Products, Materials & Tools | Oct 27, 2011

Future Lighting Solutions Demonstrates Remote Phosphor Downlight Solution

Future Lighting Solutions has announced plans to unveil its newest lighting innovation, the Remote Phosphor Downlight Solution at the Hong Kong International Lighting Fair, October 27-30, 2011.

Visitors to the Future Lighting Solutions booth, located at 1D-D32 in the Hall of Aurora, will learn about the latest LED technologies and how they can help decrease time to market. Featured will be an innovative Remote Phosphor Downlight Solution, comprised of LUXEON® Royal Blue LEDs, a Cubilux mixing chamber from CerFlex International, a ChromaLit™ Remote Phosphor Light Source Element, and also includes a reflector and a heat sink. This remote phosphor solution offers cost savings, improved efficacy up to 30%, and a drastic reduction in glare. It also allows for the flexibility to change CCT and CRI by exchanging the remote phosphor element.

“This design approach enables customers to have a highly customizable option at their fingertips from readily available components, allowing for a drastic reduction in design time, and a quicker time to revenue,” explained Patrick Durand, Worldwide Technical Director for Future Lighting Solutions.

This annual event, organized by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council and held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center, is the largest autumn lighting fair in Asia, featuring over 2,000 exhibitors from more than 35 countries around the world.

About Future Lighting Solutions:
Future Lighting Solutions is a leading provider of solid-state lighting technologies, engineering expertise and online simulation and design tools to facilitate application development and accelerate customers’ time to market. Our comprehensive portfolio includes a broad selection of LED system components, as well as integrated or customized solutions to enable cost effective, energy efficient lighting applications.
From retrofitting bulbs to building LED systems from the ground up, we offer industry leading LEDs, optical solutions, power modules and ICs, passive and active thermal solutions, light engines, modular systems, planar lighting and remote phosphor technologies.
Our world-class team of lighting experts, along with our global lighting resource centers, supply chain solutions and network of specialized partners, ensures the highest quality solid-state lighting solutions for customers.
The company is a division of Future Electronics. For more information visit:
www.FutureLightingSolutions.com.

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