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2.5 mm x 7.6 mm Rectangular

LED Lamps

Technical Data

The HLMP-R100 uses a double

heterojunction (DH) absorbing

substrate (AS) aluminum gallium

arsenide (AlGaAs) red LED chip

in a light red epoxy package. This

combination produces

outstanding light output over a

wide range of drive currents.

The HLMP-0300 and -0301 have a

high efficiency red GaAsP on GaP

LED chip in a light red epoxy

package.

The HLMP-0400 and -0401

provide a yellow GaAsP on GaP

LED chip in a yellow epoxy

package.

Features

• Rectangular Light Emitting

Surface

• Flat High Sterance Emitting

Surface

• Stackable on 2.54 mm (0.100

inch) Centers

• Ideal as Flush Mounted

Panel Indicators

• Ideal for Backlighting

Legends

• Long Life: Solid State

Reliability

• Choice of 4 Bright Colors

DH AS AlGaAs Red

High Efficiency Red

Yellow

High Performance Green

• IC Compatible/Low Current

Requirements

Description

The HLMP–R100, -030X, -040X,

-050X are solid state lamps

encapsulated in a radial lead

rectangular epoxy package. They

utilize a tinted, diffused epoxy to

provide high on-off contrast and a

flat high intensity emitting

surface. Borderless package

design allows creation of

uninterrupted light emitting areas.

Package Dimensions

HLMP-R100

HLMP-0300/0301

HLMP-0400/0401

HLMP-0503/0504

H

The HLMP-0503 and -0504

provide a green GaP LED chip in

a green epoxy package.

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I  (mcd) @

20 mA DC

Part

Color

Number

Min.

Typ.

DH AlGaAs Red

HLMP-R100

3.4

11.0

High

HLMP-0300

1.3

2.5

Efficiency

Red

HLMP-0301

2.1

5.3

HLMP-0400

1.4

2.5

Yellow

HLMP-0401

3.6

5.0

High

HLMP-0503

1.6

2.5

Performance

Green

HLMP-0504

2.6

8.0

Absolute Maximum Ratings at T

A

 = 25

°

C

HLMP-

HLMP-

HLMP-

HLMP-

Parameter

R100

0300/-0301

0400/0401

0503/-0504

Units

Peak Forward Current

300

90

60

90

mA

Average Forward Current

[1]

20

25

20

25

mA

DC Current

[2]

30

30

20

30

mA

Power Dissipation

87

135

85

135

mW

Reverse Voltage (I

R

 = 100 

µ

A)

5

5

5

5

V

Transient Forward Current

[3] 

(10 

µ

s Pulse)

500

500

500

500

mA

Operating Temperature Range

-20 to

-20 to

+100

-55 to

-55 to

+100

°

C

+100

+100

Storage Temperature Range

-55 to

-55 to

+100

+100

Lead Soldering Temperature

260

°

C for 5 seconds

(1.6 mm [0.063 in.] from body)

Notes:

1. See Figure 5 to establish pulsed operating conditions.

2. For AlGaAs Red, Red, and Green Series derate linearly from 50

°

C at 0.5 mA/

°

C. For Yellow Series derate linearly from 50

°

C at

0.2 mA/

°

C.

3. The transient peak current is the maximum non-recurring peak current that can be applied to the device without damaging the LED

die and wirebond. It is not recommended that the device be operated at peak current beyond the peak forward current listed in the

Absolute Maximum Ratings.

Axial Luminous Intensity

v

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Figure 1. Relative Intensity vs. Wavelength.

Electrical/Optical Characteristics at T

A

 = 25

°

C

HLMP

HLMP

HLMP

HLMP-R100

-0300/-0301

-0400/-0401

-0503/-0504

 Test

Sym.

 Description

Min. Typ. Max. Min. Typ. Max. Min. Typ. Max. Min. Typ. Max.

Units

  Conditions

2

θ

1/2

Included Angle

Between Half

Luminous

100

100

100

100

Deg.

Note 1. Fig. 6

Intensity

Points

λ

P

Peak

645

635

583

565

nm

Measurement

Wavelength

at Peak

λ

d

Dominant

637

626

585

569

nm

Note 2

Wavelength

∆λ

1/2

Spectral Line

20

40

36

28

nm

Halfwidth

τ

s

Speed of

30

90

90

500

ns

Response

C

Capacitance

30

16

18

18

pF

V

F

 = 0;

f = 1 MHz

R

θ

J-PIN

Thermal

260

260

260

260

°

C/W

Junction to

Resistance

Cathode Lead

V

F

Forward

1.8

2.2

1.9

2.6

2.1

2.6

2.2

3.0

V

I

F

 = 20 mA

Voltage

Figure 2.

V

R

Reverse

5.0

5.0

5.0

5.0

V

I

R

 = 100 

µ

A

Breakdown

Voltage

η

v

Luminous

80

145

500

595

lm/W

Note 3

Efficacy

Notes:

1. 

θ

1/2

 is the off-axis angle at which the luminous intensity is half the axial luminous intensity.

2. The dominant wavelength, 

λ

d

, is derived from the CIE chromaticity diagram and represents the single wavelength which defines the

color of the device.

3. Radiant intensity, I

e

, in watts/steradian, may be found from the equation I

e

 = I

v

/

η

v

, where I

v

 is the luminous intensity in candelas and 

η

v

is the luminous efficacy in lumens/watt.

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Figure 3. Relative Luminous Intensity

vs. Forward Current.

Figure 4. Relative Efficiency

(Luminous Intensity per Unit Current)

vs. Peak Current. 

η

v

 (300 mA) for

AlGaAs Red = 0.7.

Figure 2. Forward Current vs.

Forward Voltage. V

F

 (300 mA) for

AlGaAs Red = 2.6 Volts Typical.

Figure 6. Relative Luminous Intensity vs. Angular Displacement.

Figure 5. Maximum Tolerable Peak Current vs. Peak Duration (I

PEAK

 MAX

Determined from Temperature Derated I

DC

 MAX).


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