|Title:||Luminous efficiency of pd-doped ag-alloy wire bonded led package after reliability tests||Authors:||Yuan, Jui Hung
|Keywords:||Ag-alloy bonding wire | Encapsulation | LED package | Reliability||Issue Date:||1-Jan-2019||Journal Volume:||960 MSF||Source:||Materials Science Forum||Abstract:||
© 2019 Trans Tech Publications Ltd, Switzerland. In this study, binary Ag-alloy wires were doped with different Pd concentrations, and each wire was encapsulated in an LED package. The initial optical characteristics were tested, and reliability was tested with the high temperature storage life (HTSL), high temperature operating life (HTOL) and wet high temperature operating life (WHTOL). The luminous efficiency of the Ag-alloy wire LED package was about 2% higher than that of the Au wire package, but the addition of 6% Pd to the Ag-alloy wire decreased the luminous efficiency to close to that of the Au-wire LED package. This was due to the high reflectivity of silver in the blue wavelength region, as compared to the low reflectivity of palladium. After 1,000 hours of HTOL and WHTOL, the results showed that the performance of luminous flux maintenance increased with increasing Pd content, indicating that Ag-alloy wires doped with a sufficient amount of Pd can inhibit degradation due to oxidation reaction and thermal and humidity aging. Therefore, binary Ag-Pd alloy wires produced with specific drawing and annealing processes are suitable for mid-power white light LEDs in lighting applications.
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