OSRAM is offering a chip-on-board LED, the Soleriq P 9, which is suitable for compact, powerful spotlights such as the ones used in retail outlets and museums. The latest member of the OSRAM Soleriq family produces 2000 lumen from a surface with a diameter of only nine millimeters. Compared with the existing Soleriq S 13, that is twice as much light from an area half the size. Just one of the new light-emitting diodes is enough to replace a 35 W HID lamp for spotlighting.
The P 9 has a light-emitting surface with a diameter of only 9 mm (64 mm²) but produces an impressive 2000 lm and has a luminous efficacy of 100 lm/W (at a temperature of 85°C and 3000 K). The light-emitting surface is therefore around 50 percent smaller than that of the existing Soleriq S 13 versions, but at 2000 lm the LED delivers twice as much light with the same efficiency. This high brightness is made possible by the surface-emitting chips used. Even at very-high packing densities they can produce high luminous flux with above-average efficiency. The small light-emitting surface means that extremely compact, and therefore lightweight, optics can be fitted for highly compact spotlights. The spotlights can therefore be less cumbersome and more cost-effective, while still providing the same luminous intensity. The luminous intensity of a 35 W HID lamp, can be matched by just one LED. The Soleriq P 9 has been designed for use in spotlights for directional indoor lighting, and in particular, for shop and museum lighting.
Features and Benefits
- Package dimensions: 15 mm x 15 mm
- Light-emitting surface: 64 mm, 2 or 9 mm diameter
- Beam angle: 120 degrees
- Luminous flux: 2000 lm
- Luminous efficacy: 100 lm/W
- Color rendering index CRI: min. 80 and min. 90
- Color temperature: 2700 K – 5000 K (CRI 80), 2700 K – 4000 K (CRI 90)
- Spotlights for directional indoor lighting