Optimized for consumer and high-end tactical portable lighting applications, LEDs from OSRAM Opto Semiconductors provide a high intensity light source while extending product run times.

Lasting longer than their incandescent counterparts, energy efficient LEDs provide scalable lumen packages while maximizing the beam distance and peak beam intensity.

White light offerings include a large range of correlated color temperatures and outstanding color binning for part to part consistency. Low forward voltages result in extended run times, maximizing the usability of the torchlight.

Portable lighting takes a lot of abuse, from rock climbing and mountain biking, to law enforcement and military operations. The durable nature of LEDs make them the perfect lightsource for recreational, professional and tactical portable lighting solutions.

Featured Product: OSLON Square

  • One of the toughest, most versatile LEDs on the market today
  • Withstands difficult environments while maximizing lumens per dollar performance
  • Suitable for indoor and outdoor environments with high humidity

OSRAM LED Down Light

LED products and specifications for portable lighting applications

Product chart for portable lighting applications

Flashlight Reference Design by OSRAM Opto Semiconductors

This reference design incorporates OSRAM Opto Semiconductors’ OSLON SSL LEDs, a custom driver and a custom reflector optic. LEDs in flashlight applications have many advantages. For any battery operated device, efficiency is the key factor that determines the battery run time. Also, small form factor, directional light sources are preferred in flashlights to make the finished product small and compact. LEDs from OSRAM Opto Semiconductors are efficient, small in size and ideal for flashlight applications.

Portable LED Lighting

LEDs from OSRAM Opto Semiconductors provide a high intensity source while extending product run times, great for an unexpected power outage.

Portable LEDs for Lighting

LEDs used for portable lighting allow for a tight, collimated spot size and uniform field of light.