Do you mean die?
Each 5630 does not have 3 LED die in them
Droop is just one issue. There are limits on phosphor power/area due to heating from Stokes and other losses.
Q: I'm interested in purchasing some of your 4100k 100W equivalent bulbs. Before I buy, I'd like to know if any of the three models have measurable 120Hz flicker as per IEEE PAR 1789. If so, which model has the least amount? Will I be best off buying the non-dimmable LED15A2141K? Thanks.
A: All may have measurable flicker, If you want one with a dims even with the correct dimmer switch it may cause additional flicker. So the best choice would be to use the LED15A2141K.
Philips 451906 1620lm 2700k
Utilitech 596930 1600lm 3000k
G7 Power Carlin 900lm 4000k
|Utilitech 557095 800lm 3000k||Philips 424382 (remote phosphor) 830lm 2700k||Cree original style 800lm 5000k|
|60W Soft White Incandescent||100W Soft White Incandescent||Philips 9290002097 (L-Prize) 940lm 2700k|
I believe the "cool white" version of the 3M LED bulb was also 4000K, unfortunately a few other members in this forum commented that the 3M bulb had flicker also.