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LED-eshop.de B-485-520 Turquoise Blue LED
Received & tested 11-13-08

This is a 5mm round through-hole LED that emits a slightly greenish blue light - it is specifically designed to be ~15nm longer in wavelength than most other GaN blue LEDs. Peak wavelength appears to be 488.0nm.


Beam photograph on the test target at 12".
Light is not as blue as this photograph makes it appear.
Intensity measures 5,880mcd on a Meterman LM631 light meter.
Vf (forward voltage) is 3.109 volts at 19.28mA.
Viewing angle is 20.

Spectrographic plot
Spectrographic analysis of this LED.

Spectrographic plot
Same as above; newer spectrometer software setting used.


ProMetric analysis
Beam cross-sectional analysis.
Image made using the ProMetric System by Radiant Imaging.




LED-eshop.de G-535-520 Green LED
Received & tested 11-13-08

This is a 5mm round through-hole LED that emits a slight yellowish lime green light - it is specifically designed to be ~10nm longer in wavelength than most other InGaN green LEDs. Peak wavelength appears to be 540.5nm.


Beam photograph on the test target at 12".
Intensity measures 15,570mcd on a Meterman LM631 light meter.
Vf (forward voltage) is 3.349 volts at 19.28mA.
Viewing angle is 20.

Spectrographic plot
Spectrographic analysis of this LED.

Spectrographic plot
Same as above; newer spectrometer software setting used.


ProMetric analysis
Beam cross-sectional analysis.
Image made using the ProMetric System by Radiant Imaging.




LED-eshop.de W-1010 white LED
Received 12-31-07, tested 01-06-08

This is a 10mm round through-hole LED that emits a mainly white light with a cool color temperature (est. 6,500K). The beam is very narrow, and consists of a magnified image of the LED's die (light-emitting region), surrounded by a circular, yellowish-white corona with a relatively sharp perimeter.


Photograph of the beam image at several feet; this allows the actual beam structure to be seen.
The green spots are from a Laser Stars unit, and may be ignored.

This LED has a water-clear transparent epoxy body, and has a viewing angle of 10.
As I said earlier, it comes in a 10mm body, not a 5mm one like many other common LEDs.


Beam photograph on the test target at 12".
Intensity measures 27,200mcd on a Meterman LM631 light meter.
Vf (forward voltage) is 3.259 volts at 30mA.
Viewing angle is avertised at 10

Spectrographic plot
Spectrographic analysis of this LED.



LED-eshop.de BG-505-1024 bluish-green LED
Received 12-31-07, tested 01-05-08, repeat spectroscopy performed 10-18-09

This is a 10mm round through-hole LED that emits radiation peaking at 507.4nm in the bluish-green region of the spectrum. The light appears as an aqua color.

This LED has a water-clear transparent epoxy body, and has a viewing angle of 24.
As I said earlier, it comes in a 10mm body, not a 5mm one like many other common LEDs.


Beam photograph on the test target at 12".
Intensity measures 21,400mcd on a Meterman LM631 light meter.
Vf (forward voltage) is 3.104 volts at 30mA.
Viewing angle is avertised at 24

Spectrographic plot
Spectrographic analysis of this LED.


Spectrographic plot
Same as above; different spectrometer & software used.



LED-eshop.de G-525-1016/B green LED
Received 12-31-07, tested 01-04-08

This is a 10mm round through-hole LED that emits radiation peaking at 515.5nm in the green region of the spectrum. The light appears as a bright, slightly whitish-green.

This LED has a water-clear transparent epoxy body, and has a viewing angle of 10.
As I said earlier, it comes in a 10mm body, not a 5mm one like many other common LEDs.


Beam photograph on the test target at 12".
That white area at the center of the beam is a camera artifact, and does not exist in reality.
Intensity measures 59,500mcd on a Meterman LM631 light meter.
Vf (forward voltage) is 3.046 volts at 30mA.
Viewing angle is avertised at 10

Spectrographic plot
Spectrographic analysis of this LED.



LED-eshop.de RH-630-1016 red LED
Received 12-31-07, tested 01-04-08, repeat spectroscopy performed 10-18-09

This is a 10mm round through-hole LED that emits radiation peaking at 630nm in the red region of the spectrum. The light appears as a bright red.

This LED has a water-clear transparent epoxy body, and has a viewing angle of 16.
As I said earlier, it comes in a 10mm body, not a 5mm one like many other common LEDs.


Beam photograph on the test target at 12".
Intensity measures 8,040mcd on a Meterman LM631 light meter.
Vf (forward voltage) is 2.525 volts at 50mA.
Viewing angle is avertised at 16

Spectrographic plot
Spectrographic analysis of this LED.


Spectrographic plot
Same as above; different spectrometer & software used.



*** VERY IMPORTANT!!!***
The six LEDs below are engineering samples and may
not be available to the public as of this date (01-03-08).


LED-eshop.de IR-670-560WD deep red LED
Received 12-31-07, tested 01-03-08, repeat spectroscopy performed 10-15-09

This is a 5mm round through-hole LED that emits radiation peaking at 670nm in the very deep red region of the spectrum. The light appears as a deep cherry red; not quite as deep a red color as the light from the IR-690-560WD LED shown directly below.

This LED has a milky-white diffused epoxy body, so the beam angle is wider than usual for a very deep red LED at 60.


Beam photograph on the test target at 12".
Vf (forward voltage) is 1.907 volts at 50mA.
Viewing angle is avertised at 60

Spectrographic plot
Spectrographic analysis of this LED.


Spectrographic plot
Same as above; different spectrometer & software used.



LED-eshop.de IR-690-560WD very deep red LED
Received 12-31-07, tested 01-03-08, repeat spectroscopy performed 10-15-09

This is a 5mm round through-hole LED that emits radiation peaking at 690nm in the very deep red region of the spectrum. The light appears as a deep cherry red; not quite as deep a red color as the light from the IR-720-560WD LED shown directly below.

This LED has a milky-white diffused epoxy body, so the beam angle is wider than usual for a very deep red LED at 60.


Because the LED is diffused and because it is a very deep red, a beam photograph at the standard distance of 12" will not be possible.
So this beam photograph was taken at ~8" (20.3cm).
Vf (forward voltage) is 1.896 volts at 50mA.
Viewing angle is avertised at 60

Spectrographic plot
Spectrographic analysis of this LED.


Spectrographic plot
Same as above; different spectrometer & software used.



LED-eshop.de IR-720-560WD near-infrared LED
Received 12-31-07, tested 01-02-08, repeat spectroscopy performed 10-15-09

This is a 5mm round through-hole LED that emits radiation peaking at 720nm in the NIR (near-infrared). The light appears as a deep cherry red.

This LED has a milky-white diffused epoxy body, so the beam angle is wider than usual for a NIR LED at 60.


Because the LED is diffused and because it is NIR, a beam photograph will not be possible.
So this photograph of the LED in my LED tester next to the test target (proximity approximately 1.5" (3.8cm)) will have to suffice.
Vf (forward voltage) is 1.742 volts at 30mA.
Viewing angle is avertised at 60

Spectrographic plot
Spectrographic analysis of this LED.


Spectrographic plot
Same as above; different spectrometer & software used.



LED-eshop.de IR-905-560WD near-infrared LED
Received 12-31-07, tested 01-02-08, repeat spectroscopy performed 10-18-09

This is a 5mm round through-hole LED that emits radiation peaking at 905nm in the NIR (near-infrared). It is essentially invisible, but a few viewers may be able to discern an extremely faint, very dim, very deep cherry red glow when they look directly into the lamp.

This LED has a milky-white diffused epoxy body, so the beam angle is wider than usual for a NIR LED at 60.

Because the LED is diffused and because it is NIR, a beam photograph will not be possible.
Vf (forward voltage) is 1.321 volts at 30mA.
Beam angle is avertised at 60

Spectrographic plot
Spectrographic analysis of this LED.


Spectrographic plot
Same as above; different spectrometer & software used.
As you can see, the PC2000-ISA spectrometer I used the first time around was the correct instrument for this job.



LED-eshop.de IR-770-560WD near-infrared LED
Received 12-31-07, tested 01-01-08, repeat spectroscopy performed 10-15-09

This is a 5mm round through-hole LED that emits radiation peaking at 770nm in the NIR (near-infrared). Some people may not be able to see this wavelength, but most should see it as a very dim, deep cherry red glow.

This LED has a milky-white diffused epoxy body, so the beam angle is wider than usual for a NIR LED at 60.


Because the LED is diffused and because it is NIR, a beam photograph will not be possible.
So this photograph of the LED in my LED tester will have to suffice.
Vf (forward voltage) is 1.590 volts at 30mA.
Viewing angle is avertised at 60

Spectrographic plot
Spectrographic analysis of this LED.


Spectrographic plot
Same as above; different spectrometer & software used.



LED-eshop.de IR-740-560WD near-infrared LED
Received 12-31-07, tested 01-02-08, repeat spectroscopy performed 10-15-09

This is a 5mm round through-hole LED that emits radiation peaking at 740nm in the NIR (near-infrared). It should be visible to most viewers as a somewhat dim, deep cherry red.

This LED has a milky-white diffused epoxy body, so the beam angle is wider than usual for a NIR LED at 60.


Because the LED is diffused and because it is NIR, a beam photograph will not be possible.
So this photograph of the LED in my LED tester will have to suffice.
Vf (forward voltage) is 1.824 volts at 50mA.
Viewing angle is avertised at 60

Spectrographic plot
Spectrographic analysis of this LED.


Spectrographic plot
Same as above; different spectrometer & software used.












WHITE 5500-6500K InGaN+phosphor 
ULTRAVIOLET 370-390nm GaN 
BLUE 430nm GaN+SiC
BLUE 450 and 473nm InGaN
BLUE Silicon Carbide
TURQUOISE 495-505nm InGaN
GREEN 525nm InGaN 
YELLOW-GREEN 555-575mn GaAsP & related
YELLOW 585-595nm
AMBER 595-605nm
ORANGE 605-620nm
ORANGISH-RED 620-635nm
RED 640-700nm
INFRARED 700-1300nm
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