XLamp ML-C

Versatile, Mid-Power, Lighting-Class LED

The Cree XLamp® ML-C LED brings lighting-class performance to 1/3-watt LEDs and continues Cree's history of leading-edge innovation in LEDs for lighting applications. The XLamp® ML-C LED brings high performance and a smooth look to a wide range of lighting applications, including linear lighting, LED replacement lamps, fluorescent retrofits and retail-display lighting. The ML-C LED is available in parallel, series, high-CRI and color options. With a typical forward voltage of 6.4 V at 50 mA, ML-C series LEDs provide a high-voltage option that can enable a driver that is cheaper, more efficient and smaller in size to lower system cost. The minimum-80, 85 and 90 CRI ML-C LEDs enable customers to address applications, such as retail and restaurant lighting, where high CRI is required.


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Specifications

Size 3.5 x 3.4 mm
Product Options Parallel
Series
Color
Maximum Drive Current 0.35 A (parallel)
0.175 A (series)
0.25 A (Royal Blue)
Max Power (W) 0.3 W
Max Light Output (lm) 28 lm
Maximum Efficacy at Binning Conditions (lm/W) 120 lm/W
Typical Forward Voltage 3.2 V @ 100 mA (parallel)
6.4 V White @ 50 mA (series)
Maximum Reverse Voltage -5 V
Viewing Angle 120
Maximum Junction Temperature 150 °C
Binning ANSI
Maximum ESD Withstand Voltage 8000 V (HBM per Mil-Std-883D)
ESD Classification Class 2 (parallel)(HBM per Mil-Std-883D)
Reflow Solderable Yes - JEDEC J-STD-020C-compatible
RoHS-Compliant Yes
REACh-Compliant Yes
UL-Recognized Yes - Level 4 Enclosure Consideration

Variations

CRI Color Temperature (K)
Warm White
2600 -– 4300
Cool White
4500 -– 8300
Typ 75
Typ 80
Min 80
Min 85
Min 90

Color

Color Dominant
Wavelength
(nm)
Minimum
Radiant Flux
(mW) @ 100 mA
Royal Blue 450 -– 465 100

Documentation

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