The CXA1520 is the first high density LED array from CREE. With a breakdown voltage of 35V for a current of 0.5A (85°C), the CXA1520 generate 1710 lumens for 3000K and a CRI of 80% in a “15.85mmx15.85mm” package. The combination of Cree's proprietary Flip Chip SiC LEDs and high performance COB packaging, offers the one of best lumen density performance on the market.
The CXA1520 package has a very low thermal-resistance allowing for a lumen density similar to the one of discrete packaged LED but with a “lumen per $” 30% higher (compared to equivalent package).
This reverse costing report provides an estimation of the production cost of the CXA1520-0000-000N00N430F. Describes the overall manufacturing process and highlights key points of innovation developed by CREE.
COMPLETE TEARDOWN WITH:
- Comparison of 3 LEDs ( 2 CREE and 1 Sharp). - Detailed photos and identification - Manufacturing process flow - In-depth economical analysis - Manufacturing cost breakdown - Selling price estimation
Table Of Contents
Reverse Costing of CREE CXA1520 LED Array 1. Overview / Introduction
- Package Views and Dimensions - Package Opening - Package Cross-Section - Phosphor - LED Assembly - LED Views and Dimensions - LED Singulation - Cathode and Anode - Dielectric Layers - Epitaxy - LED Thickness - LED Characteristics
5. Manufacturing Process Flow
- Global Overview - LED Fabrication Unit - LED Process Flow - Package Fabrication Unit - Package Process Flow
6. Cost Analysis
- Main steps of economic analysis - Yields Hypotheses - Epitaxy Step - LED Front-End Cost - LED Wafer Cost - LED Cost per process steps - LED Equipment Cost per Family - LED Material Cost per Family - Back-End : Probe and cleaving Cost - Packaging Cost - Final Assembly Cost - Component Cost and Price