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  • Tu
    25
    Mar
    2014

    ModuLED Pico smallest spot light LED cooler for 1,800 lumen

    As an extension to the success of the ModuLED modular LED coolers, MechaTronix developed a new era of passive LED cooling in a diameter of 47 millimeter, named the ModuLED Pico.

    The choice for a diameter of 47mm speaks for itself. With this diameter the new LED spot or down light can easily fit in any existing lighting fixture with classic MR16 or GU10 lamps.

  • Th
    12
    Dec
    2013

    MechaTronix launches ModuLED Nano passive LED cooler

    As an extension to the success of the ModuLED modular LED coolers, MechaTronix developed a new family of passive LED heat sinks in a diameter of 70 millimeter, named the ModuLED Nano.

  • Th
    12
    Dec
    2013

    Philips Lumileds signs up with MechaTronix for partner LED coolers

    Full range LED coolers for Luxeon COB now available

    With the launch of the newest generation Philips Lumileds Luxeon Chip-On-Board (COB) LED modules there was an immediate need for a wide range of standard LED coolers.
    In the cooperation with MechaTronix Philips Lumileds found a practical and easy way to launch a wide range of standard LED coolers fitting mechanically with the various dimensions of the Luxeon COBs and matching the cooling capacities needed for the whole series.

  • We
    13
    Nov
    2013

    MechaTronix Launches ModuLED Xtra & IceLED Xtra

    Combining all the latest generation LED modules on a few LED coolers

    “The whole idea of developing the ModuLED Xtra and IceLED Xtra LED coolers was to create a limited number of products which fitted with all the newest LED modules and COB’s which came on the market in the last year” according Ken Yang, Chief Designer at MechaTronix.

  • Th
    17
    Oct
    2013

    Why Pin Fin LED coolers perform better under tilted position

    Ever wondered what the effect would be of tilting you LED spot light design over a certain angle with respect to thermal behavior?

    In this whitepaper we describe the effect of tilting spot light designs over an angle of 50 degrees and 90 degrees, and compare the thermal results from LED coolers made by extrusion and made by pin fin technology.

  • We
    25
    Sep
    2013

    Edison Opto, BJB and MechaTronix cooperation

    Success in the world of LED lighting:
    It’s all about partnering

    In the world of LED lighting components standing on your own is like being left alone in the desert

    More and more players in the manufacturing side of LED components start to understand that, and new eco partnerships result out of that.

  • We
    28
    Aug
    2013

    New LED Pin Fin heat sink 111mm for shop lighting

    Better thermal results under tilted positioning – up to 5000 lumen

    MechaTronix launches the LPF111 LED pin fin heat sink as a new platform for passive cooling of shop and down lights from 2000 to 5000 lumen.

  • Fr
    21
    Jun
    2013

    Tridonic & MechaTronix LED cooling cooperation

    Full range LED coolers launched for Tridonic Talexx Stark SLE LED modules

    Ready to use LED modules are in the lift, that’s the least you can say

    More and more lighting designers prefer to work with standard LED modules instead of PCB boards with discrete LED components.
    The reasons for that are rather clear: no LED binning problems, guaranteed lumen packages and lighting colors, high CRI values,…

  • Fr
    7
    Jun
    2013

    IceLED Ultra Modular active LED cooler ø99mm h75mm

    MechaTronix launches first 200 watt active LED cooling for high bay and industrial light designs

    The “IceLED Ultra”, that’s the name the new active LED cooler was baptized.
    In a diameter of just 99 millimeter and with a weight of less than 500 grams this revelation in LED cooling keeps luminaires up to 20.000 lumen on their expected temperature.
    This makes the IceLED Ultra ideal for high bays and industrial light designs

  • Fr
    10
    May
    2013

    ModuLED Modular Passive LED Cooler

    Performance, functionality and looks all combined

    Of course looks matter in the LED lighting world…

    Even for recessed spot and down lights, you still have to sell it first, and at that point the look and feel of a product makes the first impressions.

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