LM561B - 5630 Middle Power (SB,SC,SD) Datasheet by Samsung Semiconductor, Inc.

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Product Family Data Sheet
SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS
95, Samsung2-Ro, Giheung-Gu,
Yongin-City, Gyeonggi-Do 446-711, KOREA
002
LM561B -5630 Middle Power LED
Introduction
Features
Beam Angle: 120˚
Precondition :JEDEC Level 2a
Dimension : 5.6 x 3.0 x 0.8 mm
ESD withstand Voltage :up to ± 5KV [HBM]
Applications
INDOOR LIGHTING :Ambient Light, LED tube, Down light, LED bulb and Ceiling Light
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Contents
1. Product Code Information ----------------------- 3
2. Characteristics ----------------------- 11
3. Typical CharacteristicsGraph ----------------------- 13
4. Outline Drawing &Dimension ----------------------- 21
5. Reliability Test Items &Conditions ----------------------- 22
6. Solder Conditions ----------------------- 23
7. Tape &Reel ----------------------- 24
8. Label Structure ----------------------- 26
9. Packing Structure ----------------------- 27
10. Precaution For Use ----------------------- 29
11. Hazard Substance Analysis Report ----------------------- 31
Revision History ----------------------- 53
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1. Product Code Information
1) Luminous Flux Bins (Ts= 25)
Nominal
CCT Product Code Flux Rank
Sorting Condition lm @65mA
Flux Range (Φv,lm)
2700K
SPMWHT541MD5WAWSB S2 26.0 ~ 28.0
S3 28.0 ~ 30.0
SPMWHT541MD5WAWSC S3 28.0 ~ 30.0
S4 30.0 ~ 32.0
SPMWHT541MD5WAWSD S4 30.0 ~ 32.0
S5 32.0 ~ 34.0
3000K
SPMWHT541MD5WAVSB S2 26.5 ~ 28.5
S3 28.5 ~ 30.5
SPMWHT541MD5WAVSC S3 28.5 ~ 30.5
S4 30.5 ~ 32.5
SPMWHT541MD5WAVSD S4 30.5 ~ 32.5
S5 32.5 ~ 34.5
3500K
SPMWHT541MD5WAUSB S2 27.0 ~ 29.0
S3 29.0 ~ 31.0
SPMWHT541MD5WAUSC S3 29.0 ~ 31.0
S4 31.0 ~ 33.0
SPMWHT541MD5WAUSD S4 31.0 ~ 33.0
S5 33.0 ~ 35.0
4000K
SPMWHT541MD5WATSB S2 28.0 ~ 30.0
S3 30.0 ~ 32.0
SPMWHT541MD5WATSC S3 30.0 ~ 32.0
S4 32.0 ~ 34.0
SPMWHT541MD5WATSD S4 32.0 ~ 34.0
S5 34.0 ~ 36.0
5000K
SPMWHT541MD5WARSB S2 29.0 ~ 31.0
S3 31.0 ~ 33.0
SPMWHT541MD5WARSC S3 31.0 ~ 33.0
S4 33.0 ~ 35.0
SPMWHT541MD5WARSD S4 33.0 ~ 35.0
S5 35.0 ~ 37.0
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1) Luminous Flux Bins (Ts= 25)
Nominal
CCT Product Code Flux Rank
Sorting Condition lm @65mA
Flux Range (Φv,lm)
5700K
SPMWHT541MD5WAQSB S2 28.5 ~ 30.5
S3 30.5 ~ 32.5
SPMWHT541MD5WAQSC S3 30.5 ~ 32.5
S4 32.5 ~ 34.5
SPMWHT541MD5WAQSD S4 32.5 ~ 34.5
S5 34.5 ~ 36.5
6500K
SPMWHT541MD5WAPSB S2 28.0 ~ 30.0
S3 30.0 ~ 32.0
SPMWHT541MD5WAPSC S3 30.0 ~ 32.0
S4 32.0 ~ 34.0
SPMWHT541MD5WAPSD S4 32.0 ~ 34.0
S5 34.0 ~ 36.0
Notes:
1)SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS maintains atolerance of ±5% on Luminous Flux measurements.
2)Warm white : ""can be "0"(Whole Bin), "H"(Half Bin) or "M"(Quarter Bin) of the color binning.
Cool white : ""can be "0"(Whole Bin) or "M"(Quarter Bin) of the color binning.
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2) Color Bins (Ts= 25)
1) Color Binning
Nominal
CCT Product Code Color Rank Chromaticity Bins
2700K
SPMWHT541MD5WAW0SB
SPMWHT541MD5WAW0SC
SPMWHT541MD5WAW0SD
W0
(Whole bin)
W1, W2, W3, W4, W5, W6, W7, W8,
W9, WA, WB, WC, WD, WE, WF, WG
SPMWHT541MD5WAWHSB
SPMWHT541MD5WAWHSC
SPMWHT541MD5WAWHSD
WH
(Half bin) W5, W6, W7, W8, W9, WA, WB, WC
SPMWHT541MD5WAWMSB
SPMWHT541MD5WAWMSC
SPMWHT541MD5WAWMSD
WM
(Quarter bin) W6, W7, WA, WB
3000K
SPMWHT541MD5WAV0SB
SPMWHT541MD5WAV0SC
SPMWHT541MD5WAV0SD
V0
(Whole bin)
V1, V2, V3, V4, V5, V6, V7, V8,
V9, VA, VB, VC, VD, VE, VF, VG
SPMWHT541MD5WAVHSB
SPMWHT541MD5WAVHSC
SPMWHT541MD5WAVHSD
VH
(Half bin) V5, V6, V7, V8, V9, VA, VB, VC
SPMWHT541MD5WAVMSB
SPMWHT541MD5WAVMSC
SPMWHT541MD5WAVMSD
VM
(Quarter bin) V6, V7, VA, VB
3500K
SPMWHT541MD5WAU0SB
SPMWHT541MD5WAU0SC
SPMWHT541MD5WAU0SD
U0
(Whole bin)
U1, U2, U3, U4, U5, U6, U7, U8,
U9, UA, UB, UC, UD, UE, UF, UG
SPMWHT541MD5WAUHSB
SPMWHT541MD5WAUHSC
SPMWHT541MD5WAUHSD
UH
(Half bin) U5, U6, U7, U8, U9, UA, UB, UC
SPMWHT541MD5WAUMSB
SPMWHT541MD5WAUMSC
SPMWHT541MD5WAUMSD
UM
(Quarter bin) U6, U7, UA, UB
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1) Color Binning (Continued)
Nominal
CCT Product Code Color Rank Chromaticity Bins
4000K
SPMWHT541MD5WAT0SB
SPMWHT541MD5WAT0SC
SPMWHT541MD5WAT0SD
T0
(Whole bin)
T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8,
T9, TA, TB, TC, TD, TE, TF, TG
SPMWHT541MD5WATHSB
SPMWHT541MD5WATHSC
SPMWHT541MD5WATHSD
TH
(Half bin) T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, TA, TB, TC
SPMWHT541MD5WATMSB
SPMWHT541MD5WATMSC
SPMWHT541MD5WATMSD
TM
(Quarter bin) T6, T7, TA, TB
5000K
SPMWHT541MD5WAR0SB
SPMWHT541MD5WAR0SC
SPMWHT541MD5WAR0SD
R0
(Whole bin)
R1, R2, R3, R4, R5
R6, R7, R8, R9 ,RA
SPMWHT541MD5WARMSB
SPMWHT541MD5WARMSC
SPMWHT541MD5WARMSD
RM
(Quarter bin) R1, R2, R3, R4, R5, R6
5700K
SPMWHT541MD5WAQ0SB
SPMWHT541MD5WAQ0SC
SPMWHT541MD5WAQ0SD
Q0
(Whole bin)
Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4, Q5
Q6, Q7, Q8, Q9, QA
SPMWHT541MD5WAQMSB
SPMWHT541MD5WAQMSC
SPMWHT541MD5WAQMSD
QM
(Quarter bin) Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4, Q5, Q6
6500K
SPMWHT541MD5WAP0SB
SPMWHT541MD5WAP0SC
SPMWHT541MD5WAP0SD
P0
(Whole bin)
P1, P2, P3, P4, P5
P6, P7, P8, P9, PA
SPMWHT541MD5WAPMSB
SPMWHT541MD5WAPMSC
SPMWHT541MD5WAPMSD
PM
(Quarter bin) P1, P2, P3, P4, P5, P6
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2) Chromaticity Region &Coordinates
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2) Chromaticity Region &Coordinates (Continued)
Region CIE XCIE YRegion CIE XCIE Y
Vrank (3000K)
V1
0.4147 0.3814
V9
0.4221 0.3984
0.4183 0.3898 0.4259 0.4073
0.4242 0.3919 0.4322 0.4096
0.4203 0.3833 0.4281 0.4006
V2
0.4203 0.3833
VA
0.4281 0.4006
0.4242 0.3919 0.4322 0.4096
0.4300 0.3939 0.4385 0.4119
0.4259 0.3853 0.4342 0.4028
V3
0.4259 0.3853
VB
0.4342 0.4028
0.4300 0.3939 0.4385 0.4119
0.4359 0.3960 0.4449 0.4141
0.4316 0.3873 0.4403 0.4049
V4
0.4316 0.3873
VC
0.4403 0.4049
0.4359 0.3960 0.4449 0.4141
0.4418 0.3981 0.4513 0.4164
0.4373 0.3893 0.4465 0.4071
V5
0.4183 0.3898
VD
0.4259 0.4073
0.4221 0.3984 0.4299 0.4165
0.4281 0.4006 0.4364 0.4188
0.4242 0.3919 0.4322 0.4096
V6
0.4242 0.3919
VE
0.4322 0.4096
0.4281 0.4006 0.4364 0.4188
0.4342 0.4028 0.4430 0.4212
0.4300 0.3939 0.4385 0.4119
V7
0.4300 0.3939
VF
0.4385 0.4119
0.4342 0.4028 0.4430 0.4212
0.4403 0.4049 0.4496 0.4236
0.4359 0.3960 0.4449 0.4141
V8
0.4359 0.3960
VG
0.4449 0.4141
0.4403 0.4049 0.4496 0.4236
0.4465 0.4071 0.4562 0.4260
0.4418 0.3981 0.4513 0.4164
Region CIE XCIE YRegion CIE XCIE Y
Wrank (2700K)
W1
0.4373 0.3893
W9
0.4465 0.4071
0.4418 0.3981 0.4513 0.4164
0.4475 0.3994 0.4573 0.4178
0.4428 0.3906 0.4523 0.4085
W2
0.4428 0.3906
WA
0.4523 0.4085
0.4475 0.3994 0.4573 0.4178
0.4532 0.4008 0.4634 0.4193
0.4483 0.3919 0.4582 0.4099
W3
0.4483 0.3919
WB
0.4582 0.4099
0.4532 0.4008 0.4634 0.4193
0.4589 0.4021 0.4695 0.4207
0.4538 0.3931 0.4641 0.4112
W4
0.4538 0.3931
WC
0.4641 0.4112
0.4589 0.4021 0.4695 0.4207
0.4646 0.4034 0.4756 0.4221
0.4593 0.3944 0.4700 0.4126
W5
0.4418 0.3981
WD
0.4513 0.4164
0.4465 0.4071 0.4562 0.4260
0.4523 0.4085 0.4624 0.4274
0.4475 0.3994 0.4573 0.4178
W6
0.4475 0.3994
WE
0.4573 0.4178
0.4523 0.4085 0.4624 0.4274
0.4582 0.4099 0.4687 0.4289
0.4532 0.4008 0.4634 0.4193
W7
0.4532 0.4008
WF
0.4634 0.4193
0.4582 0.4099 0.4687 0.4289
0.4641 0.4112 0.4750 0.4304
0.4589 0.4021 0.4695 0.4207
W8
0.4589 0.4021
WG
0.4695 0.4207
0.4641 0.4112 0.4750 0.4304
0.4700 0.4126 0.4813 0.4319
0.4646 0.4034 0.4756 0.4221
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2) Chromaticity Region &Coordinates (Continued)
Region CIE XCIE YRegion CIE XCIE Y
Trank (4000K)
T1
0.367 0.3578
T9
0.3702 0.3722
0.3726 0.3612 0.3763 0.376
0.3744 0.3685 0.3782 0.3837
0.3686 0.3649 0.3719 0.3797
T2
0.3726 0.3612
TA
0.3763 0.3760
0.3783 0.3646 0.3825 0.3798
0.3804 0.3721 0.3847 0.3877
0.3744 0.3685 0.3782 0.3837
T3
0.3783 0.3646
TB
0.3825 0.3798
0.3840 0.3681 0.3887 0.3836
0.3863 0.3758 0.3912 0.3917
0.3804 0.3721 0.3847 0.3877
T4
0.384 0.3681
TC
0.3887 0.3837
0.3898 0.3716 0.395 0.3875
0.3924 0.3794 0.3978 0.3958
0.3863 0.3758 0.3912 0.3917
T5
0.3686 0.3649
TD
0.3719 0.3797
0.3744 0.3685 0.3782 0.3837
0.3763 0.376 0.3802 0.3916
0.3702 0.3722 0.3736 0.3874
T6
0.3744 0.3685
TE
0.3782 0.3837
0.3804 0.3721 0.3847 0.3877
0.3825 0.3798 0.3869 0.3958
0.3763 0.376 0.3802 0.3916
T7
0.3804 0.3721
TF
0.3847 0.3877
0.3863 0.3758 0.3912 0.3917
0.3887 0.3836 0.3937 0.4001
0.3825 0.3798 0.3869 0.3958
T8
0.3863 0.3758
TG
0.3912 0.3917
0.3924 0.3794 0.3978 0.3958
0.395 0.3875 0.4006 0.4044
0.3887 0.3836 0.3937 0.4001
Region CIE XCIE YRegion CIE XCIE Y
Urank (3500K)
U1
0.3889 0.3690
U9
0.3941 0.3848
0.3915 0.3768 0.3968 0.3930
0.3981 0.3800 0.4040 0.3966
0.3953 0.3720 0.4010 0.3882
U2
0.3953 0.3720
UA
0.4010 0.3882
0.3981 0.3800 0.4040 0.3966
0.4048 0.3832 0.4113 0.4001
0.4017 0.3751 0.4080 0.3916
U3
0.4017 0.3751
UB
0.4080 0.3916
0.4048 0.3832 0.4113 0.4001
0.4116 0.3865 0.4186 0.4037
0.4082 0.3782 0.4150 0.3950
U4
0.4082 0.3782
UC
0.4150 0.3950
0.4116 0.3865 0.4186 0.4037
0.4183 0.3898 0.4259 0.4073
0.4147 0.3814 0.4221 0.3984
U5
0.3915 0.3768
UD
0.3968 0.3930
0.3941 0.3848 0.3996 0.4015
0.4010 0.3882 0.4071 0.4052
0.3981 0.3800 0.4040 0.3966
U6
0.3981 0.3800
UE
0.4040 0.3966
0.4010 0.3882 0.4071 0.4052
0.4080 0.3916 0.4146 0.4089
0.4048 0.3832 0.4113 0.4001
U7
0.4048 0.3832
UF
0.4113 0.4001
0.4080 0.3916 0.4146 0.4089
0.4150 0.3950 0.4222 0.4127
0.4116 0.3865 0.4186 0.4037
U8
0.4116 0.3865
UG
0.4186 0.4037
0.4150 0.3950 0.4222 0.4127
0.4221 0.3984 0.4299 0.4165
0.4183 0.3898 0.4259 0.4073
0 3068 0 3113 0.312 3324 0 3145 0 3187 0.321 3408 0 3135 0 3256 0.3205 3481 0 3055 0 3177 0.3117 3393 0 3145 0 3187 0.3081 3049 0 3221 0 3261 0.3154 3119 0 3216 0 3334 0.3145 3187 0 3135 0 3256 0.3068 3113 0 3055 0 3177 0.3154 3119 0 3135 0 3256 0.322 3188 0 3126 0 3324 0.3221 3261 0 3041 0 3240 0.3145 3187 0 3135 0 3256 0.3028 3304 0 3216 0 3334 0.3117 3393 0 321 0 3408 0.3107 3461 0 3126 0 3324 0.3015 3368 0 3041 0 3240 0.3117 3393 0 3126 0 3324 0.3205 3481 0 3117 0 3393 0.320 3554 0 3028 0 3304 0.3107 3461 0.3222 0 324 0.3292 3461 0.3294 0 3306 0.3373 3534 0.3293 0 3384 0.3376 3616 0.3217 0 3316 0.3292 353 0.3294 0 3306 0.3227 317 0.3366 0 336 0.3295 3228 0.3369 0 3451 0.3294 3306 0.3293 0 3384 0.3222 324 0.3217 0 3316 0.3295 3228 0.3293 0 3384 0.3363 3287 0.3292 0 3461 0.3366 336 0.3212 0 338 0.3294 3306 0.3293 0 3384 0.3207 3462 0.3369 0 3451 0.3292 353 0.3373 0 3534 0.3291 3617 0.3292 0 3461 0.3202 3535 0.3212 0 338 0.3292 353 0.3292 0 3461 0.3376 3616 0.3292 0 353 0.3379 3698 0.3207 0 3462 0.3291 3617
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2) Chromaticity Region &Coordinates (Continued)
Notes: SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS maintains ±0.005 tolerance of Cx,Cy
Region CIE XCIE YRegion CIE XCIE Y
Prank (6500K)
P1
0.3068 0.3113
P6
0.3126 0.3324
0.3145 0.3187 0.3210 0.3408
0.3135 0.3256 0.3205 0.3481
0.3055 0.3177 0.3117 0.3393
P2
0.3145 0.3187
P7
0.3081 0.3049
0.3221 0.3261 0.3154 0.3119
0.3216 0.3334 0.3145 0.3187
0.3135 0.3256 0.3068 0.3113
P3
0.3055 0.3177
P8
0.3154 0.3119
0.3135 0.3256 0.3226 0.3188
0.3126 0.3324 0.3221 0.3261
0.3041 0.3240 0.3145 0.3187
P4
0.3135 0.3256
P9
0.3028 0.3304
0.3216 0.3334 0.3117 0.3393
0.3210 0.3408 0.3107 0.3461
0.3126 0.3324 0.3015 0.3368
P5
0.3041 0.3240
PA
0.3117 0.3393
0.3126 0.3324 0.3205 0.3481
0.3117 0.3393 0.3200 0.3554
0.3028 0.3304 0.3107 0.3461
Region CIE XCIE YRegion CIE XCIE Y
Rrank (5000K)
R1
0.3366 0.3369
R6
0.3456 0.3601
0.3441 0.3428 0.3539 0.3669
0.3449 0.3515 0.3551 0.3760
0.3369 0.3451 0.3464 0.3688
R2
0.3441 0.3428
R7
0.3363 0.3287
0.3515 0.3487 0.3433 0.3341
0.3527 0.3578 0.3441 0.3428
0.3449 0.3515 0.3366 0.3369
R3
0.3369 0.3451
R8
0.3433 0.3341
0.3449 0.3515 0.3503 0.3396
0.3456 0.3601 0.3515 0.3487
0.3373 0.3534 0.3441 0.3428
R4
0.3449 0.3515
R9
0.3376 0.3616
0.3527 0.3578 0.3464 0.3688
0.3539 0.3669 0.3471 0.3775
0.3456 0.3601 0.3379 0.3698
R5
0.3373 0.3534
RA
0.3464 0.3688
0.3456 0.3601 0.3551 0.3760
0.3464 0.3688 0.3564 0.3851
0.3376 0.3616 0.3471 0.3775
Qrank (5700K)
Q1
0.3222 0.3243
Q6
0.3292 0.3461
0.3294 0.3306 0.3373 0.3534
0.3293 0.3384 0.3376 0.3616
0.3217 0.3316 0.3292 0.3539
Q2
0.3294 0.3306
Q7
0.3227 0.3170
0.3366 0.3369 0.3295 0.3228
0.3369 0.3451 0.3294 0.3306
0.3293 0.3384 0.3222 0.3243
Q3
0.3217 0.3316
Q8
0.3295 0.3228
0.3293 0.3384 0.3363 0.3287
0.3292 0.3461 0.3366 0.3369
0.3212 0.3389 0.3294 0.3306
Q4
0.3293 0.3384
Q9
0.3207 0.3462
0.3369 0.3451 0.3292 0.3539
0.3373 0.3534 0.3291 0.3617
0.3292 0.3461 0.3202 0.3535
Q5
0.3212 0.3389
QA
0.3292 0.3539
0.3292 0.3461 0.3376 0.3616
0.3292 0.3539 0.3379 0.3698
0.3207 0.3462 0.3291 0.3617
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2. Characteristics
1) Absolute Maximum Rating
Symbol
Rating
Condition
Operating temperature range Top -40~ +85-
Storage temperature range Tstg -40~ +120-
LED junction temperature TJ110-
Forward Current IF150 mA
Peak Pulsed Forward Current IFP 300 mA Duty 1/10 pulse width 10ms
Assembly Process Temperature -260, < 10sec -
ESD -5kV HBM
2) Electro-optical Characteristics
Item Unit
Nominal
CCT
Product
Code Rank Min Typ Max
Forward Voltage1) (VF)
(@65 mA, Ts = 25)V - - WA
AZ
2
.
7
0
-
2
.
8
0
A1
2
.
8
0
-
2
.
9
0
A2
2
.
9
0
-
3
.
0
0
A3
3
.
0
0
-
3
.
1
0
A4
3
.
1
0
-
3
.
2
0
Luminous Flux2) v)
(@65 mA, Ts = 25)lm
2700K
*WAWSB
S2
2
6
.
0
-
2
8
.
0
S3
2
8
.
0
-
3
0
.
0
*WAWSC
S3
2
8
.
0
-
3
0
.
0
S4
3
0
.
0
-
3
2
.
0
*WAWSD
S4
3
0
.
0
-
3
2
.
0
S5
3
2
.
0
-
3
4
.
0
3000K
*WAVSB
S2
2
6
.
5
-
2
8
.
5
S3
2
8
.
5
-
3
0
.
5
*WAVSC
S3
2
8
.
5
-
3
0
.
5
S4
3
0
.
5
-
3
2
.
5
*WAVSD
S4
3
0
.
5
-
3
2
.
5
S5
3
2
.
5
-
3
4
.
5
3500K
*WAUSB
S2
2
7
.
0
-
2
9
.
0
S3
2
9
.
0
-
3
1
.
0
*WAUSC
S3
2
9
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2) Electro-optical Characteristics
Item Unit Nominal
CCT
Product
Code Rank Min Typ Max
Reverse Voltage
(@5 mA, Ts = 25)V - - - 0.7 - 1.2
Color Rendering Index3)(Ra) - - - 5 80 - -
Special CRI4) (R9) - - - - 0 - -
Thermal resistance(Rth, j-s) /W - - - - 16 -
Notes:
1)~4) SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS maintains atolerance of VF:±0.1 V, Φv:±5 %, Ra:±3.0, R9 :±6.5 on
measurements
5) " * " is Product Code of "SPMWHT541MD5"
Spectrum Distribu o A m 0 ‘ m _ m 7 v 0 L\ w o ‘ m 0 . m _ 5 ¥ 0 A 5 4 i m 4 O 0 0 0 0 0 m 00 6 4 2 $3.22... 5.35 «2:3 WavelengtMnm) m 7.. a i o W m i m ‘ 7 m m .u m . o m m D 0 m w m 0 sp m 0 a .v.Jm 4 mmmmmo 1 3.3.2.2... 5.5.5 25.3. Waveleng‘hlnm)
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3. Typical Characteristics Graph (Ts= 25)
1) Spectrum Distribution
[CCT : 2700K & 3000K]
[CCT : 3500K & 4000K]
Spectrum Distribution F 7L\ 550 600 650 700 750 600 500 J 0 0 0 0 0 8 6 4 2 400 100 3.3.2.2... 5.32m 2....3. WavelengtMnm) Spectrum Distribution Rum-l. 550 600 650 700 750 600 500 450 J 100 400 0 0 0 0 0 8 6 4 2 3.3.2.2... 5.32m 2....3. WavelengtMnm)
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[CCT : 5000K & 5700K]
[CCT : 6500K]
Relative Luminous Flux vs. Forward Cumnt \ \ \ N ~I U! §E§§ Rnlltlvo Luninou- Flux(l.u) o a S a 8 8 8 a O 20 40 80 100 120 140 1a) 130 200 roman! Cinnamon” Forward Current VS. Forward Voltage o8$88 2.5 25 2‘7 2‘8 2‘9 3‘0 3‘1 3‘2 3‘3 34 3.5 Fovwan! Voltage“)
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2) Forward Current Characteristics
[Relative Luminous Flux vs. Forward Current] (Ts= 25)
[Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage] (Ts= 25)
Relative Luminous Flux vs. Temperature Emu *\ ‘ 5 95 \ .. ‘ S 90 \\ 3 w w ‘\ w 5 85 E so § \ \ It 75 ‘ 7o ‘ ‘ ‘ 20 40 so 100 120 Two) Forward Voltage vs. Temperature 105 100 ‘ ‘ E 95 ‘ j 2» \ \ E 9" \ E 85 ‘ ‘ g 80 ‘ ‘ u. 15 7., ‘ 20 40 80 100 120
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3) Temperature Characteristics
[Relative Luminous Flux vs. Ts] (IF= 65mA)
[Forward Voltage vs. Ts] (IF= 65mA)
ColorAx, Ay vs. Forward Current 0.05 0.04 0.03 0.02 €0.01 3 0.00 .. €001 04102 003 004 —o.05 O 20 w w W 1m 1m 1m 1m 1” mm Forwam CumnfimA) ColorAx,Ay vs. Temperatum(5000K) 0.010 —Ax --- Ay 0.000 W \ > -----___;__ < ‘--="" -__="" _-="" 0.010="" ‘="" ‘="" ~="" *1="">< e="" ‘3="" 41.020="" 0030="" 0.040="" ‘="" ‘="" 25="" 35="" 45="" 55="" 65="" 75="" 05="" ht)="">
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4) Color shift Characteristics
[Color Δx, Δy vs. Forward Current] (Ts= 25)
[Color Δx, Δy vs. Ts] (IF= 65mA)
Color y 0.380 0.370 0.360 0.350 0.340 0.330 0.320 0320 Color x, V vs. Temperature (5000K) ’25 / 55 85 0.330 0,340 0.350 0360 Color x 0 370 0,300 Cnlnr Ax, Ay 0.010 0.000 -0.010 —0, 020 0030 0040 ColarAx,Ay vs. Temperature (3000K) M--. 25 35 45 55 65 Tat) 75 85
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4) Color shift Characteristics
[Color x, yvs. Ts] (IF= 65mA)
[Color Δx, Δy vs. Ts] (IF= 65mA)
Color y Colorx, y vs. Temperature (3000K) 0.440 0.430 0.420 2 0.410 55 85 0.400 0.390 0. 380 0.420 0.430 0.440 0.450 0.460 0.470 0.480 Color x
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4) Color shift Characteristics
[Color x, yvs. Ts] (Ts= 25)
Forward Current Derating Curve 160 €140 120 E100 5 so ‘ ‘ E 60 Rama): «pt/wv —Rti|(j-a)= 65cm 1 g 40 —RthG-a)=100tfw i a 20 —Rth(j—a)= 1501:1w—‘ o ‘ ‘ ‘ ‘ 0102030405060703090 Ambient Tempemturflt) Radiation Diagram 100 80 60 40 Rolatlva Lumlnous Intansny(%) -90 —60 -30 0 3D 60 Angler) 90
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5) Derating Curve
6) Beam Angle Characteristics (IF= 65mA &Ta = 25)
athode { \m am am Sin
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4. Outline Drawing &Dimension
Recommended Land Pattern
Notes:
1) This LED has built-in ESD protection device(s) connected in parallel to LED Chip(s).
2) Ts point &measurement method
Measure the nearest point to the thermal pad. If necessary, remove PSR of PCB to reach Ts
point.
Thermal pad must be soldered to the PCB to dissipate heat properly. Otherwise, LED can be
damaged.
3) The thermal pad is electrically connected to the cathode contact pads
4) Precautions
The pressure on the LEDs will influence to the reliability of the LEDs. Precautions should be
taken to avoid the strong pressure on the LEDs. Do not put stress on the LEDs during heating.
Re-soldering should not be done after the LEDs have been soldered. If re-soldering is
unavoidable, LED`s characteristics should be carefully checked before and after such repair.
Do not stack assembled PCBs together. Since materials of LEDs is soft, abrasion between two
PCB assembled with LED might cause catastrophic failure of the LEDs.
1. Tolerance is ±0.10 mm
2. The maximum compressing force is 15N on the body
3. Do not place pressure on the encapsulation resin
Bottom View
Top View
Front View
Left Side View
Anode Mark Cathode
Anode
Thermal pad
Ts
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5. Reliability Test Items and Conditions
1) Test Items
Test Item Test Conditions Test
Hours/Cycles Sample No
MSL Test 125 24hrs drying 60 , 60 %RH 120hrs
260 10sec 3cycles 1cycle 11
Room Temperature
life test 25 ±3 ,DC150 1,000 hrs 22
High Temperature
life test 85 ±3 ,DC150 1,000 hrs 22
High Temperature
humidity life test 85 ±3 , 85 %±2 %RH, DC150 1,000 hrs 22
Low Temperature
life test -40 ±3 ,DC150 1,000 hrs 22
Powered Temperature
Cycle test
-45/20 min 85/20 min, Sweep
100min cycle on/off: each 5min, DC 150 100 cycle 22
Thermal Shock -45 /15 min 125 /15 min
Hot plate 180 500 cycle 100
High Temperature
Storage Ta=120 ±3 1000 hrs 11
Low Temperature
Storage Ta=-40 ±3 1000 hrs 11
ESD(HBM)
R1:10 ,
R2:1.5 ,
C:100 ,
V = ±5 kV
5times 5
ESD(MM)
R1:10 ,
R2: 0,
C:200 ㎊,
V = ±0.5 kV
5times 5
Vibration Test 20~2000~20 Hz 200 m/s2,Sweep 4min
X, Y, Z 3 direction, each 1cycle 4cycles 11
Mechanical Shock Test 1500G, 0.5 ms, 5cycles 11
2) Criteria for Judging the Damage
Item Symbol Test Condition Limit
Min Max
Forward Voltage VFIF= 65 Init. Value*0.9 Init. Value*1.1
Luminous Flux ΦvIF= 65 Init. Value*0.7 Init. Value*1.2
[Temperaturewfl Peak Temp. 1260:5t. Max, IOsec lime above 220!) : Max, 6059:: 250 200 Prehealino : 15D~IBOII M6)“ 505“ 150 100 Max Temu‘ oradienl in Cooling 1 ‘5‘C /sec 50 | 100 | | | o 200 250 300 0-— J 60-12039c [Timetsecll
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6. Solder Conditions
1) Reflow Conditions (Pb Free )
Reflow Frequency : 2 times max.
2) For Manual Soldering
Not more than 5seconds @Max. 300,under soldering iron.
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7. Tape &Reel
1) Taping Dimension
Anode Mark (Cutting side)
(unit :mm)
More than 40
Unloaded tape
Mounted with
LED package
Leading part more than
(200~400)
More than 100~200
Unloaded tape
End Start
Tapping Diretion
15.4" " 13.0‘M $60“ Tolerance $0.2 . Uninmm
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2) Reel Dimension (max 2,500 pcs)
(1) Quantity :The quantity/Reel to be 2,500 pcs
(2) Cumulative Tolerance :Cumulative tolerance/10 pitches to be ±0.2mm
(3) Adhesion Strength of Cover Tape :Adhesion strength to be 0.1-0.7N when the
cover tape is turned off from the carrier tape at 10angle to be the carrier tape.
(4) Packaging :P/N, Manufacturing data code no. and quantity to be indicated on a
damp proof Package.
a“ ll:
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8. Label Structure
1) Label Structure
N.B) Denoted rank is the only example.
''means All kind of Chromaticity Coordinate Rank.
Rank Code
ⓐⓑ :Forward Voltage(VF)Rank (refer to page. 11)
ⓒⓓ :Chromaticity Coordinate Rank (refer to page. 5~10)
ⓔⓕ :Luminous Flux(Φv,lm) Rank (refer to page. 3)
2) LOT Number
The Lot number is composed of the following characters
①②③④⑤⑥⑦⑧⑨ / 1ⓐⓑ/ 2,500 or 10,000 PCS
:Production Site (S:SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS,G:TIAJIN CHINA)
: L (LED)
:Product State (A:Normality, B:Bulk, C:First Production, R:Reproduction, S:Sample)
:Year (Y:2014, Z:2015, A:2016...)
:Month (1 ~ 9, A, B, C)
:Day (1 ~ 9, A, B ~ V)
⑦⑧⑨ :SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS LED Product number (1 ~ 999)
ⓐⓑⓒ :Reel Number (1 ~ 999)
SPMWHT541MD5WA0SB A11S2 01
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Rank Code
A11S2
SPMWHT541MD5WA0SB A11S2 01
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9. Packing Structure
1) Packing Process (The quantity of PKG on the Reel to be Max 2,500 pcs)
Reel
Aluminum Vinyl Bag
LEVEL
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CHIP LED
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Material :Paper(SW3B(B))
TYPE SIZE(mm) Notes
L W H
7inch L 245±5 220±5 182±5 Up to 10
Reels
7inch S 245±5 220±5 86±5 Up to 5
Reels
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2) Aluminum Packing Bag
Silica gel &Humidity Indicator Card in Aluminum Vinyl Bag
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10. Precaution for use
1) For over-current-proof function, customers are recommended to apply resistors to
prevent sudden change of the current caused by slight shift of the voltage.
2) This device should not be used in any type of fluid such as water, oil, organic
solvent, etc. When washing is required, IPA is recommended to use.
3) When the LEDs illuminate, operating current should be decided after considering the
ambient maximum temperature.
4) LEDs must be stored in aclean environment.
If the LEDs are to be stored for 3months or more after being shipped from
Samsung Electronics,they should be packed by asealed container with nitrogen gas
injected.(Shelf life of sealed bags: 12 months, temp. ~40, ~90%RH)
5) After storage bag is open, device subjected to soldering, solder reflow,or other
high temperature processes must be:
a. Mounted within 672 hours(28 days) at an assembly line with acondition of no
more than 30/60%RH
b. Stored at <10%RH.
6) Repack unused Products with anti-moisture packing, fold to close any opening and
then store in adry place.
7) Devices require baking before mounting, if humidity card reading is >60% at 23±5.
8) Devices must be baked for 1hour at 60±5,ifbaking is required.
9) TheLEDs are sensitive to the static electricity and surge. It is recommended to
use awrist band or anti-electrostatic glove when handling the LEDs.
If voltage exceeding the absolute maximum rating is applied to LEDs, it may cause
damage or even destruction to LED devices.
Damaged LEDs may show some unusual characteristics such as increase in leak
current, lowered turn-on voltage, or abnormal lighting of LEDs at low current.
Risk of Sulfu '
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10) VOCs (volatile organic compounds) can be generated from adhesives, flux, hardener
or organic additives used in luminaires (fixtures).
Transparent LED silicone encapsulant is permeable to those chemicals and
they may lead adiscoloration of encapsualnt when they expose to heat or light.
This phenomenon can cause asignificant loss of light emitted(output) from the
luminaires(fixtures).
In order to prevent these problems, we recommend you to know the physical
properties of the materials used in luminaires, They must be selected carefully.
     
11) Risk of Sulfurization (or Tarnishing)
The LED from Samsung Electronics uses asilver-plated lead frame and
its surface color may change to black(or dark colored) when it is exposed to sulfur(S),
chlorine (Cl) or other halogen compound.
Sulfurization of lead frame may cause intensity degradation, change of
chromaticity coordinates and, in extreme cases, open circuit. It requires caution.
Due to possible sulfurization of lead frame, LED should not be used and
stored together with oxidizing substances made of materials in afollowing list,
:Rubber, plain paper, lead solder cream and so on.
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11. Hazard Substance Analysis
1) RoHS Report
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w I 5G3. Test Report No. F-MMLF-CTSAVMIJ—Ssfln Issued Date: 2013. I2 n Page 5 ofd Testing Flow Chart M ROH51Cd/PDIHUCF" IPBBSSPBDES Testing 6‘ 6‘ 0(1leng PBBS/PBDES Cf Cr MNHVLSIMMG mic_we Wham MechllkLSlM I I | | Sample Wm Simple mum! Sim Wane!“ Snub lieu-2m M n n u. m 50mm mum uommalic um W5C W-I Ilium-Mme of the Sample I Spot tea I sum I Adding Eur-coon Sollion mu, m Screen Analyoil Fm I I Hem-u lo so—s5"c _ W15, Resin-e Con-cem-ommmfm '°' Emmi“ ”ECU“; I'm“ I ofEmmnSolmon I '1' "w m Flhnfiml and pH mum-em I Ton! Digestion Elation c n I I Adding 1,5-Diphenylumuzide with UV-Ws for Color Development I ICP—AESIAASIIAS Guns I DATA I I UV-Vis DATA DATA I DATA The samples were mssotved mm by pmeondiooning memod amdlng a: above llaw dun b7 caybm. seam cum , Gun. )1. NOTE (|) ND. =deemed1
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w (813 __ Test Repon No. rumouII-c'lsuulwao Issued Date: 2011 I: II Page a of 5 Flow Chart for Halogen Test Sm mean-m Il'mq XRF. Um” calming WM)? Yel u'o NOTE: Weiu- the uncle: imo me mien bolt. Am-Wmmmimmmam. Mnnozg-summnwnmrmmewnbmfiou. Wmmlmwimofmwmw. Mame mowed million my man Climmltnmlplly. D‘a ... EM (I) N D GM‘KMDL) (2) who PM (3) MDI. = Mama Demuiun Limil (4) - = No regulation (5) Negam = mama-mug I Posévve = Osman: (6) 01mm analysis (Nu Uni!) Mammauvacaow Negative = Abssnce vf GrVI mat-lg Pasauve = Pvesenne at cm comma; me mu mam-m m unmeaawemm man Is lqual or 3mm man 002 My mm so em: um sud». ma) a: v-umx
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w 868. Test Report No. meumctsuunssm Issued Due: 2013. 12. 11 To. SAHSUNG ELECYHONIOS C0,, UT). 95. Samsung 2-“: Giheung—gl Yongin-si Gyoonggi—do Pageloils Korea The lolblling samvlofs) was/wore submiwd and identified Ivy/on behalf ol flu aim as:- Product Nlm 5630 White PKG MWPII'! Nine N/A SGSFIIeNo. AYMIS-SGIZS Received Due 2013.12.04 karbd 20l3.‘2.05~20|3.l2v ll Tel! Perfumed SGS Kmm he sanddsl selected by wlium whh blunting resuhs Tan MUSE! 0m Purified-lolly four (M4) slbshnoas in the Candidate List of Subsuncas 0! Very Hm Coucem (SVHC) [or mnhorizafion published by Eumpoan Ghom'cals Agony (ECHA) on June 20‘ 2013 mgmding nogmmn (EC) No 1907/2005 mm m; REACH. Swan”) substances in ma Public Communion list ol patelIial Substanms 0‘ Very Hig- Gov-cam (SVHC) publshed by European Chemimls Agency (ECHA) on Smanbor 02.2013 regarding Hegnll‘nn (EC) No 1907/2000 oormrn'ng Iho REACH. Test Method vim ralu lo next ”5). ma mulls) Muse raw lo next angels). Sunni-Iv Accordng b the smelled scope and ammical technique, concentrations 04 al SVHC an:
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2) SVHC (REACH)
W’ 868 Test Report No. Fmomr-crsmAAu-ssm Issued 0:9:2013. 12. n Pagezal 16 Test Method: ses In-HwaeMnd-Analyzed by ICPOES. PLM. uvms. LCIMS .scms mmmw krill“: I. The Mini analysis 0! specified SVHC is pedoimed by m ol cunenw availdale anemicfl WM against the lolkwn'ng SVHC filmed dominant: published by ECHA: fi 4..., '_L, ' ' ' (Candidflelinl WW'IIJUIU. . . .n. A t.‘ Ls.‘ This is! is under evaluuion l1y ECHAand may wbjecnochange inhelumre. 2. In W with Hegln’on (EC) No 19072006. any piodueer or importer ol Nudes shall notily ECHA. in Wwihpangmph2°1Artble7dfaubmmemeenfiecrlaiiainhfide57wisideiliiedin aeooldam with Amide 59(1) ol the Regilafion. i la) he substance is preeerI in the” articles in (nannies totalingoveronebnne perpledueerorimpoflelpefyeananflbnhesubmncekpreeerlinlhoseartideeabme a canoemrafion el 0.! 9‘ weight by weight (WM). 3. Aricle as of Regulation (EC) No 1907mm requires suppiei 00 an article containing a steam meel'ng the cried: in Article 57 and ideilfied in Wu“: Article 59(1) in a concentration above M Shialght by weight lviw) ehdl provide the recipieil of the anide wilh sulfidem inloimnian. avahble to In suppier. to elm: sale mollheam'de including. as a minim-n. he mmealthastbstame lnthe Candidate List. 4. SGS aim the interpretation of ECHA tor SVHC in article urless indimted otherwise. Detai explandim Maddale allhe lolowing link: 5. Testresult:mtliiiepeitmbeeedonthetestedaunple.mreportrefembteefingresultolooinpoeitematwial gain by equal weight Won. The model in elm composite test group may come from one snide. 6. If a SVHC found war the repert'ng limit. Diem is mound to idenin the component which contains the SVHC and the exam concemalion ol the SVHC hy ramming lunhei quanlim'we minis from the Iaboimy. ~—----~-..-...:.:‘:-:.—_=.--h_._-'-~.= “L.J="W::=L?"‘. 12.13:: 1.22:: wtmf...n.__fi=_:unzmmm-u ......_.....r:=."3§......_.‘n..._.-
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w 868 Test Report No. Fm101AF-CTSAVM1a-551n Issued Due: 201:1. 12. 11 Page 3 at 16 Test Realms) Communion Reporting 511131.10: Nine OAS nIlnbel EC numbel 1%) len (94) clusmuflon Alkanos, 01013. dllom (Shon Chain Chlorinated 8W8 287-4765 ND. 0.05 PET Parafl'lls) Antvacene 12012-7 204-371-1 ND. 0.05 PBT Benzyl butyl pmnajane (BBP) 85607 20|-622-7 ND. 0.05 Rxgon Bis(2-Ofllylhfixyl)ph1hdah Tali: fol (DEHP) 1I7-8I-7 2M2l 1 -0 ND. 0.05 RWMO” Bidmylu'nhxido 56-35‘9 200—2634) ND. 0.05 PET Carcinogen Cobalt diddorido‘ 7545799 2131-559; ND. 0005 Toxic $01 Rnptoducion 4.4-Diaminodpfwrlylmaflmm 101-77-9 202-9704 ND. 005 061011109011 Dimsonéc pomexido' 1303—202 215115-9 ND. 0005 Cildnogoll Dimsonéc uioxide‘ 1327-503 2154514 N,D. 0.005 Cildnogofl Dhnyl phlhalate (DBP) M74«2 2015574 MB. 0.05 :1 7°“ ”(on Hexttunocyclododscano 25637-994 (HECDD) and al major muse 247-1 40 ‘ Mammals identified (l34237-5l-7. 22145959 ND. 0.05 PET (u-HBCDD. B‘HBCDD. l34237-50-6, y—HBCDD) 134237-520) cm Load Dmtogon arsenaia‘ 7784-40-9 232-064—2 ND. 0005 Tmic 601 RBDrOdMDn . . ~ Carcinogan Sam" dtehromm (Sodium dichromato. m3: 2344903 ND. 0005 WP? dehydraa) ' all: I Reomducion 9‘°“'b‘"y*2"-Wm 8I-I5-2 201-3294 ND. 0.05 ms xylm (must nylons) Tliemyl arsenate’ I5606—95-8 427-700-2 ND. 0005 Camiuogen
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w 868 Test H690" No. Fm1o1/LFCTSAVMvs-ss1a Issued Dan: 20:3. 12. n Page 4 of IS Comantmion Reporl'na - - - Sum m OAS lumber Ec mm! (9“ Limit (9‘) chmmon Diisobmyl phfilnlaMDIBP) 84—695 20I-553-2 ND. 0.05 Toxic lot 9W0" 2.4‘Din'lrohfiuane ‘2I-M'2 204-450-0 ND. 0.05 Cmn Twz'd‘wm n 5955 mus-5 ND. 0.05 Toxic lot nap-Mm . PET: vPvB Anhacene ofi 90640-806 2926027 ND. 0.05 C ‘ n Antwacono oil. PET: vPvB amhraoene mm: 91995474 295278-5 N.D. 0.05 Cuc’nogen distn. Lighs M900 Anhacono oil PET: VPvIB anthramene paste. 91995452 295-2759 N .D. 0.05 Caminogen anhrmno fiacfion Mam . PET' VPVB Anwmm od. ‘ 90840-527 292-6046 0.05 Cuwngon anthrauenolaw M99" . PET vPvB Anhacene at. 1 WWI-6 292-600-2 N.D. 0.05 Carcnogon amhvaoene paste M99“ Coal tar finch. PET: vPvB Ngh lampermure 65996>96~2 266-028-2 ND. 0.05 C ‘ n Load sulfochronm yellow Carcinogon (CJ. Pignenl Ydlow 341‘ ‘3‘”7‘2 2'56”" “-0- °-°°5 Toxic «or Reprodumion Lead chromite mylybdale C ‘ n :33? md (C I. 9mm! nod 12656-558 235-759-9 ND. 0.005 Toxic lot “Winn - . _ cm" Load chromite 775397 5 23‘ 846-0 ND. 0.005 Talia lor R i0" ' . . cm" Acrylumda 79-05-01 20I I73 7 ND. 0.05 M98"
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w 868. Test Repon No. mewmctsuu‘mm Issued 0:10:2013. 12. n Page 5 of IS Commotion fleponha Sum mm C‘s WI EC nunbev (5‘) “mi (5‘) classification . v . 10043-359 2334392 - - Bone and m ‘ 350‘ 2344454 ND. 0.005 Tout: Ior Rewodmmon . . ‘ 300- 464 23"“ ‘fm‘ 1217904.: 215—5404 ND. 0005 Tulic Ior nopmdunim no; 964 Tmboron deodium . . | xi do. h , 12267-734 235-54!-3 N.D. 0.005 Tone Ior RWM Trichbroefl'lylene 7901-6 20I-l67~4 N.D. 0.05 Cambogm . Cucinogen Sodiln main 7775-11-3 ZEN-5895 ND. 0005 M96" Toxic lur ammo" Cam-w n Ammonia» dchromale’ 7789-09 5 2324434 ND. 0.005 Mgm Tot ic lor Flapmdoction Calc‘lngen Pumsiuu dichromm‘ 7775509 2mm ND. 0.005 "Magoo Tc: ic lor Reprodwtion . . Cordovan Potassaum circulate 7789006 232-1405 N.D. 0.005 M990
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w 868. Test Report No. Fm1o1/LFC‘rsAvuu-ssm issued Duo: 2013. 12. 11 P3906 of le Communion Reporting . sum mm C‘s manner EC mm H) Um" (as) chumcnion Cobamm subhm' 10124-403 2W2 ND. 0005 Twicgfi'aw" i0" Cobamll) mm: 10141050 233-4021 ND. 0.005 Tmicgfi’fqm" i0" Cobamll) mlbonala‘ 510791 2001594 ND. 0.005 79.0%?an i0" Cobamll) dacmamr 71-457 2007558 ND. 0005 Tulicgal‘g'wn in" 2-Meflmydthanol 100804 2007107 ND. 0.05 Toxic In! RWim 2-E0wxy61hzmol 110505 2034001 ND. 0.05 Toxic In! Ropinduction Chmmiun uioxido' 1333-320 “5607-8 ND. 0.005 cm" Acids generated 1mm chromium trioxido and their oligomots: . . 7730905 231201-5 Gimme 301d 0 E. EC and 13530502 2350015 N.D. 0.005 Own Oligomevs d alumic acid_and dichromic add Imafl1yl—2-pynoidons B72504 22-8284 ND. 0.05 Toxic in! Repmduction Z-ahoxyamyl acetate III-I59 203-8392 ND. 0.05 Toxic in! Raptodmiim Labenzanecicalboxyli: acid. ci—cs-e—brnmd alkyl 71 Baa-s06 2701501 ND. 005 Toxic Io: ammo asters. (H-ridl 1.2-benzomdouboxylic add. arm-1 1mm and 50510424 27l—0M MB. 0.05 Toxic «or nmion linear alkyl estus 125110th" 90100 202-4001 ND. 0.05 1010me . 7003-51-0 . Hydnazmo 30201-2 2001109 ND. 005 Own Stmmium diamete‘ 7759002 232-1424; ND. 0005 Carcimgon
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w 868 Test Report NO. F090101ILFCTSAVM1$55129 Issued Date: 2013. 12. 11 Page 7 o1 1e Concemmion Repomm . . Substance Mme CA5 lumber EC mm (98) Linn (50 Chum-non 12-03mm 107002 2054501 ND. 005 Caminogeni: 2.2'—di1:hlom-4.4'- . , MYI mm (Mom) 101-1“ 202-9109 ND. 005 Carcinogem: Z'M‘hmyamim 90044) 201-9634 N D 005 Cami ni: oAnisidine ' * ‘ ”9° ‘ (1 ‘ 3 3-1 Irmhylbinyl) Emu/alum Iwel 01 - . u . 3 contain Mimuobabla phmi. (“momma-mi) "0 ‘6 9 ”“2“ "-D' 095 50110115 011901503100 owlronmom Alimu'msfilicale Rehactoly 650017-006 _ - - Ceramic Fbms‘ incF) (Index no.) "-D' °-°°5 cm'"°9°"'° Amnic acid‘ 7770304 231-901-9 ND. 0.005 Caminogenic Bi's(2Lmemoxy01hyl) m "1-966 2009204 ND. 005 Toxic 1o: reproduction gimgwmahyl) 117-020 20+2120 N.D. 0.05 Toxic 1o: repvoducflon Calcium alsoviate‘ 7770401 231-9005 MD. 0005 Carcinogenic Dichromium vislchmmatel' 246 I 1096 2403562 N.D. 0.005 Calcinogenic Founaldehyde, ofigomeric rmiim ploducts whh nnilino 2521 +704 5000301 MD. 0.05 Carcinogenic (technical MDAi Lead dazide' 13424469 2365424 N.D. 0.005 Toxic I01 mproducfion Load dipiciaio‘ 6477-64—1 2203352 ND. 0005 Toxic lot reproduction Lead siyphnaio' 152454+0 2302902 N.D. 0.005 Toxic lo! napmducfion rémmflmm 127-105 2000204 ND. 005 Toxic lo! reproduction P maz‘ oh at - - ozmmgfmm'?“ ° 090603405 2504100 ND. 0.005 Caminogonx: Phemlphlhahin 77-098 2010047 ND. 005 Carcinogonic Potassium hydratyocla- . , omdizinc . h . 11103059 234-3sz N.D. 0.005 Carcinogemc . . . Carcinogonic Tnload dma 3687-31—8 222-9705 ND. 0.005 Tm: [a mpmducfion Incon‘a Aluminosilicala Rofimry Ceramic Fibres 5533:3135 - N.D. 0.005 Carcinogenic (Zr-RCF)’
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w 863 Test Report No. FMio‘lLFcTSAVMis-sslzs Imed 0119;201:112.“ Pagosous sum mm OAS nulmel EC number Common (96) Reponlnn Link (58) Chum-flan I .2»bis(2»nwmoxyethnxy) ethane (TEGDME: triglyma) “249-2 MSW-3 N.D. 0.05 Toxic [or mpmducfion 1.2dimelhmyolhm; ethylene glycol dimaflvyl aha! (EGDME) ll0-7l-4 203-7949 MB. 0.05 Toxic lot reproduction Dboron Irioxide‘ I 303-662 215-‘25-8 N.D. 0.005 Toxic for reproducfion Formanide 75 l 27 200-8424) N.D. 0.05 Toxic for repvoducfion Leadlll} bis(melhamsullonatal' ”570702 4014505 N.D. 0.005 Toxic for rapvoducfion TGICH .356: (oximnyl mdwll-I 3.5mm 2.4.M1H.3H.5H)-hioml 2451-62-9 219-514-3 ND. 0.05 Mutagenic Br-TGIC (I.3,5-iris[(2$ and 2R)—2,3-9pclxypmpyl}v L15 lriazinv2,4.6-(IH,3H.5HF lriono ” 59653-7449 423-4004] ND. 005 Mutagonic 4.4'»bis(dinei1ylamino) bouzophonono (Michler‘s intone) 90MB 202-027-5 ND. 005 Carcinogenic N.N.N’.N'»letramoflvy|—4.4'— msfiybnsd'un'lino (Mchlar‘s base) IOI6‘-1 202-9592 ND. 005 Carcimgnnic [+[4.l'-bis(dinsfiylamino) bauhyWnekyclohata‘ 2.5-diar I -ylidnnal amethylammonium chloride (CJ. Basic Violet 3) 548-62-9 200-9536 ND. 0.05 Carcinogenic [l-fltanilno-l -naphlhyll4— (Methylaminowhenylm ylmkydohexa-z Scion-I - ylidene] dinghylammonium chloride (CJ. Basic Bins 26) 2580-555 219-9436 ND. 0.05 Carcinogenic «In-His” (Methylamlna) phenylH (phenylaminol Malone-l -mmhmol (CJ. Solvent Bile 4) 6786-83—0 22985‘6 ND. 0.05 Carcinogenic 4.4'-bis(dins1hylamimH"~ (mafivylamimmiyl alcohol 56141-1 2092102 N.D. 0.05 Carcinogenic m
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w 868 Test Report No. F6901o11LFcYSAVAA1a-55129 Issued Date: 2013. l2. n Pagerl u; Cement-mm Reponlnu Sunshine Nun: CAS number EC numbev (98) lell (96) cllsslllmon Bas(pemahomphmyn afliar PM (ME) "63-195 21443049 ND. 005 vo Exammmmdxm 72629-94—8 276-7452 ND. 005 vM gammmim‘“ 307-55» 2092002 ND. 0.05 VM :g'cmflmmmmc 2050940 2104654 MB. 0.05 mm Examinwmmm° 376-067 2000004 MB. 0.05 VM 4-" .1 .3.stmhylbmyl) _ phenol. dammed - Equwalont level of covering welldefined concern - pmbdala substances and UVCE N‘D 0‘05 serious allm on the substances. palymars and winner! homologies 4-Nonylplbml. branched and linoar — Mos with a linear and/or branched alkyl Mn wllh a calbon - number 0! 9 cavalenly 54W?" "m' °' bnund in position 4 m - - ND. 005 ”MNMP‘M; phenol. oovon'ng also won “m“ 5‘ Of: 9 and wall-defined substaneos “W" which include any al tho individual 'somors m a mlinatian lhamol Equivdul Iml of Diazano I.2-dicatboxamide . concem - probfle (C.C‘-azudillurmanidall ‘2’" 3 ”“5” ”'D' °-°5 Sagious «tons on uman hadn- Cydohexano—l 2- Equ'wfloll lwel of dicarbaxylic anhydride concern - probdfla (Hexahydmphflnlic 85427 2015043 MB. 0.05 serious 845866 on anhydrido - HH PA) human health
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w 568 Test Report No. Fm101/LFCTSAVM1a-5513 Issuad Dale: 2013. 12. 11 Page 10 of 1s Communion We Substance Name CAS number Ec manner (95) len 1%) cassmaflon 02000er a ' . r04— 25550 51-0. 247-0941. , mafiybhmhal’c anhydride. 19430509. 2400720. EW‘“ ‘m' °' Hoxahydm— 1- 451221“. 2553564. ND. 005 °°"P°'" gnp'wsmon modwbhmhaflc anhydn'dn. 57110209 260-5661 ”mm mm Hexmydroer “" mommnhalic anhydride Toxic fol reproducfitm equivaIem level of Mefl‘oly acetic aa‘d 625-456 2108944; ND. 005 m 'P'MM: human heakh and mo environmem 12-86712mein afiicipemyiosur. branched 04777-000 won-2 MB. 0.05 Toxac 1w reproducfion i now Di’sopenwlpmulm (DIPP) 605-505 2100554 ND. 005 Toxic cu raprotklcfion wwimmam - - ND. 005 T°""° ‘°’ W” 1.2-Dioumyamano 02014-1 211-0701 ND. 005 Toxic 1a raplomcfion 3mm...” °' i 1"“ 5012-2 2005705 MB. 0.05 Tm; ’°’ ”mm Dibuiylfin adioride (D81) 603-101 2114700 MB. 0.05 Tm“: k" W” Am said. lead salL besic' 51404004 257-1753 ND. 0.005 Tm” '°’ 'Wi‘” 51:72:: gfimmfd 1310455 2152906 ND. 0.005 Tm“ M W” m‘sszm’ “Mk 12000759 2343557 N.D. 0.005 Toxic for reunchcfion [mum‘mb‘m 69011-06-9 2735005 N.D. 0.005 Tm” b’ ”M” (flash load phthdata)‘
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w 868 Test Report No. Fm1o1/LFCTSAVAA1H513 Issued Data: 2013. 12. 11 Page 11 one Substance Nome CA3 1111111001 Ec nunner ”79'3““ flaw)“ 01-5011an Diuobislslearamltribad‘ 12570120 235-70243 N.D. 0.005 Toxic lot leprodldion :3": ”id" 61010. “3“" 9‘03l-62-5 29/243057 MD. 0.005 Toxic lor IMO" Lead hisucuafluoioboma)’ 13514405 237—4860 MD. 0005 Toxic lot 7W0" Lead cyanamidate' 20837-869 2440734) N.D. 0.005 Toxic Ior remoduotion Lead drinate' 10099-744) 233-2454) ND. 0005 Toxic Ior remoduction Lead oxide (lead monoxider 1317-3043 215—2674) MD. 0005 Toxic for reomduction Lead lmxide (orange Ioad)’ 131 441-6 21523545 ND. 0005 Toxic Ior [Won Lead titanium Irioxida' 120600045 2W9 ND. 0005 Toxic Oor rmon film” mm“ 12520012 2357274 MD. 0005 Toxic oor repmdouion 33:3? “mm“ 12065206 2350577 MD. 0005 Toxic oor reproduction 3mm. “Wm N 0012000 2320824 N.D. 0.005 Toxiclor reproduction 33;?” WW“ 5"“ ‘9“ 50704750 2722715 N.D. 0.005 Toxicoor reproduction Siicic acid, lead san‘ "12022-2 234-3553 N.D. 0.005 Toxic for reprodm'on mg? “5“ ”a” 5“ 6222905—7 263-4674 N.D. 0.005 Toxic lot reprodmztion Tammflead‘ 70002 2010754 N.D. 0.005 Toxic to: reproduction Telralaad cicxido subhah' 12202-174 235-3009 MD. 0005 Toxic to: reproduction 7052 Vusian 5
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w 868. Test Report No. FM101ILFCTSAYM1$55129 Issuod 0010:2013. 12. 11 Page 12 0116 Communion Repealing Saba-nee Nine OAS umber EC nunber (98) um (91) Chasm-non Trilead dioxide phosphonate‘ 12141-20-7 235-252-2 N.D. 0.005 Toxic for reproduction Furan 110009 203-727-3 ND. 005 Carcinogonbc Prooykme oxide: 1.2- . . opuxypropana: 75 56-9 20041792 MD. 005 03mm." Myloxirane magenlc Diem 511wa 656/6 2005090 ND. 005 6031mm Dimmhyl sulphate 77~78
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w 868 Test Report No. Fm1wLFc1’anAAu—55129 Issued Dale: 2013. :2. n Page 13 ol ‘6 Commit-(Ion Remain V Sulmmee m CA8 lumbar EC number (,0 lenm chumuflon Cami-u 744043-22 23l-152-8 N.D. 0.005 Caminogani: Cadn'un oxide lane-190 2I5-I46-2 MD. 0.005 Caminoganic Dipomyl pwalaa (D PP) 131-10-0 205-017-9 MD. 005 Taxic (or rapmixfiun kNurybmml. branched and finer. “Inflated [substances with n im Nor bandied alkyl chain wilh a calbon number of 9 . covaIeme bound in position Egtolvahmhlzgl of 4 w phenol. momma ‘ « N.D. 0.05 ”a 5 ‘ 9 - Probable sonuus d‘ocls covering UVCB- Ind WOII— ! th , fl sub ‘ 0 9 environment polymots and homologuos. Midi include any of the individual Homers and/or combinations hereof] Ammonium panadocaflmmomrnate 3025-26-1 223-3200 N.D. 0.05 Toxic for rm" (APFO) ”QWMMWC 335-674 206-397-9 ND. 0.05 Toxic lor (Won add (PFOA)
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w SGS Test Report No. FemomscrsuMn-ssm Issued Date: 2013. I2. n Page M 0116 Suwanee Name CA8 manner EC number Corrugamlon Ema)“ Classification Dihayl phlhdate 84—753 20I«55$5 MB. 0.05 Toxic [or reproduction TrixyM phosphah 25l55-23«l 246-677-8 MB. 0.05 Turin lot reproduction lmidaloidino—Z-fliono: . . 2-imidazolino—2thiol 96457 202-5069 ND. 005 Tom '0! roprodumon Disodiln +mino-3-[[4'-I(2.b diamimphenylhzolh .I'- biD'W04Y0I10] -5—Mdroxy- , ~ (‘rlphenylazmnapmlw 1937-37-7 217-7I03 MB. 0.05 Camnoganu: 2.7-dsubhonato (Cl Diroct Black 38) Disodiuln 3.3411 ,I'»biphony1}- 4.4'-dylbis(azo)]bis(# aminonapflhalono-i- 5350-0 209-3594 N D. 0.05 Cudnogonic sulphomle) (CJ. Direct Red EB) Cueinogonfic Equivalent lwol 0| - , _ cum having Cadmaum suWe l30fr Z36 215-147 8 ND. 0.005 probable serious aflads no human health Lead Manama) SDI-0‘2 206-1044 N.D. 0.005 Toxic lor rapmducfion
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w 868 Test Report No. me/LFCTSAVMvs-ssin issued Duo: 2013' 12, 11 Page ISOi us None: 1. RL— Reporting Link 2. ND. = Not (landed (lower than RL) 5 NA. = Not apnlicdals lo! respective malarial B/pe. The submitted sample was luund la Domain signiicarl amount 01 spsdfic element“) ol SVHC. Upon further test verification and also infonnaliun provided from client. the possibility that lhe alumnus) Cullen! originate lrum SVHC is very unlikely. even thong. Iliair pvesenee canncn be exclude ellirely. h ma] be assumed lint lha deeded elamanfls) have a norrSVHC source. Defiu'lion ol dudficafiun lismd in Appendix A of his repent i1 noconiame with 57.548/ EEC and Regulalinn (EC) No 1907/2006. Fur detail infonnafion. Detail explanation is amiable at (he following link: WWW (0“de “‘0 Mmfleclhareummm’proposalsloidemflrsubswvcwcl—verr Wmm previous .. an .. ‘.The test result is based on the oalculaliun of selected Ms) ! lnukerls) and la he wast-ease Somalia For w inlormation. please role! to Ihe scs REACH webs'ne: W The dial! is advised in rwiew the chomlcd foundation to curtain We melal sibshnoes plesenl in the amide. “L = 000599 is evaluated lor element (Lo. cobalt. arsenic. lead. sedan. chmmium. chromiunWll slicun. aluminum. zirconium. boron. and potash-n Iasvec‘lively). except molybdenum HL=D‘0005% 01%(vlw)= 111009an = LOUD mm ",BVTGIC is one of the isomers lor TGIC amnis and hence tested W. The repomed lest result is based he proposed ratio as aocord'ng to ECHA dossiers Pimueofmnlensfleeemd:
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w 368 Test Report No. me/LFCTSAVMrsssm Issued 0m: 2013. r2. ll Page Is at is Wk‘ Cllnllcltioll Carcinogen Category 1: Carcinogen Category 2: Mmgen Calegory l: Mmagen Category 2: Toxic lo Reproduction Category 1: Talk: In Reproduction Category 2: PET AvPvB: [hfinition raider Emu/EEC lid Reauhdon (E0 No 1907/2006 Substances imam to be carc'w‘ to man. There is suiliciem evidence to estbl’sh a causal assedatien baween human exposure to a substance and the dwelopmem of cannon Substances Mich sheidd be rggarded as if ti_rey are canimrl’c to man. There is sulfident evidence to provide a strorrgpresumption Ihal hllnan exposure in a srbstarrce may result in lire cl cancen Generally on lire basis ol: appropriate long- term arirral undies other relevant information. WW Thom Is smfiu'em whims m establish a causal Marion bemeen human exposure to a substance and heritable genetic damage. evidence to provide a strong wosunvtion (In! human exposure to I - subylm may result In Hie deveiopnm ol Mm mic damage generally on the basis of: - appmpriatn animal studies. - cane! relavam inblmafion. Wilma; Tim Is Mica-I widow lo Wish Icwsfl reiatiomlm between human exposure in the substance and impaired lenil'ly. Substances known In muse MME m mum in humans. Then is suiicient evidence in aslabl-h a causal relafionslip baneen human aposura tn the substance and subsement dwdopmmar toxic aliens in a» progeny. Substanceswtrich MHMMBNMg irnfllminhumans. Thereissullieiem widow-m dea monlhethumanex urelofliesibslarmmeyroaultin no“: mmn n. flaw 9°“ -c|oel evidence Ir arlnal studies of impaired utility indie absence 0! mic elleas. or. evidence olirwa’redieai'dyoccurr'ngataroundll'resamedoselevelsasolherwxicelledsbmwhich ismt a secondary nonspecflic conseqienoe of“ other toxic e‘flecs. - otter relevari inlovmation. flbsw «HQ §ho|dd g regar_ded a; Hm w Mgfl lox'm' g hrmans. There is sulfident evidence to provide a mug mammalian "at human exposure to the srbstance may resul in developmental texidty. generally on the basis 04: - clear results in was animal snrdias where enacts have been ubssrvod in (he absmca 0! mol marked maternal finicky. or at around lire same dose levels as (the! (mic eflects but ' are not a secondary non-specific commence oi lilo other (clic ellects. - olher relevant information. Substances which are persistent. bioaccumddive and toxic (PET) or very persistent and very binewlnulative (MB) pose a particular diallenge h lhe dremicah salary managamant For lhoae shamans a sale" communion it Ilia envirotlnm cannot be established with smira'ent veiabiity. F052 men s
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Date No. Revision History Writer
Drawn Approved
2014.03.17 001 New version. Y.J Cho S.B Yun
2014.07.25 002 Addtion of SD Flux Bin Y.J Cho S.B Yun
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