Recently, the Synios P2720 CR launched by OSRAM has brought multiple conveniences to automobile taillight manufacturers, making the design of compact rear fog lights possible. During driving, dense fog and other road conditions with low visibility may cause serious rear-end accidents. In bad weather conditions, it is important to get good visibility through the bright rear fog lights.
Whether it is a headlamp or a rear combination lamp, there is a clear trend: the design is getting more compact and the efficiency is getting higher and higher. The new Synios P2720 CR LED meets this miniaturization trend, reduces the space required, and provides car manufacturers with more flexible design options. Despite its compact size, this LED can still provide excellent performance in applications.
For rear fog lamps, one of the main problems of monochrome LEDs is that at an operating temperature of 60 ° C to 70 ° C, a brightness loss of about 50% (commonly referred to as light attenuation) will occur. For this reason, manufacturers have to make up for by increasing the number of LEDs, thereby increasing the space occupation. Today, Osram's new Synios P2720 CR can greatly reduce this brightness loss to about 10%, reducing the number of LEDs required. Fewer LEDs means that a small heat sink can be used, which saves more space and weight.
Osram's new LEDs are available in two chip sizes, 0.5mm² and 1mm², and the overall package size is 2.0 mm x 2.7 mm x 0.6 mm.
Even in severe weather conditions, Synios p2720 CR can ensure good visibility
Headquartered in Munich, Germany, OSRAM Group is a leading global high-tech company with more than 110 years of brand history. Our products are mainly based on semiconductor technology and have a wide range of applications, including virtual reality, autonomous driving, smart phones, and smart connected lighting solutions in buildings and cities. In the field of automotive lighting, OSRAM is a global market and technology leader.
Osram is shaped by a long tradition of innovation in the field of lighting technology. Whether it is lasers for automobiles, improved safety brought by iris recognition, or intelligent interconnected lighting, we will use various solutions in the visible and invisible light fields to shape the future. As a technology company, OSRAM has always been committed to unlocking the infinite possibilities of light and improving human life in the digital age. At present, the OSRAM Group has adopted divisions focusing on optoelectronic semiconductors, automotive technology and digital applications.
Osram entered China in 1995 and is headquartered in Foshan, with branches in Shanghai, Wuxi, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Kunshan and Hong Kong. It has 4 production bases and 5 R & D centers in China, and employs approximately 3900 people. Today, China has become a strong driver of Osram's business development in the Asia-Pacific region, while also playing an important role in its global strategy.