• Choice of various viewing angles
• Available on tape and reel.
• Reliable and robust
• The product itself will remain within RoHS compliant version.
• Compliance with EU REACH
• Compliance Halogen free. (Br <900 ppm, Cl<900 ppm, Br+Cl <1500 ppm).
•The series is specially designed for applications requiring higher brightness
•The led lamps are available with different colors, intensities..
• TV set
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Device Selection Guide
Chip Emitted Color Resin Color
AlGaInP Brilliant Red Red Trans
Absolute Maximum Ratings (Ta=25℃)
Parameter Symbol Rating Unit
Continuous Forward Current IF 25 mA
Peak Forward Current (Duty 1/10 @ 1KHZ) IFP 60 mA
Reverse Voltage VR 5 V
Power Dissipation Pd 60 mW
Operating Temperature Topr -40 ~ +85 ℃
Storage Temperature Tstg -40 ~ +100 ℃
Soldering Temperature Tsol ℃ 260 for 5 sec.
Electro-Optical Characteristics (Ta=25℃)
Parameter Symbol Min. Typ. Max. Unit Conditio
Luminous Intensity Iv 160 320 ----- mcd IF=20mA
Viewing Angle 2θ1/2 ----- 40 ----- deg IF=20mA
Peak Wavelength λp ----- 632 ----- nm IF=20mA
Dominant Wavelength λd ----- 624 ----- nm IF=20mA
Spectrum Radiation Bandwidth ∆λ ----- 20 ----- nm IF=20mA
Forward Voltage VF 1.7 2.0 2.4 V IF=20mA
Reverse Current IR ----- ----- 10 µA VR=5V
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Typical Electro-Optical Characteristics Curves
℃ Relative Intensity vs. Wavelength (Ta=25 ) ℃ Directivity (Ta=25 )
Relative Intensity (a.u.) Radiation Angle
Wavelength (nm) Relative Intensity (a.u.)
℃ Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage (Ta=25 ) ℃ Relative Intensity vs. Forward Current (Ta=25 )
Forward Current (mA) Relative Intensity(a.u.) 1.0
0.0 0 5 10 15 20 25
Forward Voltage (V) Forward Current (mA)
Relative Intensity vs. Ambient Temp. Forward Current vs. Ambient Temp.
Relative Intensity(a.u.) 1.5 Forward Current (mA) 30
25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70
0 20 40 60 80 100
Ambient Temperature Ta(℃) Ambient Temperature Ta(℃)
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1. All dimensions are in millimeters
2. The height of flange must be less than 1.5mm(0.059").
3. Without special declared, the tolerance is ±0.25mm.
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Moisture Resistant Packing Materials
‧CPN: Customer’s Product Number
‧P/N: Product Number
‧QTY: Packing Quantity
‧CAT: Ranks of Luminous Intensity
‧HUE: Ranks of Dominant Wavelength
‧REF: Ranks of Forward Voltage
‧LOT No: Lot Number
■ Anti-electrostatic bag ■ Inner Carton ■ Outside Carton
MAGNETICOR RADIOACTIVE RELDS
anti-static for 750
■ Packing Quantity
1. Min 200 To 1000 PCS/1 Bag, 4 Bags/1 Inner Carton
2. 10 Inner Cartons/1 Outside Carton
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1. Lead Forming
During lead formation, the leads should be bent at a point at least 3mm from the base of the epoxy bulb.
Lead forming should be done before soldering.
Avoid stressing the LED package during leads forming. The stress to the base may damage the LED’s characteristics or it
may break the LEDs.
Cut the LED lead frames at room temperature. Cutting the lead frames at high temperatures may cause failure of the LEDs.
When mounting the LEDs onto a PCB, the PCB holes must be aligned exactly with the lead position of the LED. If the LEDs
are mounted with stress at the leads, it causes deterioration of the epoxy resin and this will degrade the LEDs.
The LEDs should be stored at 30°C or less and 70%RH or less after being shipped from Everlight Americas and the
storage life limits are 3 months. If the LEDs are stored for 3 months or more, they can be stored for a year in a sealed
container with a nitrogen atmosphere and moisture absorbent material.
Please avoid rapid transitions in ambient temperature, especially, in high humidity environments where condensation can
Careful attention should be paid during soldering. When soldering, leave more then 3mm from solder joint to epoxy bulb,
and soldering beyond the base of the tie bar is recommended.
Recommended soldering conditions:
℃ Hand Soldering DIP ℃ Soldering
Temp. at tip of iron 300 Max. (30W Max.) Preheat temp. 100 Max. (60 sec Max.)
Soldering time 3 sec Max. Bath temp. & time 260 Max., 5 sec Max
Distance 3mm Min.(From solder Distance 3mm Min. (From solder
joint to epoxy bulb) joint to epoxy bulb)
Recommended soldering profile
Avoiding applying any stress to the lead frame while the LEDs are at high temperature particularly when soldering.
Dip and hand soldering should not be done more than one time
After soldering the LEDs, the epoxy bulb should be protected from mechanical shock or vibration until the LEDs return to
A rapid-rate process is not recommended for cooling the LEDs down from the peak temperature.
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Although the recommended soldering conditions are specified in the above table, dip or hand soldering at the lowest
possible temperature is desirable for the LEDs.
Wave soldering parameter must be set and maintain according to recommended temperature and dwell time in the solder
When necessary, cleaning should occur only with isopropyl alcohol at room temperature for a duration of no more than
one minute. Dry at room temperature before use.
Do not clean the LEDs by the ultrasonic. When it is absolutely necessary, the influence of ultrasonic cleaning on the LEDs
depends on factors such as ultrasonic power and the assembled condition. Ultrasonic cleaning shall be pre-qualified to
ensure this will not cause damage to the LED
5. Heat Management
Heat management of LEDs must be taken into consideration during the design stage of LED application. The current
should be de-rated appropriately by referring to the de-rating curve found in each product specification.
The temperature surrounding the LED in the application should be controlled. Please refer to the data sheet de-rating
6. ESD (Electrostatic Discharge)
The products are sensitive to static electricity or surge voltage. ESD can damage a die and its reliability.
When handling the products, the following measures against electrostatic discharge are strongly
Eliminating the charge
Grounded wrist strap, ESD footwear, clothes, and floors
Grounded workstation equipment and tools
ESD table/shelf mat made of conductive materials
Proper grounding is required for all devices, equipment, and machinery used in product assembly.
Surge protection should be considered when designing of commercial products.
If tools or equipment contain insulating materials such as glass or plastic,
the following measures against electrostatic discharge are strongly recommended:
Dissipating static charge with conductive materials
Preventing charge generation with moisture
Neutralizing the charge with ionizers
7. Directions for use
The LEDs should be operated with forward bias. The driving circuit must be designed so that the LEDs are not
subjected to forward or reverse voltage while it is off. If reverse voltage is continuously applied to the LEDs, it
may cause migration resulting in LED damage.
Above specification may be changed without notice. Everlight Americas will reserve authority on material
change for above specification.
When using this product, please observe the absolute maximum ratings and the instructions for using outlined
in these specification sheets. Everlight Americas assumes no responsibility for any damage resulting from use
of the product which does not comply with the absolute maximum ratings and the instructions included in these
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These specification sheets include materials protected under copyright of Everlight Americas corporation.
Please don’t reproduce or cause anyone to reproduce them without Everlight Americas's consent.
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