SMBB630-1100-02Today LED is widely used in horticultural lightings. While increasing crops, shorting growth cycle and improving overall plant quality, LED can also significantly reduce energy consumption and offer much longer product life. Red of 625 to 675 nm and blue of 425 to 475 nm are most commonly used LED in grow lights. Yet infrared around 730 nm and UV between 300 and 400 nm are said to have effect on plant growth. Offered in wide range of UV, blue, red, and IR wavelengths, our high power SMD, SMBB and SMB work very well for horticultural lighting.
The SMBD and SMBD series has one, two, or three 1.0 x 1.0 mm chips mounted on a copper heat sink in a 5 x 5 mm package. The SMBD and SMBB series are designed to be used with proper heat sinking to improve thermal conductive efficiency. The over-molded lens viewing angle options include approximately +/- 10, 40, and 60 degree half view angles. Flat-surface SMBD and SMBD can be used with secondary optics TINA lens to further enhance their radiant intensity. For more information, please contact us.
SMBD and SMBB are moisture sensitive devices and need to be handled accordingly to the instructions in SMD LED storage and handling precautions below. Otherwise they may be damaged during solder reflow and may fail.
* SMD LED Storage and handling precautions
|SMBB and SMBD|
|Viewing half angle||+/- 65||+/- 10||+/- 20||+/- 40|