GlacialLight launches GL-FL12S, energy efficient LED flood light with passive infrared (PIR) motion sensor

Aug 30th, 2012
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Date Announced: 30 Aug 2012

- Cost Saving Efficiency in Commercial and Industrial Applications -

Taipei, Taiwan - GlacialLight, a division of experienced technology manufacturer, GlacialTech Inc., has expanded its range of high-quality LED lighting products with the GL-FL12S, a 14W AC-input LED flood light with a passive infrared (PIR) motion sensor available in two color temperatures.

With a PIR sensor, the GL-FL12S helps to save energy cost by only turning on when needed. In all indoor and outdoor retail, commercial and industrial lighting applications, users can adjust the GL-FL12S to turn on or off to a minimum of 3 LUX.

Not only does the GL-FL12S save power by automatically turning on and off according to the user's preferences, it also converts electricity into light with unbeatable efficiency. As a result, compared to equivalent mercury flood lights, these LED flood lights consume far less power, with a luminous efficacy of up to 53.6 lumens per watt. Additionally, the GL-FL12S has an extremely long life span of 30,000 hours. With a typical eight hours a day usage pattern, these LED flood lights can provide more natural, gentler light with no perceptible flickering for over a decade without needing a replacement, slashing maintenance costs.

The GL-FL12S is available in two color variants. The GL-FL12S-CW provides bright daylight illumination at 6000K with a Color Rendering Index (CRI) of 70, while the GL-FL12S-WW illuminates with a warm 3000K beam and a CRI around 85.

Both versions of the GL-FL12S, GL-FL12S-WW (3000K) and GL-FL12S-CW (6000K), have an AC input voltage range of 100-240 volts. They provide 650 and 750 lumens of light, respectively.

With the environment in mind GlacialLight designed the GL-FL12S flood light to contain no hazardous chemicals, such as mercury, and to create no harmful radiation emissions such as UV or IR, making them it eco-friendly than traditional lighting. This DC input flood light series is also more economically friendly, consuming less power while providing more light than traditional lighting products.

Read more about this new product, and a huge range of other lighting products, at GlacialLight's website: http://www.glaciallight.com


Features of GlacialLight GL-FL12S LED Flood Light
- Passive infrared (PIR) motion sensor
- Two color temperatures – 3000K and 6000K
- 14W power consumption
- Long life span: >30,000 hours
- Eco-friendly: No UV, no IR, & no mercury
- Ideal replacement for mercury lamps


Excellent LED lighting products you can trust
Design of LED lighting products is based on three core technologiesincluding electrical design (LED drivers), mechanical design (cooling devices), and optical design (lamp holders), respectively performed by GlacialPower, GlacialTech, and GlacialLight in the GlacialTech family. With the three core technologies in hand, GlacialTech has integrated all the resources required for exceptional designs and manufactures excellent LED lighting products you can trust.

About GlacialLight
GlacialTech Inc., is a diversified provider of cooling, power supply, and PC enclosure solutions for consumer and industrial applications. Having established strong relationships with LED semiconductor Co.’s, thermal, SMPS and mechanism technology leaders worldwide, GlacialTech leverages world-class engineering, efficient manufacturing and highest-quality materials to provide high brightness, low power LED lighting solutions for indoor, outdoor and other customized applications under the GlacialLight brand. Please visit the company homepage at www.GlacialLight.com.

Contact
Name: GlacialLight contact person: Carol Chiu Company: GlacialTech Inc Telephone: +886 2 2244 1227 ext600

E-mail:sales@glacialtech.com

Web Site:www.glaciallight.com/GL_index.htm

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