Remote phosphor offers uniform luminance over any length

December 06, 2013 // By Paul Buckley
Intematix Corporation has introduced a remote phosphor offering uniform luminance over any length, high flux density and a sleek, white off-state finish.

Remote phosphor is a lighting system architecture where a separate phosphor component is powered by blue LEDs. LED lighting applications use this architecture and the increased light extraction it enables to reduce LED component count and costs.  Lighting uniformity and consistency are also improved and supply chains are simplified.
 
Linear light sources are in widespread use for illuminating commercial and industrial applications worldwide.  Office lighting and other commercial applications have been challenging for white LEDs previously because of the need to diffuse the point sources, reducing system efficacy.  The ChromaLit Linear product delivers naturally uniform, high quality light with conversion efficacy of up to 215 lumens per radiant watt or up to 163 lumens per system watt when used with the most efficient blue LEDs available.
 
The ChromaLit Linear remote phosphor solution offers flexibility of length. Surface lumen density scales from 500 to 2500 lumens per linear foot and the system presents new design directions not possible with fluorescent and white LEDs.  Intematix has also changed how designers think about remote phosphor because ChromaLit Linear has dramatically improved the off-state appearance and illumination quality.  ChromaLit Linear offers 3 SDCM color consistency as standard and color temperature options from 3000K to 5000K and CRI of 80.

Samples of ChromaLit Linear are available now from Intematix and production quantities are available with standard lead times.  

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