Recently, Osram, a global innovation promoter, has released the new Oslon Boost HM LED, which enables ultra-thin headlight design. In recent years, with the development of automotive lighting technology, light has become one of the important elements in modern automotive design. A small, bright light source helps create a more compact and versatile headlight.
The miniaturized design of LED products plays an increasingly important role in adaptive headlights (commonly referred to as corner lighting or matrix lighting). With the new Oslon Boost HM, Osram developers have succeeded in achieving excellent brightness of up to 415 lumens with a chip area of 0.5 mm2 and a current of 1.5 amps.
At the same time, the LED has a compact shape with a size of only 1.9 mm x 1.5 mm x 0.73 mm. While ensuring light output, it provides a solution for achieving a small headlight with a width similar to that of a finger. In addition, the LED has a brightness of 255 cd / mm2 at a current of 1.5 amps, and its performance is excellent in the same type of LED.
In addition to the headlights, the new Oslon Boost HM can be combined with other LEDs to provide high beam assistance. At the same time, thanks to its excellent brightness, this LED is also suitable for adaptive headlights based on MEM-S technology. Osram Opto Semiconductors has created the new Oslon Boost HM with many years of packaging technology. The ceramic package design based on thermoelectric separation technology makes it easier to dissipate heat. At the same time, the unique internal structure makes it easier to discharge heat from the LED. In addition, the thermal resistance of this new LED is relatively low, only 4.62K / W.