The Daylight Omega 7 ESD Magnifier is an ergonomic and professional magnifying lamp that uses carbon fibre and special conductive coatings to ensure 100% ESD compliance for the lifetime of the magnifier.
The Osram plant in Berlin is celebrating 100,000,000 xenon lamps. Since the introduction of xenon technology in the 1970s, 100 million xenon lamps have been produced at the plant.
O.C. White has launched the ESD-safe Green-Lite series of LED magnifying lamps - made in the USA, all metal, ruggedly constructed and with long reach and strong springs. They have clear optical grade 4 diopter (2x) magnification that meets IPC-A-610E.
The Verbatim VxRGB Vivid Vision is an MR16 directional LED lamp designed to meet requirements in professional applications such as hospitality venues, sophisticated retail outlets and museums where high-contrast lighting enhances the unique features of artworks.
Decking your home with Christmas lights soon won’t include the hassle of burnt-out bulbs or broken strands. Scientists at Wake Forest University have made a new kind of light from mouldable plastic, which can glow in any colour, won’t shatter and won’t leave you with the problem of searching for the one bad bulb on a strand of dozens.
Marl International has introduced a series of BA15d LED bulb replacements using half the power of the existing range and based on the latest surface-mount LED technology.
Megaman’s GA911i energy-efficient lamp, a straight replacement for the household incandescent lamp, has an average life of 15,000 h compared with the average incandescent lifetime of 1000 h.
Technology that first appeared in digital watches and calculators back in the 1970s is being used to develop durable and community friendly low-energy street lighting.
Integrated Electronic Solutions (IES) was presented the EIA Gold Cup for Excellence in Engineering and Commercialisation, during the Electronics Industry Association (EIA) annual dinner, by EIA president Peter Charlesworth.
An electronics company in Brisbane is one of three firms that have recently installed HALT (highly accelerated life testing) chambers. The other installations are in New Zealand.