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Lextar Launches DCOB LED Light Engine and Yearly Revenue Falls

By Vincent Wang
Published: Jul 07,2015

TAIPEI, Taiwan — Lextar Electronics Corp., the LED vertical integration manufacturer, has launched a DCOB (Driver on COB) product, using Lextar’s in-house high voltage Chip to design an integrated light module without an external driver, providing the most convenient plug-and-play LED light engine for the traditional lighting fixture manufacturers.

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Francis Wong, Deputy Vice President of Lextar Electronics Lighting Business Unit said that traditional lighting manufacturers are constrained by lack of technical personnel in the electronic/electric related fields.

Lextar's DCOB light engine module integrates the previous LED Driver with COB. Since the DCOB is powered directly by the AC power, it can be simply plugged into the power source to light up without the electrolytic capacitor. It improves the lifetime of the light source and increases the product reliability significantly, using the HV Chip manufactured by Lextar.

Lextar Electronics' DCOB light engine integrates the optical and electrical components on a single module. It features small size, ease of use and improvement of lighting design flexibility, suitability for spotlight, down light or bay light fixtures. Lextar's DCOB series are compatible with Zhaga Book 3 specification to facilitate the lighting manufacturers in replacing the COB lighting source directly with no switching costs. In addition, Lextar can also provide customized services for the products from various customers.

Moreover, the company reported consolidated revenue of NT$3.59 billion for last quarter on July 6, a 5 percent decline from NT$3.78 billion in the same period last year. On a quarterly basis, the total grew by 1.98 percent from NT$3.52 billion generated in the first quarter of this year, according to the company’s filing with the Taiwan Stock Exchange.

Lextar’s consolidated revenue totaled NT$7.1 billion in the first half of this year, up 1.24 percent from NT$7.01 billion in the same period last year. Shares dropped 1.22 percent to NT$20.2 in Taipei trading on July 7, underperforming the TAIEX, which lost 1.09 percent.

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