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Illumination Supply Direct Thermal Copper XM-L2 mounted LEDs

Postby Calvin » Tue Jul 02, 2013 1:41 am

Hey everyone, we're proud to announce our line of copper direct thermal mounted LEDs!
We're first starting with the XM-L2 and depending on the popularity, may expand into other selections.

Ready to ship now are 4000K, 5000K, and 6500K XM-L2s, check the links below for more information.

Cree XM-L2 16mm Round MCPCB Copper Direct Thermal, T5, 5C1 (4000K)
Cree XM-L2 16mm Round MCPCB Copper Direct Thermal, T6, 3C (5000K)
Cree XM-L2 16mm Round MCPCB Copper Direct Thermal, U2, 1C (6500K)

These are CREE XM-L2 LEDs mounted on copper direct thermal boards. The backs are flat without air pockets and nickel plated. Mounted with a pick and place machine for high precision over hand soldering, these boards also contain 3mm screw holes for mounting. This copper direct thermal solution lets you squeeze the most performance out of your XM-L2 due to its superior thermal properties.

As usual, thanks for your support!

Craig & Calvin

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Re: Illumination Supply Direct Thermal Copper XM-L2 mounted

Postby drink2chill » Tue Jul 02, 2013 10:57 am

Looks great! But the screw holes seem a tad too close to the soldering pad though.
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Re: Illumination Supply Direct Thermal Copper XM-L2 mounted

Postby Gusti Parang » Wed Jul 03, 2013 6:21 am

drink2chill wrote:Looks great! But the screw holes seem a tad too close to the soldering pad though.
I initially thought so too, but then realised that the "screw holes" are actually for the wires, and you use the open sided slots for the screws... which makes emitter position adjustment (at least on one axis) still possible even after tapping the screw holes into the heat sink.
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