LUMAWISE LED Holders
TE's LUMAWISE LED holders mechanically secure and electrically connect CoB LEDs to a luminaire without the need to solder allowing the LED to be directly attached to a PCB or heat sink using a few standard screws.
Offering higher level of integration via a solderless connection to array and chip-on-board (COB) LEDs, TE’s LED holders mechanically secure and electrically connect the LED to a luminaire without the need to solder. Sockets allow the LED to be directly attached to a PCB or heat sink using a few standard screws.
TE provides a broad range of solderless LED holders that provide fixture designers an easier way to integrate LEDs into their designs. The scalable, Type Z and custom holder platforms each offer the designer a unique suite of features and benefits. Our LED holders form the core of the fixture ecosystem by integrating LED electrical, mechanical, thermal, and optical interconnectivity. These holders can accelerate time to market, minimize applied costs, facilitate easy integration, and improve assembly efficiency when compared to traditional methods of LED integration.
Explore our LUMAWISE LED holders below and download our product brochure for more information.
TE is a participating member of the Zhaga Consortium, an industry-wide cooperation enabling the interchangeability of LED light sources and simplifying LED applications for general lighting. TE partners with the leading LED and optics manufacturers in the industry to bring you connectivity solutions for your specific choice of LED array.
- Spot Lights
- Track Lights
- Recessed Downlights
- High Bay Lights
- Retrofit Lamps
- Wall Sconces
- Solderless electrical connection to LED
- Integrated poke-in wire termination
- Snap-in LED retention on some versions
- Alignment features simplify installation
- Easy attachment of secondary optics
- High-reflectivity polymeric housing materials
- Wide operating temperatures
Alexander Hunt III, Product Manager for TE Connectivity solid state lighting discusses solderless termination of LED arrays. See how TE makes connectivity easy by enabling adoption and development of solid state lighting that incorporates LED arrays.