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Products, Materials + Tools | May 23, 2008

DiCon Introduces New LED Lighting Products at Lightfair

DiCon Fiberoptics, Inc. will introduce its new SweetSpotTM LED-driven luminaire, a true alternative to luminaires using 35W MR-16 bulbs, at next week’s Lightfair show in Las Vegas, Nevada (May 28-30, 2008). Also on display will be DiCon’s prototype 2000+ lumen, 110v AC-driven FloodLamp.
SweetSpotTM LED-Driven Luminaire:
DiCon Fiberoptics, Inc. will introduce its new SweetSpotTM LED-driven luminaire, a true alternative to luminaires using 35W MR-16 bulbs, at next week’s Lightfair show in Las Vegas, Nevada (May 28-30, 2008). The SweetSpotTM is packaged in a sleek housing designed to fit seamlessly into any contemporary setting. It will be offered in a range of options including Multicolor RGB lamps for decorative and entertainment lighting, Tunable White lamps that let the user match the lighting to the mood, and fixed white lamps for task and architectural lighting applications. The SweetSpotTM is currently available in sample quantities.
Performance:
• True 35W MR-16 performance from an LED source
• High CRI white light source
• 16.7 million color gamut
• Reliable, Robust, LED lifetime

Features:
• Dynamic, programmable color control
• DMX512 compatible
• Low power; compact design
• 360-degree pivot base

Applications:
• Accent Lighting
• Display Lighting
• Retail Display
• Entertainment
• Task Lighting
• Safety Illumination

White Light Additions:  FiberLampFamily:
In addition to the SweetSpot™, DiCon will introduce new white light models to its family of LED FiberLamps™. All FiberLamp™ models, including the very bright indoor and outdoor FiberLamps™ as well as the quieter, smaller Fanless FiberLamp™, will now be available in a Tunable White versions that produce adjustable light from warm white (2700K) through cool white (6500K) with the push of a button, as well as fixed warm white (2700K), neutral white (4000K), and cool white (6500K) versions. FiberLamp™ illuminators couple a vast array of light combinations into fiber applications such as neon light replacement, entertainment, landscape architecture, retail display, and more. FiberLamp™ illuminators save energy through the use of high brightness LEDs that deliver light to where you need it most.

Out of the Lab:  2000 lumen, AC-driven FloodLamp:
Also on display will be DiCon’s prototype 2000+ lumen, 110v AC-driven FloodLamp.  Taking advantage of DiCon’s strengths in managing high-density LED arrays; this newest prototype demonstrates the capabilities of increased brightness as well as the required thermal management.    

These latest additions to DiCon’s Solid-state Lighting family build on our growing line of Smarter, Smaller, and Brighter LED products. For more information, please contact DiCon Fiberoptics, Inc. at (510) 620-5250 or sales@diconlighting.com. Product information can also be found at DiCon’s website, http://www.diconlighting.com.  Visit DiCon Fiberoptics at Booth # 2893 at Lightfair.

About DiCon:
DiCon Fiberoptics Inc. is one of the world's largest suppliers of passive components, modules and test instruments for the fiberoptic communications industry. Founded in 1986, DiCon has established itself as a leader in the design, manufacture and marketing of a broad portfolio of state-of-the-art products that filter, split, attenuate, switch, combine and monitor light in optical networks as well as automate testing of optical devices and subsystems DiCon is a recognized industry innovator in thin-film coating, micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS), micro-optic design, fused fibers, advanced packaging and other evolving technologies designed to address the rapidly changing needs of both new and well-established customers in the telecommunications industry.

DiCon conducts research, development, manufacturing and marketing at its headquarters in Richmond, California. The company also operates a manufacturing and sales facility in Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
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