Zhaga plans a new interchangeable-source Book including COB LEDs. 

Moving below the typical LED modular light engine level, the consortium will develop a specification for the LED-source component — most prominently the COB LED. 

Zhaga plans a new interchangeable-source Book including COB LEDs

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 Moving below the typical LED modular light engine level, the consortium will develop a specification for the LED-source component — most prominently the COB LED.

The Zhaga Consortium has announced plans to develop a specification — a Book in the organization’s parlance — defining mechanical specifications for LED light sources. The Book will focus primarily on chip-on-board (COB) LED arrays, although realistically other types of products could be designed to the specification. The specification is meant to ensure that solid-state lighting (SSL) product developers have access to interchangeable LED sources in new product development.