Intematix 4, of Fremont, California USA, a developer of patented phosphors for LEDs, announced new additions to its ChromaLit™ Collection of remote phosphor light sources. In response to high demand following its January launch, Intematix is releasing ChromaLit light sources in 110 optimal shapes, color temperatures and Color Rendering Indexes (CRI). In order to provide more options for customers, ChromaLit is now available in additional round options, as well as square, linear and panel varieties. The company contends that ChromaLit optimizes light quality and efficacy performance for applications like down, spot, under-cabinet, linear, task, area, ceiling panel and industrial lighting systems.

Intematix notes that a conventional LED employs blue chips, which are coated with a phosphor compound. Whereas, ChromaLit leverages a phosphor composite precisely layered onto a substrate, separated from the blue LED energy source. The company claims that all of the ChromaLit products have this architecture, offering unparalleled design freedom, more efficient manufacturing processes, exceptional light quality and up to 30 percent higher system efficacy