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TESS T-6C007W 12W 1000lm A19 LED Lamp Reverse Costing Analysis - Product Image

TESS T-6C007W 12W 1000lm A19 LED Lamp Reverse Costing Analysis

  • ID: 2500256
  • March 2013
  • Region: Global
  • 61 Pages
  • System Plus Consulting

How Taiwan TESS is improving price-performance ratio of LED lamps Solutions used for a low cost yet efficient 70W lamp replacement

TESS (Top Energy Saving System Corp.), a leading LED lamp supplier from Taiwan is promoting a range of low cost replacement lamps at aggressive prices.

In a standard A19 shape, the LED based TESS Lamp integrates 18 warm white LEDs assembled on an IMS substrates. The driver electronic board is assembled in the base of the lamp. The heat dissipation is performed by the body in aluminum.

The main cost drivers have been optimized in this lamp.

The lamp is not dimmable to limit the electronic complexity. The thermal contacts are not optimum and the light diffusion is not uniform.

The LED lamp analyzed in this report has a luminous Flux of 1000 lm at 12W and a correlated color temperature (CCT) of 3000K, which make it suitable for decorative and ambient lighting.

How Taiwan TESS is improving price-performance ratio of LED lamps Solutions used for a low cost yet efficient 70W lamp replacement This reverse costing report provides a complete teardown of the LED with:

- Detailed photos
- Material analysis
- In-depth economical analysis
- Manufacturing cost breakdown
- Selling price estimation

1. Overview / Introduction 3
Introduction
The course of the analysis

2. Company Profile 6
Company Profile
Component Characteristics

3. Physical Analysis 9
- 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
- LCW JDSH.EC-FSFU-5R8T-L1N2 LED
- LCW JDSH.EC-FSFU-5R8T-L1N2 LED

- Driver Board 33

3. BOM Cost 40
- 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

4. Added Value Cost 48

- Assessing the Added Value (AV) cost
- Driver Board Manufacturing Flow
- Driver Board Hourly Rates and Cadencies
- Details of the Driver Board AV Cost
- Details of the LED Substrate AV Cost
- Details of the LED Lamp Assembly AV Cost
- Functional Breakdown
5. Estimation of the selling price 59
- Manufacturing Cost Breakdown
- Estimation of the Selling Price

6. Contact 61

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