Outdoor LED Lighting | View online | January 13, 2010
LEDs Newsletter | January 13, 2010

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HEADLINE NEWS

LEDs steal spotlight in CES TV and display products

$subtitles.get($x) LEDs serve as backlights in HDTVs, business display panels, and computer monitors, and enable new lower-power data projectors.

LED advantages outweigh potential snow hazards in traffic signals

$subtitles.get($x) Transportation departments can mitigate the potential of snow blocking drivers’ view using simple air scoops on traffic signal tunnel visors.

Energy Star challenged over 150 Hz requirement for LED lamps

The Energy Star criteria for Integrated LED Replacement Lamps includes a requirement for 150 Hz operation, which is now being challenged.

TOPAS 2012 consortium targets innovative OLED lighting

BASF, Osram Opto Semiconductors, Philips and Aixtron are project partners in an OLED project funded by the German government.

LED Next Stage, one of the largest LED lighting exhibitions in Japan, will showcase the most advanced products and technology of LED lighting for a four-day period in March 2010. The exhibition helps you to get new chances for business. Please visit www.lednext.jp/en

More Industry News

E.ON and Advanced LEDs Ltd introduce LED street light

$subtitles.get($x) A UK-based LED lighting manufacturer has launched an LED street light in partnership with a power and gas supplier.

Samsung, LG projectors use Luminus LEDs

$subtitles.get($x) A new LED data projector from Samsung has an output of 1,000 ANSI lumens and is powered, like the mobile LG projector, by Luminus LEDs.

Hitachi Cable develops 55-lumen red LED chips

The Japan-based chip and epiwafer manufacturer has developed a fine-line electrode structure to improve light extraction.

Lemnis Lighting partners with Advanced Thermal Solutions to cool 75W LED bulb

Advanced Thermal Solutions has partnered with Lemnis Lighting to develop the next generation of Lemnis’ Pharox LED bulbs.

More Headlines

NanoMarkets projects ramping OLEDs material market driven by lighting

Labsphere and Photal debut Quantum Efficiency Measurement System

Samung delivers transparent OLED display in MP3 player

Albeo announces record year, triples LED lighting manufacturing space

Phoseon Technology announces webcast on UV LED Curing

Carmanah Receives Order for Solar LED Aviation Lights

Kyma Technologies adds to business and technology staffs

Osram Sylvania Socket Survey reveals gap between awareness and adoption

Sharp CES announcements include LED lighting due this spring

Be inspired by Sinolight at ISE 2010

Docter Optics molding processes yield LED lenses

Lighting Science Group Announces New Directors


Application Stories

Delta Electronics LED Streetlights Light Up Taoyuan County

$subtitles.get($x) Delta and the Taoyuan county government set up an LED street lighting pilot project on Taoyuan’s DaShin West Road in support of the county’s long-term goal of greater energy efficiency.

Giant video displays powered by TDK-Lambda

$subtitles.get($x) The $40m, four-sided, high-definition Diamond Vision video board at the Dallas Cowboys stadium uses 22,000 TDK-Lambda ZWS power supplies to light the 25 million LEDs.

Luna Road's Solar Road Studs and Cat Eyes illuminate road in Panama City

Luna Road's new LED Luna Road Light (LR-40 Optimus Series) was installed on and along this new Coastal Beltway in Panama.

More Headlines

NanoMarkets projects ramping OLEDs material market driven by lighting

Labsphere and Photal debut Quantum Efficiency Measurement System

Samung delivers transparent OLED display in MP3 player

Albeo announces record year, triples LED lighting manufacturing space

Phoseon Technology announces webcast on UV LED Curing

Carmanah Receives Order for Solar LED Aviation Lights

Kyma Technologies adds to business and technology staffs

Osram Sylvania Socket Survey reveals gap between awareness and adoption

Sharp CES announcements include LED lighting due this spring

Be inspired by Sinolight at ISE 2010

Docter Optics molding processes yield LED lenses

Lighting Science Group Announces New Directors


Products

NeoPac announces NUP evaluation kit to accelerate LED luminaire

$subtitles.get($x) The NUP Evaluation kit speeds up the pace of evaluating the NeoPac Universal Platform for LED lighting applications and developing new LED lighting fixtures.

BBE LED releases 50W and 96W LED tunnel lights

$subtitles.get($x) BBE's new LED Tunnel Light series fully utilize convection cooling, relying on the air flow caused by car movement and wind through tunnels.

E-Lite introduces Fin-Cool family of LED fixtures for industrial high-bay applications

$subtitles.get($x) The Fin-Cool series of high bay fixtures deliver high lux, superior light quality and longevity for measurable energy reduction and cost savings.

Opto Diode introduces high-output red LEDs

$subtitles.get($x) Opto Diode's new OD-624L red LED has a dominant emission wavelength at 624 nm (typical) and features a narrow beam angle that is ideal for fluorescence in medical, scientific testing instruments, and forensic applications.

More Products

SMD LED modules for signage introduced by LEDKE

Luminus launches SBT-16 PhlatLight LED RGB chipset for pico projectors

Pioneering LED downlight now consumes just 25W

Cooper Lighting introduces 18W track luminaires

Zhihai Technology developed 180W LED high bay light

Deco Lighting introduces SIG3-LED architectural luminaire


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