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zzz (redztt67) wrote,
@ 2012-07-25 18:22:00
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    Let us get much more information about accent lighting

    LED system is rapidly replacing the current deployment of incandescent and fluorescent lighting systems, high maintenance and very inefficient. By using state-of-the-art led lights with high efficiency and advanced thermal design, these systems produce superior; high-intensity lighting consumes less electricity, and provide better reliability. This can reduce the cost of daily field operations, and allows the unused energy can be applied to other more important action.

    LED accent lighting fixtures contain multiple high-powered LED to provide a uniform, high-quality output light for optimum illumination. They are inherently slim and lightweight, with a modular design, which makes them very adaptable to a variety of shelter shapes and sizes. Fixtures can be easily integrated into new lighting system designs or retrofitted into existing configurations using either ac or dc power distribution. Their small form factor and atypical flush ceiling and wall mounts provide extra clearance, which is important in tight=fitting shelters. Multiple fixtures can also be daisy-chained to provide appropriate coverage in improvised settings.

    Units are extremely durable with rated lifetimes in excess of 75,000 hours. Their maintenance-free operation eliminates the need to store and transport fragile replacement bulbs and fixtures common with conventional systems easing the logistical needs during field operations. Advanced systems are being powered by solar panels so that they can be self-sustaining.

    For the LED to become widely established in accent lighting, the component cost must come down significantly while maintaining the same level of quality and performance, We are developing new methods along the entire technology chain for this purpose, from chip technology to production processes and housing technology.” Mathematically speaking, it is already possible today to fabricate over 17,000 LED chips of one square millimeter in size on a 150-millimeter (6-inch) wafer. Larger silicon wafers could increase productivity even more; researchers have already demonstrated the first structures on 200-millimeter (approx. 8-inch) substrates. http://www.ledlightprice.com/



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