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LED

light emitting diode.
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Mimoodz smart LED bulb enables users to dim the lights, change the color, and easily create different moods with just a few clicks on their iPhone app.
XR46073 targets A19 LED bulbs with more integrated two-step current controller
The Flamber 9-Watt LED bulb can light up with a mere touch of moisture, and is highly portable and multi-functional as it can serve the functionality of an LED bulb, a handheld flashlight, a camping light, an emergency lantern and a power inverter," said Sajan Joseph George, chairman and group CEO of Jupiter Group, the parent company of the Vinverth brand.
Additional factors, like more stringent energy codes, increases in the cost of electricity and a renewed interest in sustainable building design, have also contributed to the development of more efficient light sources, especially screw-in LED bulbs that can be used as direct replacements for incandescent bulbs.
The new household LED bulbs are essentially comprised of hundreds of little LEDs of different colors that together emit a white light that is softer and more pleasant than that of compact fluorescents.
We believe this breakthrough LED bulb will, for the first time, give consumers a reason to upgrade the billions of energy-wasting light bulbs.
Company Chairman Wilfred Wang estimated Taiwan's market for LED bulbs at 1.
At only 8 watts and with a 25,000 hour life rating, Lighting Science Group's DEFINITY MRI6 HO LED bulb is up to 33% more efficient than competitive products while staying within the industry accepted form factor and not using any moving parts like fans to achieve its superior performance, say company officials.
GE's 27 W Energy Smart LED bulb, on store shelves next year, was showcased last month at Lightfair International in Las Vegas, the world's largest lighting trade show.
The GE Energy Smart 27-watt LED bulb incorporates proprietary synthetic jet technology that was enabled by GE's collaboration with ecomagination challenge winner Nuventix, creator of LED cooling technologies for energy-efficient lighting.
A cheaper and less efficient version of the LED bulb is already sold by Philips in the US and Europe.