LG LEMWE333 / G4-L

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LG LEMWE333 / G4-L

I see that LG offers some nice 3535 LEDs:

Sorry, no link, LG site is so dynamic that I fail to produce a working url.

Looking at the datasheet, thermally they are a bit worse than XP-L or LH351D so may be unable to match their output.
Vf is lower.
Efficiency is good.
CRI70-90 though 90 is available in neutral and cold tints, 5000K and up.
Interesting die shape.

May be good for flooders.

Availability? Quite bad.

Edited by: Agro on 03/06/2019 - 09:42
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djozz already tested the 90CRI 4000K one. It had a terrible tint.

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Any link?
I don’t see it in djozz tests

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My very own high current Beryllium Copper springs Gen 3:
http://budgetlightforum.com/node/67401
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Thanks!

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Ah Maukka, I meant him.

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I did an output test but never posted it in a graph.