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Cree LED ComponentsIES LM-80-2008 Testing ResultsRevision: 16B (September 22, 2015)NVLAP Lab Code 500041-0INTRODUCTIONTABLE OF CONTENTSThis document provides the results of Cree’s IESLED Modules (Rev 2) . 2XLamp CXA1304 White LEDs (Rev 0) . 3XLamp CXA1507 White LEDs (Rev 1) . 4XLamp CXA1512 White LEDs (Rev 0) . 5XLamp CXA1816 White LEDs (Rev 0) . 6XLamp CXA1820 White LEDs (Rev 0) . 7XLamp CXA1830 White LEDs (Rev 0) . 8LM-80-2008 (“LM-80”) testing on its LED components.Cree is providing this data so that the public can verifythe reliability of Cree LEDs as part of a complete LEDlighting system.Note that this document only provides the end resultsof the LM-80 tests. This is not a complete LM-80 report.Do not use this document to submit luminaires or lampsto an agency. Cree customers who need the full LM-80reports should contact their Cree sales representative.Cree’s customers who wish to share LM-80 resultswith their customers have permission to link to thisdocument from their website. This document is subjectto change without notice, so please do not link to alocal copy.NVLAP ACCREDITATION FOR LM-80-2008TESTINGCree’s SSL testing laboratory in Durham, NC, USAis accredited by the National Voluntary M-80-2008 testing. All LM-80-2008 results producedby Cree are generated in Cree’s accredited laboratory.Full details on Cree’s NVLAP accreditation are m?event directory.search#no-backWWW.CREE.COM/XLAMPCLD-AP57 REV 16BAPPLICATION NOTEThis report must not be used to claim productcertification, approval, or endorsement by NVLAP, NISTor any other agency of the federal government.XLamp CXA2011 White LEDs (Rev 0) . 9XLamp CXA2520 White LEDs (Rev 0) . 10XLamp CXA2530 White LEDs (Rev 0) . 11XLamp CXA2540 White LEDs (Rev 0) . 12XLamp CXA3050 White LEDs (Rev 0) . 13XLamp MC-E White LEDs (Rev 1) . 14XLamp ML-B White LEDs (Rev 1) . 15XLamp XLamp XLamp XLamp ML-C & ML-E White LEDs (Rev 1) . 16ML-E White LEDs (Rev 1) . 17MP-L EasyWhite LEDs (Rev 0) . 18MT-G EasyWhite LEDs (Rev 1) . 19XLamp MT-G2 EasyWhite LEDs (Rev 1) . 20XLamp MX-3 White LEDs (Rev 0) . 21XLamp MX-6 White LEDs (Rev 2) . 22XLamp XB-D White LEDs (Rev 2) . 23XLamp XB-E High Voltage White LEDs (Rev 0) . 24XLamp XB-G High Voltage White LEDs (Rev 0) . 25XLamp XM-L EasyWhite LEDs (Rev 1) . 26XLamp XM-L High Voltage White LEDs (Rev 0) . 27XLamp XM-L White LEDs (Rev 2). 28XLamp XM-L2 White LEDs (Rev 1) . 30XLamp XP-E White LEDs (Rev 3) . 31XLamp XP-E High Efficiency White LEDs (Rev 4) . 32XLamp XP-E2 High Efficiency White LEDs (Rev 0) . 33XLamp XLamp XLamp XLamp XLamp XP-G White LEDs (Rev 6). 34XP-G2 White LEDs (Rev 3) . 35XQ-B White LEDs (Rev 0) . 36XQ-D White LEDs (Rev 0) . 37XR-E White LEDs (Rev 1) . 38XLamp XT-E High Voltage White LEDs (Rev 0) . 39XLamp XT-E White LEDs (Rev 6) . 40Copyright 2010-2015 Cree, Inc. All rights reserved. The information in this document is subject to change without notice.Cree , the Cree logo and XLamp are registered trademarks of Cree, Inc. ENERGY STAR is a registered trademark of the U.S.Environmental Protection Agency. This document is provided for informational purposes only and is not a warranty or a specification.For product specifications, please see the data sheets available at www.cree.com. For warranty information, please contact CreeSales at sales@cree.com.Cree, Inc.4600 Silicon DriveDurham, NC 27703USA Tel: 1.919.313.5300

LED COMPONENTS IES LM-80 TESTING RESULTSXLAMP XP-G2 WHITE LEDS (REV 3)Revision:3 (November 19, 2013)Description Of LED Light SourcesXLamp XP-G2 White LEDs (Series: XPGBWT)This LM-80 report is applicable to the following order codes:XPGBWT-xx-xxxx-xxxxxNo failures occurred during testing.Test SummaryDataSetCaseTemp.[TS]AmbientTemp.[TA]Drive Current [IF]Average LumenMaintenance at 6,000hoursAverage ChromaticityShift (Δu’v’) at 6,000hours985 C85 C500 mA98.0%0.0012L90(6k) 36,300 hrsL80(6k) 36,300 hrsL70(6k) 36,300 hrs10105 C105 C500 mA98.3%0.0010L90(9k) 51,400 hrsL80(9k) 51,400 hrsL70(9k) 51,400 hrs8105 C105 C700 mA96.8%0.0010L90(9k) 27,000 hrsL80(9k) 51,400 hrsL70(9k) 51,400 hrs355 C55 C1000 mA97.0%0.0010L90(9k) 54,400 hrsL80(9k) 54,400 hrsL70(9k) 54,400 hrs485 C85 C1000 mA96.6%0.0010L90(9k) 51,400 hrsL80(9k) 51,400 hrsL70(9k) 51,400 hrs5105 C105 C1000 mA96.8%0.0011L90(6k) 24,500 hrsL80(6k) 36,300 hrsL70(6k) 36,300 hrs655 C55 C1500 mA98.1%0.0009L90(6k) 28,800 hrsL80(6k) 36,300 hrsL70(6k) 36,300 hrs785 C85 C1500 mA96.5%0.0012L90(6k) 24,500 hrsL80(6k) 36,300 hrsL70(6k) 36,300 hrsReported TM-21Lifetimes Copyright 20102010-2015Cree,All reserved.rights reserved.The informationin this documentis tosubjectto withoutchange notice.withoutCree,notice.the Creelogo andaretrademarksregisteredCopyright Cree, Inc.AllInc.rightsThe informationin this documentis subjectchangetheCreeCree, logoand XLampareXLampregistered trademarksof Cree, Inc.of Cree, Inc. ENERGY STAR is a registered trademark of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. This document is provided for informational purposes only and isnot a warranty or a specification. For product specifications, please see the data sheets available at www.cree.com. For warranty information, please contact Cree Sales at sales@cree.com.35This report must not be used to claim product certification, approval, or endorsement by NVLAP, NIST or any other agency of the federal government.

CLD-DS51 Rev 11CProduct family data sheetCree XLamp XP-G2 LEDsProduct DescriptionFEATURESTable of ContentsThe XLamp XP-G2 LED builds on the Available in white, outdoor white andCharacteristics.280-, 85- and 90-CRI whiteFlux inal XP-G by increasing lumen output ANSI-compatible chromaticity binsRelative Spectral Power Distribution.5up to 20% while providing a single die Binned at 85 CRelative Flux vs. Junction Temperature. 5LED point source for precise optical Maximum drive current: 1500 mAElectrical Characteristics.6control. The XP-G2 LED shares the same Low thermal resistance: 4 C/WRelative Flux vs. Current.6footprint as the original XP-G, providing Wide viewing angle: 115 Relative Chromaticity vs Current anda seamless upgrade path and shortening Unlimited floor life atTemperature.7 30 ºC/85% RHTypical Spatial Distribution.8Reflow solderable - JEDECThermal Design.8the design cycle. XLamp XP-G2 LEDs are the ideal choiceJ‑STD‑020CReflow Soldering Characteristics.9for lighting applications where high Electrically neutral thermal pathNotes.10light output and maximum efficacy are RoHS- and REACh‑compliantMechanical Dimensions.12required, such as LED light bulbs, outdoor UL recognized componentTape and Reel.13(E349212)Packaging.14lighting, portable lighting, indoor lighting www.cree.com/Xlampand solar-powered lighting.Copyright 2012-2015 Cree, Inc. All rights reserved. The information in this document is subject to change without notice. Cree , the Cree logo andXLamp are registered trademarks of Cree, Inc. UL and the UR logo are registered trademarks of UL LLC.Cree, Inc.4600 Silicon DriveDurham, NC 27703USA Tel: 1.919.313.53001

XLamp XP-G2 LEDCharacteristicsCharacteristicsUnitThermal resistance, junction to solder point C/W4degrees115mV/ C-1.8Viewing angle (FWHM)Temperature coefficient of voltageESD withstand voltage (HBM per se voltageV5Forward voltage (@ 350 mA, 85 C)V2.8Forward voltage (@ 700 mA, 85 C)V2.9Forward voltage (@ 1000 mA, 85 C)V3.0Forward voltage (@ 1500 mA, 85 C)V3.1LED junction temperature CDC forward current3.15150Copyright 2012-2015 Cree, Inc. All rights reserved. The information in this document is subject to change without notice. Cree , the Cree logo and XLamp are registered trademarks of Cree, Inc. UL andthe UR logo are registered trademarks of UL LLC.2

XLamp XP-G2 LEDFlux Characteristics (TJ 85 C)The following table provides several base order codes for XLamp XP-G2 LEDs. It is important to note that the base order codes listedhere are a subset of the total available order codes for the product family. For more order codes, as well as a complete description of theorder-code nomenclature, please consult the XLamp XP Family LEDs Binning and Labeling document.CCT RangeColorMin.Cool WhiteOutdoor WhiteNeutral White80-CRI White5000 K3200 K3700 K2600 KMax.8300 K5300 K5300 K4300 KMinimum Luminous Flux@ 350 mACalculated MinimumLuminous Flux (lm)**@ 85 COrder CodeGroupFlux (lm)@ 85 CFlux (lm)@ 25 C*700 mA1.0 A1.5 51Notes: Cree maintains a tolerance of 7% on flux and power measurements, 0.005 on chromaticity (CCx, CCy) measurements and 2 onCRI measurements. See the Measurements section (page 10). Minimum CRI for 80-CRI White is 80. Typical CRI for Cool White (5000 K - 8300 K CCT) is 70. Minimum CRI for 85-CRI White is 85. Typical CRI for Neutral White (3700 K - 5300 K CCT) is 75. Minimum CRI for 90-CRI White is 90. Typical CRI for Outdoor White (4000 K - 5300 K CCT) is 70. Typical CRI for Warm White (2600 K - 3700 K CCT) is 80.*Flux values @ 25 C are calculated and for reference only.** Calculated flux values at 700 mA, 1 A and 1.5 A are for reference only.Copyright 2012-2015 Cree, Inc. All rights reserved. The information in this document is subject to change without notice. Cree , the Cree logo and XLamp are registered trademarks of Cree, Inc. UL andthe UR logo are registered trademarks of UL LLC.3

XLamp XP-G2 LEDFlux Characteristics (TJ 85 C) - ContinuedCCT RangeColorMin.Warm White85-CRI White90-CRI White2600 K2600 K2600 KMax.3700 K3200 K3200 KMinimum Luminous Flux@ 350 mACalculated MinimumLuminous Flux (lm)**@ 85 COrder CodeGroupFlux (lm)@ 85 CFlux (lm)@ 25 C*700 mA1.0 A1.5 1195260353XPGBWT-U1-0000-00DE7Notes: Cree maintains a tolerance of 7% on flux and power measurements, 0.005 on chromaticity (CCx, CCy) measurements and 2 onCRI measurements. See the Measurements section (page 10). Minimum CRI for 80-CRI White is 80. Typical CRI for Cool White (5000 K - 8300 K CCT) is 70. Minimum CRI for 85-CRI White is 85. Typical CRI for Neutral White (3700 K - 5300 K CCT) is 75. Minimum CRI for 90-CRI White is 90. Typical CRI for Outdoor White (4000 K - 5300 K CCT) is 70. Typical CRI for Warm White (2600 K - 3700 K CCT) is 80.*Flux values @ 25 C are calculated and for reference only.** Calculated flux values at 700 mA, 1 A and 1.5 A are for reference only.Copyright 2012-2015 Cree, Inc. All rights reserved. The information in this document is subject to change without notice. Cree , the Cree logo and XLamp are registered trademarks of Cree, Inc. UL andthe UR logo are registered trademarks of UL LLC.4

XLamp XP-G2 LEDRelative Spectral PowerRelative Spectral Power DistributionRelative Radiant Power (%)100%80%60%5000 K - 8300 K CCT3700 K - 5000 K CCT40%2600 K - 3700 K CCT20%0%380430480530580630680730780Wavelength (nm)Relative Flux Output vs. Junction TemperatureRelative Flux vs. Junction Temperature (IF 350 mA)120%Relative Luminous Flux100%80%60%40%20%0%255075100125150Junction Temperature (ºC)Copyright 2012-2015 Cree, Inc. All rights reserved. The information in this document is subject to change without notice. Cree , the Cree logo and XLamp are registered trademarks of Cree, Inc. UL andthe UR logo are registered trademarks of UL LLC.5

XLamp XP-G2 LEDElectrical Characteristics (Tj 25ºC)Electrical Characteristics (TJ 85 C)1500Forward Current (mA)1250100075050025002.502.753.003.25Forward Voltage (V)Relative Intensity vs. Current (Tj 25ºC)Relative Flux vs. Current (TJ 85 C)350%Relative Luminous Flux Forward Current (mA)Copyright 2012-2015 Cree, Inc. All rights reserved. The information in this document is subject to change without notice. Cree , the Cree logo and XLamp are registered trademarks of Cree, Inc. UL andthe UR logo are registered trademarks of UL LLC.6

XLamp XP-G2 LEDDelta CCT vs. CurrentRelative Chromaticity vs Current and Temperature (Warm .010Delta-0.015 CCT vs Temp-0.020100300500700900110013001500Current 0-0.015-0.020255075100125150Tsp ( C)* Warm White XLamp XP-G2 LEDs have a typical CRI of 80.Copyright 2012-2015 Cree, Inc. All rights reserved. The information in this document is subject to change without notice. Cree , the Cree logo and XLamp are registered trademarks of Cree, Inc. UL andthe UR logo are registered trademarks of UL LLC.7

XLamp XP-G2 LEDTypical Spatial Radiation PatternTypical Spatial DistributionRelative Luminous Intensity ngle (º)Thermal DesignThermal DesignCoolWhite forward current is determined by the thermal resistance between the LED junction and ambient. It is crucial for the endThe maximumproduct to be designed in a manner that minimizes the thermal resistance from the solder point to ambient in order to optimize lamp lifeand optical characteristics.1600Maximum Current (mA)140012001000800600Rj-a 10 C/W400Rj-a 15 C/WRj-a 20 C/W200Rj-a 25 C/W0020406080100120140160Ambient Temperature (ºC)Copyright 2012-2015 Cree, Inc. All rights reserved. The information in this document is subject to change without notice. Cree , the Cree logo and XLamp are registered trademarks of Cree, Inc. UL andthe UR logo are registered trademarks of UL LLC.8

XLamp XP-G2 LEDReflow Soldering CharacteristicsIn testing, Cree has found XLamp XP-G2 LEDs to be compatible with JEDEC J-STD-020C, using the parameters listed below. As a generalguideline, Cree recommends that users follow the recommended soldering profile provided by the manufacturer of the solder paste used.Note that this general guideline may not apply to all PCB designs and configurations of reflow soldering equipment.tPTPCritical ZoneTL to at25t 25 C to PeakTimeProfile FeatureAverage Ramp-Up Rate (Tsmax to Tp)Lead-Free Solder1.2 C/secondPreheat: Temperature Min (Tsmin)120 CPreheat: Temperature Max (Tsmax)170 CPreheat: Time (tsmin to tsmax)Time Maintained Above: Temperature (TL)Time Maintained Above: Time (tL)Peak/Classification Temperature (Tp)65-150 seconds217 C45-90 seconds235 - 245 CTime Within 5 C of Actual Peak Temperature (tp)20-40 secondsRamp-Down Rate1 - 6 C/secondTime 25 C to Peak Temperature4 minutes max.Note: All temperatures refer to topside of the package, measured on the package body surface.Copyright 2012-2015 Cree, Inc. All rights reserved. The information in this document is subject to change without notice. Cree , the Cree logo and XLamp are registered trademarks of Cree, Inc. UL andthe UR logo are registered trademarks of UL LLC.9

XLamp XP-G2 LEDNotesMeasurementsThe luminous flux, radiant power, chromaticity and CRI measurements in this document are binning specifications only and solelyrepresent product measurements as of the date of shipment. These measurements will change over time based on a number of factorsthat are not within Cree’s control and are not intended or provided as operational specifications for the products. Calculated values areprovided for informational purposes only and are not intended as specifications.Pre‑Release Qualification TestingPlease read the LED Reliability Overview for details of the qualification process Cree applies to ensure long-term reliability for XLampLEDs and details of Cree’s pre-release qualification testing for XLamp LEDs.Lumen MaintenanceCree now uses standardized IES LM-80-08 and TM-21-11 methods for collecting long-term data and extrapolating LED lumen maintenance.For information on the specific LM-80 data sets available for this LED, refer to the public LM-80 results document.Please read the Long-Term Lumen Maintenance application note for more details on Cree’s lumen maintenance testing and forecasting.Please read the Thermal Management application note for details on how thermal design, ambient temperature, and drive current affectthe LED junction temperature.Moisture SensitivityCree recommends keeping XLamp LEDs in the provided, resealable moisture-barrier packaging (MBP) until immediately prior to soldering.Unopened MBPs that contain XLamp LEDs do not need special storage for moisture sensitivity.Once the MBP is opened, XLamp XP-G2 LEDs may be stored as MSL 1 per JEDEC J-STD-033, meaning they have unlimited floor life inconditions of 30 ºC/85% relative humidity (RH). Regardless of the storage condition, Cree recommends sealing any unsoldered LEDsin the original MBP.RoHS ComplianceThe levels of RoHS restricted materials in this product are below the maximum concentration values (also referred to as the thresholdlimits) permitted for such substances, or are used in an exempted application, in accordance with EU Directive 2011/65/EC (RoHS2), asimplemented January 2, 2013. RoHS Declarations for this product can be obtained from your Cree representative or from the ProductDocumentation sections of www.cree.com.REACh ComplianceREACh substances of very high concern (SVHCs) information is available for this product. Since the European Chemical Agency (ECHA)has published notice of their intent to frequently revise the SVHC listing for the foreseeable future, please contact a Cree representativeto insure you get the most up-to-date REACh Declaration. REACh banned substance information (REACh Article 67) is also available uponrequest.Copyright 2012-2015 Cree, Inc. All rights reserved. The information in this document is subject to change without notice. Cree , the Cree logo and XLamp are registered trademarks of Cree, Inc. UL andthe UR logo are registered trademarks of UL LLC.10

XLamp XP-G2 LEDNotes - ContinuedUL Recognized ComponentLevel 4 enclosure consideration. The LED package or a portion thereof has been investigated as a fire and electrical enclosure per ANSI/UL 8750.Vision AdvisoryWARNING: Do not look at an exposed lamp in operation. Eye injury can result. For more information about LEDs and eye safety, pleaserefer to the LED Eye Safety application note.Copyright 2012-2015 Cree, Inc. All rights reserved. The information in this document is subject to change without notice. Cree , the Cree logo and XLamp are registered trademarks of Cree, Inc. UL andthe UR logo are registered trademarks of UL LLC.11

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XLamp XP-G2 LEDPackagingUnpackaged ReelVacuum-SealedVacuum-SealedMoistureBarrier BagMoisture Barrier BagLabel BinwithCree BinCREECode&BarcodeLabelCode,Qty,Lot #Label with Cree Bin Code,Quantity, Reel IDLabelwithCree BinLabel withCustomerP/N, Qty,Lot #,PO##Code,Qty,LotPackaged ReelPatent LabelLabel with Customer OrderLabelwith Cree Order Code,Code, Qty, Reel ID, PO #Quantity, Reel ID, PO #Label with Cree Bin Code,Quantity, Reel IDBoxed ReelLabel with Cree Order Code,Quantity, Reel ID, PO #Label with Cree Bin Code,Quantity, Reel IDPatent Label(on bottom of box)Copyright 2012-2015 Cree, Inc. All rights reserved. The information in this document is subject to change without notice. Cree , the Cree logo and XLamp are registered trademarks of Cree, Inc. UL andthe UR logo are registered trademarks of UL LLC.14

9290 007 05113Brand NameDescriptionInput VoltageInput FrequencyRoHSStatusElectrical Current(A)Efficiency@ Max Load120V150125 280230VMaxCaseTemp.( C)277V0.350 /140230Vin108/140277Vin126/14027780 C91.5XITANIUMXitanium 150W .35-.7A GL Prog sXt120 200 240 27750/60HzYesActive0.6Wire DiagramPowerFactor@ MaxLoadSurgeProtectionCommon/Diff (KV)Weight(Lbs/kgs)Envir.ProtectionRating20 0.954/42.8/ 1.27UL Dry &DampDimmingMethodDimmingRangeMinimumOutputCurrent (A)1-10VIsolated10% 100%0.050DALIAmpDimmingInput and output use lead- wires.Lead-wires are 18AWG 105C/600V solid copper.THD@ MaxLoad(%)Other CommentsDimming source current:150 µA10% 100%0.050Linear or Logarithmic

This document provides the results of Cree’s IES LM-80-2008 (“LM-80”) testing on its LED components. Cree is providing this data so that the public can verify the reliability of Cree LEDs as part of a complete LED lighting system. Note that this document only provides the end results of the LM-80 tests. This is not a