SemiLEDs Corporation (NASDAQ:LEDS) Gains On Announcement Of New LED
SemiLEDs Corporation (NASDAQ:LEDS) disclosed on 18th March that it is ready to launch a new technology driven LED which has been branded as “ReadyWhite Technology EV-W LEDs”. These new LED are designed to deliver very high and consistent CCT to packages of low profile. This has been achieved, the company has disclosed by making use of its proprietary white chips which allows for a newly determined coating process, which sprays phosphors in a uniform and precise manner on the whole surface of the emitter.
Proprietary Approach To Quote Phosphorous
The Taiwan based LED manufacturer has disclosed that it would be offering these newly launched LED for sampling to prospective customers, with the aim of demonstration the unique USP of these new products, namely the hugely expanded spectrum of new functionalities that these LED could be deployed for at very low costs of production, in comparison to previous versions.
Expressing happiness at the force multiplier effect that this new product offering would have to its existing product bucket, SemiLEDs Corporation (NASDAQ:LEDS) Subsidiary SemiLEDs Optoelectronics Co., Ltd General manager Mark Tuttle has been quoted to have said that, “A traditional barrier to the availability of creative new LED packages, especially lower-profile implementations, has been the issue of phosphor application. By combining our rugged vertical-metal EV-blue chips, and the proprietary ReadyWhite phosphor coating technology, SemiLEDs’ EV-W eliminates blue-leakage while delivering an impressive level of color uniformity and tight binning options for low-profile and multi-color white packaged LEDs.”
New Market Segment Likely To Open Up
The company officials go on to add that the hassle free, consistent and cost competitive approach to generating high output from LED will throw open the existing packaging industry to provide new age solutions like variable CCT and help them introduce newer solutions like RGBW packaging, to their customers.