Smallest 365nm LED ?

Franquixote

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Does anyone have either knowledge of, sources for, and/or experience with the smallest 365nm LED units? Miniaturization is the key- this is a project designed to replace tritium with proprietary strontium aluminate pigments. I have the pigment sorted out, I also have a few extremely efficient batteries that should work. I *think* that .6mm or 1402 SMD array is the smallest I have found, but you all never cease to amaze me.
Can someone post any helpful hints on which direction to look next? I have contacted many LED manufacturers without much luck.
Thanks!
 

bshanahan14rulz

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Do you need to be at exactly 365nm? You might find some longer wavelength LEDs in smaller packages, which still may be within the range of absorption of your pigment.
 

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Does anyone have either knowledge of, sources for, and/or experience with the smallest 365nm LED units? Miniaturization is the key- this is a project designed to replace tritium with proprietary strontium aluminate pigments. I have the pigment sorted out, I also have a few extremely efficient batteries that should work. I *think* that .6mm or 1402 SMD array is the smallest I have found, but you all never cease to amaze me.
Can someone post any helpful hints on which direction to look next? I have contacted many LED manufacturers without much luck.
Thanks!
Digi-Key has a parametric search feature. Try this link.
 

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