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Laser diode from Osram simplifies fiber-coupled systems

Laser diode from Osram simplifies fiber-coupled systems

January 30, 2015: With its SPL BF98-40-5 laser bar Osram Opto Semiconductors has succeeded in combining power and beam quality like never before. Thanks to its high brilliance, the laser diode considerably reduces the complexity of coupling light into fibers. Diode or fiber laser systems for material processing can be made simpler and therefore more cost-effective. Even at its maximum ...

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LED lighting has shown faster growth in plants: McGill University

LED lighting has shown faster growth in plants: McGill University

January 29, 2015: Urban Barns Foods Inc., an innovative food producer dedicated to growing consistent, healthy and fresh vegetables year round using its proprietary Cubic Farming method, does research and development (R&D) activities at McGill University. The Biomass Production Laboratory at McGill University, with support from Urban Barns, is doing research in urban agriculture. Recent innovations with LED as a ...

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3D printed LED headlamps for vintage car

3D printed LED headlamps for vintage car

January 28, 2015: It?s a relief for the vintage car owners, who had to pay dearly to get parts for their vintage cars when repairing their vintage cars, particularly those manufactured prior to 1904. Another limitation these car owners faced were with the headlights, which make it inefficient to drive these cars at night because their headlights are actually lamps ...

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LED long day lighting increases milk production by 8%

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January 28, 2015: By using LED lights, automated sensors, and an automated control system, researchers at Michigan State University created a long day lighting (LDL) system at Wing Acres Dairy and solved the technical difficulties that were faced by Michigan dairies, leading to less productivity. Researchers from the school’s Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering Department worked with the Michigan Milk Producers ...

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IICT develops low-cost model of organic LED

IICT develops low-cost model of organic LED

January 23, 2015: Scientists from the Hyderabad-based Indian Institute of Chemical Technology (IICT) have developed a breakthrough method to make a simple and low-cost model of organic LED (OLED) that has high power and high efficiency. The team has achieved a luminescence efficiency of 34% and a power efficiency of 22%. With this technology, we can imagine a wall turning ...

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PureLiFi ships world’s first LiFi product

PureLiFi ships world's first LiFi product

January 24, 2015: PureLiFi, the light communications technology company that leads the market in research and commercialisation of LiFi, has shipped the world’s first full wireless LiFi networking system. The world’s first LiFi network product?Li-Flame?turns off-the-shelf light fixtures into LiFi access points that can simultaneously communicate to a plurality of users in a bi-directional fashion. It also consists of the ...

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Flexible OLED prototype produced using roll-to-roll process

Flexible OLED prototype produced using roll-to-roll process

By BizLED Bureau January 23, 2015: Researchers working on the ?11 million European Flex-o-Fab project have successfully fabricated a flexible OLED prototype in a roll-to-roll (R2R) process. The project was launched in January 2013 to help commercialize flexible OLEDs. The process According to the researchers, the OLED prototype has been developed at the Holst Centre on a PET plastic film, ...

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Microsoft designs auto charger with LED for smartphones

Microsoft designs auto charger with LED for smartphones

By BizLED bureau January 23, 2015: A team of Microsoft researchers in China has designed an LED lamp called AutoCharge that will be able to detect your phone and charge it by shining a light onto its surface. How the charger works The AutoCharge works with the help of cameras to detect a phone anywhere in a room by angling ...

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