Tawain-based LED maker, Lextar Electronics has launched a smart automotive LED headlight module for adaptive beam headlights (known as Adaptive Driving Beam headlights in Asia), according to a Digitimes article. The module integrates 64 chip-scale package (CSP) high-power LED chips in a matrix.
A CCD (charge-coupled device) lens module recognizes approaching cars coming from the opposite direction to dynamically adjust lighting intensity between low beam and high beam to avoid dazzling drivers and passengers within the coming cars.
Lextar is debuting the module and showcasing other LED automotive lighting devices at 2018 Shanghai International Auto Lamp Exhibition during March 28-29.
In addition to LED headlights, Lextar has also created infrared (IR) LED automotive sensing devices and LED backlighting for automotive displays, all made from anti-sulfurated materials. And all the automotive LEDs have passed the AEC (Automotive Electronics Council)-Q102 quality certification.