Tuesday, April 04, 2017

LED Lighting - The Future is Here

LED Lighting is more important than you think it is. Start Using Alternative Energy, like Wind Power and Solar, Tidal and even Magmatic.

LED Lighting - Philips

LED Lighting at Wikipedia

On September 24, 2009 the DOE announced that Philips Lighting North America was the first to submit lamps in the category to replace the standard 60 W A-19 "Edison screw fixture" light bulb, with a design based on their earlier "EnduraLED" consumer product.

On August 3, 2011, DOE awarded the prize in the 60 W replacement category to Philips bulb after 18 months of extensive testing. The 10-W, 900-lumen Philips bulb was made available to consumers in April 2012.

The same day, CREE demonstrated a prototype lamp producing 1330 lumens with a mere 8.7 W of input power. While the CREE lamp has not undergone DOE reliability testing and no commercial release date was promised, it is an indication that the "21st Century Lamp" performance levels may soon be within reach of commercial products.

Highly efficient LED Bulb Driver - Infineon

The highly efficient dimmable LED driver system utilizing ICL8001G sets a new Benchmark with respect to integration, performance, features and total system cost. ICL8001G employs quasi-resonant operation modes with integrated power factor control for off-line residential LED lighting applications in particular 40W / 60W / 100W incandescent bulb replacements.

Infineon ICL8001G - Bulb Driver

Infineon ICL8001G - Bulb Driver

The EVAL-LED-ICL8001G-Bulb02 demonstrates the single-stage flyback and PFC controller ICL8001G in an LED  Bulb application. Its quasiresonant operation mode, primary side control, integrated PFC and phase-cut dimming  control makes it the best in class system solution for dimmable LED bulbs.