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Cree MCE Multichip Power LED
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XLamp® MC-E LED

Lighting-Class, High-Lumen Output

The XLamp MC-E LED is a lighting-class multi-chip LED that provides 4 times the flux as XLamp XR-E in the same footprint, without compromising thermal performance. XLamp MC-E reduces LED system cost by reducing system complexity and the number of components required.

Features

  • Individually addressable LEDs.
  • Available in full range of white: cool white, neutral white and warm white
  • Lowest thermal resistance in the XLamp portfolio: 3 ºC/W
  • Electrically-isolated thermal path
 
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Product Selector

White
CCT (K)
Max Current (mA)
Viewing Angle (°)
Standard Min. Flux @ 350 mA
Product Status
Cool
10,000 – 5,000
700
110
430 lm
370 lm
Active
Neutral
5,000 – 3,700
700
110
370 lm
320 lm
280 lm
Active
Warm
3,700 – 2,600
700
110
320 lm

280 lm

Active

Note: Flux and chromaticity are measured with each LED die connected to independent drive circuits at 350 mA. Flux and chromaticity are measured with all LEDs lit simultaneously.


Application Notes

Title
Version
Last Updated
PDF
Reliability
0
Sept. 10, 2008
Soldering & Handling
1
Dec. 22, 2008
LED Luminaire Design Guide
0
July 24, 2007
Electrical Overstress
0
March 17, 2009

 

Product Cut Sheets

Title
Version
Last Updated
PDF
XLamp Lighting-Class LEDs
 
 
XLamp High-Power LEDs
 
 

 

Design Files

Design Type
LED Type
File Type
Link
Optical Source Model
XLamp MC-E White
ProSource 7 (rs7)
ASAP
FRED
IES
LightTools
OPTIS-SPEOS
Trace Pro
Zemax
Star PCB
XLamp MC-E
(Series)
Gerber
PDF
XLamp MC-E
(Individual)
Gerber
PDF
3D Model
XLamp MC-E
STEP

 

 

Selection Guide for Mounted Cree MCE Drivers Optics Kits Links to user applications Application Data

Driver requirement is varied dependent on chosen configuration. Following will all work.

- Maxflex3
- Fatman
- Bflex
- RCD24-70
- RCD24-35
- 302x series Buckpuck
POL Optic
POL Reflectors
LEDIL LM Optics
Ledil CMC Optics
Ledil Reflectors
Carclo 20mm Optics

Carclo 26.5mm Optics



 MCE Kit  

Star Individual Board Data

 

Series configuration will require input voltage approx 14.4v. A higher voltage will be required if driving with a buck driver such as Bflex, RCD24-70, RCD24-35, 302x series Buckpuck

If you have a power source less than this then Boost drivers are the best option such as Maxflex3, Fatman, CutterBoost When using Boost drivers its is recommended to always heatsink the driver board

POL Optic
POL Reflectors
LEDIL LM Optics
Ledil CMC Optics
Ledil Reflectors
Carclo 20mm Optics

Carclo 26.5mm Optics

    Star Series Board Data
 

Series configuration will require input voltage approx 14.4v. A higher voltage will be required if driving with a buck driver such as Bflex, RCD24-70, RCD24-35, 302x series Buckpuck

If you have a power source less than this then Boost drivers are the best option such as Maxflex3, Fatman, CutterBoost When using Boost drivers its is recommended to always heatsink the driver board

 

POL Optic
POL Reflectors
LEDIL LM Optics
Ledil CMC Optics
Ledil Reflectors
Carclo 20mm Optics

Carclo 26.5mm Optics

     
 

HIPFLEX

HIPCC

POL Optic
POL Reflectors
LEDIL LM Optics
Ledil CMC Optics
Ledil Reflectors
Carclo 20mm Optics

Carclo 26.5mm Optics

     

HIPFLEX

HIPCC

POL Optic
POL Reflectors
LEDIL LM Optics
Ledil CMC Optics
Ledil Reflectors
Carclo 20mm Optics

Carclo 26.5mm Optics

     

Link to all MCE Optics

 
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13th February 2013:  Cree Sets New R&D Performance Record with 276 Lumen-Per-Watt Power LED DURHAM, NC -- Cree, Inc. (Nasdaq: CREE) delivers another industry first with a barrier-breaking 276 lumen-per-watt white R&D power LED. This significant milestone exceeds Cree’s previous R&D industry record of 254 lumens per watt and demonstrates Cree’s continued commitment to innovate and accelerate the adoption of LED lighting.

Cree’s innovative SC³ Technology™ Platform, available today in Cree XLamp® LEDs, enables this record-breaking R&D result. The SC³ Technology Platform features advancements in LED chip architecture and phosphor and boasts a new package design to deliver the most advanced LED components in the industry.

Cree reports that the LED efficacy was measured at 276 lumens per watt, at a correlated color temperature of 4401 K and 350 mA.

“The core of the Cree R&D culture is a relentless focus on innovation that ultimately drives LED adoption,” said John Edmond, Cree co-founder and director of advanced optoelectronics. “The innovation from our labs is the foundation for our lighting-class XLamp LEDs. Higher-performance LEDs can enable new and better LED-based applications and drive down the solution cost of LED designs.”

30th November 2011 DURHAM, N.C., October 25, 2011  Cree, Inc. (Nasdaq: CREE), a market leader in LED lighting, announces the commercial availability of high-voltage XLamp XT-E and XM-L LEDs. These new LEDs can enable the use of more efficient, smaller drivers to lower cost for compact lighting applications such as candelabras and retrofit lamps.

The XLamp XM-L High-Voltage LED eliminates the trade-off between size and efficacy, allowing us to take advantage of the efficacy of high-voltage drivers, said Ken Chakravarti, chief technology officer, Ledzworld. This translates to more efficient, better and more cost-effective small LED lamps and luminaires such as the B10 replacement lamp for our customers.

Small-form-factor lighting, like candelabras, historically presented a host of challenges for LED technology. Prior LEDs were unable to deliver the required system-level performance in the form factor consumers demand.

Maximizing the LED voltage, as Cree has done in the new high-voltage XM-L and XT-E LEDs, is a very effective way to minimize current through the LED driver output rectifier, said Peter Vaughan, director of applications engineering, Power Integrations, Inc. This can reduce losses and heat dissipation in the driver and increase the overall system luminous efficacy by several percentage points.

Never before have lighting OEMs been able to leverage the benefits of high-voltage LEDs with this level of performance, said Paul Thieken, Cree director of marketing, LED components. We continue to develop the right LEDs for the right applicationsto accelerate the adoption of energy-efficient LED lighting.

The XLamp XM-L LED delivers up to 600 lm in Cool White (6000 K) and up to 462 lm in Warm White (3000 K) at 6 W, 85C. The XLamp XT-E LED delivers up to 300 lm in Cool White (6000 K) and up to 228 lm in Warm White (3000 K) at 3 W, 85C. Both LEDs have a typical voltage of 46 V at binning conditions.

XLamp XT-E and XM-L LEDs are available now in production quantities with standard lead times. For more information about Cree high-voltage LEDs, please visit www.creehighvoltage.com.

 

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