June 7, 2016

Guest Blogs

 

LED Light Reparability
By Dr. Giles Humpston | Cambridge Nanotherm
Think back some months, and picture the following scenario: ‘twas the night before Christmas, and suddenly an overhead LED light in the household went out. And so began a tale from the modern age… The LED light in question illuminated the kitchen. No replacement was immediately available, as there is clearly no need to carry spares for a LED light that should last 50,000 hours (according to the marketing information on the box). And being after dusk on Christmas Eve the shops were shut so there was no hope of buying a replacement. <read more>

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  Sponsored Announcement

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 final 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!

  New Products
 

LED-Based Lightguides for Wearables Applications
Wearable technology includes devices such as glasses, headwear, shoes, wrist-worn devices and any other electronic enabled device that can be worn. <read more>

 

Cree Extends OSQ Series to Deliver Efficacy Increase and New Higher Output Luminaire
Cree, Inc. has extended the groundbreaking performance of its OSQ series Area and Flood LED luminaires, delivering up to 58 percent more efficacy on existing lumen packages at up to 136 lumens-per-watt (LPW) for increased energy savings. <read more>

 

Integrated Circuit LED Lighting Solutions Simplify Development of Smart LED Lighting Products
Fairchild has introduced the new FL77944, the first solution in its LED Direct AC Drive family of solid-state LED lighting solutions that manufacturers can use to scale power and create smart and scalable LED-based lighting products. <read more>

 

RayVio Launches Ultraviolet LEDs to Enable Clean Water and Environments
RayVio Corp. has launched a new series of ultraviolet (UV) LEDs with the highest power output available from a small surface mount device (SMD) footprint. <read more>

 

Electrolube’s New Reworkable Thermal Paste Eliminates Pump Out
The rapid growth of LEDs has fuelled innovations in lighting design and has seen applications escalating. <read more>

 

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  Industry News
 

Plastic and Flexible OLED to Reach $18 Billion by 2020
IDTechEx Research has just released new forecasts for the OLED display market. OLED is an emissive display technology, which is gaining significant market share against liquid crystal displays (LCD). <read more>

 

LED Component Test Lab Approved by UL for UL Total Certification Program
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. has announced that its test lab for LED packages and modules has been qualified by UL to operate the UL Total Certification Program (TCP), one of the highest levels of testing and qualification under the UL Data Acceptance Program (DAP). <read more>

 

LED Tubes from Independence LED Lighting Featured on Science Channel
Independence LED Lighting announced that Science Channel will profile the company’s Made in America LED tubes on its celebrated How It’s Made television show. <read more>

 

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Event Listings

Advancements in Thermal Management 2016
Aug. 3-4, 2016
Denver, CO

 

The conference is designed for design engineers, academia, system engineers, material scientists, CTOs and R&D managers with organizations in industries and markets whose products, operations and services depend upon sophisticated and precise control of thermal properties and states. Register Now!


 

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