Plasma Lighting Hits Its Stride at LIGHTFAIR 2010
LAS VEGAS, May 13 /PRNewswire/ — In the clearest sign yet that Light Emitting Plasma(TM) (LEP) has hit the mainstream as a solution for high-intensity lighting applications, this week’s LIGHTFAIR International trade show features more luminaires using plasma technology than any prior show. 40-plus fixtures on display at the Vegas exhibition are illuminated by LUXIM’s tic-tac-sized LEP product. This is five times as many as last year. And for the third consecutive year, LEP appeared in the show’s prestigious awards line-up. Yesterday, LUXIM customer, PEMCO Lighting Products captured honors in the Roadway, Sports, Outdoor Architectural and Site Lighting category for its Sentinel Plasma Luminaire.
LEP’s chief advantages over conventional High-Intensity Discharge (HID) lamps are longer life, brighter output and greater energy savings. For example, LUXIM’s newest product, the 23,000-lumen STA-41 is the most powerful light source for general lighting applications. Its compact form factor means it can be flexibly deployed to deliver energy savings in multiple applications, while its 50,000-hour life is three times longer than HID lamps. Moreover, it can be dimmed to 20 percent–a feature that offers additional energy savings.
To view LUXIM’s products, visit the company at LIGHTFAIR International at the Las Vegas Convention Center, May 11-14, Booth 2201.
LEP is a trademark of LUXIM. Other company and product names used in this press release are trademarks of the parties indicated.
SOURCE LUXIM Corp.