Wavien Inc. will demonstrate its proprietary Recycling LED Technology (RLT™) at the LDI tradeshow at the Orange Convention Center in Orlando, Fla., Oct. 28-30. Wavien’s RLT™ system is a simple, cost-effective way to dramatically increase the “brightness efficiency” of most LED packages.
At the LDI 2011 show, two Wavien licensees, Taiwan Color Optics and TaYih Industrial, will be launching the sale for two new exciting RLT-based products.
Available now is an impressive LED track lighting package that puts high-performance LED chips together with the brightness benefit of RLT. This turn-key design is ready for customization to distributor’s specifications. TaYih Industrial will also be taking orders for its new “Night Navigator” RLT tactical flashlight that clearly outperforms the competitors significantly in brightness thanks to Wavien’s RLT technology.
“RLT is Wavien’s Recycling Light Technology, a compact, low-cost, passive component technology that increases over 2 times the useable light output of conventional LEDs by collecting high angle-led generated light, that would be wasted in conventional illumination systems, and redirecting it into a more compact, useful, and brighter beam. The usable LED light output is significantly boosted by the RLT reflector with no additional LED input power required and no decrease in LED lifetime,” stated Dr. Kenneth Li, President and CEO of Wavien Inc., who is also the inventor of the RLT™ technology.
Wavien, based in Valencia, California, is a technology licensing company developing long-life, advanced high-performance light source solutions for the next generation of projection and consumer lighting industries. Wavien currently offers its unique “Dual Paraboloid Reflector” (“DPR”) technology using ultra-high-pressure arc lamps for education and business uses, and xenon lamps for cinema projectors. Wavien continues to advance the LED illumination market with its recycling (RLT™) technology.
These Wavien-based technologies clearly provide a direct path to the adoption of significant brightness efficiency approaches for a wide variety of lighting applications.
DPR™ and RLT™ are registered trademarks of Wavien® Inc.
For more information, please visit http://www.wavien.com or call 661-294-2900.
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No. 6 College of the Canyons women’s basketball team won its fourth straight game 54-47 over West L.A. College at the Cougar Cage on Saturday, as Monique Febles finished with 17 points and LuLu Salloom pulled down 21 rebounds to keep COC in the win column.