XLamp XT-E Royal Blue

High-performing royal-blue LED optimized to lower system cost for remote-phosphor applications

The new XLamp® XT-E Royal Blue LED delivers the industry’s tightest wavelength bins combined with category-leading brightness to simplify remote-phosphor designs and lower system costs.

The XLamp XT-E Royal Blue LED is Cree’s brightest, most-efficient and smallest royal-blue LED. Based on Cree's latest silicon-carbide-based LED platform, the XLamp XT-E Royal Blue LED delivers up to 575 mW at 350 mA and 85°C.


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Specifications

Size 3.45 x 3.45 mm
Maximum Drive Current 1 A
Max Power (W) 5 W
Typical Forward Voltage 2.85 V @ 350 mA
Maximum Reverse Voltage 5 V
Viewing Angle 140 °
Maximum Junction Temperature 150 °C
Binning 85°C
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

Variations

Color Dominant Wavelength
(nm)
Minimum Radiant Flux
(mW) @ 350 mA, 85°C
Royal Blue 450 -– 465 475 -– 600

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XLamp XP-G2, XLamp XT-E Royal Blue, XLamp XT-E White

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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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