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    Hi Forum,
    Although I can find plenty of place to purchase the pictured LED I cannot seem to find the designation ( eg like 5050 LEDs) is it a luxeon LED?

    Is this led format being discontinued - I see a lot of sights with last stock notes?

    can anyone advise the designation of this type of LED and where I may find CAD files to create PCB solder points for this type of LED?

    https://3.imimg.com/data3/JP/NL/MY-6...ed-500x500.jpg
    Last edited by itolond; 01-07-2021 at 07:04 AM.

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    looks like a luxeon batwing led, there`s a few places on ebay that sell them still.
    maybe have a look through Eagle or Dip-Trace pad files for it, both of those were around when these were being used.

    edited to add: check this out, it may be helpful; https://www.sparkfun.com/datasheets/...s/Luxeon-I.pdf
    Last edited by Katherine Alicia; 01-07-2021 at 07:29 AM.

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    Appreciated - does that mean this type of LED is end of life or phased out? - I assume there is a another SMD replacement equivalent?

    Quote Originally Posted by Katherine Alicia View Post
    looks like a luxeon batwing led, there`s a few places on ebay that sell them still.
    maybe have a look through Eagle or Dip-Trace pad files for it, both of those were around when these were being used.

    edited to add: check this out, it may be helpful; https://www.sparkfun.com/datasheets/...s/Luxeon-I.pdf

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    I have no idea for either of those, it`s not the sort of info I follow really, soz!

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    Interesting, I just "repaired" a 12vdc spotlight recently purchased which uses these, or at least similar, so they
    must be still out there.

    https://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb...n-troubleshoot

    Datasheet appears to be a lower power version (1W) of the OP's and mine (3W, white ceramic pill).

    Unfortunately in my case replacement LED would need exact part/bin match as they are wired in series/parallel
    on the same driver; or I'd have to replace the whole lot (9 total).

    Dave

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    Default Re: Led Type designation

    Quote Originally Posted by itolond View Post
    Hi Forum,
    Although I can find plenty of place to purchase the pictured LED I cannot seem to find the designation ( eg like 5050 LEDs) is it a luxeon LED?

    Is this led format being discontinued - I see a lot of sights with last stock notes?

    can anyone advise the designation of this type of LED and where I may find CAD files to create PCB solder points for this type of LED?

    https://3.imimg.com/data3/JP/NL/MY-6...ed-500x500.jpg
    If you are doing new design work, I would pick a more modern package. I don't believe any of the big players are still making packages like this, so you would be using technology that's pretty outdated.

    Notice that the Luxeon datasheet posted is from 16 years ago!

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    Last edited by snakebite; 01-24-2021 at 04:00 PM.

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    This is ancient technology. Come into the modern world.

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