Agilent Technologies Introduces New AF LED Flash For Digital Cameras
Agilent introduced a high-brightness LED specifically designed to provide the illumination required to operate the automatic focus function of a digital still camera under low-light conditions, and at a range up to 3 meters. The Agilent ASMT-FJ10, sized 4.80x4.80mm, provides typical light output of 18 candela (at 20 mA).
The Agilent ASMT-FJ10 is a lead-free SMT (surface mount technology) dome lamp using an optimized untinted, nondiffused lens to provide a high luminous intensity with a narrow 8-degree radiation pattern (half-value angle). When installed in a camera without additional collimating optics these LEDs meet the Class 1 eye-safety requirements of IEC/EN 60825-1 (2001) under all conditions of operation and single fault failure.
The ASMT-FJ10 die uses aluminum indium gallium phosphate (AlInGaP) material technology to provide very high luminous efficiency over a wide range of drive currents, up to a maximum of 50 mA. The molded package is compatible with lead-free IR (infrared) soldering processes.
The Agilent ASMT-FJ10 is supplied on 16 mm tape on 15-inch (380 mm) diameter reels to facilitate pick-and-place manufacturing processes. Samples and production quantities are available now through Agilent's direct sales channel and worldwide distribution partners. Pricing is available upon request.
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