Warm white light generating nanocrystal hybridized LEDs with high color rendering index
Demir, Hilmi Volkan
Conference Proceedings - Lasers and Electro-Optics Society Annual Meeting-LEOS 2008
200 - 201
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By hybridizing custom-design CdSe/ZnS core-shell NC emitters on InGaN/GaN based blue LEDs, we demonstrated three warm-white light sources with desirably low CCT ranging from 3227 K to 1982 K as is required for SSL indoor applications. In these proof-of-concept demonstrations, high color rendering indices (82.4) and high luminous efficacies of emitted spectra (327 lm/W) were achieved, while the color temperature was simultaneously kept low as desired. Our proof-of-concept demonstrations indicated that such nanocrystal luminophor based warm-white LEDs with high-quality photometric properties hold great promise especially for future indoor lighting applications.
KeywordsHybrid power systems
Light emitting diodes