LED array holder

Molex's LED array holder provide compression contacts, eliminating the need for hand soldering or surface-mount technology.

08/03/2012


Molex's LED array holder provide compression contacts, eliminating the need for hand soldering or surface-mount technology. Courtesy: MolexMolex’s LED array holder supports Citizen Electronics’ chip-on-board (COB) series of arrays. Molex offers LED array holders for the Citizen CLL-330 and CLL340 LED array products. These provide compression contacts to power the arrays while eliminating the need for hand soldering or expensive surface-mount technology equipment. Ideal for light fixture original equipment manufacturers, the holders reduce installation time and increase connectivity options while lowering costs. The solderless screw-down connection allows for a standardized manufacturing process, adding to the design flexibility of the Citizen COB series of LEDs. Molex LED array holders are ideal for all general illumination applications including downlighting, architectural lighting, and area lighting.  The thermoplastic housing supports high heat-generating environments and the holders comply with UL 496 specifications. 

Molex Inc. 

www.molex.com



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