Luminus’ new RGBL colour-mix LED technology

15th May 2024
Harry Fowle

Luminus Devices has introduced a series of 4-in-1 RGBL (Red-Green-Blue-Lime) LEDs designed for stage and architectural lighting systems that require high high-output colour mixing with high colour-rendering index (CRI).

With minimal spacing between individual emitters, the 4-in-1 RGBL LED delivers unmatched colour mixing capabilities, providing lighting designers with an extensive palette to create captivating visuals. The Lime (570 nm dominant wavelength) channel replaces the cool white LED used in the traditional 4-in-1 LED to enlarge the colour space while improving brightness. These LEDs boast best-in-class lumen output at maximum current while maintaining a high CRI of over 85, ensuring brilliant illumination across the entire colour temperature range from 3000K to 8000K. All channels can be driven up to 3A and 100% DC, allowing for high-lumen output with uncompromised reliability.

Yves Bertic, Senior Business Line Director at Luminus Devices comments: “Luminus is committed to providing the best LED solutions to the entertainment and stage lighting markets. Our new 4-in-1 RGBL LED technology allows our customers to design or upgrade fixtures with high lumen output and excellent reliability. Leveraging Luminus’ ceramic-based converted green technology for the Lime channel, this product can be driven at very high current and delivers unmatched performance setting a new standard in the 40W colour-mix market.”

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