53-609 Wrocław
Zona B- 5, bl.16
Via Po, 85 Tel. +48 71 749 76 00 Würth Elektronik Slovakia
BG-1303 Sofia
IT-20032 Cormano (MI) eiSos-poland@we-online.com Prehradn 363
Tel. +359 887 870540
Tel. +39 02 66281-701 CZ-76316 Frystak
eiSos-bulgaria@we-online.com
eiSos-italy@we-online.com Würth Elektronik Slovenia Tel. +420 577 104607
Dom in vrt 27 eiSos-slovakia@we-online.com
Würth Elektronik Ithalat SL-1420 Trbovlje
­Ihracat ve Ticaret Ltd.Sti Tel. +386 30 603644
Serifali Mh.Cetin Caddesi Kule Sok No:25 eiSos-slovenia@we-online.com
TR-34775 Ümraniye/Istanbul
Tel. +90 216 466 4130
eiSos-turkey@we-online.com

AMERICA
Wurth Electronics Midcom Inc. Würth Elektronik Brazil Würth Elektronik Canada Wurth Elektronik México
121 Airport Drive Tel. +55 11 46131755 159 Lariviere Parque Tecnológico ITESO
Watertown, SD 57201 eiSos-brazil@we-online.com JSK 1E5 St.-Colomban, QC Calle Independencia 1018
Tel. +1 605 8864385 Tel. +2 450 5920615 Parques del Bosque
midcom@we-online.com eiSos-canada@we-online.com MX-45609 Tlaquepaque, Jalisco, México
Tel. +52 33 1922 0000
eisos-mexico@we-online.com

ASIA, Israel, Australia, New Zealand


Wurth Electronic China Würth Elektronik Israel Wurth Electronics ­Services Wurth Electronics Singapore Pte.
No.7, Haitai Development 6th.Road P.O.Box 3585 India Pvt. Ltd 12 Harper Road
Huayuan Hi-tech Industry Park Hatohen 2 Wellington Accord, No 14/2, #06-00 Sulisam Building
300384 Tianjin, China Caesarea Industrial Park Ground Floor, Wellington Street, SG-Singapore 369677
Tel. +86 22 23858666 IL-38900 Caesarea Industrial Park Richmond Town, Tel. +65 67 421567
eiSos-china@we-online.com Tel. +972 463 28889 Bangalore – 560025 eiSos-singapore@we-online.com
eiSos-israel@we-online.com Tel. +91 80 41226843
Wurth Electronics Hong Kong eiSos-india@we-online.com Responsible for:
Unit 08 12/F New Tech Plaza Wurth Electronics Taiwan Indonesia, Malaysia, P­ hilippines,
34 Tai Yau Street 4th Floor, No. 18-1, Section 6 Wurth Electronics Thailand and Vietnam
San Po Kong, Kowloon, Hong Kong Mincyuan East Road, Neihu District (Shenyang) Co, Ltd.
Tel. +852 23 278488 Taipei 114, Taiwan Automotive Wurth Electronics Australia
eiSos-hongkong@we-online.com Tel. +886 2 27918625 Jianshe Road 119, Building 3 Ascot Vale
eiSos-taiwan@we-online.com European Union Economic Victoria 3032
Development Zone Tel. +61 417 391 518
Responsible for: CN-110122 Shenyang City, eiSos-australia@we-online.com
South Korea Liaoning Province Responsible for:
Tel. +86 24 29877700 New Zealand

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