Delta introduces the world's lightest 1000 lm LED bulb at only 130g at Lighting Japan 2012

Jan. 19, 2012
Date Announced: 19 Jan 2012 Taipei, Taiwan - Delta Electronics is introducing the world's lightest 1000lm light bulb at Lighting Japan 2012 -- the new omni-directional LED bulb weighs only 130g. Delta is also exhibiting LED lighting products with new high-lumen and dimming technologies, as well as the group's system integration capabilities in renewable energy, energy-saving and high-quality products. In addition, Delta is demonstrating new tube solutions for railway train stations and indoor applications for the Japanese market."We are putting Delta's mission "To provide innovative, clean and energy-efficient solutions for a better tomorrow" into practice with our advanced LED lighting collection. With the addition of the 1000lm-bulb, we have not only expanded our product range but have also upgraded its features and technology depth. LightingJapan also offers us a great chance to demonstrate the capabilities of Delta as a group to evolve from a product provider to a system integration provider. Combining our in-house energy-saving, safe and reliable products, we have different teams within the company cooperating comprehensively to offer a total solution package that includes a user-friendly interface that ensures products and expertise perform to their maximum," said Roland Chiang, Director of the Solid-state Lighting Business Unit, Delta Electronics.With a beam angle of 120 deg and 240 deg the new bulb aims to replace 100W and 80W incandescent bulbs. Delta's renowned thermal expertise has succeeded in developing this remarkable product and technology. For the market, the new bulb's light weight accompanies improved product performance and longer product life which also means higher energy-savings and lower greenhouse gas emissions.Delta is also demonstrating its remarkable solar-LED streetlight and wind-powered LED streetlight solutions at the exhibition. The wind-powered LED streetlight solution includes a 400W-system with a safety breaker for wind speed exceeding an upper limit of 42.5m/s and a programmable controller. Delta has transformed from a component provider to a solutions provider to ease the problems customers have in parceling out requirements to different suppliers and solving compatibility issues. Solutions include products, customized design to meet the application environment, as well as service and maintenance. The wind turbine generates 400W at a wind speed of 11m/s and may power up to 1300W to light up an LED streetlight of 6000lm. The entire system conforms to IP65 standards and may be dual-powered by both wind and the city power grid. You can now see several projects applying Delta's solar-streetlight and wind-power streetlight in operation worldwide.The solar-LED streetlight solution includes a solar panel to power a 5500lm LED streetlight that has an analog programmable dimming function. A 150W solar power input can support such a system of 90lm/W for three days autonomously. Similar to the wind-powered LED streetlight solution, this system may be dual-powered by both solar panel and the city power grid.Lighting Japan's 4th LED/OLED Technology Expo will be held in Tokyo, Japan, on January 18-20, 2012. Delta's booth is located at the West Hall WL5-10 of Tokyo Big Sight.

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