Led Engin

March 2008

March 10, 2008

LedEngin, Inc. announces production release of its 3, 5, 10 and 15-Watt Warm White high power LED products

Santa Clara, CA - March 10, 2008. LedEngin, Inc. today announced the addition of Warm White products to its high power product portfolio. Production availability includes 3, 5, 10 and 15-Watt emitters. Typical performance levels of 500+ lumens are achievable, setting new records for warm white products and enabling high flux density for miniaturized spot, accent, track and down lighting applications.

The nominal color temperature of these products is 3200K with a range spanning 2870 to 3700K. The color binning structure developed for these warm white products aligns with the new ANSI standard enabling customers to meet the Energy Star lighting criteria for luminaire development. The typical color rendering index (CRI) of LedEngin's warm white products is greater than 80 with options available that provide a typical CRI of 90. The combined quality and quantity of light emitted can enable the first true 35-Watt+ halogen replacement from a single 7x7mm LED package.

The combination of proprietary LedEngin packaging technology with advanced material developments enables a high quality light source with industry leading flux density. LedEngin LEDs are engineered to optimize light extraction, minimize stress, and maximize thermal performance resulting in monumental reliability, color point stability and lumen maintenance. Target markets include museum, retail, hospitality and other general lighting applications.

"We are very excited about these additions to our product portfolio" said David Tahmassebi, President and CEO of LedEngin. "Our Warm White products offer a unique alternative to conventional light sources for interior lighting applications. The combination of high flux density and high light quality will enable the development of new lighting fixtures which capitalize on the miniaturization benefits of LEDs. We look forward to supporting our customers in their design in activities," added Tahmassebi.