XLamp XQ-A

Mid-power LED platform in proven ceramic XQ package

The XLamp® XQ-A LED brings a mid-power, cost-effective option to the proven, compact ceramic XQ package, enabling lighting manufacturers to quickly and easily expand their product portfolio by leveraging a common XQ design. Unlike plastic mid-power LEDs, the ceramic-based XQ-A LEDs are designed to deliver the long-term calculated lifetimes of Cree's other high-power LEDs. The XQ-A LED's combination of optical symmetry and consistency across all colors improves color mixing and simplifies the production process for lighting manufacturers. Available in both white and color configurations, the XQ-A LED family opens up new design possibilities for a wide spectrum of lighting applications, such as portable, directional, architectural and vehicle lighting.


Specifications

Variations

Documentation

Specifications

Size 1.6 x 1.6 mm
Maximum Drive Current 0.3 A (White)
Max Power (W) 1 W
Max Light Output (lm) 89 lm
Maximum Efficacy at Binning Conditions (lm/W) 118 lm/W
Typical Forward Voltage 3 V White @ 175 mA
Maximum Reverse Voltage 5 V
Viewing Angle 100 ° (White)
Maximum Junction Temperature 150 °C
Binning 85°C
ANSI
Maximum ESD Withstand Voltage 8000 V (HBM per Mil-Std-883D)
Reflow Solderable Yes - JEDEC J-STD-020C-compatible
RoHS-Compliant Yes
REACh-Compliant Yes
UL-Recognized Yes - Level 1 Enclosure Consideration

Variations

CRI Color Temperature (K)
Warm White
2600 – 3700
Neutral White
3700 – 5000
 Cool White
5000 – 8300
Min 70
Min 80 
Min 90 


Color
 

Color Dominant Wavelength
(nm)
Minimum
Luminous Flux
(lm)
@ 175 mA
Red 620 – 630 23.5 – 30.6
Red-Orange 610 – 620 30.6 – 39.8
PC Amber - 26.8 – 35.2
Green 520 – 535 30.6 – 45.7
Blue 465 – 485 10.7 – 13.9
Color Dominant Wavelength 
(nm)
Minimum
Radiant Flux
(mW)
@ 175 mA
Royal Blue 450 – 465 210 – 250

Documentation

Data & Ordering Version Last Updated

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Chemical Compatibility Testing Procedures Video

Download the Application Note and watch this video to learn more about Cree's Chemical Compatibility Testing Procedures

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