Lumichip, a leading developer of LED packaging solutions and light engines, has designed-in Cambridge Nanotherm’s thermal management technology for LEDs.
Thorough tests by Lumichip revealed Cambridge Nanotherm’s technology to have extraordinarily high levels of thermal performance, well beyond that of comparable solutions and approaching the thermal performance of exotic ceramic materials such as AIN (aluminium nitride). Lumichip has therefore selected Nanotherm’s technology as the basis for a series of technology-leading COB LED modules for UVA applications.
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Cambridge Nanotherm has published results of a round of testing of several thermal PCB materials intended for use in LEDs, including its Nanoceramic thermal management substrates for LEDs. The tests were conducted by The LIA Laboratories (part of The LIA – Europe’s largest lighting trade association) and showed Cambridge Nanotherm’s thermal management technology outperforming all the thermal management substrates tested in terms of its thermal conductivity.
The LIA Laboratories test used 4 x 50 watt Intelligent LED Solutions Oslon 16+ PowerClusters mounted on four different MCPCB (Metal Clad PCB) substrates from leading manufacturers. Thermocouples measured the cluster and heat sink temperature at multiple locations. A calibrated integrating sphere measured the Lumens output.
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