Fabrication Of Ultraviolet LED Light Source Module Of Current Limiting Diode Circuit By Using Flip Chip Micro Soldering

Title & Authors
Fabrication Of Ultraviolet LED Light Source Module Of Current Limiting Diode Circuit By Using Flip Chip Micro Soldering
Park, Jong-Min; Yu, Soon Jae; Kawan, Anil;

Abstract
The improvement of irradiation intensity and irradiation uniformity is essential for large area and high power UVA light source application. In this study, large number of chips bonded by micro soldering technique were driven by low current, and current limiting diodes were configured to supply constant current to parallel circuits consisting of large number of series strings. The dimension of light source module circuit board was $\small{350{\times}90mm^2}$ and 16,650 numbers of 385 nm flip chip LEDs were used with a configuration of 90 parallel and 185 series strings. The space between LEDs in parallel and series strings were maintained at 1.9 mm and 1.0 mm distance, respectively. The size of the flip chip was $\small{750{\times}750{\mu}m^2}$ were used with contact pads of $\small{260{\times}669{\mu}m^2}$ size, and SAC (96.5 Sn/3.0 Ag/0.5 Cu) solder was used for flip chip bonding. The fabricated light source module with 7.5 m A supply current showed temperature rise of $\small{66^{\circ}C}$, whereas irradiation was measured to be $\small{300mW/cm^2}$. Inaddition, 0.23% variation of the constant current in each series string was demonstrated.
Keywords
Flip-chip LED;UV light source;Micro-soldering;CLD;
Language
Korean
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