Reverse Costing Report for the Philips L-Prize A19 LED Lamp - The Winner of the DoE L Prize Competition

Nov 18, 2013, 13:13 ET from Research and Markets

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Research and Markets ( have announced the addition of the "Philips L-Prize® A19 LED Lamp Reverse Costing Analysis" report to their offering.

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Philips Lighting has designed this A19 LED lamp replacement for 60W bulbs in order to win the DoE L Prize competition. Technical specifications were fulfilled: omnidirectional light, luminous Flux of 940 lm at 10W, a correlated color temperature (CCT) of 2700K, and a Color rendering index (CRI) of 92.

Product features:

- Winner of the DoE L Prize competition to replace 60W incandescent bulb
- Featuring 9 blue LED and 9 red LED and remote phosphor
- Achieving 940lm for 10W, a color temp. of 2700K with a CRI of 92

This is achieved using 9 blue LEDs and 9 red LEDs assembled on 3 ceramic substrates, combined with 3 remote phosphors to produce the warm color of the bulb. The retail price of the lamp has decreased since its introduction in early 2012, but it is still above the initial objectives. Will it catch up?

System Plus Consulting has performed a full technical and economic analysis of the L-Prize® lamp in order to estimate today manufacturing cost.

This report provides:

- Detailed photos
- Material analysis including phosphor
- LED assembly description
- Detailed bill-of-material
- Assembly process flow
- Manufacturing cost & Selling price estimation

Key Topics Covered:

1. Overview / Introduction

2. Company Profiles
Component Characteristics

3. Physical Analysis
- Packaging
- Disassembly
- Remote Phosphor
- Disassembly
- Connector Board
- LED Substrate
- LED Substrate - Top Side - Global View
- LED Substrate - Top Side - High Resolution Photo
- LED Substrate - Bottom Side - Global View
- LED Substrate - Cross-Section
- LXML-PB02-0080 LED
- LXML-PD01-0040 LED
- Warm color
- Main Board

4. BOM Cost
- Assessing the BOM
- Estimation of the cost of the PCB
- Estimation of the cost of the Electronic Boards
- Estimation of the cost of the Housing and Packaging
- Material cost breakdown

5. Added Value Cost
- Assessing the Added Value (AV) cost
- Main Board Manufacturing Flow
- Main Board Hourly Rates and Cadencies
- Details of the Main Board AV Cost
- Details of the Connector Board AV Cost
- Details of the LED Substrate AV Cost
- Details of the LED Lamp Assembly AV Cost

6. Estimation of the selling price
- Manufacturing Cost Breakdown
- Estimation of the Selling Price
- Functional Breakdown

7. Conclusion

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