Oslon Pure 1010 Recognized by IES Progress Report

New chip scale package LED receives accolades for its advances in retail lighting

Oslon Pure 1010 Recognized by IES Progress Report

The Illumination Engineering Society (IES) selected Osram’s Oslon Pure 1010 LED to be part of its prestigious 2018 Progress Report. The award was presented on August 10, 2018 at the IES Annual Conference in Boston, MA.


Category: Hospitality, Office, Retail
Location: Regensburg, Germany
Technology/Services: LED components
Year: 2018

As part of its selection process, IES looks for significant new advancements in lighting products, research, publications, and design tools from the past year. The mission of the IES Progress Committee is to keep in touch with developments in the art and science of lighting throughout the world and prepare a yearly report of achievements. Acceptance is based on an impartial judging process used by the committee to evaluate each submission on its uniqueness, innovation and significance to the lighting industry.

Sized at 1 mm x 1 mm, the Oslon Pure 1010 is ideal for spotlights in retail lighting, where exceptionally compact LEDs with high light output are needed to bathe articles on display in eye-catching light. The scalability of the chip scale package (CSP) LED gives customers outstanding flexibility in putting together individual lighting solutions because the LED package is the same size as the light emitting area. It also features an extremely small footprint and warm and cold white light versions, which can be combined to address various customer needs.

The Oslon Pure 1010 with a luminous flux of 100 lm at 350 mA and a color temperature of 3,000 K almost perfectly follows Lambert’s law and achieves a flux density of 237 lm/mm² when operating at 1,000 mA. The automotive grade, top-emitting flip chip die used in the OSLON Pure 1010, directional light exits only from the top surface of the LED package, allowing tighter LED clusters. The achieved luminance is much higher than other components of the same size, which is particularly useful for illuminating merchandise in retail outlets such as diamond rings in a jewelry store.