IR OSLON Black Family

IR OSLON Black Family perfect for e.g. CCTV (Surveillance)

Compact arrangements with outstanding optical power

The IR OSLON Black of OSRAM Opto Semiconductors is today’s smallest infrared LED with more than one watt of optical power. The small package with integrated lens allows superior compact arrangements of very high power density. The IR OSLON Black is perfect for applications like CCTV, machine vision, night vision or number plate recognition systems.

IR OSLON Black – the perfect combination of power, compactness and long lifetime

Stacked power

With the IR OSLON Black, OSRAM Opto Semiconductors expands its position in the field of infrared illumination and complements its range of products with an additional power class. By using the Nanostack chip technology, the typical optical power reaches 2000 mW at an operating current of 1.5 A.

Compact package

Thanks to its adapted outcoupling lens with +/- 45° or +/– 75° emission angle, the IR OSLON delivers 25 percent more output power than components without lens. The temperature-stable, small package allows compact arrangements for a very high power density.

Long lifetime

The IR OSLON Black is the perfect combination of the latest chip technology and an excellent package. Lifetimes of up to 50,000 hours are easily obtainable, even at high drive currents.

  • IR lightsource with high efficiency
  • Very compact SMT package with integrated lens (3.85 × 3.85 × 2.29 mm³ or 3.85 × 3.85 × 1.51 mm³),
    for dense clustering
  • Low thermal resistance
  • Suitable wavelength for CMOS/CCD camera solutions
  • Superior corrosion robustness
  • Available with Nanostack Technology (SFH 4715AS,SFH 4725S, SFH 4716AS and SFH 4726S)
  • +/– 45° and +/– 75° viewing angle available
IR OSLON Black is applicable for Surveillance system, CCTV, machine vision system, traffic, biometrics, night vision system

Wherever a high power IR lightsource is required the IR OSLON Black is applicable

  • Surveillance systems, CCTV
  • Machine vision systems
  • Traffic: number plate recognition, toll systems
  • Biometrics for access control and identification
  • Night vision systems