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1# Product Family Data Sheet Rev. 3.2 2015.1123 Middle Power LED Series 5630 LM561C LM561C is highest performance and lm/W for fluorescent replacement...

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Product Family Data Sheet

Rev. 3.2 2015.1123

Middle Power LED Series 5630

LM561C

LM561C is highest performance and lm/W for fluorescent replacement

Features & Benefits  0.3 W class middle power LED  Mold resin for high reliability  Standard form factor for design flexibility (5.6 × 3.0 mm)

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Table of Contents

1.

Characteristics

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2.

Product Code Information

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3.

Typical Characteristics Graphs

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4.

Outline Drawing & Dimension

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5.

Reliability Test Items & Conditions

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6.

Soldering Conditions

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7.

Tape & Reel

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8.

Label Structure

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9.

Packing Structure

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Precautions in Handling & Use

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1. Characteristics a) Absolute Maximum Rating

Item

Symbol

Rating

Unit

Condition

Ambient / Operating Temperature

Ta

-40 ~ +85

ºC

-

Storage Temperature

Tstg

-40 ~ +120

ºC

-

LED Junction Temperature

Tj

110

ºC

-

Forward Current

IF

200

mA

-

Peak Pulsed Forward Current

Ifp

300

mA

Duty 1/10, pulse width 10 ms

Assembly Process Temperature

-

260 <10

ºC s

-

ESD (HBM)

-

±5

kV

-

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b) Electro-optical Characteristics (IF = 65 mA, Ts = 25 ºC)

Item

Forward Voltage (VF)

Unit

CRI (Ra) Min.

Nominal CCT (K)

V

Rank

XA

Bin

Min.

Typ.

Max.

AY

2.6

-

2.7

AZ

2.7

-

2.8

A1

2.8

-

2.9

S4

30.0

32.0

S5

32.0

34.0

S4

30.5

32.5

S5

32.5

34.5

S4

31.0

33.0

S5

33.0

35.0

S4

32.0

34.0

S5

34.0

36.0

S4

33.0

35.0

S5

35.0

37.0

S4

32.5

34.5

S5

34.5

36.5

S4

32.0

34.0

S5

34.0

36.0

2700

3000

3500

Luminous Flux (Φv)

lm

80

4000

5000

5700

6500

Reverse Voltage (@ 5 mA)

V

0.7

-

1.2

Color Rendering Index (Ra)

-

80

-

-

Special CRI (R9)

-

0

-

-

Thermal Resistance (junction to solder point)

ºC/W

-

12

-

Beam Angle

º

-

120

-

Note: Samsung maintains measurement tolerance of: forward voltage = ±0.1 V, luminous flux = ±5 %, CRI = ±3, R9 = ±6.5

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2. Product Code Information

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

S

P

M

W

H

T

5

4

1

M

L

5

X

A

R

K

S

0

Digit

PKG Information

Code

1 2 3

Samsung Package Middle Power

SPM

4 5

Specification

Color

WH

Product Version

T

Form Factor

541

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Sorting Current (mA)

M

65 mA

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Chromaticity Coordinates

L

ANSI Standard

5

Min. 80

12

CRI 7

Min. 90

6 7 8 9

13 14

15 16

Forward Voltage (V)

XA

White

5.6 x 3.0 x 0.7 mm;

2.6~2.9

Bin Code:

4 pads;

LM561C

AY

2.6~2.7

AZ

2.7~2.8

A1

2.8~2.9

W☆

2700

V☆

3000

U☆

3500

U1, U2, U3, U4, U5, U6, U7, U8, U9, UA, UB, UC, UD, UE, UF, UG

T☆

4000

T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, TA, TB, TC, TD, TE, TF, TG

W1, W2, W3, W4, W5, W6, W7, W8, W9, WA, WB, WC, WD, WE, WF, WG Bin Code:

V1, V2, V3, V4, V5, V6, V7, V8, V9, VA, VB, VC, VD, VE, VF, VG

☆ : Warm white: "0" (Whole bin) "M" (Quarter bin)

CCT (K) R★

5000

R1, R2, R3, R4, R5, R6, R7, R8, R9, RA, RB, RC, RD, RE, RF, RG

Q★

5700

Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4, Q5, Q6, Q7, Q8, Q9, QA, QB, QC, QD, QE, QF, QG

P★

6500

P1, P2, P3, P4, P5, P6, P7, P8, P9, PA, PB, PC, PD, PE, PF, PG

★ : Cool white: "0" (Whole bin) or “K” (Kitting bin)

17 18

Luminous Flux

or “K” (Kitting bin)

S0

Bin Code:

S4, S5

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a) Luminous Flux Bins(IF = 65 mA, Ts= 25ºC)

CRI (Ra) Min.

Nominal CCT (K)

Product Code

2700

SPMWHT541ML5XAW☆S0

3000

3500

80

4000

5000

5700

6500

Flux Bin

Flux Range (Φv, lm)

S4

30.0 ~32.0

S5

32.0 ~34.0

S4

30.5 ~ 32.5

S5

32.5 ~ 34.5

S4

31.0 ~ 33.0

S5

33.0 ~ 35.0

S4

32.0 ~ 34.0

S5

34.0 ~ 36.0

S4

33.0 ~ 35.0

S5

35.0 ~ 37.0

S4

32.5 ~ 34.5

S5

34.5 ~ 36.5

S4

32.0 ~ 34.0

S5

34.0 ~ 36.0

SPMWHT541ML5XAV☆S0

SPMWHT541ML5XAU☆S0

SPMWHT541ML5XAT☆S0

SPMWHT541ML5XAR★S0

SPMWHT541ML5XAQ★S0

SPMWHT541ML5XAP★S0

Note: "☆" can be "0" (Whole bin), "M" (Quarter bin) or "K" (Kitting bin) of the color binning "★" can be "0" (Whole bin) or "K" (Kitting bin) of the color binning

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b) Kitting rule

1) Kitting bin Concept 1.

Under agreement between customer and SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS, SAMSUNG can supply kitting bin (VF, Color, lm).

2.

A forward voltage (VF) of kitting bin is combined by a pair of same VF rank such as (A1+A1), (AY+AY) or (AZ+AZ).

3.

A Chromaticity Coordinates of kitting bin is mixed by kitting procedure.(below kitting simulation)

4.

A luminous flux(lm) of kitting bin is combined by a pair of IV rank such as (S4+S4), (S4+S5) or (S5+S5).

[Kitting example]

[Binning Information]

Bin #1

VF

CIE

IV

Bin #2

AY

AY

AZ

AZ

A1

A1

W (1, 2, 5 bin)

Z (C, F, G bin)

V (6, 7, A, B bin)

V (6, 7, A, B bin)

X (3, 4, 8 bin)

Y (9, D, E bin )

S4

S4

S4

S5

S5

S5

※ Each of V,W,X,Y and Z can be one bin without details division.

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c) Color Bins (IF = 65 mA, Ts= 25 ºC)

CRI (Ra) Min.

Nominal CCT (K)

2700

3000

3500

Product Code

Color Rank

Chromaticity Bins

SPMWHT541ML5XAW0S0

W0 (Whole bin)

W1, W2, W3, W4, W5, W6, W7, W8, W9, WA, WB, WC, WD, WE, WF, WG

SPMWHT541ML5XAWM0

WM (Quarter bin)

W6, W7, WA, WB

SPMWHT541ML5XAWK0

WK (Kitting bin)

WV, WW, WX, WY, WZ

SPMWHT541ML5XAV0S0

V0 (Whole bin)

V1, V2, V3, V4, V5, V6, V7, V8, V9, VA, VB, VC, VD, VE, VF, VG

SPMWHT541ML5XAVMS0

VM (Quarter bin)

V6, V7, VA, VB

SPMWHT541ML5XAVKS0

VK (Kitting bin)

VV, VW, VX, VY, VZ

SPMWHT541ML5XAU0S0

U0 (Whole bin)

U1, U2, U3, U4, U5, U6, U7, U8, U9, UA, UB, UC, UD, UE, UF, UG

SPMWHT541ML5XAUMS0

UM (Quarter bin)

U6, U7, UA, UB

SPMWHT541ML5XAUKS0

UK (Kitting bin)

UV, UW, UX, UY, UZ

SPMWHT541ML5XAT0S0

T0 (Whole bin)

T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, TA, TB, TC, TD, TE, TF, TG

SPMWHT541ML5XATMS0

TM (Quarter bin)

T6, T7, TA, TB

SPMWHT541ML5XATKS0

TK (Kitting bin)

TV, TW, TX, TY, TZ

SPMWHT541ML5XAR0S0

R0 (Whole bin)

R1, R2, R3, R4, R5, R6, R7, R8, R9, RA, RB, RC, RD, RE, RF, RG

SPMWHT541ML5XARKS0

RK (Kitting bin)

RV, RW, RX, RY, RZ

SPMWHT541ML5XAQ0S0

Q0 (Whole bin)

Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4, Q5, Q6, Q7, Q8, Q9, QA, QB, QC, QD, QE, QF, QG

SPMWHT541ML5XAQKS0

QK (Kitting bin)

QV, QW, QX, QY, QZ

SPMWHT541ML5XAP0S0

P0 (Whole bin)

P1, P2, P3, P4, P5, P6, P7, P8, P9, PA, PB, PC, PD, PE, PF, PG

SPMWHT541ML5XAPKS0

PK (Kitting bin)

PV, PW, PX, PY, PZ

80

4000

5000

5700

6500

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d)

Voltage Bins (IF = 65 mA, Ts = 25 ºC)

CRI (Ra) Min.

-

Nominal CCT (K)

-

Product Code

-

Voltage Rank

XA

Voltage Bin

Voltage Range (V)

AY

2.6 ~ 2.7

AZ

2.7 ~ 2.8

A1

2.8 ~ 2.9

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e) Chromaticity Region & Coordinates (IF = 65 mA, Ts = 25 ºC)

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e)

Chromaticity Region & Coordinates (IF = 65 mA, Ts = 25 ºC)

Region

CIE x

CIE y

Region

CIE x

CIE y

Region

CIE x

W rank (2700 K) 0.4373

0.3893

0.4418

0.3981

W1

CIE y

Region

CIE x

CIE y

0.4221

0.3984

0.4259

0.4073

V rank (3000 K) 0.4465

0.4071

0.4513

0.4164

W9

0.4147

0.3814

0.4183

0.3898

V1

V9

0.4475

0.3994

0.4573

0.4178

0.4242

0.3919

0.4322

0.4096

0.4428

0.3906

0.4523

0.4085

0.4203

0.3833

0.4281

0.4006

0.4428

0.3906

0.4523

0.4085

0.4203

0.3833

0.4281

0.4006

0.4475

0.3994

0.4573

0.4178

0.4242

0.3919

0.4322

0.4096

W2

WA

V2

VA

0.4532

0.4008

0.4634

0.4193

0.4300

0.3939

0.4385

0.4119

0.4483

0.3919

0.4582

0.4099

0.4259

0.3853

0.4342

0.4028

0.4483

0.3919

0.4582

0.4099

0.4259

0.3853

0.4342

0.4028

0.4532

0.4008

0.4634

0.4193

0.4300

0.3939

0.4385

0.4119

W3

WB

V3

VB

0.4589

0.4021

0.4695

0.4207

0.4359

0.3960

0.4449

0.4141

0.4538

0.3931

0.4641

0.4112

0.4316

0.3873

0.4403

0.4049

0.4538

0.3931

0.4641

0.4112

0.4316

0.3873

0.4403

0.4049

0.4589

0.4021

0.4695

0.4207

0.4359

0.3960

0.4449

0.4141

W4

WC

V4

VC

0.4646

0.4034

0.4756

0.4221

0.4418

0.3981

0.4513

0.4164

0.4593

0.3944

0.4700

0.4126

0.4373

0.3893

0.4465

0.4071

0.4418

0.3981

0.4513

0.4164

0.4183

0.3898

0.4259

0.4073

0.4465

0.4071

0.4562

0.4260

0.4221

0.3984

0.4299

0.4165

W5

WD

V5

VD

0.4523

0.4085

0.4624

0.4274

0.4281

0.4006

0.4364

0.4188

0.4475

0.3994

0.4573

0.4178

0.4242

0.3919

0.4322

0.4096

0.4475

0.3994

0.4573

0.4178

0.4242

0.3919

0.4322

0.4096

0.4523

0.4085

0.4624

0.4274

0.4281

0.4006

0.4364

0.4188

W6

WE

V6

VE

0.4582

0.4099

0.4687

0.4289

0.4342

0.4028

0.4430

0.4212

0.4532

0.4008

0.4634

0.4193

0.4300

0.3939

0.4385

0.4119

0.4532

0.4008

0.4634

0.4193

0.4300

0.3939

0.4385

0.4119

0.4582

0.4099

0.4687

0.4289

0.4342

0.4028

0.4430

0.4212

W7

WF

V7

VF

0.4641

0.4112

0.4750

0.4304

0.4403

0.4049

0.4496

0.4236

0.4589

0.4021

0.4695

0.4207

0.4359

0.3960

0.4449

0.4141

0.4589

0.4021

0.4695

0.4207

0.4359

0.3960

0.4449

0.4141

0.4641

0.4112

0.4750

0.4304

0.4403

0.4049

0.4496

0.4236

W8

WG

V8

VG

0.4700

0.4126

0.4813

0.4319

0.4465

0.4071

0.4562

0.4260

0.4646

0.4034

0.4756

0.4221

0.4418

0.3981

0.4513

0.4164

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e) Chromaticity Region & Coordinates

Region

CIE x

CIE y

Region

CIE x

CIE y

Region

CIE x

U rank (3500 K) 0.3889

0.3690

0.3915

0.3768

U1

CIE y

Region

CIE x

CIE y

0.3702

0.3722

0.3763

0.3760

T rank (4000 K) 0.3941

0.3848

0.3968

0.3930

U9

0.3670

0.3578

0.3726

0.3612

T1

T9

0.3981

0.3800

0.4040

0.3966

0.3744

0.3685

0.3782

0.3837

0.3953

0.3720

0.4010

0.3882

0.3686

0.3649

0.3719

0.3797

0.3953

0.3720

0.4010

0.3882

0.3726

0.3612

0.3763

0.3760

0.3981

0.3800

0.4040

0.3966

0.3783

0.3646

0.3825

0.3798

U2

UA

T2

TA

0.4048

0.3832

0.4113

0.4001

0.3804

0.3721

0.3847

0.3877

0.4017

0.3751

0.4080

0.3916

0.3744

0.3685

0.3782

0.3837

0.4017

0.3751

0.4080

0.3916

0.3783

0.3646

0.3825

0.3798

0.4048

0.3832

0.4113

0.4001

0.3840

0.3681

0.3887

0.3836

U3

UB

T3

TB

0.4116

0.3865

0.4186

0.4037

0.3863

0.3758

0.3912

0.3917

0.4082

0.3782

0.4150

0.3950

0.3804

0.3721

0.3847

0.3877

0.4082

0.3782

0.4150

0.3950

0.3840

0.3681

0.3887

0.3837

0.4116

0.3865

0.4186

0.4037

0.3898

0.3716

0.3950

0.3875

U4

UC

T4

TC

0.4183

0.3898

0.4259

0.4073

0.3924

0.3794

0.3978

0.3958

0.4147

0.3814

0.4221

0.3984

0.3863

0.3758

0.3912

0.3917

0.3915

0.3768

0.3968

0.3930

0.3686

0.3649

0.3719

0.3797

0.3941

0.3848

0.3996

0.4015

0.3744

0.3685

0.3782

0.3837

U5

UD

T5

TD

0.4010

0.3882

0.4071

0.4052

0.3763

0.3760

0.3802

0.3916

0.3981

0.3800

0.4040

0.3966

0.3702

0.3722

0.3736

0.3874

0.3981

0.3800

0.4040

0.3966

0.3744

0.3685

0.3782

0.3837

0.4010

0.3882

0.4071

0.4052

0.3804

0.3721

0.3847

0.3877

U6

UE

T6

TE

0.4080

0.3916

0.4146

0.4089

0.3825

0.3798

0.3869

0.3958

0.4048

0.3832

0.4113

0.4001

0.3763

0.376

0.3802

0.3916

0.4048

0.3832

0.4113

0.4001

0.3804

0.3721

0.3847

0.3877

0.4080

0.3916

0.4146

0.4089

0.3863

0.3758

0.3912

0.3917

U7

UF

T7

TF

0.4150

0.3950

0.4222

0.4127

0.3887

0.3836

0.3937

0.4001

0.4116

0.3865

0.4186

0.4037

0.3825

0.3798

0.3869

0.3958

0.4116

0.3865

0.4186

0.4037

0.3863

0.3758

0.3912

0.3917

0.4150

0.3950

0.4222

0.4127

0.3924

0.3794

0.3978

0.3958

U8

UG

T8

TG

0.4221

0.3984

0.4299

0.4165

0.3950

0.3875

0.4006

0.4044

0.4183

0.3898

0.4259

0.4073

0.3887

0.3836

0.3937

0.4001

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e) Chromaticity Region & Coordinates

Region

CIE x

CIE y

Region

CIE x

CIE y

Region

CIE x

R rank (5000 K) 0.3366

0.3369

0.3369

0.3430

R1

CIE y

Region

CIE x

CIE y

0.3211

0.3407

0.3215

0.3353

Q rank (5700 K) 0.3371

0.3490

0.3374

0.3553

R9

0.3218

0.3298

0.3222

0.3243

Q1

Q9

0.3407

0.3460

0.3415

0.3587

0.3258

0.3275

0.3254

0.3388

0.3403

0.3398

0.3411

0.3522

0.3256

0.3331

0.3252

0.3444

0.3403

0.3398

0.3411

0.3522

0.3256

0.3331

0.3252

0.3444

0.3407

0.3460

0.3415

0.3587

0.3258

0.3275

0.3254

0.3388

R2

RA

Q2

QA

0.3446

0.3491

0.3457

0.3621

0.3294

0.3306

0.3293

0.3423

0.3440

0.3427

0.3451

0.3554

0.3294

0.3364

0.3293

0.3481

0.3440

0.3427

0.3451

0.3554

0.3294

0.3364

0.3293

0.3481

0.3446

0.3491

0.3457

0.3621

0.3294

0.3306

0.3293

0.3423

R3

RB

Q3

QB

0.3485

0.3522

0.3500

0.3655

0.333

0.3338

0.3332

0.3458

0.3478

0.3457

0.3492

0.3587

0.3331

0.3398

0.3333

0.3518

0.3478

0.3457

0.3492

0.3587

0.3331

0.3398

0.3333

0.3518

0.3485

0.3522

0.3500

0.3655

0.333

0.3338

0.3332

0.3458

R4

RC

Q4

QC

0.3524

0.3554

0.3542

0.3690

0.3366

0.3369

0.3371

0.3493

0.3515

0.3487

0.3533

0.3620

0.3369

0.3431

0.3374

0.3554

0.3369

0.3430

0.3374

0.3553

0.3215

0.3353

0.3207

0.3462

0.3371

0.3490

0.3376

0.3616

0.3218

0.3298

0.3211

0.3407

R5

RD

Q5

QD

0.3411

0.3522

0.3420

0.3652

0.3256

0.3331

0.3252

0.3444

0.3407

0.3460

0.3415

0.3587

0.3254

0.3388

0.325

0.3501

0.3407

0.3460

0.3415

0.3587

0.3254

0.3388

0.325

0.3501

0.3411

0.3522

0.3420

0.3652

0.3256

0.3331

0.3252

0.3444

R6

RE

Q6

QE

0.3451

0.3554

0.3463

0.3687

0.3294

0.3364

0.3293

0.3481

0.3446

0.3491

0.3457

0.3621

0.3293

0.3423

0.3292

0.3539

0.3446

0.3491

0.3457

0.3621

0.3293

0.3423

0.3292

0.3539

0.3451

0.3554

0.3463

0.3687

0.3294

0.3364

0.3293

0.3481

R7

RF

Q7

QF

0.3492

0.3587

0.3507

0.3724

0.3331

0.3398

0.3333

0.3518

0.3485

0.3522

0.3500

0.3655

0.3332

0.3458

0.3334

0.3578

0.3485

0.3522

0.3500

0.3655

0.3332

0.3458

0.3334

0.3578

0.3492

0.3587

0.3507

0.3724

0.3331

0.3398

0.3333

0.3518

R8

RG

Q8

QG

0.3533

0.3620

0.3551

0.3760

0.3369

0.3431

0.3374

0.3554

0.3524

0.3554

0.3542

0.3690

0.3371

0.3493

0.3376

0.3616

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e) Chromaticity Region & Coordinates

Region

CIE x

CIE y

Region

CIE x

CIE y

0.3048

0.3207

0.3089

0.3249

P rank (6500 K) 0.3068

0.3113

0.3106

0.3150

P1

P9 0.3098

0.3199

0.3080

0.3298

0.3058

0.3160

0.3038

0.3256

0.3106

0.3150

0.3089

0.3249

0.3144

0.3186

0.3130

0.3290

P2

PA 0.3137

0.3238

0.3123

0.3341

0.3098

0.3199

0.3080

0.3298

0.3144

0.3186

0.3130

0.3290

0.3183

0.3224

0.3172

0.3332

P3

PB 0.3177

0.3278

0.3166

0.3384

0.3137

0.3238

0.3123

0.3341

0.3183

0.3224

0.3172

0.3332

0.3221

0.3261

0.3213

0.3373

P4

PC 0.3217

0.3317

0.3209

0.3427

0.3177

0.3278

0.3166

0.3384

0.3058

0.3160

0.3038

0.3256

0.3098

0.3199

0.3080

0.3298

P5

PD 0.3089

0.3249

0.3072

0.3348

0.3048

0.3207

0.3028

0.3304

0.3098

0.3199

0.3080

0.3298

0.3137

0.3238

0.3123

0.3341

P6

PE 0.3130

0.3290

0.3115

0.3391

0.3089

0.3249

0.3072

0.3348

0.3137

0.3238

0.3123

0.3341

0.3177

0.3278

0.3166

0.3384

P7

PF 0.3172

0.3332

0.3160

0.3436

0.3130

0.3290

0.3115

0.3391

0.3177

0.3278

0.3166

0.3384

0.3217

0.3317

0.3209

0.3427

P8

PG 0.3213

0.3373

0.3205

0.3481

0.3172

0.3332

0.3160

0.3436

Note: Samsung maintains measurement tolerance of:

Cx, Cy = ±0.005

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f)

Kintting Chromaticity Region & Coordinates (IF = 65 mA, Ts = 25 ºC)

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f) Kintting Chromaticity Region & Coordinates (IF = 65 mA, Ts = 25 ºC)

Region

CIE x

CIE y

Region

CIE x

CIE y

Region

CIE x

W rank (2700 K) 0.4475

0.3994

0.4589

0.4021

CIE y

Region

CIE x

CIE y

V rank (3000 K)

WV

0.4242

0.3919

0.4359

0.3960

VV 0.4695

0.4207

0.4449

0.4141

0.4573

0.4178

0.4322

0.4096

0.4373

0.3893

0.4465

0.4071

0.4147

0.3814

0.4221

0.3984

0.4483

0.3919

0.4523

0.4085

0.4259

0.3853

0.4281

0.4006

0.4532

0.4008

0.4573

0.4178

0.4300

0.3939

0.4322

0.4096

WW

WY

VW

VY

0.4475

0.3994

0.4634

0.4193

0.4242

0.3919

0.4385

0.4119

0.4523

0.4085

0.4687

0.4289

0.4281

0.4006

0.4430

0.4212

0.4465

0.4071

0.4562

0.4260

0.4221

0.3984

0.4299

0.4165

0.4483

0.3919

0.4641

0.4112

0.4259

0.3853

0.4403

0.4049

0.4593

0.3944

0.4700

0.4126

0.4373

0.3893

0.4465

0.4071

0.4700

0.4126

0.4813

0.4319

0.4465

0.4071

0.4562

0.4260

WX

WZ

VX

VZ

0.4641

0.4112

0.4687

0.4289

0.4403

0.4049

0.4430

0.4212

0.4589

0.4021

0.4634

0.4193

0.4359

0.3960

0.4385

0.4119

0.4532

0.4008

0.4695

0.4207

0.4300

0.3939

0.4449

0.4141

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f) Kintting Chromaticity Region & Coordinates

Region

CIE x

CIE y

Region

CIE x

CIE y

Region

CIE x

U rank (3500 K) 0.3981

0.3800

0.4116

0.3865

CIE y

Region

CIE x

CIE y

T rank (4000 K)

UV

0.3744

0.3685

0.3863

0.3758

TV 0.4186

0.4037

0.3912

0.3917

0.4040

0.3966

0.3782

0.3837

0.3889

0.3690

0.3941

0.3848

0.3670

0.3578

0.3702

0.3722

0.4017

0.3751

0.4010

0.3882

0.3783

0.3646

0.3763

0.3760

0.4048

0.3832

0.4040

0.3966

0.3804

0.3721

0.3782

0.3837

UW

UY

TW

TY

0.3981

0.3800

0.4113

0.4001

0.3744

0.3685

0.3847

0.3877

0.4010

0.3882

0.4146

0.4089

0.3763

0.3760

0.3869

0.3958

0.3941

0.3848

0.3996

0.4015

0.3702

0.3722

0.3736

0.3874

0.4017

0.3751

0.4150

0.3950

0.3783

0.3646

0.3887

0.3837

0.4147

0.3814

0.4221

0.3984

0.3898

0.3716

0.3950

0.3875

0.4221

0.3984

0.4299

0.4165

0.3950

0.3875

0.4006

0.4044

UX

UZ

TX

TZ

0.4150

0.3950

0.4146

0.4089

0.3887

0.3837

0.3869

0.3958

0.4116

0.3865

0.4113

0.4001

0.3863

0.3758

0.3847

0.3877

0.4048

0.3832

0.4186

0.4037

0.3804

0.3721

0.3912

0.3917

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f) Kintting Chromaticity Region & Coordinates

Region

CIE x

CIE y

Region

CIE x

CIE y

Region

CIE x

R rank (5000 K) 0.3407

0.3460

0.3485

0.3524

CIE y

Region

CIE x

CIE y

Q rank (5700 K)

RV

0.3256

0.3331

0.3331

0.3398

QV 0.3500

0.3655

0.3333

0.3518

0.3415

0.3588

0.3252

0.3444

0.3366

0.3369

0.3371

0.3493

0.3222

0.3243

0.3215

0.3353

0.3440

0.3427

0.3411

0.3525

0.3294

0.3306

0.3254

0.3388

0.3446

0.3491

0.3415

0.3588

0.3294

0.3364

0.3252

0.3444

RW

RY

QW

QY

0.3407

0.3460

0.3457

0.3621

0.3256

0.3331

0.3293

0.3481

0.3411

0.3525

0.3463

0.3687

0.3254

0.3388

0.3292

0.3539

0.3371

0.3493

0.3376

0.3616

0.3215

0.3353

0.3207

0.3462

0.3440

0.3428

0.3457

0.3621

0.3294

0.3306

0.3293

0.3481

0.3514

0.3487

0.3500

0.3655

0.3366

0.3369

0.3333

0.3518

0.3533

0.3620

0.3492

0.3587

0.3371

0.3493

0.3332

0.3458

RX

RZ

QX

QZ

0.3492

0.3587

0.3533

0.3620

0.3332

0.3458

0.3371

0.3493

0.3485

0.3522

0.3551

0.3760

0.3331

0.3398

0.3376

0.3616

0.3446

0.3493

0.3463

0.3687

0.3294

0.3364

0.3292

0.3539

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f) Kintting Chromaticity Region & Coordinates

Region

CIE x

CIE y

Region

CIE x

CIE y

P rank (6500 K) 0.3098

0.3199

0.3177

0.3278

0.3166

0.3384

0.3080

0.3298

0.3068

0.3113

0.3048

0.3207

0.3144

0.3186

0.3089

0.3249

0.3137

0.3238

0.308

0.3298

PV

PW

PY 0.3098

0.3199

0.3123

0.3341

0.3089

0.3249

0.3115

0.3391

0.3048

0.3207

0.3028

0.3304

0.3144

0.3186

0.3123

0.3341

0.3221

0.3261

0.3166

0.3384

0.3213

0.3373

0.3172

0.3332

PX

PZ 0.3172

0.3332

0.3213

0.3373

0.3177

0.3278

0.3205

0.3481

0.3137

0.3238

0.3115

0.3391

Note: Samsung maintains measurement tolerance of:

Cx, Cy = ±0.005

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3.

Typical Characteristics Graphs

a) Spectrum Distribution (IF = 65 mA, Ts = 25 ºC)

CCT: 2700 K (80 CRI)

CCT: 3000 K (80 CRI)

CCT: 3500 K (80 CRI)

CCT: 4000 K (80 CRI)

CCT: 5000 K (80 CRI)

CCT: 5700 K (80 CRI)

21

CCT: 6500 K (80 CRI)

b) Forward Current Characteristics (Ts = 25 ºC)

c) Temperature Characteristics (IF = 65 mA)

22

d) Color Shift Characteristics

Ts = 25 ºC

e) Derating Curve

f) Beam Angle Characteristics

(IF = 65 mA, Ts = 25 ºC)

IF = 65 mA

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4. Outline Drawing & Dimension

ⓐ ⓑ

   

Measurement unit: mm Tolerance is ±0.10mm Maximum compressing force is 15 N on the body ⓐ Do not place pressure on the encapsulation resin ⓑ

Ts point

Notes: 1) This LED has built-in ESD protection device(s) connected in parallel to LED chip(s). 2) Ts point and measurement method: ① Measure one point at the cathode pad, if necessary remove PSR of PCB to reach Ts point. ② All pads must be soldered to the PCB to dissipate heat properly, otherwise the LED can be damaged.

Precautions: 1) Pressure on the LEDs will influence to the reliability of the LEDs. Precautions should be taken to avoid strong pressure on the LEDs. Do not put stress on the LEDs during heating. 2) Re-soldering should not be done after the LEDs have been soldered. If re-soldering is unavoidable, LED`s characteristics should be carefully checked before and after such repair. 3) Do not stack assembled PCBs together. Since materials of LEDs is soft, abrasion between two PCB assembled with LED might cause catastrophic failure of the LEDs.

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5. Reliability Test Items & Conditions a) Test Items

Test Item

Test Condition

Test Hour / Cycle

Sample No.

Room Temperature Life Test

25 ºC, DC 200 mA

1000 h

22

High Temperature Life Test

85 ºC, DC 200 mA

1000 h

22

High Temperature Humidity Life Test

60 ºC, 95 % RH, DC 200 mA

1000 h

22

Low Temperature Life Test

-40 ºC, DC 200 mA

1000 h

22

Powered Temperature Cycle Test

-45 ºC / 20 min ↔ 85 ºC / 20 min, sweep 100 min cycle on/off: each 5 min, DC 200 mA

100 cycles

22

Thermal Cycle

-45 ºC / 15 min ↔ 125 ºC / 15 min → Hot plate 180 ºC

500 cycles

100

High Temperature Storage

120 ºC

1000 h

11

Low Temperature Storage

-40 ºC

1000 h

11

ESD (HBM)

R1: 10 MΩ R2: 1.5 kΩ C: 100 pF V: ±5 kV

5 times

30

ESD (MM)

R1: 10 MΩ R2: 0 C: 200 pF V: ±0.5 kV

5 times

30

Vibration Test

20~2000~20 Hz, 200 m/s2, sweep 4 min X, Y, Z 3 direction, each 1 cycle

4 cycles

11

Mechanical Shock Test

1500 g, 0.5 ms 3 shocks each X-Y-Z axis

5 cycles

11

b) Criteria for Judging the Damage

Item

Symbol

Test Condition (Ts = 25 ºC)

Limit Min

Max

Forward Voltage

VF

IF = 65 mA

Init. Value * 0.9

Init. Value * 1.1

Luminous Flux

Φv

IF = 65 mA

Init. Value * 0.7

Init. Value * 1.1

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6. Soldering Conditions a) Reflow Conditions (Pb free)

Reflow frequency:

2 times max.

b) Manual Soldering Conditions

Not more than 5 seconds @ max. 300 ºC, under soldering iron.

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7. Tape & Reel a) Taping Dimension (unit: mm)

Anode Marks

Taping Direction

500 mm 500 mm

27

b) Reel Dimension

(unit: mm)

Notes: 1) Quantity:

The quantity/reel is 2,500 pcs

2) Cumulative Tolerance: Cumulative tolerance / 10 pitches is ±0.2 mm 3) Adhesion Strength of Cover Tape: Adhesion strength is 0.1-0.7 N when the cover tape is turned off from the carrier tape at 10° angle to the carrier tape 4) Packaging: P/N, Manufacturing data code no. and quantity are indicated on the aluminum packing bag

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8. Label Structure a) Label Structure ⓐⓑⓒⓓⓔⓕ

A1R1S5 Bin Code SPMWHT541ML5XAR0S0 A1R1S5

01

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Product Code

GLAYC4001 / 1001 / 2,500 pcs

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Lot Number

Note:

Denoted bin code and product code above is only an example (see description on page 5)

Bin Code: ⓐⓑ:

Forward Voltage bin

ⓒⓓ:

Chromaticity bin (refer to page 10-13)

ⓔⓕ:

Luminous Flux bin (refer to page 8)

(refer to page 8)

b) Lot Number

The lot number is composed of the following characters:

A1R1S5 SPMWHT541ML5XAR0S0 A1R1S5

01

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ①②③④⑤⑥⑦⑧⑨/1ⓐⓑⓒ/ 2,500 pcs

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII

①②③④⑤⑥⑦⑧⑨ / 1ⓐⓑⓒ / 2,500 pcs ①

:

Production site (S: Giheung, Korea,



:

L (LED)



:

Product state (A: Normal, B: Bulk, C: First Production, R: Reproduction, S: Sample)



:

Year



:

Month

⑥⑦⑧⑨

:

Day (1~9, A, B~V)

ⓐⓑⓒ

:

Product serial number

(Z: 2015, A: 2016, B: 2017…) (1~9, A, B, C)

(001 ~ 999)

G: Tianjin, China)

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9. Packing Structure a) Packing Process Reel

A1R1S5 SPMWHT541ML5XAR0S0 A1R1S5

01

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII GLAYC4001 / 1001 / 2,500 pcs

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII

Aluminum Vinyl Packing Bag

A1R1S5 SPMWHT541ML5XAR0S0 A1R1S5

01

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Outer Box Material:

Paper (SW3B(B)) Size (mm)

Type

Note L

W

H

7 inch

L

245 ± 5

220 ± 5

182 ± 5

Up to 10 reels

7 inch

S

245 ± 5

220 ± 5

86 ± 5

Up to 5 reels



Side Label

A1R1S5 SPMWHT541ML5XAR0S0 A1R1S5

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H

① LED

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W L

30

b)

Packing Process for kitting

Reel Kitting ‘A’

Kitting ‘B’

Kitting ‘B’

Kitting ‘A’

AY◇ZS4

AY◇WS4

SPMWHT541ML5XA◇KS0 AY◇ZS4

SPMWHT541ML5XA◇KS0 AY◇WS4 01 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII

GLAW94001 / 1001 / 2,500 pcs

GLAW94001 / 1001 / 2,500 pcs

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IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII

01

Aluminum Vinyl Packing Bag Kitting ‘B’

Kitting ‘A’

AY◇ZS4

AY◇WS4

SPMWHT541ML5XA◇KS0 AY◇ZS4

SPMWHT541ML5XA◇KS0 AY◇WS4 01 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII

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GLAW94001 / 1001 / 2,500 pcs

GLAW94001 / 1001 / 2,500 pcs

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01

B

Outer Box Kitting ‘B’

Kitting ‘A’

A B

AY◇ZS4

AY◇WS4 SPMWHT541ML5XA◇KS0 AY◇WS4 01

SPMWHT541ML5XA◇KS0 AY◇ZS4

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GLAW94001 / 1001 / 25,000 pcs

GLAW94001 / 1001 / 25,000 pcs

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Tape

01

[BOX Label]

[BOX Label]

Note: "◇" can be Nominal CCT code. A B Material:

Paper (SW3B(B)) Size (mm)

Type 7 inch

A B

L

Note

L

W

H

245 ± 5

220 ± 5

182 ± 5

Up to 10 reels

LED

A B

A B

A B

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b)

Aluminum Vinyl Packing Bag

A1R1S5 SPMWHT541ML5XAR0S0 A1R1S5

01

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c) Silica Gel & Humidity Indicator Card inside Aluminum Vinyl Bag

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10. Precautions in Handling & Use 1)

For over-current protection, users are recommended to apply resistors connected in series with the LEDs to mitigate sudden change of the forward current caused by shift of forward voltage.

2)

This device should not be used in any type of fluid such as water, oil, organic solvent, etc. When cleaning is required, IPA is recommended as the cleaning agent. Some solvent-based cleaning agent may damage the silicone resins used in the device.

3)

When the device is in operation, the forward current should be carefully determined considering the maximum ambient temperature and corresponding junction temperature.

4)

LEDs must be stored in a clean environment. If the LEDs are to be stored for three months or more after being shipped from Samsung, they should be packed with a nitrogen-filled container (shelf life of sealed bags is 12 months at temperature 0~40 ºC, 0~90 % RH).

5)

After storage bag is opened, device subjected to soldering, solder reflow, or other high temperature processes must be: a. Mounted within 672 hours (28 days) at an assembly line with a condition of no more than 30 ºC / 60 % RH, or b. Stored at <10 % RH

6)

Repack unused devices with anti-moisture packing, fold to close any opening and then store in a dry place.

7)

Devices require baking before mounting, if humidity card reading is >60 % at 23 ± 5 ºC.

8)

Devices must be baked for 10~24 hours at 60 ± 5 ºC, if baking is required.

9)

The LEDs are sensitive to the static electricity and surge current. It is recommended to use a wrist band or antielectrostatic glove when handling the LEDs. If voltage exceeding the absolute maximum rating is applied to LEDs, it may cause damage or even destruction to LED devices. Damaged LEDs may show some unusual characteristics such as increase in leakage current, lowered turn-on voltage, or abnormal lighting of LEDs at low current.

10) VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) can be generated from adhesives, flux, hardener or organic additives used in luminaires (fixtures). Transparent LED silicone encapsulant is permeable to those chemicals and they may lead to a discoloration of encapsulant when they exposed to heat or light. This phenomenon can cause a significant loss of light emitted (output) from the luminaires. In order to prevent these problems, we recommend users to know the physical properties of materials used in luminaires and they must be carefully selected. 11) Risk of sulfurization (or tarnishing) The LED from Samsung uses a silver-plated lead frame and its surface color may change to black (or dark colored) when it is exposed to sulfur (S), chlorine (Cl) or other halogen compound. Sulfurization of lead frame may cause intensity degradation, change of chromaticity coordinates and, in extreme cases, open circuit. It requires caution. Due to possible sulfurization of lead frame, LED should not be used and stored together with oxidizing substances made of materials such as rubber, plain paper, lead solder cream, etc.

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