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Transforming Lighting with COB LED Technology

03 June 2024

‘Chip on board’ (COB) LED technology is the latest innovation in lighting and display products. The benefits it can deliver are huge, but it’s still an unknown quantity for many.  

COB LED technology allows the number of LEDs placed in any given area of a display to be far higher than other LED packaging approaches. This creates a higher intensity of light density to be emitted from a smaller area than what is possible from single surface mount LEDs used by the rest of the market. 

NHP has integrated the COB LED technology into our Stanilite Spitfire range, with a host of features and benefits such as: 

Wide area optics - COB LEDs offer uniform light distribution, minimising glare and enhancing visual comfort; 

Reduced failure rates - fewer welding points and direct chip mounting contribute to lower failure rates; 

Brighter than previous technology due to the compact LEDs utilised - COB LEDs can pack numerous light sources into a compact area, resulting in significantly increased lumen output per square inch; 

Efficiency and heat dissipation - COB LEDs use a single circuit with minimal components, reducing heat generation. The ceramic/aluminium substrate acts as an efficient heat transfer medium when coupled with an external heatsink.  

COB LED technology is improving the emergency exit lighting range. To learn more about this innovative technology, please contact your local NHP Account Representative. 

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