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Products, Materials + Tools | Apr 22, 2009

LEDs America, Inc. Launches the Greenest Light Bulb

ECO friendly light bulb which is fully recyclable, saves 90% in energy, has a lifetime over 5 years at half the price of today's LED lights.
Leds America, Inc. a breakthrough in developing a LCC- LED Cluster Chip technology light source to replace incandescent bulbs.
  
The lumens output equivalent to a 100W standard bulb is replaced by a 10W Led-O, which will save 90% of the energy used currently. The new proprietary technology also allows the lights to be dimmable. Combined the features will save over 90% of the energy used in standard bulb, and 50% compared to a CFL, emitting no of UV light and having no mercury.
  
The Led-O is 100% recyclable, its life time is over 5 years, works in -40 degree temperature and is practically unbreakable.
 
Current products include replacements for 100W, 75W, 60W and 40W bulbs and a low profile light bar that measures less than ¼” thick. All products provide energy savings of up to and even exceeding 90% and come with a full 2 year factory warranty.
  
BasicTechnical Data:

Lumens

900

LEDs

1 * 10W

Angles

180

Cover

Opaque

Light

Warm White

 

Day light

Ballast

No

Length

4 Ft

Model

 

Dimmable

Yes

Connectors

E-26

 

Bayonet

Replaces

Incandescent

Led-O advantages

Brightest LED chips
No UV or RF interference
10 times longer life than conventional bulbs
High vibration tolerance
3 Year Warranty
Instant Soft Start
Maintenance free
Reduced Heat Gain


“Our team of experts discovered a way to create a LCC light source that has a life of over 5 years, is recyclable, contains no glass, has no fragile parts, uses no gases and works in virtually any temperature. We were told this was not possible, but did not give up in our product development and finally solved all the problems” says Joel Westermarck from Leds America, Inc.
 
“We are also in the process of developing manufacturing plants right here in the United States with the help and cooperation of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers” said Mr. Westermarck.
  
The lights will be marketed under the Led-O brand name which will have its first launch at the New York Light Fair May 5-7, 2009 booth 284.
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