Beam Divergence (Far-Field Pattern)
Note: The above specifications are for reference purpose only and subjected to change without prior notice.
Precaution for Use
• Check your connection circuits before turning on the LED.
• Observe the LED polarity: LED anode is marked with a RED dot.
• DO NOT connect the LED to the multimeter!
2. Soldering Conditions
• DO NOT apply any stress to the lead particularly when heat.
• After soldering the LEDs should be protected from mechanical shock or vibration until the LEDs return
to room temperature.
• When it is necessary to clamp the LEDs to prevent soldering failure, it is important to minimize the
mechanical stress on the LEDs.
3. Static Electricity
• The LEDs are very sensitive to Static Electricity and surge
voltage. So it is recommended that a wrist band and/or an anti-
electrostatic glove be used when handling the LEDs.
• All devices, equipment and machinery must be grounded properly.
It is recommended that precautions should be taken against surge
voltage to the equipment that mounts the LEDs.
4. Heat Generation
• Thermal design of the end product is of paramount importance. Please consider the heat generation of
the LED when making the system design. The coefficient of temperature increase per input electric
power is affected by the thermal resistance of the circuit board and density of LED placement on the
board, as well as other components. It is necessary to avoid intense heat generation and operate
within the maximum ratings given in the specification.
• The operating current should be decided after considering the ambient maximum temperature of
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