Seoul Semiconductor announces the mass production of the Acrich MJT 3030

Seoul Semiconductor, a global LED manufacturer, announced the availability of Acrich MJT 3030 a new LED in the Acrich MJT product family which improves on performance and enables lower system costs. Using Seoul Semiconductor’s Acrich MJT technology, the MJT 3030 LED offers improved performance and high lm/$ in a mid-power package.

This new Acrich series has dimensions of 3.0mm x 3.0mm delivering a typical luminous flux of 103 lumens at 40mA at 22V, 25° C, 3000K and can be driven to a maximum current of 60mA delivering upto 155 lumens to address high-lumen applications that require low cost and high reliability solutions. To improve time-to-market, lighting manufacturers seeking ENERGY STAR qualification can take advantage of the completed 6,000 hours LM-80 data of the Acrich MJT 3030 LED.

Utilizing Seoul Semiconductor’s proven and reliable high voltage architecture, Acrich MJT “Multi-Junction chip Technology”, the Acrich LED eliminates the tradeoff between size and efficacy. The Acrich MJT 3030 can be operated in either AC or DC modes, depending on your configuration. AC mode, which uses the Acrich IC instead of an AC/DC converter, improves reliability and simplifies integration when making lighting fixtures. The 0.97 power factor and low THD of Acrich IC-based modules helps save energy and optimize designs. In the DC-mode, the low-current operation of the Acrich MJT 3030 can lower the number of components and reduce the cost of the power supply. The inherent flexibility of the Acrich MJT 3030 LED enables optimized performance in both AC and DC configurations.

Seoul Semiconductor Executive Vice President of Lighting sales, Jay Kim stated that, “The new Acrich MJT 3030 LED combines the improved performance and high lm/$ with the reliability of the MJT technology enabling lighting manufacturers to create new innovative solutions to address a wide range of lighting applications.”


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