5.24.2008

                   
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ilumisys To Launch Designer Series LED Lighting





ilumisys, Inc. is unveiling a new line of five elegantly designed, contemporary LED lighting fixtures that exploit the unique characteristics of solid state lighting. Four of the Designer Series luminaire creations are pendant fixtures; the other is a table lamp.



"Green" lighting:
With light outputs ranging from 600-1000 lumens (roughly equivalent to 60-100 watt tungsten filament bulbs), the luminaires consume only 10 to 18 watts of electricity. They are powered by LEDs from Nichia Corporation, have color temperatures of 4200°K (neutral white) and CRI indexes above 90, while consuming only 10-18 watts of electricity.

The ilumisys Designer Series meets the public at LIGHTFAIR International in Las Vegas (booth #2967).To view the ilumisys Designer Series products or to schedule an interview at LIGHTFAIR International, please contact Bill Wolfson at 614-851-6748.

About ilumisys
ilumisys, Inc. is a Troy, Michigan-based company focused on next-generation solid-state lighting technology. The company was formed in 2007 as a spinoff venture and wholly owned subsidiary of Altair Engineering, Inc. Initial products will be derived from Altair's intellectual property as they relate to the direct replacement of fluorescent light tubes with light-emitting diode (LED) lamps and direct replacement of incandescent lamps.


ilumisys is a wholly owned subsidiary of Altair Engineering, Inc.

1 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow -- these look very cool! Understand the company has also introduced LED drop-in replacements for fluorescent tubes.

C'mon people, it's only a dollar.
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