Overview of LCD character and graphics displays made for extreme temperature environments such as industrial non-automotive transportation and military sectors.
Some of the latest white and colored LEDs that suit clothing applications including evaluation and development kits from Arduino and Olimex.
Advantages and drawbacks of higher drive currents for LEDs including the effect on reliability, efficacy, luminosity, chromaticity, design complexity and cost.
A review of some of the research in the field of light therapy and highlights the types of LEDs now being incorporated into LED light therapy products.
The uses of LEDs in industrial measurement and process control systems are discussed including a number of the basic types of LED components that can be used.
Discover how replacing MR16 fixtures with Lumex LEDs increases performance, fixture lifetime, and long-term cost efficiency.
Despite the potential hazards of ultraviolet light, which are evident in everyday life by its causing sunburn, the ultraviolet (UV) spectrum offers many beneficial effects in a variety of technical manufacturing and industrial processing areas.
Although solid-state lighting for residential applications makes headlines, commercial and industrial high-bay lighting applications are uniquely positioned to leverage the benefits of LEDs.
High-brightness LEDs tend not to burn out rapidly. Rather, they slowly fade away.
The Human Machine Interface (HMI) is the physical, electronic or virtual environment in which interaction between human operators and machines occurs.
As high brightness LEDs become practical alternatives to incandescent and fluorescent light sources, manufacturers are under pressure from a skeptical public to publish realistic operational lifetime figures.
The drive for power efficiency has now moved to include lighting as a major growth area. LEDs as the core of solid state lighting (SSL) is the key to this new market and are applicable to most products.
Ultraviolet (UV) light plays a more important part of our daily lives than most people realize.
A technology called Frustrated Total Internal Reflection (FTIR), makes it both feasible and affordable to develop multi-touch NUI LCD computer monitors