Osram headlight LED becomes part of standard soldering process

-September 19, 2013

The Oslon Black Flat LED from Osram Opto Semiconductors  is now available in a two-chip version. Suitable for all headlight functions, the LED is an SMT component that can be directly attached to a PCB and processed with other components as part of the standard soldering process. The capability saves both cost and time, given the LED’s reduced complexity.

Figure 1. Cyclic thermal stability, homogeneous light distribution, small package dimensions and more: the new 2-chip LED from Osram Opto Semiconductors lines up with a wealth of advantages.


The LED achieves over 500 lumens at 1 ampere from a compact 3.1 mm x 3.75 mm x 0.5 mm (height) package. The slimmer LED is suitable for both low beams and high beams, fog lamps and daytime running lights with guides where optical incoupling is used.


Additional features include:

  • Homogeneous distribution of light
  • Very good contrast ratio and cyclic stability
  • QFN housing expands similar to the PCB during high-tem cycle loads
  • Soldered joints are stronger and exposed to less strain
  • Sealing technology enables uniform distribution of light and good contrast conditions


Samples are available, volume start-up in early 2014. Contact company for pricing and delivery.


For a range of product materials, click here.

For more information, visit Osram Opto Semiconductors


Download LED datasheets at Datasheets.com.




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