Now available; F.E.P. Coating from – F.E.P. is used exclusively on F54T5/HO (54 watt, T5) High Output fluorescent tubes and provides long lasting shatter containment for these high temperature lamps. The fundamental feature of F.E.P. is its superior thermal resistance. This feature is what gives F.E.P. its ability to maintain shatter containment, without degradation, throughout the entire life of the lamp. F.E.P. is extremely strong, puncture resistant and lightweight. It is applied to the fluorescent tube by Norman’s custom developed and semi-automated process which is capable of producing up to 2,000 coated F54T5/HO tubes per hour.
Warranted for Entire Life of The Lamp
Very High Clarity
Will Not Yellow, Cloud or Crack
High Tensile Strength
Heat Resistant up to 400°F (204°C)
Norman’s exclusive process completely and securely encapsulates the entire glass tube including the end caps. In the event of breakage, the glass, phosphors, and mercury remain trapped within the F.E.P. protective envelope. The lamp can then be safely removed and disposed of properly with no harm to people or surroundings.
Beginning Jan 2011, Norman Lamps entire miniature LED product line will be live at NliLEDs.com
Miniature LED products included:
T-1 3/4 (5mm) LEDs ——— Slide Base LEDs ——— Single Chip LEDs
Cluster Top LEDs ———— Decorative LEDs ———- S-6 Cluster Top LEDs
T-8 Surface Mount LEDs — T-8 Piranha LEDs ——— Automotive LEDs
Exit Sign LEDs ————– LED Exit Sign Fixtures – Discrete LEDs
Our Miniature LEDs are available for all applications from indicators, automotive, decorative and more. Available in a wide range of emitted colors (White, Red, Green, Yellow, Amber, and Blue)
In addition to the new site being an extensive source for specifications and cross references, all products will be available for purchase directly online.
Cree’s tests confirmed that the LED produced 208 lumens of light output and achieved 208 lumens per watt efficacy at a correlated color temperature of 4579 K. The tests were conducted under standard LED test conditions at a drive current of 350 mA at room temperature.
“We have now broken the elusive 200-lumen-per-watt efficacy barrier for a single white power LED,” said John Edmond, Cree co-founder and director of advanced optoelectronics. “This is a result of improvements in blue optical output power, lower operating voltage and higher conversion efficiency. We continue to push the envelope in white LED technology to enable the highest efficiency white lighting products in the marketplace.”
While this level of performance is not yet available in Cree’s production LEDs, Cree continues to lead the industry with the broadest family of high-performance LEDs.
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at February 24th, 2010. 2 Comments