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Products, Materials + Tools | Oct 29, 2007

Delta Introduces New Energy-saving LED Backlight and General LED Lighting Modules at FPD Exhibition

Delta Electronics, Inc., announced that it has developed an advanced, energy-saving LED backlight module (BLM), which will be demonstrated at the Flat Panel Display (FPD) exhibition in Japan from October 24-26, 2007.

This advanced optical product, which possesses a key patent portfolio, allows LEDs to achieve a maximum homogeneous illumination. The LED BLM features electricity saving, good heat dissipation performance, a wide gamut range, and a reduced number of LEDs.

"Delta is pleased to cooperate with the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI). We have a solid foundation in the fields of BLM, key components, and lighting." said Mr. Roland Chiang, director of the CPBG Advanced Lighting Business Department at Delta Electronics. "Our cooperation with the Material and Chemical Research Laboratories of ITRI has provided a number of patents which apply to lighting. This cooperation has added the new LED BLM product to Delta's green energy product roadmap and has furthered Delta's mission in the promotion of energy-saving and environmental protection." Mr. Chiang congratulated the Material and Chemical Research Laboratories on receiving the silver label of the 2007 National Invention and Creation Award for developing a lens to achieve homogeneous illumination.

LED BLM technology can be applied to many products, ranging from small cellular phones, to large outdoor exhibition boards, as well as lighting for both interior and exterior applications. LED BLM technology has the advantages of high power efficiency, good performance in thermal dissipation and substantial reduction of power consumption.

Delta's general LED lighting uses 4-wavelength mixed LEDs to increase color rendering index and achieve luminance uniformity. Take the reading lamp for instance, it has customized color temperature segmentation control, which allows for light selection (from 2,800K to 6,500K), and power consumption reduction up to 75% as compared to a regular non-flickering lamp. In addition, it is mercury-free, environmentally-friendly, and durable.

 
About Delta Electronics, Inc.:
Since its inception in 1971, Delta has carried out a mission of developing and manufacturing energy saving and environmentally friendly products. Mr. Bruce Cheng, the founder and chairman of Delta Electronics, is widely acknowledged for his long time devotion and advocacy of environmental protection and energy saving. During the recent award ceremony for CommonWealth Magazine's "Most Admired Company", Mr. Cheng received the Most Admired Executive award based on a poll of 842 entrepreneurs and scholars. Delta has received CommonWealth Magazine's "Most Admired Company" award for six consecutive years (2002-2007). Delta's has developed and produced environmentally-friendly and energy-saving products that include mercury-free flat lamp BLMs, PV inverters that reach 97.5% efficiency, and a III-V concentrator photovoltaic that reaches 35% efficiency.
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