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Part NameHLMP-6620-F1S10 AVAGO
Avago Technologies AVAGO
DescriptionSubminiature LED Lamps
HLMP-6620-F1S10 Datasheet PDF : 16 Pages
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High Performance Green
Device
HLMP-
Parameter
Symbol Min. Typ. Max. Units Test Conditions
P502-F00xx
1.0
3.0
P505-G00xx
6500-F00xx
1.6
6.3
1.0
7.0
IF = 10 mA
6505-L00xx
7040-D00xx
6800-G00xx
6820-F00xx
Luminous Intensity[1]
Iv
10.0 40.0
0.4
0.6
1.6
5.0
1.0
2.0
mcd
IF = 2 mA
VF = 5.0 Volts
All
Forward Voltage
VF
(Nonresistor Lamps)
2.1 2.7
V
IF = 10 mA
6800
Forward Current
IF
6820
(Resistor Lamps)
9.6 13.0 mA
3.5 5.0
VF = 5.0 V
All
P505
Reverse Breakdown Voltage VR
Included Angle Between
5.0
50.0
125
V
IR = 100 μA
6505
Half Intensity Points[2]
21/2
28
Deg.
All Diffused
90
Peak Wavelength
PEAK
565
nm
Dominant Wavelength[3]
d
569
nm
Spectral Line Half Width
1/2
28
nm
All
Speed of Response
s
500
ns
Capacitance
C
18
pF
VF = 0; f = 1 MHz
Thermal Resistance
RJ-PIN
170
°C/W Junction-to-Cathode Lead
Luminous Efficacy[4]
v
595
lm/W
Notes:
1. The luminous intensity for arrays is tested to assure a 2.1 to 1.0 matching between elements. The average luminous intensity for an array
determines its light output category bin. Arrays are binned for luminous intensity to allow Iv matching between arrays.
2. 1/2 is the off-axis angle where the luminous intensity is half the on-axis value.
3. Dominant wavelength, d, is derived from the CIE Chromaticity Diagram and represents the single wavelength that defines the color of the
device.
4. Radiant intensity, Ie, in watts/steradian, may be calculated from the equation Ie = Iv/v, where Iv is the luminous intensity in
candelas and v is the luminous efficacy in lumens/watt.
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