High-temperature numeric LED displays by Lumex

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Lumex (Palatine, IL) has announced the launch of its QuasarBrite High-Temperature Surface-Mount Seven-Segment numeric LED Display technology. These displays provide bright, crisp display performance in temperature ranges up to 105°C. The displays are compatible with standard drivers and a range of medical device applications that require performance in extreme heat conditions. The materials used allow this technology to provide outstanding color and brightness performance at up to 105°C - higher than the standard, 85°C. The standard displays are available in 0.3 inch or 0.56 inch sizes, single or double digit layout, common anode or cathode format, and red or green in color. Lumex´s team of Technical Design Specialists help customers integrate the displays with switches, resistors, IC driver chips, capacitors and other technologies to create a complete interface solution.

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NEW HIGH-TEMP SURFACE MOUNT SEVEN-SEGMENT LED DISPLAYS FROM LUMEX PROVIDE MARKET-LEADING TEMPERATURE RANGE AND LEAD-FREE SOLDERING

New Technology Simplifies Production Processes, Reduces Manual Labor Requirements By Up To 80%

PALATINE, IL –Lumex announces the global launch of its QuasarBrite High-Temperature Surface-Mount (SMD) Seven-Segment numeric LED Display technology capable of providing bright, crisp display performance in market-leading temperature ranges up to 105°C. As a surface-mount technology compatible with lead-free soldering, the new technology can eliminate the need for the additional soldering step required with through-hole displays saving time and reducing manual labor requirements by up to 80%.

QuasarBrite High-Temperature SMD Seven-Segment LED Displays are compatible with standard drivers and are ideal for a wide range of medical device applications that require performance in extreme heat conditions including displays on portable and non-portable patient monitoring displays such as defibrillators, heart and pulse monitors, and sphygmomanometers.

Whereas standard seven-segment LED displays can operate at temperatures up to 85°C, the combination of proprietary epoxy and plastic used allows the new Lumex high-temperature technology to provide outstanding color and brightness performance at up to 105°C which is unique in the industry.

“The compatibility of the new seven segment displays with lead-free soldering allows engineers to benefit from an environmentally friendly and simplified design process.” explained Jeff Oliveros, Director of Engineering at Lumex. “Many brands are looking to eliminate all lead-based soldering for exposure-related safety issues. Additionally, most of the other components designers are using such as drivers, resistors and capacitors are all surface-mounted. Traditionally a secondary, soldering process was needed to add the through-hole seven segment displays. With the new surface-mount displays, this additional soldering process is no longer needed, generating significant time and cost savings.”

Standard QuasarBrite High-Temperature SMD Seven-Segment LED Displays are available in:

  • 0.3 inch and 0.56 inch sizes
  • single or double digit layout 
  • common anode or common cathode format
  • red or green

Custom technologies are also available in any color and with wide varieties in size, character height, thickness and shapes. Lumex´s team of Technical Design Specialists helps customers integrate the new QuasarBrite High-Temperature SMD Seven-Segment LED Displays with switches, resistors, IC driver chips, capacitors and other technologies required to create a complete interface board solution. This complimentary integration support generates cost savings, speeds time to market and reduces opportunity for product failure due to integration issues.

The RoHs compliant QuasarBrite High-Temperature SMD Seven-Segment LED Displays cost less than a dollar per in production quantities dependent on size and quantity ordered. Lead time is 6-8 weeks for standard technologies and 8-12 weeks for custom products. 

About Lumex

For over 30 years, Lumex, a member of the ITW Photonics Group, has been a global leader in the optoelectronics industry. With the broadest range of high efficiency, high performance LEDs and LCDs in the industry, Lumex provides thousands of standard products and specializes in semi-custom and custom designs.  Lumex's optical range encompasses a wide spectrum including UV, visible and infrared wavelengths. Lumex's team of Technical Design Specialists are experts in collaboratively developing effective, smart solutions from the most complex design dilemmas.

Lumex has a global footprint with the worldwide headquarters outside Chicago and the Asian headquarters in Taiwan. With manufacturing capabilities in the United States, China, Taiwan and Thailand, Lumex is able to support over 23 end markets with more than 80,000 customers both directly and through our distribution channel partners. Lumex received its initial ISO 9001 registration in 1996.

About the ITW Photonics Group

The ITW Photonics Group was created to bring together and build on the technical expertise of individual companies that specialize in photonics technology and span the full spectrum of wavelengths.  The group consists of:

  • Lumex - LED and LCD technology
  • Cal Sensors - IR Detector and Emitter technology 
  • Opto Diode Corp - LED, Silicon Photodiodes and Electro-Optical Assembly technology
  • ITW Linx – Surge protection technology

The synergy of these industry front-runners provides an unsurpassed range of photonic capabilities within a broad spectrum of markets, including medical, military and industrial controls.  The ITW Photonics Group provides integrated solutions that encompass the technology and experience from all three business units, offering design engineers higher performance with greater feature enhancements. For more information on the ITW Photonics Group, go to www.itwphotonicsgroup.com

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