Q1: What is the brightness, viewing angle and wavelength of the LED?
A: Luminous Intensity is equal to the amount of luminous flux emitted into a very small solid angle at a defined angular orientation from the light source. The measurement for luminous intensity is the candela. Symbol is Iv. Viewing Angle is the total cone angle in degrees encompassing the central, high luminous intensity portion of the LED beam from the on-axis peak to the off-axis point where the LED intensity is 50% of the on-axis intensity. This off-axis point is known as theta one-half ( 1/2). Two times 1/2 is the LEDs' full viewing angle; however, light is visible beyond the1/2 point. Wavelength is the distance between two points of corresponding phase and is equal to waveform velocity divided by frequency. It defines what color human eyes could recognize
Q2: What is dominant wavelength? Please specify the ranges of wavelength in red, green and blue color respectively.
A: Dominant wavelength is defined as the best range of wavelength showing the most natural color recognized by human eyes. Researches indicate that fixed colors with wavelength of 620-630nm (red), 520-530nm (green) and 460-470nm (blue), in fact mixed in a particular proportion, can get the pure white. That is, in display field, people use luminous materials with above wavelength to make "compounded" white more natural.In order to get a good balance white led display, we specify the led colors with wavelength within 4nm for each color