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|Title:||Laser Diode Induced Lighting Modules|
|Citation:||ECS Journal of Solid State Science and Technology, 5 (3): pp. R26-R33, (2016)|
|Abstract:||Laser diodes have the potential of becoming the light engines of future lighting technology since they have negligible efficiency droop factor, unlike light emitting diodes. This study demonstrates the possibility of laser diodes coupled to phosphor targets being used as a solid state lighting system with high power applications. It was revealed that white light emitting modules with efficiency of up to 217 lumens per watt based on laser diodes can currently be made and upon further development of laser diode technology and relevant phosphor materials there is room for further improvements. The report also demonstrates the ability of this technology to produce a tailored emission spectrum for a given specific requirement. Two test lamp prototypes were made using laser diodes and phosphor targets and their emission characteristics were investigated|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Mechanical Aerospace and Civil Engineering Research Papers|
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