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Lighting definitions explained


Legend technical specifications Backwards compatible Beam angle


Central beam candela Chip on board CoB Symbol Definition (º)


It can work with an older product or technology Exit angle of the light beam


Power emitted by a light source in a particular direction. A common candle emits light with a luminous intensity of roughly one candela


Refers to the semiconductor assembly technology wherein the microchip or die is directly mounted on and electrically interconnected to its final circuit board, instead of undergoing traditional assembly or packaging as an individual IC


Correlated color temperature Color rendering index Color consistency (initial)


Connectivity Digital


Dimmable average lifetime 10% failure hrs Dimming range Driver power factor


Efficiency range max load Frequency GPC code


Housing color Input Voltage IP classification


Inrush current peak Lifetime


Lifetime 10% failure Light output Lumen maintenance @ 50,000 hrs


Luminous flux Module efficacy Module power


Module temperature control


Passive cooling Power factor


Relative humidity Smart fixture


System efficacy System power Tc life driver


Tc life module Zhaga


Pf %


lm


lm/W W


Hz V K CRI SDCM


CCT; describes whether white light appears warm (reddish), neutral or cool (bluish)


The ability to reproduce the colors of various objects faithfully in reference to an ideal light source


Standard Deviation of Color Matching; describing the difference between two colors. e.g. a difference of 1-3 SDCM is virtually imperceptible; a difference of 4 or more is readily visible


The capacity to be connected to other appliances, facilities and the internet


A collection of evolving technologies that enables generation, collection, analysis, storage in real-time and data exchange


Lifetime in hours, defined by reaching 10% failures (i.e. 90% survivors) when dimmed


Dimming range in which the system will perform as specified


Indicating how effective the driver converts electric current to useful power output


Efficiency when operated at maximum power (not dimmed) See line frequency


European Product code Color of housing


Voltage required as input for the product


lngress protection defined in terms of object size and water beam protected against


Highest current the capacitative components operate at start up hrs hrs lm


Lifetime in hours, associated with specific conditions (e.g. lumen maintenance, Tc, failure)


Lifetime in hours, defined by reaching 10% failures (i.e. 90% survivors) for a population


Output of luminous flux


% of the original lumen flux remaining after indicated (life-)time for a defined population; e.g. B50/L70 indicates 50% of the population retaining 70% of the orginal light output


Total energy emitted by a light source across the visible wavelengths of light Efficiency module; lumen output per Watt input Energy required to operate the module


Protective feature with which the driver regulates the module power when a certain critical temperature of the module is passed


Cooling without power consumption See: driver power factor


Portion of water vapor in a mixture of air and water vapor


Lighting fixtures that are enabled for connectivity become a node in the network by containing one or more sensors and have the ability to change behavior as a response to a stimulus


lm/W W °C


°C Efficiency module + driver Energy required to operate the system


Temperature of indicated point on the product on which the lifetime is based


Temperature of indicated point on the product on which the lifetime is based


An industry-wide cooperation between companies aimed at enabling the interchangeability of LED light sources made by different manufacturers


Philips OEM LED catalog 136


Xtreme modules Xtreme drivers


Linear modules Linear drivers


Point modules Point drivers


Retail display lighting Connectivity


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