The ChromaLit series uses a phosphor composite substrate separated from the blue LEDs instead of coating them directly. This enables use of a blue LED engine instead of binned white LEDs. The technique reportedly eliminates glare, offers diffuse light, increases efficacy up to 30%, and improves color rendering and light quality.
ChromaLit XT targets higher-intensity light applications that require high lumen output in a small form factor, such as spotlights and floods. Users can see up to 65% lower cost per lumen and enhanced off-state neutral color when compared to conventional remote phosphors that are yellow, Intematix reports. ChromaLit XT is optically treated to maintain an off-state neutral appearance when the LED light is off. ChromaLit XT meets UL standards and is offered in a range of CCT and CRI options.
ChromaLit XT will be on display for the first time at the Light+Building trade fair in Frankfurt, Germany from April 15-20 and again at LIGHTFAIR in Las Vegas, May 9-11.
Intematix Corporation is a materials development company providing customizable, patented phosphors and remote phosphor components for LEDs. Learn more at www.intematix.com.