KW4-56NXWB-P-Y Datasheet by Adafruit Industries LLC

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Model No.: KW4-56NXWB-P-Y
0.56" Quadruple Digit Numeric Displays
Technical Data Sheet
11L
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Features:
Descriptions:
Applications:
Device Selection Guide:
Model No. Chip Material Source Color Description
KW4-56NAWB-P-Y
InGaN
White Common Anode
KW4-56NCWB-P-Y White Common Cathode
0.56(inch) digit height.
Excellent segment uniformity.
Sold state reliability.
Industrial standard size.
Low power consumption.
The product itself will remain within RoHS compliant Version.
The KW4-56NXXX series is a lager 14.20 mm (0.56) high seven segments display
designed for viewing distances up to 7 meters.
These displays provide excellent reliability in bright ambient light.
These devices are made with yellow segments and black surface
Audio equipment.
Instrument panels.
Digital read out display.
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Package Dimension:
B
F
D
G
EC
A
DIG.1 DIG.2 DIG.3 DIG.4
D5
D6
PIN 12 PIN 7
PIN 6
PIN 1
8°
8.1 [0.319]
1.35 [0.053]
14.20 [0.56'']
19 [0.749]
50 .2[1.978]
8 [0.315]
Φ0.5 [0.020]
12.7*3=38.1 [1.501]
DP
15.24 [0.600]
6.3 [0.248]±0.5
2.54*6=15.24 [0.600]
KW4-56NAWB-P-Y
(COM)
9
13 4 1221 5
ABC EDFGA
DIG.1
(COM)
14
DIG.2
D
BC EF
(COM)
11
GD5D6
DIG.4DIG.3
10
(COM)
6
ADBC EFG A DBC EFGDP DP DP DP
(COM)
3
7
8
KW4-56NCWB-P-Y
(COM)
9
13 4 1221 5
ABC EDFGA
DIG.1
(COM)
14
DIG.2
D
BC EF
(COM)
11
GD5D6
DIG.4DIG.3
10
(COM)
6
ADBC EFG A DBC EFGDP DP DP DP
(COM)
7
3 8
Notes:
1. All dimensions are in millimeters (inches).
2. Tolerance is ±0.25 mm (.010) unless otherwise noted..
3. Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Ila Luminous Intensity
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Absolute Maximum Ratings at Ta=25
Parameters Symbol Max. Unit
Power Dissipation Per Segment PD 100 mW
Peak Forward Current Per Segment
(1/10 Duty Cycle, 0.1ms Pulse Width) IFP 100 mA
Forward Current Per Segment IF 25 mA
Dating Linear From 500.4 mA/
Reverse Voltage VR 5 V
Operating Temperature Range Topr -40to +80
Storage Temperature Range Tstg -40to +85
Soldering Temperature Tsld 260for 5 Seconds
Electrical Optical Characteristics at Ta=25
Notes:
1. Luminous Intensity Measurement allowance is ± 10%.
2. It use many parameters that correspond to the CIE 1931 2°. X, Y, and Z are CIE 1931
values of Red, Green and Blue content of the measurement.
Parameters Symbol Min. Typ. Max. Unit Test Condition
Luminous Intensity
(Note 1) * IV 15.0 30.0 --- mcd IF=20mA
Luminous Intensity
Matching Ratio
(Segment To Segment)
Iv-m --- --- 2:1 IF=10mA
Chromaticity Coordinates
(Note 2)
X --- 0.28 ---
IF=20mA
Y --- 0.29 ---
Forward Voltage VF --- 3.2 4.0 V IF=20mA
Reverse Current IR --- --- 50 µA VR=5V
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Typical Electrical / Optical Characteristics Curves
(25Ambient Temperature Unless Otherwise Noted)
Luminous Intensity &
Ambient Temperature
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)
1
1000
-60
Ambient Temperature Ta ( )
100
10
-40 -20 0 20 40 60 80 100
Luminous Intensity & Forward Current
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)
1
1000
10
Forward Current IF (mA)
100
10
0101102103
Forward Current Derating Curve
Forward Current IF (mA)
0
Ambient Temperature Ta ( )
f=1KHz
Duty=1/10
Ta=25
20 40 60 80 100
Spectrum Distribution
Relative Luminous Intensity (%)
Ta=25
0
400
100
300 500 600 700 800
Wavelength λp (nm)
75
50
25
Forward Current & Forward Voltage
Forward Current IF (mA)
Ta=25
2.8 3.0 3.2 3.4 3.6
Forward Voltage VF (V)
0
10
20
30
40
50
25
0
10
20
30
40
50
2.6
Temperature Pre»heat
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Please read the following notes before using the datasheets:
1. Over-current-proof
Customer must apply resistors for protection, otherwise slight voltage shift will cause big
current change (Burn out will happen).
2. Storage
2.1 If the package contains a moisture proof bag inside, please don't open the package before
using.
2.2 Before opening the package, the LEDs should be kept at 30or less and 80%RH or less.
2.3 The LEDs should be used within a year.
2.4 After opening the package, the LEDs should be kept at 30or less and 60%RH or less.
3. Soldering Iron
Each terminal is to go to the tip of soldering iron temperature less than 260for 5 seconds
within once in less than the soldering iron capacity 25W. Leave two seconds and more intervals,
and do soldering of each terminal. Be careful because the damage of the product is often
started at the time of the hand solder.
4. Soldering
When soldering, for Lamp without stopper type and must be leave a minimum of 3mm clearance
from the base of the lens to the soldering point.
To avoided the Epoxy climb up on lead frame and was impact to non-soldering problem, dipping
the lens into the solder must be avoided.
Do not apply any external stress to the lead frame during soldering while the LED is at high
temperature.
Recommended soldering conditions:
Soldering Iron Wave Soldering
Temperature
Soldering Time
300Max.
3sec.Max.
(one time only)
Pre-heat
Pre-heat Time
Solder Wave
Soldering Time
100Max.
60 sec. Max.
260Max.
5sec.Max.
Note: Excessive soldering temperature and / or time might result in deformation of the LED lens or catastrophic
failure of the LED.
5. Repairing
Repair should not be done after the LEDs have been soldered. When repairing is unavoidable, a
double-head soldering iron should be used . It should be confirmed beforehand whether the
characteristics of the LEDs will or will not be damaged by repairing.
6. Caution in ESD
Static Electricity and surge damages the LED. It is recommended to use a wrist band or
anti-electrostatic glove when handling the LED. All devices equipment and machinery must be
properly grounded.

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