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Our all-purpose miniature surface mount device is small – just 3.5 mm square – but packed with power offering 30 mW resulting in superior precision, reliability and efficiency over other models. Custom wavelengths and power levels available upon request.  
  • Wavelength: 285 nm
  • Size (horizontal): 3.5 mm
  • Size (vertical): 3.5 mm
  • Output Power (typical): 30 mW
  • Emission Angle: 130 degree
  • ...
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Our all-purpose miniature surface mounted device (SMD) deep ultraviolet (DUV) LED is small – just 3.5 mm square – but packed with power offering 30 mW resulting in superior precision, reliability and efficiency over other models. Custom wavelengths and power levels available upon request. *See data sheet for ...
  • Wavelength: 265 nm
  • Size (horizontal): 3.5 mm
  • Size (vertical): 3.5 mm
  • Output Power (typical): 12 mW
  • Emission Angle: 130 degree
  • ...
Data Sheet
Our all-purpose miniature surface mount device is small – just 3.5 mm square – but packed with power offering 30 mW resulting in superior precision, reliability and efficiency over other models. Alternative Power Output Options: Power output of 12 mW at 265 nm Power output of 30 mW at 285 nm Power output of 30 mW at 300 ...
  • Wavelength: 285 nm
  • Size (horizontal): 3.5 mm
  • Size (vertical): 3.5 mm
  • Output Power (typical): 45 mW
  • Emission Angle: 120 degree
Data Sheet

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SMD stands for Surface Mounted Device, a special category of LEDs, which have tiny metallic contacts that can be directly soldered to circuit boards. Mass produced electronic circuit boards need to be manufactured in a highly mechanized fashion in order to save on manufacturing costs. However, traditional leaded electronic components do not lend themselves to such an approach. In industry, SMDs have largely replaced the through-hole-technology (THT) construction method of fitting components with wire leads into holes in the circuit board. The most common example of an SMD is the smart phone. It has components that need to be packed very tightly in a very slim case, so it is not feasible use THT. Surface mounted technologies can be smaller than THT because they have smaller leads, or no leads at all, making them easier to shrink down.