Products, Materials & Tools | Nov 02, 2012

OMC Introduces New Multi-Angle LED Light Tubes that are Bright, Robust and Long Life

OMC, the pioneer in optoelectronics, today announced a new version of their rugged, robust and high-brightness multi-angle LED light tube range which can be used to replace traditional light sources in hundreds of applications, saving power and lasting much longer than fluorescent products.

These compact, low voltage linear LED lighting fixtures feature advanced lens/reflector assemblies that provide extremely bright and uniform illumination across a broad and well-defined target illumination area, with a power consumption of just 2.9W per foot of tube. With a slim profile and robust metal housing, the new light tubes are easy to install and require no additional fixtures or fittings – they are simply screw-mounted to the installation surface using the range of secure, multi-angle brackets provided. The adjustable mounting brackets allow the light to be directed to where it is needed, and low voltage 24V DC operation means that they are safe and simple to power electrically.

Available in one-foot to five-foot tube lengths and dimmable using OMC’s range of controllers, the new LED light tubes are suitable for a wide range of applications in both the commercial and industrial sectors, such as food cabinets, vending machines, CNC machine lighting, POS displays, shelves and cabinets, architectural lighting, freezers, refrigerators and chillers, vehicles, and office, factory, garage and shed illumination.

For additional information please visit http://www.omc-uk.com/lighting/ or contact William Heath at Heathw@omc-uk.com

About OMC:
Founded in the mid 1980s as The Fibre-Data Group, OMC is one of the longest established specialist manufacturers of optoelectronics in Europe, headquartered in Cornwall, UK. Accredited to ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007 and winners of the UK National Electronic Component Award for Innovation, OMC is a pioneer in the development, manufacture and application of cutting-edge LED and fibre-optic technologies for a wide range of industries and companies worldwide, and places a major focus on research and development, engineering and innovation. OMC’s commitment to the highest standards of quality, performance and engineering support is recognised within the industry. OMC has four key manufacturing divisions: Fibre Optics; LED Backlights and Optical Mouldings; Discrete Optoelectronic Components; and Semiconductor (LED) Lighting.

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