August 22, 2014 6:10 PM ET

Electrical Equipment

Company Overview of LedEngin, Inc.

Company Overview

LedEngin, Inc. develops, manufactures, and sells light emitting diodes emitters, optics components, and light source modules. It also offers 1-, 4-, 12-, and 24-die emitter products; and lenses. The company’s products have applications in bay lighting, interior and exterior architectural lighting, entertainment lighting, galleries and boutiques, and analytical and curing industries; and in horticulture, medical, and food illuminations. It sells its products directly through its sales channels; and through a network of distributors. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in San Jose, California.

651 River Oaks Parkway

San Jose, CA 95134

United States

Founded in 2004

Phone:

408-922-7200

Fax:

408-922-0158

Key Executives for LedEngin, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer
Age: 52
Founder
Vice President of Finance & Administration
Age: 61
Vice President of Operations
Vice President of Human Resources
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

LedEngin, Inc. Key Developments

LED Engin Introduces Tunable CRI 90 White LED for Black Body Dimming from 3000K to 1800K

LedEngin, Inc. announced immediate availability of LuxiTune, a compact, single emitter light engine that delivers directional light with halogen-style dimming. LuxiTune reportedly hugs the black body curve from 3000K down to1800K. Luminous flux is 1100 lumens, equivalent to a 60W halogen lamp. Luminous efficacy is 63 lumens per Watt hot and includes the secondary, TIR optic. The company contends that this is far higher efficacy than that of rival products that utilize multiple emitters and reflectors. At full intensity, color rendering index (CRI) is 90 and LuxiTune maintains a CRI average of 85 and R9 red content of 70 as it dims. LuxiTune has a diameter of 50mm. According to the company, LuxiTune allows lighting designers to quickly and easily create a compact lighting fixture that works with standard 0-10V dimmers or via a DMX interface. The LuxiTune light engine is comprised of a 12-die. The die are matched to within 3 MacAdam ellipses (SDCM) and dimming tracks the black body curve to within three SDCM, producing what LED Engin describes as consistent, natural light across the full dimming and CCT range. LuxiTune employs a multi-layer ceramic substrate that the company claims minimizes the package thermal resistance and provides an almost stress-free environment for the chips providing effective heat dissipation and maximum light emission. LED Engin says that these features ensure that color point stability is maintained throughout the product's long service life. Optics are available in 24°, 32° and 45° beam angles. Furthermore, the company says that the lenses facilitate uniformity over angle, maximize lumens in the beam while minimizing glare and produce a gentle roll-off profile at the beam edges.

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