Next Gen Illumination announces use of Acriche chip
November 17, 2008
Next Gen Illumination, Inc. incorporates the Acriche chip in its line of universally dimmable solid state lighting PAR lamps.
Next Gen Illumination, Inc. (NGI), based in Fayetteville, Arkansas announces the use of Seoul Semiconductor’s Acriche chip. NGI is utilizing the Acriche in its PAR series lamps. These lamps are patent pending universally dimmable solid state lighting products designed as direct replacements in existing fixtures.
Jeff Beaver, VP of Research & Development states "NGI favors the superior performance of the Acriche chip as a perfect fit for our goal of producing high quality product."
The Acriche® is the world’s first semi conductor lighting source using AC current without a convertor.
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