Thursday, November 30, 2006

Norfolk Power wants participants to know a LED light recall does not affect lights given out in their exchange program. Over the weekend, there was a manufacturers recall of "Greenlite" LED lights. The LED lights given out by the Norfolk Power seasonal light exchange are from Holiday Creations, and have no manufacturing issues.

Thursday, November 16, 2006


Parties interested in becoming LLFY affiliates can register directly through the platform or by contacting OSRAM Opto Semiconductors. Upon successful completion of the certification process, partners are included in the network and activated on the Web portal. Through partner events and workshops on optical, thermal and electronic solutions, partner companies have the opportunity to further enhance their expertise on LEDs and to exchange know-how with other network partners.

OSRAM Opto Semiconductors operates the website; however, business relationships occur directly between certified partners and customers. OSRAM Opto Semiconductors’ LLFY serves as a “contact” platform, not as a sales platform. Complete LED systems are offered through OSRAM’s LED Systems Division.

LED Light for you is one more step to help OSRAM Opto Semiconductors’ customers be successful in the general lighting arena.

Friday, November 10, 2006

Imagine the next time you join a discussion about LED Light. When you start sharing the fascinating LED Light facts below, your friends will be absolutely amazed.

One, produced by Opto Technology, which makes optoelectronic and LED-related products for the biomedical and analytical-instrumentation industry, is a broadband white-LED light engine (the OTLA-0130). But, in fact, it is not just a white-light LED; it integrates a white LED with four narrowband LEDs emitting at 395, 470, 630, and 660 nm in a small package. The emitting source size is less than 2 mm in diameter, allowing the emitter to be coupled to optical systems including fiber optics and focusing optics. In addition, each LED can be individually addressed for separate pulsing and intensity balancing. Electrical termination is through an industry-standard edge connector or by soldering wires directly to the circuit board.

Most of this information comes straight from the LED Light pros. Careful reading to the end virtually guarantees that you'll know what they know.

Potential instrumentation applications include fluorescence, absorbance, transmittance, reflectance, and color-metric measurements. The emitter may be customized to fit specific applications--for example, by fitting additional LED wavelengths into the existing package.

As your knowledge about LED Light continues to grow, you will begin to see how LED Light fits into the overall scheme of things. Knowing how something relates to the rest of the world is important too.

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