The infrared OSTAR lighting LED features six thin-film chips and a hemispherical lens, producing up to 3.5 watts of output power. The beam angle and radiant intensity of the light can be varied with standard secondary optics, while the hexagonal shape of the lens enables multiple IR LEDs to be combined to increase output power. Possible applications include lighting for camera-based surveillance systems as well as intelligent transportation systems.
Osram Opto Semiconductors, Sunnyvale, Calif.
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