F50360RLS - 

High Brightness LED, RGB, P5-II Series, Red, Green, Blue, 120 °, R 630nm, G 535nm, B 465nm


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P5-II Series
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Product Overview

The F50360RLS is a red/green/blue LED with 120° viewing angle and 630, 535 and 465nm wavelength type. It is designed for high current operation and high flux output applications. Z-power LED thermal management perform exceeds other power LED solutions. It incorporates state of the art SMD design and thermal emission material. Full colour z-power LED is using 3 RGB power chips and isolated thermal slug. In case of the full colour product used in architectural lighting or decoration.
  • Super high flux output and high luminance
  • Designed for high current operation
  • Low thermal resistance


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P5-II Series
Red, Green, Blue
R 630nm, G 535nm, B 465nm
R 350mA, G 350mA, B 350mA
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