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HLMP-ELxx, HLMP-EHxx, HLMP-EJxx, HLMP-EGxx
T-1¾ (5 mm) Precision Optical Performance AlInGaP LED Lamps
Data Sheet
Description
These Precision Optical Performance AlInGaP LEDs provide
superior light output for excellent readability in sunlight and
are extremely reliable. AlInGaP LED technology provides
extremely stable light output over long periods of time.
Precision Optical Performance lamps utilize the aluminum
indium gallium phosphide (AlInGaP) technology.
These LED lamps are untinted, nondiffused, T-1¾ packages
incorporating second-generation optics producing well
defined spatial radiation patterns at specific viewing cone
angles.
These lamps are made with an advanced optical grade epoxy,
offering superior high temperature and high moisture
resistance performance in outdoor signal and sign
applications. The high maximum LED junction temperature
limit of +130 °C enables high temperature operation in bright
sunlight conditions. The package epoxy contains both uv-a
and uv-b inhibitors to reduce the effects of long-term exposure
to direct sunlight.
These lamps are available in two package options to give the
designer flexibility with device mounting.
Benefits
Viewing angles match traffic management sign
requirements
Colors meet automotive and pedestrian signal
specifications
Superior performance in outdoor environments
Suitable for autoinsertion onto PC boards
Features
Well-defined spatial radiation patterns
Viewing angles: 8°, 15°, 23°, 30°
High luminous output
Colors:
590 nm amber
605 nm orange
615 nm reddish-orange
626 nm red
High operating temperature: TJLED = +130°C
Superior resistance to moisture
Package options:
With or without lead stand-offs
Applications
Traffic management:
Traffic signals
Pedestrian signals
Work zone warning lights
Variable message signs
Commercial outdoor advertising:
Signs
Marquees
Automotive:
Exterior and interior lights
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HLMP-ELxx, HLMP-EHxx, HLMP-EJxx, HLMP-EGxx
Data Sheet
Device Selection Guide
Table 1 Device Selection Guide, 8° Typical Viewing Angle
Typical
Viewing Angle
2θ½ (Deg)a
Color and Dominant
Wavelength
(nm), Typb
Lamps without
Standoffs on Leads
(Outline Drawing A)
Lamps with Standoffs
on Leads
(Outline Drawing B)
8° Amber 590
HLMP-EL08-T0000
HLMP-EL08-VY000
HLMP-EL08-WZ000
HLMP-EL08-X1K00
HLMP-EL10-VY000
HLMP-EL10-X1K00
Orange 605
Red-Orange 615
HLMP-EL08-X1000
HLMP-EJ08-WZ000
HLMP-EJ08-X1000
HLMP-EJ08-Y2000
HLMP-EH08-UX000
HLMP-EL10-X1000
HLMP-EJ10-X1000
Red 626
HLMP-EH08-WZ000
HLMP-EH08-Y2000
HLMP-EG08-T0000
HLMP-EG08-VY000
HLMP-EG08-WZ000
HLMP-EG08-X1000
HLMP-EH10-WZ000
HLMP-EH10-Y2000
HLMP-EG10-WZ000
HLMP-EG10-X1000
HLMP-EG08-YZ000
HLMP-EG08-Y2000
HLMP-EG10-Y2000
a. θ½ is the off-axis angle where the luminous intensity is half the on-axis intensity.
b. The dominant wavelength, λd, is derived from the CIE Chromaticity Diagram and represents the color of the lamp.
c. The luminous intensity is measured on the mechanical axis of the lamp package.
d. The optical axis is closely aligned with the package mechanical axis.
e. Tolerance for each intensity bin limit is ±15%.
Device Selection Guide
Luminous Intensity
Iv (mcd)c,d,e at 20 mA
Min
2500
4200
5500
7200
7200
5500
7200
9300
3200
5500
9300
2500
4200
5500
7200
9300
9300
Max
12000
16000
21000
21000
16000
21000
27000
9300
16000
27000
12000
16000
21000
16000
27000
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HLMP-ELxx, HLMP-EHxx, HLMP-EJxx, HLMP-EGxx
Data Sheet
Device Selection Guide
Table 2 Device Selection Guide, 15° Typical Viewing Angle
Typical
Viewing Angle
2θ½ (Deg)a
Color and Dominant
Wavelength
(nm), Typb
Lamps without
Standoffs on Leads
(Outline Drawing A)
Lamps with Standoffs
on Leads
(Outline Drawing B)
15° Amber 590
HLMP-EL15-PS000
HLMP-EL15-QSK00
HLMP-EL15-QT000
HLMP-EL15-UX000
HLMP-EL15-VY000
HLMP-EL15-VYK00
HLMP-EL17-UX000
HLMP-EL17-VY000
Orange 605
Red-Orange 615
Red 626
HLMP-EJ15-PS000
HLMP-EJ15-SV000
HLMP-EH15-RU000
HLMP-EH15-TW000
HLMP-EG15-PS000
HLMP-EG15-QT000
HLMP-EJ17-SV000
HLMP-EG15-RU000
HLMP-EG15-UX000
HLMP-EG15-TW000
HLMP-EG17-UX000
a. θ½ is the off-axis angle where the luminous intensity is half the on-axis intensity.
b. The dominant wavelength, λd, is derived from the CIE Chromaticity Diagram and represents the color of the lamp.
c. The luminous intensity is measured on the mechanical axis of the lamp package.
d. The optical axis is closely aligned with the package mechanical axis.
e. Tolerance for each intensity bin limit is ±15%.
Luminous Intensity
Iv (mcd)c,d,e at 20 mA
Min Max
880
1150
1150
3200
4200
4200
880
1900
1500
2500
880
1150
1500
3200
2500
2500
2500
3200
9300
12000
12000
2500
5500
4200
7200
2500
3200
4200
9300
7200
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HLMP-ELxx, HLMP-EHxx, HLMP-EJxx, HLMP-EGxx
Data Sheet
Device Selection Guide
Table 3 Device Selection Guide, 23° Typical Viewing Angle
Typical
Viewing Angle
2θ½ (Deg)a
Color and Dominant
Wavelength
(nm), Typb
Lamps without
Standoffs on Leads
(Outline Drawing A)
Lamps with Standoffs
on Leads(Outline Drawing
B)
23° Amber 590
Orange 605
Red-Orange 615
Red 626
HLMP-EL24-PS000
HLMP-EL24-QRK00
HLMP-EL24-QS400
HLMP-EL24-QT000
HLMP-EL24-SU400
HLMP-EL24-TW000
HLMP-EJ24-QT000
HLMP-EH24-PS000
HLMP-EH24-QT000
HLMP-EH24-RU000
HLMP-EG24-PS000
HLMP-EG24-QT000
HLMP-EG24-RU000
HLMP-EL26-PS000
HLMP-EL26-QT000
HLMP-EH26-PS000
HLMP-EG26-PS000
a. θ½ is the off-axis angle where the luminous intensity is half the on-axis intensity.
b. The dominant wavelength, λd, is derived from the CIE Chromaticity Diagram and represents the color of the lamp.
c. The luminous intensity is measured on the mechanical axis of the lamp package.
d. The optical axis is closely aligned with the package mechanical axis.
e. Tolerance for each intensity bin limit is ±15%.
Luminous Intensity
Iv (mcd)c,d,e at 20 mA
Min
880
1150
1150
1150
1900
2500
1150
880
1150
1500
880
1150
1500
Max
2500
1900
2500
3200
4200
7200
3200
2500
3200
4200
2500
4200
4200
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HLMP-ELxx, HLMP-EHxx, HLMP-EJxx, HLMP-EGxx
Data Sheet
Device Selection Guide
Table 4 Device Selection Guide, 30° Typical Viewing Angle
Typical
Viewing Angle
2θ½ (Deg)a
Color and Dominant
Wavelength
(nm), Typb
Lamps without
Standoffs on Leads
(Outline Drawing A)
Lamps with Standoffs
on Leads
(Outline Drawing B)
30° Amber 590
HLMP-EL30-MQ000
HLMP-EL30-PQ000
HLMP-EL30-PR400
HLMP-EL30-PS000
HLMP-EL30-PSK00
HLMP-EL30-QT000
HLMP-EL32-PS000
Orange 605
Red-Orange 615
HLMP-EL30-STK00
HLMP-EL30-SV000
HLMP-EJ30-NR000
HLMP-EJ30-PS000
HLMP-EH30-MQ000
HLMP-EH30-PS000
HLMP-EJ32-PS000
Red 626
HLMP-EG30-KN000
HLMP-EG30-MQ000
HLMP-EG30-NQ000
HLMP-EG30-NR000
HLMP-EG30-PQ000
HLMP-EG30-PR000
HLMP-EG32-NR000
HLMP-EG30-PS000
HLMP-EG30-QT000
a. θ½ is the off-axis angle where the luminous intensity is half the on-axis intensity.
b. The dominant wavelength, λd, is derived from the CIE Chromaticity Diagram and represents the color of the lamp.
c. The luminous intensity is measured on the mechanical axis of the lamp package.
d. The optical axis is closely aligned with the package mechanical axis.
e. Tolerance for each intensity bin limit is ±15%.
Luminous Intensity
Iv (mcd)c,d,e at 20 mA
Min Max
520
880
880
880
880
1150
1900
1900
680
880
520
880
310
520
680
680
880
880
880
1150
1500
1500
1900
2500
2500
3200
3200
5500
1900
2500
1500
2500
880
1500
1500
1900
1500
1900
2500
3200
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