Introduction of a series of PCB's and PCBA's utilising Osram DURIS S Series components to create SCOB lighting sub-assemblies

Introduction of a series of PCB's and PCBA's utilising Osram DURIS S Series components to create SCOB lighting sub-assemblies. This incorporates a number of S 5, S 8 and S 10's mounted in series and/or parallel combinations enabling lighting manufacturers to introduce these light engines within their housings quickly and

efficiently and producing very attractive lumens/watt output as well as high brightness. A series of heat sinks have been developed at the same time. Zhaga standard is adopted and recommended PCB/reflector holders are introduced.

Introduction of a series of PCB's and PCBA's utilising Osram DURIS S Series components to create SCOB lighting sub-assemblies
Introduction of a series of PCB's and PCBA's utilising Osram DURIS S Series components to create SCOB lighting sub-assemblies
Introduction of a series of PCB's and PCBA's utilising Osram DURIS S Series components to create SCOB lighting sub-assemblies

The new and ever growing range of Osram DURIS S Series products which are using the latest generation processes and techniques have created an opportunity to introduce a range of SCOB products that are high bright and highly effective within the lighting environment. Already in the market, similar parts are being offered by Citizen and BridgeLux and whilst these are not used in huge quantities additional options being introduced by ILS will make this family a favourite amongst lighting manufacturers. 19 different versions have been introduced from LES 9 to LES 33 and with an output from 138 lumens up to 13000 lumens. The PCB's are 1mm thick metal core and have both screw holes for direct mounting on to a heat sink as well as connector pads that will integrate with existing LED engine holders that are available from BJB, Tyco and other suppliers.

The LED engine holder will also allow a reflector to be mounted and we recommend a series of LEDiL reflectors. A combination of series, parallel and series & parallel mixed have been used on different sizes and options to get the best light output with not excessive voltage input. All products are constant current, and therefore need a constant current driver which can also be supplied by ILS or alternatives recommended. Sample blank PCB's and fully populated products are available from ILS at short notice and ILS is happy to supply low, medium and high volume quantities on any of our standard products but also will customise any products you may wish.

  • High Bay Lighting
  • General Lighting
  • Desk Lighting
  • Shelf Lighting
  • Spot Lighting
  • Entertainment
  • Architectural
  • Improved efficiencies
  • Better lumens/watt
  • High bright
  • Easy to obtain small, medium and large quantities with low lead time
  • Can control forward voltages easily
  • Series of accessories defined and available
  • Works with multi facetted reflectors
  • Easily replaces alternative manufacturers light engines
  • Customized size also for small quantities
  • Customized CCT / CRI also for small quantities
  • Optional tunable white also for small quantities
  • Significant cost savings compared to historical COB approach
Optical Solutions

Optical Solutions

Optical engineering

Thermal Solutions

Thermal Solutions

Heatsink engineering and manufacturing

Electronic Solutions

Electronic Solutions

LED Power suppliers/drivers, Electronic and Controls Engineering, Electronics manufacturing services, LED driver ICs

System Integrator

System Integrator

Project consulting / LED solutions, LED modules

  • LEDiL Reflectors and Holders
  • Tyco
  • BJB
  • Osram LEDs:
  • GW P7LM32.EM-QTRP-XX55-1 (Q65111A7558)
  • GW P7LM32.EM-QTRP-XX57-1 (Q65111A7560)
  • GW P9LT31.EM-PRPT-XX57-1 (Q65111A7649)
  • GW P9LT31.EM-PSPU-XX55-1 (Q65111A7647)
  • GW P9LT32.EM-PRPT-XX57-1 (Q65111A7940)
  • GW P9LT32.EM-PSPU-XX51-1 (Q65111A7936)
  • GW P9LT32.EM-PSPU-XX55-1 (Q65111A7939)

Application Photos:
PCBsheetImagesPopulated Branded
Finished SCOB
ILO-26F-33P upright.JPG

Photo Credits:
ILS

Project Credits:
ILS working with Osram Opto Semiconductors