Products, Materials & Tools | May 30, 2012

Prolight Opto COB Light Engine (Chip On Board) Series

ProLight COB light engine series is a compact high flux density light source with multi-chips in array. Featuring aluminum PCB, the COB LEDs are designed for large, open area lighting, including street, wide area, high/low bay, and commercial lighting, speeding up the replacement of halogen, incandescent and fluorescent conventional light sources.

Contact information:
Address /  No. 89, Xiyuan Rd, Zhongli City, Taoyuan County 320, Taiwan (R.O.C)
Tel /  +886-3-461-8618
Fax /  +886-3-461-8677
Mail /  sales@prolightopto.com
http://www.prolightopto.com

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