Space-saving ultrabright LEDs produce high luminous flux and intensity

20 March 2019

New Yorker Electronics is now distributing the new Vishay Optoelectronics VLD.1232 series of space-saving Source: New Yorker ElectronicsSource: New Yorker Electronicsblue and true green ultrabright LEDs. These semiconductors are housed in compact packages with dome lenses and feature the latest indium gallide nitride/sapphire chip technology with a high luminous flux.

This series of Vishay LEDs also exhibits a narrow emission angle of ±9° for high luminous intensity, typically to 16,000 mcd. The dome lens surface-mount device LED series has been designed in a small, untinted and clear-molded package, with lens, for surface mounting in the gullwing or reverse gullwing version.

They have an immediate fit in the markets for traffic signals and signs, interior and exterior lighting, smoke detectors, bio sensing, audio and video equipment backlighting indicators, LCD switches, illuminated advertising and more.
New Yorker Electronics is a franchise distributor for Vishay and supplies the full line of Vishay optoelectronics including optocouplers, optical sensors, seven-segment displays, infrared receivers, solid-state relays, LCD displays, visible LEDs, infrared emitters, plasma displays, photo detectors, Infrared Data Association transceivers and infrared touch panels.

Data sheets VLD-123 Ultrabright LED.

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