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Seoul Semiconductor Launched Ultra-Slim Z-power LED 'Z1' for Lighting
SEOUL, KOREA -- (Marketwire) -- 11/24/08 -- Seoul Semiconductor, a leading LEDmanufacturer, ranking 6th worldwide and 1st in Korea, announced it releaseda 1.4W ultra-slim Z-power LED series 'Z1'; Warm White (part # : NZ10150)and Pure Whi...
LED-based Light Guides Presented As Thinnest for Portable Devices, Laptop/Desktop LCDs and Keypads/Keyboards
Global Lighting Technologies (GLT) has introduced LED-based high-brightness backlights that offer thinness down to 0.4 mm or less for LCDs in an array of consumer electronics products, as well as the keypads/keyboards used in mobile phon...
CFL, LED lamps light up a 'green' world
The energy challenge nowadays is not only to "make more" but also to "use less." Despite the attention given to alternative energies to increase available power, measures intended to conserve energy present an equally important story. ...
U.S. 'smart lighting' effort targets LED-based wireless nets
PORTLAND, Ore. ¡ª A "smart lighting" initiative being funded by the government seeks to piggyback wireless communications capabilities onto future LED lighting installations to provide more broadband access points. The $18.5 million,...
Lighting Science Group Designs, Manufactures, and Installs Interactive Led Lighting Systems for Dutch Nightclub
GOES, Netherlands, Oct 09, 2008 /PRNewswire-FirstCall via COMTEX/ -- Lighting Science Group a global developer and integrator of intelligent and efficient light-emitting diode (LED) solutions, announced today that it has installed severa...
Legislature needs to ease CFL disposal
Swapping incandescent lightbulbs for compact fluorescent lightbulbs is one of the easiest things you can do to help the environment. CFLs last about 10 times longer and quickly pay for themselves. If every household replaced one incandes...
Today's Conservation Alert: GREEN
The Spectrum provides the energy conservation alert Monday through Friday through mid-September in cooperation with the city of St. George and Utah power companies. Today¡¯s alert color is GREEN Residents are asked to follow these nor...
Energy-saving bright lights
MANILA, Philippines¡ªA new set of locally made lighting system that claims to help consumers save up to 80 percent in electric lighting bills is now available. Using the latest technology, the Energy Saving Lamp (ESL) is said to produ...
Energy efficient light bulbs come to Tech, require special disposal
Say goodbye to traditional light bulbs and hello to a more energy-efficient future. An energy bill signed into law by Pres. Bush in December 2007 will phase out Thomas Edison's incandescent light bulb by 2012. The Energy Independen...
LED Lighting Institute Set for May 16 ¨C 18
The next LED Lighting Institute, presented by the Lighting Research Center (LRC), will be held from May 16-18 in Troy, N.Y. The program, which is limited to 30 students, has been extended to three days. In response to suggestions...
OLED Display, Lighting Markets to Expand to $10.9 Billion by 2012
The market for OLEDs used in displays and lighting applications is expected to reach $10.9 billion by 2012, and grow to $15.5 billion by the year 2014, according to a new report from NanoMarkets, an industry analyst firm. A key findi...
Panel changes exterior lighting rules
Salem News staff writer SALEM ¡ª City council held three meetings in succession on Tuesday beginning with the rules and ordinance committee which adopted changes to controlling exterior lighting. Chairman Clyde Brown said light lev...
LED lighting module gets in the mood
Optek Technology has developed a full-colour surface-mount LED package, aimed at architectural lighting as well as mood lighting in homes, shops, cars and planes. ¡°The OVSPRGBCR4 package was designed with a high flux output, low ther...
Sensor Switch Introduces nLIGHT(TM) Lighting Control System at LIGHTFAIR 2007
WALLINGFORD, Conn. --(Business Wire)-- Sensor Switch, the industry leader in the development of occupancy sensor products and technology, introduced its latest innovation, nLight, at LIGHTFAIR 2007. nLight is the first lighting control s...
Philips Joins Alliance to Save Energy in Call for Public Policies on Energy-Efficient Lighting
The Alliance to Save Energy, Philips Lighting North America and other energy-efficiency advocates will join Sen. Mark Pryor (D-Ark.) in a call for public policies that will transform the U.S. marketplace to energy-efficient lighting prod...
LED Lighting Institute Set for May 16 - 18
The next LED Lighting Institute, presented by the Lighting Research Center (LRC), will be held from May 16-18 in Troy, N.Y. The program, which is limited to 30 students, has been extended to three days. In response to suggestions...
LCD TV Prices Reportedly to Drop in 2007
Prices for large-size LCD TVs will continue to slide 25% in China this year since competition will become even more intense, according to the China Video Industry Association (CVIA), as quoted by the China-based ChinaByte.com. The ran...
Electronic information products export expected to hit US$390b
China's export of electronic information products is expected to grow 14 percent year-on-year to 390 billion U.S. dollars this year, China's Ministry of Information Industry has predicted. Our government encouraged large electronic i...
Time to Check Emergency Lighting
Time to Check Emergency Lighting Options If the lights go out, are you ready? Flashlights are the standard standby, but they are only good for as long as the batteries last. If the batteries aren't fresh, that won't be very long. ...
Gov't tightens car export rule
The government yesterday tightened requirements on domestic carmakers and trading companies to qualify for car exports. From March 1, car exporters will have to apply for an export license from the Ministry of Commerce every year...
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