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Famous Port of Los Angeles bridge lit up with vibrant blue LED lights [1/2]
by LEDtronics - 2013-05-24 10:14 - 5,077 views
January 30, 2005 Product page: http://www.ledtronics.com/products/Pr... Press release: http://www.ledtronics.com/Media/Press... Home page: http://www.ledtronics.com/ Pervaiz Lodhie of LEDtronics proposed the innovative idea of implementing solar-energy in tandem with the LED lights. A 4.5- kilowatt solar-panel system located near the bridge generates electricity that is then sold to the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power. While the LED lights themselves do not directly tap into the solar-generated power, the Vincent Thomas Bridge is the first of its kind to leverage solar-generated power to pay for the cost of operating decorative lighting. A total of 160 LED fixtures light both sides of the bridge, 80 LEDtronics units affixed to the apex of the suspension cables along with an additional 80 located at deck level. Each LED fixture consumes only 19.5 Watts of power, making LEDs the perfect complement to solar energy. Several variations of LED lamps were tested before the solar-powered, envi...
LEDtronics Energy Saving LED Lights on Torrance CitiCable TV Show
by LEDtronics - 2013-05-24 10:13 - 5,122 views
In an interview with reporter Perrine Bakhshay for the half-hour This Week in Torrance program, Mr. Lodhie told its Southern California viewers that light-emitting diodes hold tremendous promise for a world that faces diminishing energy resources. LED bulbs are the most ideal complements to alternative energy solutions, as they make perfect use of the relatively small amounts of power generated by such sources as wind, solar and tides, said Mr. Lodhie, whom the anchor introduced as an innovator intent on reinventing the light bulb.
hazard warninglight mini
by LEDtronics - 2013-05-24 10:12 - 6,621 views
LEDtronics LED hazard Warring lamp in a One 6 volt DC Fixture. LED hazard Warring lamp webpage link; http://www.ledtronics.com/products/Pr... LED Bulb for Obstruction/Hazard/Barricade Warning Lights 6 VoltDC, 9mm (T3¼) SC Bayonet Base - Available in Neg. or Pos. Centers
LED hazard Warring lamp in a 2 6 volt DC Fixture
by LEDtronics - 2013-05-24 10:11 - 6,361 views
LEDtronics LED hazard Warring lamp in a 2 6 volt DC Fixture. LED hazard Warring lamp webpage link; http://www.ledtronics.com/products/Pr... LED Bulb for Obstruction/Hazard/Barricade Warning Lights 6 VoltDC, 9mm (T3¼) SC Bayonet Base - Available in Neg. or Pos. Centers
LED Lights
by LEDtronics - 2013-05-24 10:11 - 5,956 views
LED lights for a wide range of lighting applications from LED traffic lights, LED Streetlights, wall up or down lights, area/spot lights to Decor LED Bulbs. A Showroom of possibilities from LEDtronics. www.LEDtronics.com
PAR16 LED Bulb
by LEDtronics - 2013-05-24 10:10 - 6,078 views
LEDtronics® announces its latest generation of PAR16-style LED spotlight bulbs. Made up of three 1-watt, high-power LEDs, the PAR16 LED bulb is a direct drop-in replacement in standard E26 Edison-base PAR16 fixtures. Our LED PAR16 is a more energy- efficient alternative to the standard 20-30 watt PAR16 incandescent bulbs, saving up to 90% in energy costs while combining advanced Light Emitting Diode (LED) technologies, constant light output and light optimizing design, producing up to 120 lumens of vivid light while only consuming 3.3 Watts of energy. PAR16 LED bulbs are available in a 20° light-emitting viewing angle, running on 80V AC to 260V AC current. The LEDtronics PAR16-style lamp replaces a standard 20W-30W PAR16 incandescent bulb, but has a maximum power draw of only 3.3W. With a low power draw, high shock/vibration resistance, and long- lived high-power white LEDs — white LEDs lasting up to 50,000 continuous hours — one can see the savings quickly add up. Available in 3000 Kelvin Warm White color, the PAR16 LED lamp runs cooler than other 3.3W LED PAR16 bulbs. There are many ideal applications for this rugged, long-life PAR16 ...
PAR30 LED Bulb
by LEDtronics - 2013-05-23 17:30 - 7,405 views
LEDtronics® announces its latest generation of PAR30-Style LED spotlight bulbs. The PAR30 LED bulb is made up of five three-Watt high-power LEDs. PAR30 LED bulbs are direct incandescent PAR30 replacements, combining advanced Light Emitting Diode (LED) technologies, standard 25mm Edison screw-in bases, and light optimizing designs producing 480 to 544 lumens of vivid light depending on the bulb model. PAR30 LED bulbs are available in a 40° light-emitting viewing angle, running on 80V to 260V AC current. Other voltages like 12Volt AC or DC are optionally available for qualifying customers. The LEDtronics PAR30-style lamp replaces a 50W to 75W PAR30 incandescent bulb but has a maximum power draw of only 15.8W. With a low power draw, high shock/vibration resistance, and long- lived high-power white LEDs — white LEDs lasting up to 50,000 continuous hours — you can see the savings quickly add up. PAR30 LED lamps are available in color temperatures of 3000Kelvin Warm White and 5000Kelvin Pure White. There are many ideal applications for this rugged long-life PAR30 LED bulb; track lighting, accent lighting, general area lighting, architectural...
Micro One Watt LED Powerful Flashlight
by LEDtronics - 2013-05-23 17:28 - 7,003 views
LEDtronics®, the proven performer in LED technology, introduces a new Micro High-Power LED Flashlight. While continuing the durability of its predecessors, the new Micro FlashLED is more powerful than most LED flashlights on the market today. It has a one-watt, 80-lumen LED chip that emits over 4,300 end foot- candles (4300cd) of bright Cool White (8000 Kelvin) light thats powerful enough and lasts long enough to light your way — all the way home. Other LED light colors are available for qualified customers. Micro FlashLED operates on three standard, replaceable, AAA-cell- type alkaline batteries. Since LEDs are 80-90% more energy efficient than incandescent lamps, the unit operates 20 - 30 times longer than the comparable incandescent flashlight, providing up to 96 hours or 4 days of continuous illumination at a diminishing light output rate. It retains 50% of its light output after one hour of continuous use. The exterior is made of anodized aluminum to resist corrosion, impact and scratching. With a brushed aluminum finish, modest styling and sleek form, Micro FlashLED makes a discrete addition to a ladys handbag, a schoolchilds bac...
Solar Powered Flashing LED Safety Bike Light
by LEDtronics - 2013-05-23 17:24 - 7,123 views
LEDtronics® announces its latest solar-powered LED safety light for outdoor evening activities, such as bicycling, walking, jogging and inline skating. Now any outdoorsman can carry an extra measure of security into the backcountry or when battling for a spot on the concrete jungle, with a new compact and lightweight Flashing LED Solar-Powered Safety Bike Light. Time and time again traffic safety studies have shown that bicyclists experience higher safety rates with the use of lights that make them more visible to motorists, during both the day and night. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administrations statistics, 33 percent of bicyclist fatalities in 2002 occurred between the hours of 5:00 pm and 9:00 pm. A more recent study by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, 22% of bicyclist fatalities in 2006 occurred between 6 pm and 9 pm—the most during the day, while 18% took place between 9 pm and midnight. The most common advice given by biking magazines and websites: If youre riding at night, you absolutely should use a flashing red rear light. They all agree that bicycle reflectors are not sufficient for safety. ...
MR16 GU10 LED Lamps
by LEDtronics - 2013-05-23 15:34 - 7,644 views
TORRANCE, CA — August 15, 2008 — LEDtronics® introduces an addition to its line of drop-in replacement MR16-styled /GU10- based LED bulbs: High-powered 3.3-Watt LED lamps. Two major advantages distinguish this new bulb over other GMR16 LED lamps. First, it is engineered to handle the variations in voltages that may accompany noisy or dirty AC (but not DC) power supplies, eliminating potential burnout from incoming voltage that is higher than the lamps capacity. Second, the new 3.3-Watt MR16/GU10 bulb eliminates the need to stock a variety of LED MR16/GU10 bulbs to coordinate with different voltages that power sources of 80- 260 volts AC may present, simplifying procurement and inventory procedures. High-powered 3.3-watt LED MR16/GU10 bulbs (Series Number GMR16-5W) have the following characteristics: Bi-pin bases just like standard incandescent MR16/GU10-based bulbs, and light outputs of 123 lumens using only 3.3 watts with input voltage range of 80-260VAC. The bulb features three High-Power LEDs and is offered in Warm White (3000 Kelvin) color temperature and in 20° spotlight beam angle. With factory approval, MR16/GU10 3.3W bulbs may be...

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