may 3, 2016

Guest Blogs

 

How Recycled Energy Waste from LEDS can Make Horticulture More Efficient
By Dr. Giles Humpston | Cambridge Nanotherm
One of the often-cited advantages of LEDs over tungsten filament and fluorescent lights is their high efficiency. A good quality white LED can convert around 40 percent of the electrical energy to light. While this sounds impressive when compared to other light sources it still means 60 percent of the electricity is wasted as heat. Of LEDs that work in the visible spectrum green devices are the least efficient, maxing out at around 20 percent, while UVC LEDs struggle to achieve double figures. <read more>

 

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  Sponsored Announcement

Blog Contributors Needed

Share Your Expertise. LED Journal is looking for knowledgeable professionals in the LED industry who’d like to contribute to our 2016 guest blog to be featured on the website and eNewsletter. Contributors can submit as often as they choose (1x, weekly, monthly, etc).

 

We ask that all content be written exclusively for LED Journal’s website. Your blog will be featured in the month it’s published on the website, in the eNewsletter, and on our Social Media sites. If interested in more details, contact Heather Williams.

  New Products
 

CST and Luceda Partner for Optical Integrated Circuit Design
CST – Computer Simulation Technology AG (CST) and Luceda Photonics have announced their partnership to make layout, physical simulation and circuit simulation of optical components easily available within a single framework. <read more>

 

Everlight Electronics Releases New UV LEDs
Everlight Electronics Co., Ltd. has released five new UV LEDs. <read more>

 

Dimming Interface IC Reduces Component Count and Board Space
Infineon Technologies AG has launched the CDM10V. The compact and highly integrated LED lighting interface IC allows designers to replace many of the discrete components used in conventional dimming schemes with a single device. <read more>

 

Ring Light Brings New Functionality to Lighting Applications
The new ring light from Global Lighting Technologies is a bright and uniform circle of LED-based illumination that lends a special look and appeal to lighting applications. <read more>

 

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  Industry News
 

Sapphire Substrate Continues to Dominate LED Market
As a substrate sapphire has two main advantages: first, there is existing industry expertise with the material and production is set up to use sapphire; and second, there is high availability of low-cost sapphire, enabling inexpensive LEDs to be produced. <read more>

 

Cree Releases New TrueWhitePlus Technology
Cree, Inc. reinvents the LED light experience with the introduction of TrueWhitePlus Technology, a spectral control breakthrough that delivers better light experiences. <read more>

 

Cambrios Restarts Its Silver Nanowire Business
Champ Great Int’l Corp. has purchased in assignment for the benefit of creditor (ABC) proceedings the assets of the former Cambrios Technologies Corp., the Sunnyvale, CA-based leader in silver nanowire technology. <read more>

 

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Event Listings

Advancements in Thermal Management Final Program Released

The final program has been announced for the 2016 Advancements in Thermal Management Conference. The program will feature speakers from industry leaders such as IBM Research and the IBM Advanced Thermal Lab, University of California - Riverside, Outlast Technologies/CoorTek, FLIR, and many more. View the preliminary program.

 

Thermal 2016 will boast the largest program in the event's history with more sessions and several pre-conference workshops, making it the most comprehensive thermal educational conference experience in the industry. Sign up today!


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