Shulin, New Taipei City - EVERLIGHT ELECTRONICS CO., LTD. 【TSE:2393】, a leading player in the global LED and optoelectronics industry, applied its latest technology into the development of the new 5630X Series, a new lighting LED with up to 228lm/W (5000K) in luminous efficacy meets the highest luminance requirements of professional commercial and industrial lighting applications.

People today, with an increasing sense for better quality of life, put more emphasis on the quality of their lighting environment. In order to meet the illuminance and color temperature requirement that makes a space comfortable, EVERLIGHT developed its new 5630X Series with a high efficacy of 228lm/W (@65mA 5000K CRI>80), which is in compliance with DLC4.0 standard. After passing HTOL (high temperature operating life) at 105℃, 5630X LEDs can meet L90>36,000 hours and a color shift less than 3SDCM. Compared to standard LED lamps (2000lm), the 5630X Series can efficiently reduce the power consumption by 30-40%. With superior optical efficiency and reliability, the 5630X Series are perfect for professional, commercial and industrial lighting applications.

For more than 35 years, EVERLIGHT has dedicated and devoted its resources to the development of the LED industry. In order to provide an even more comprehensive product portfolio in the lighting field, Everlight now offers a full range of products from mid and high power LEDs to even the ultra high power COB. The 5630X is designed with a long term experience on development and testing processes that focuses on improving the efficacy, form factor, cost-performance ratio and heat dissipation to meet different design demands. Everlight’s pursuit of high technology and quality combines the supply chain’s upstream and downstream core competence effectively to deliver products at a high capacity and low cost with fast services, providing competitive cost-performance ratio and excellent service to our highly valued customer.



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EVERLIGHT’s 5630 X Series with 228lm/W (5000K)
Source: Everlight