From: Watson 'Atto Parsec' Name
Subject: Re: luxeon star leds
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Date: Sun, 24 Nov 2002 13:13:18 -0800
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In article <4qOdndKA8o8vaH2gXTWcow@texas.net>, JOJ@Texas.net talked
> Just to add a bit of confusion to the mix...
> The company I work for is using these Luxeon Star LEDs.
> I helped design several PC Boards to mount them on.
> I have, so far, designed 4x LED PCBs, 5x LED PCBs, 10x LED PCBs and 12x LED
> The LEDs do get a tad warmish - but seem to do okay.
> If anyone is interested in obtaining these PCBs, or details on them, I may
> be able to put you in touch with a fella who would be intrested in talking
> to you.
> BTW: There is a class held by the folks at Luxeon - that may be helpful to
> some. I know that the fella at the company went to it, and came away with a
> notebook full of information, and a more clear idea of how these LEDs work.
> James Jackson
I'm interested in when and if they're going to cost less than $16 each.
But I'm grateful that one Luxeon Star is 8 times more expensive than a 5 mm
LED, but puts out much more than 8 times the light.
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