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07
APR
2017

LED Journal: 2 oz, or Not 2 oz: That is the Question?

A variation of this question vexed Prince Hamlet while the modern version unsettles many a LED PCB designer. It’s all about copper thickness. When designing a PCB for LEDs, what weight of copper should be specified? Read the full post on the LED Journal website.
24
MAR
2017

CiE: Horticultural lighting is heating up

With innovations in LED grow lighting, society is on the cusp of a revolution in horticultural production. But, says John Cafferkey, marketing manager of Cambridge Nanotherm, the success of this revolution may hinge on finding ways to improve the thermal efficiency of L...
02
FEB
2017

Thermal News: LEDs Under the Thumb

LEDs do two things really well. They emit light and heat, in roughly equal measures. The light is generally useful, the heat less so. Heat and LEDs do not make good bedfellows so when designing a solidstate light source, as much care needs to be taken in removing the heat as...
27
JAN
2017

LEDs Magazine: 2017 Predictions

The LED industry is never anything short of interesting, and this past year has had something of a schizophrenic quality to it; 2016 was the year that LED lighting simultaneously lived up to expectations (in markets such as horticulture and automotive headlamps) and in some cases...
12
JAN
2017

Lux Interview Special: Jed Dorsheimer

Our non-exec director, Jed Dorsheimer, is being interviewed by Lux Review on the 20th January. Sign up for the webinar here.
07
DEC
2016

Thermal News: LEDs Come Clean

In recent years, LEDs have transmogrified from simple indicator lights on electronic devices to the light source of choice in many consumer, horticultural and industrial applications. This growth then poses the question “what’s next for LEDs”? Predictions by several...
20
NOV
2016

LEDs Magazine: LED thermal management – Predict and measure performance

When you work with LEDs day in, day out, it’s all too easy to forget that LEDs and their close cousin, the solid-state laser, are actually quite wondrous. Think about it: You can connect these tiny devices up to a battery and they produce light, and not just one type of...
17
NOV
2016

Greenhouse Management: Ushering in the future

The world is undergoing a revolution in horticultural lighting that will have wide-ranging implications in terms of how and where we grow, and what crops we consume. The move from high-intensity discharge (HID) lighting to LEDs is slashing electric bills for indoor farmers....
07
NOV
2016

CiE: Cambridge Nanotherm expands manufacturing capability

Thermal management specialist Cambridge Nanotherm announced yesterday that it has built significant additional capability and capacity into its manufacturing base to meet rising demand for its award-winning thermal management solutions. The company is focused on providing its...
19
OCT
2016

LED Journal: The LEDs They Are a-Changin’

LEDs have been around a surprisingly long time. Science project curiosities appeared in the swinging 60′s, and then a decade later the first mass-produced and affordable devices became commercially available. Monochrome LEDs are now manufactured in wavelengths that span the deep...
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