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Reduce the production cost of automotive indicator light OSRAM pushes standardized LED lamps

  • Author:Innotech
  • Source:Innolite
  • Release on:2018-06-21

Gasgoo Motor News According to foreign media reports, German light source manufacturer Osram (Osram) has recently introduced an XLS (convertible LED signal) standardized LED light source for automotive indicator lights.

OSRAM combines a standardized light source with LED technology and expects to radically change the automotive light industry to achieve a unified platform with four different light sources to cover all important indicator applications in vehicles. The company expects that the replacement indicator light will be simpler, the complexity will be reduced, the car manufacturer can also reduce the total cost, and due to the adoption of standardization, the development process will also be accelerated.

The UN/ECE (R128) standard lamp has four types, yellow (LY5), white (LW5, L1) and red (LR5), and different colors are suitable for different car signals. The yellow LY5 lamp with 280 lumens and a lifespan of up to 4,000 hours is suitable for automotive steering indicators. The 350W LWL5 lamp with a lifetime of up to 5,000 hours is suitable for use with both reversing and DLR lamps. Two other members of the currently planned XLS product family are the red LR5 for brakes, taillights and fog lamps, with a lifetime of up to 4,000 hours and 120 lumens; and 350 lumens with a lifetime of up to 5,000 hours for high-precision fog Lamp's white L1 lamp.

To prevent electrostatic discharge, polarity inversion, and over-pressurization, Osram XLS products comply with all standard requirements of modern automotive electronics. OSRAM also uses chip-board technology on its XLS light source to enable LED chips to approach each other through common optics. It is reported that LED-based lights are expected to be officially launched in the fall of 2018.