Wavien, Inc. Licensed Premien Recycling LED Technology to TaYih Industrial Co., Ltd. of Taiwan for Flashlight Applications
VALENCIA, Calif., May 10 /PRNewswire/ — Wavien and TaYih today announced that TaYih Industrial Co., Ltd. has licensed Wavien’s Premien(TM) LED Recycling technology for use in ultra-narrow beam, high-output tactical LED flashlights. This new design produces over 80% increase in output intensity compared to standard technology. Wavien’s Premien Recycling Collar is a very low-cost component that captures the wasted light in conventional LED lighting designs, recycles the light, and directs it back into the output beam. Wavien continues to optimize the system performance using the Recycling Collar and plans to expand the technology into other lighting systems that are compatible with standard lighting fixtures.
“The ability to brightly illuminate an object from a distance with sufficient brightness has been a goal for many lighting designers, especially for specialty flashlight systems where an ultra-narrow, targeted high-intensity beam is needed, such as search and rescue, and law enforcement operations,” stated Dr. Kenneth Li, President and CEO of Wavien, Inc., who is also the inventor of the technology. “Wavien’s Premien technology allows the designers and manufacturers to now look at a completely new line of products that can now benefit from the ultra-bright narrow beam platform,” Dr. Li added.
“LED-based portable lighting equipment has the advantages of high brightness and low power consumption; however, none of the existing commercial, off-the-shelf products really capture the light emitted by the LED efficiently. By using Wavien’s unique Premien LED recycling technology, the greatest performance can be achieved. When I had the first sight on Wavien’s trial product, I was so impressed by Wavien’s amazing R&D capability in the photonics field, and thought that products developed based on this technology will create a brand new market,” stated Mr. Huang, President of TaYih Industrial Co., Ltd.
Differently sized versions of these flashlights have been demonstrated at several major trade shows including LDI 2009 and CES 2010 in Las Vegas. Wavien will again be demonstrating this technology starting June 9th at InfoComm in Las Vegas booth number “North Hall 1066.”
About Wavien, Inc.
Wavien, based in Valencia, California, is a technology licensing company developing long-life, high-performance light sources and engine prototypes for the projection and general lighting industries. Wavien currently offers its unique “Dual Paraboloid Reflector” (DPR(TM)) technology using ultra-high-pressure arc lamps. Wavien is now entering the LED illumination market with its “Premien” recycling LED technology. These technologies improve lamp life, brightness, and efficiency when teamed with applications in the projection display, fiber optics, entertainment, and general lighting markets.
DPR is a registered trademark of Wavien, Inc. Premien is a trademark of Wavien, Inc.
For more information, please visit http://www.wavien.com or contact the company: Harry Farrar Sales and Marketing (661) 294-2900 ext. 210
About TaYih Industrial Co., Ltd.
TaYih, established in 1964 and located in the south of Taiwan, is a professional automotive lamp ODM and OEM manufacturer and enjoyed a 85% market share in Taiwan. In 1997, TaYih entered the rail and aircraft lighting business in the world market. TaYih signed a License Agreement with Wavien, Inc. regarding Wavien’s patented Dual Paraboloid Reflector (DPR) lamp manufacture and sales in 2003. At the same time, TaYih exported automotive OEM lamps to Japan and North America. Following these stages, TaYih has built themselves up as a professional lighting supplier at different industrial fields in the world.
TaYih is certified to International Standards that include QS 9000, ISO 9001, TS 16949, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001.
Entering into the 21st century, TaYih will get involved in the fields of aerospace, railroad and electro-optic industries, expand our business activities, and strive for running business continuously.
For more information, please visit http://www.tayih-ind.com.tw or contact the company:
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