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C LD-DS33 Rev 6A

Product family data sheet

cree® Xlamp® Xm-l leds

Product descriPtion
The

XLamp

industry’s

XM-L

highest

LeD

is

features
the

performance,

single-die white lighting-class LeD.
The XLamp XM-L is 20% more
efficient than the XLamp XP-G at
the same current, and can deliver

• Maximum drive current:
3000 mA
• Low thermal resistance:
2.5 °C/W• Maximum junction temperature:
150 °C

1000 lumens with 100 lumens per

• viewing angle: 125°

watt efficacy. The XLamp XM-L

• Available in cool white, 80-CRI

LeD offers Cree’s industry-leading

minimum neutral white and

features:

80-CRI, 85-CRI and 90-CRI

wide

symmetrical

viewing

package,

angle,

unlimited

floor life and electrically neutral
thermalpath.

warm white
• ANSI-compatible chromaticity
bins
• Unlimited floor life at

XLamp

XM-L

LeDs

can

enable

≤ 30 ºC/85% RH

LeD light into new applications

• Reflow solderable -

that require tens of thousands of

JeDeC J-STD-020C

lumens, such as high bay and high-

• electrically neutral thermal path

output area lighting. The XM-L is

• RoHS- andREACh-compliant

also the ideal choice for lighting

• UL--ecognized component

applications where high light output
WWW.CRee.COM/XLAMP

and maximum efficacy are required,
such as LeD light bulbs, outdoor

(e349212)

taBle of contents
Flux Characteristics.................... 2
Characteristics .......................... 3
Relative Spectral Power
Distribution...............................3
Relative Flux vs. Junction
Temperature ............................. 4
electrical Characteristics ............. 4
Thermal Design ......................... 5
Relative Flux vs. Current ............ 5
Relative Chromaticity vs. Current
(Cool White) ............................. 6
Relative Chromaticity vs.
Temperature (Cool White) ........... 6
Relative Chromaticity vs. Current
(WarmWhite) ........................... 7
Relative Chromaticity vs.
Temperature (Warm White)......... 7
Typical Spatial Distribution .......... 8
Reflow Soldering Characteristics .. 9
Notes ......................................10
Mechanical Dimensions..............12
Tape and Reel ..........................13
Packaging ................................14

lighting, portable lighting, indoorlighting and solar-powered lighting.

Copyright © 2010-2012 Cree, Inc. All rights reserved. The information in this document is subject to change without notice.
Copyright © 2010 Cree, Inc. All ®
rights reserved. The information in this document is subject to change without notice.
Cree®, the Cree logo and XLamp are registered trademarks of Cree, Inc.
Cree, the Cree logo and XLamp areregistered trademarks of Cree, Inc.

Cree, Inc.
4600 Silicon Drive
Durham, NC 27703
USA Tel: +1.919.313.5300
www.cree.com/xlamp

x lamp xm-l leds

fluX characteristics (tJ = 25 °c)
The following table provides several base order codes for XLamp XM-L LeDs. It is important to note that the base order
codes listed here are a subset of the total available order codes for the product family. Formore order codes, as well as
a complete description of the order-code nomenclature, please consult the XLamp XM-L Binning and Labeling document.

color

cct range
min.

Base order codes
min. luminous flux
@ 700 ma

order code

5000 K

80-CRI White

2600 K

4300 K

Warm White

2600 K

3700 K

85-CRI White

90-CRI White

2600 K

2600 K

3200 K

3200 K

2000ma

260

360

511

643

XMLAWT-00-0000-0000T5051

T6

280

388

551

692

XMLAWT-00-0000-0000T6051

300

416

590

742

XMLAWT-00-0000-0000U2051

T4

240

332

472

593

XMLAWT-00-0000-000LT40e4

T5

260

360

511

643

XMLAWT-00-0000-000LT50e4

T2

200

277

393

494

XMLAWT-00-0000-000HT20E7

T3

220

305

433

544...
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