OLM ColorShift Bulb - H11 / H16
The first commercial halogen lamp was developed around 1959. In most applications they're easy to recognize due to the high heat and orange light output. They also have a lower life span with lower light output per watt. This new ColorShift series bulb utilizes the latest technology to maximize light output while maintaining an affordable price.
Through experience from previous bulb design, OLM has continued to push its larger heatsinks vs fans. By keeping them out of the design, there are less components at risk of failing.
The latest OLM offering features a unique 2 color in one design. We have released a similar product in the past but wanted to lower the price point and get a true yellow output to cut through bad weather. Some people will just like the look of the yellow, but others will also benefit from the contrast it provides in inclimate weather.
Initial startup color is white. Cycling power within 4 seconds results in a color change.
Featured in Subispeed's New Products November
Warranty: 1 year
IP rating: IP65
Minimum Light Output: 3400 lumens per pair
Maximum Light Output: 3800 lumens per pair
Approximate Wattage: 20 watts each
CSP - DELIVERING THE ULTIMATE IN DESIGN FLEXIBILITY
As the trend towards smaller, lighter and thinner luminaires continues to gain momentum, LED manufacturers—including Seoul Semiconductor—have responded by shrinking the size of their LED packaging. One result of this trend is the growing popularity of Chip Scale Package (CSP) technology. CSP technology eliminates the traditional submount to directly attach the LED die to the PCB, allowing for overall system cost reductions. As fully functional LED packages that are equal to or slightly larger than the size of a die, CSPs are increasingly being implemented in lighting designs.
Plug and Play Installation
Installation of the PSX24W OLM ColorShift series is extremely simple. If the socket fits, that's where it goes! The LED driver to bulb connections come with rubber seals to make sure the connection remains watertight.