Larson Electronics has announced the release of a new 2 foot long high output explosion proof fluorescent fixture designed for use in areas where flammable vapors and gases may be encountered. The EPL-24-192 Explosion Proof Fluorescent Light Fixture is Class 1 Division 1 approved, paint spray booth approved, and an ideal solution for operators who want high output in a more compact fixture design.
Larson Electronics has announced the release of a powerful new LED fixture designed to provide powerful output combined with rugged construction capable of withstanding the rigors of offshore operation. The HAL-24-3L-LED-BMSW Hazardous Area LED Light Fixture features Class 1 Division 2 approvals....
Industrial lighting specialists Larson Electronics have announced the release of a new explosion-proof LED drop light designed to provide cooler operation and higher performance than standard incandescent drop lights. The EHL-LED-7W-100-1523 Explosion Proof LED Drop Light is approved for Class 1 Division 1 & 2 locations....
Bridgelux introduced its V Series of Chip-on-Board LED array products offering high flux density in small source size packages for sub 1000 lumen commercial and residential lighting markets where tight beam control and high quality light matter. The LED arrays initially consist of
Micrel announced the availability of two new high current camera flash LED driver products. The MIC2870 and MIC2871 are capable of driving one or two camera flash LEDs up to 1.5A with best-in-class efficiency and enhanced current accuracy. These devices are ideal for portable battery operated applications....
Touchscreen controller delivers industry-best noise rejection to large-screen superphones and tabletsOctober 7, 2013 9:45 am | Cypress | Product Releases | Comments
Cypress Semiconductor Corp. introduced a new controller in its TrueTouch Gen5 family that brings the world’s best noise-immunity touchscreen control technology to superphones, smartphones, tablets and e-readers. The TMA568 controller supports writing and drawing with a 2.0-mm-tip passive stylus....
Newhaven Display International introduces two new 7.0” TFTs to their display line: the 7.0” Economical TFT and the 7.0” MVA TFT. The 7.0” Economical TFT and the 7.0” MVA TFT have full RGB color, fast response times, high brightness & contrast, wide operating temperatures, are RoHS compliant, and are offered with and without resistive touch panels.
Cree sets a new industry benchmark with higher performance XLampXP-G2 LEDs. The latest innovation boasts a seven percent increase in brightness compared to the already industry-leading XP-G2 family. The new LEDs provide lighting manufacturers with an unprecedented combination of light output, efficacy and outstanding reliability....
Ocular LCD announced the addition of an 18.5-inch projected capacitive (PCAP) touch panel to the Crystal Touch: TRUE Multi-Touch PLUS standard product line. Crystal Touch: TRUE Multi-Touch PLUS panels provide a true multi-touch interface with a pre-integrated, optically bonded, soda-lime cover glass with a decorative black border.
Security surveillance over large distances is now possible thanks to the new infrared Dragon Dome LED from Osram Opto Semiconductors. The focused beam of this high-power Infrared LED (IRED) achieves a range of more than 100 meters. It has a compact design and does not need an external lens.
One problem in developing more efficient organic LED light bulbs and displays for TVs and phones is that much of the light is polarized in one direction and thus trapped within the light-emitting diode, or LED. University of Utah physicists believe they have solved the problem by creating a new organic molecule that is shaped like rotelle – wagon-wheel pasta – rather than spaghetti.
As a modern culture, we crave artificial white lights -- the brighter the better, and ideally using less energy than ever before. To meet the ever-escalating demand for more lighting in more places and to improve the bulbs used in sports stadiums, car headlights and street lamps, scientists are scrambling to create better light-emitting diodes....
To capture all the details of a crime scene, you might take many photos at close range. To get the whole scene at once, you could use a wide-angle or fisheye lens; but without an especially large lens you would be sacrificing the fine resolution that would help you catch that partial footprint you might otherwise have missed.
Power Technology announced that it is introducing a new laser speckle reducer module for machine vision applications. The IQ7 Laser Speckle Reducer is specifically designed to reduce local interferences and unwanted intensity patterns improving overall laser imaging quality.
Leading industrial lighting manufacturer Larson Electronics has released an LED light cart designed to combine high output illumination with the convenience of portable operation. The Larson Electronics WAL-WBC-2X300LED portable LED work area light cart provides the effectiveness of high power illumination combined with the convenience of portable operation.
ETA-USA introduces the first in their expanding series of LED drivers. Covering the range from 60 to 300 Watts., this versatile series is available for either IP-66 damp or IP-67, full immersion environments. These units meet UL standard 8650, the LED lighting standard They are ideal for exterior signs, lighting and similar applications.
Imagine an electronic display nearly as clear as a window, or a curtain that illuminates a room, or a smartphone screen that doubles in size, stretching like rubber. Now imagine all of these being made from the same material. Researchers have developed a transparent, elastic organic light-emitting device, or OLED, that could one day make all these possible.
Larson Electronics has released a new low voltage string light that provides better performance and reliability than standard incandescent string lights. The WAL-SL-10-LED-25-TXF Work Area LED String Light produces higher light output with cooler operation and can withstand the demanding conditions of tough industrial work environments.
The new 4.3” WVGA TFT LCD module is available with a 480x800 resolution, which significantly improves image quality and provides a much more common resolution for user interface integration. This new 4.3” LCD uses specialized glass with In-Plane Switching (IPS) technology to give extremely viewing angles of 80° minimum all the way around.
E-readers are more effective than reading on paper for some with dyslexia, according to results published September 18 in the open access journal PLOS ONE by Mathew Schneps from the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics and colleagues from other institutions. Their results suggest it is the use of short lines on the display, and not the device itself, that leads to the benefits observed in this study.
Osram Opto Semiconductors has introduced a new 2-chip version of the Oslon Black FlatOslon Black Flat LED. As with other LEDs from the Oslon Black Flat family, the new version features a high level of brightness and is suitable for all headlight functions.
FLIR Systems is proud to announce the introduction of the FLIR A6700sc, the company’s newest science-grade mid-wave infrared camera that redefines affordable high performance. Featuring a highly sensitive 640×512 pixel resolution thermal detector, the A6700sc produces exceptional temperature....
Cree announces the industry’s first High-Density (HD) LED Arrays – a breakthrough technology that doubles the system intensity of spot lights compared to previous arrays. The new HD class of CXA Arrays provide unrivaled lumen density, enabling major reduction in system cost and power consumption.
Computers will someday soon automatically provide short video digests of a day in your life, your family vacation or an eight-hour police patrol, say computer scientists at The University of Texas at Austin. The researchers are working to develop tools to help make sense of the vast quantities of video that are going to be produced by wearable camera technology such as Google Glass and Looxcie.
By inserting platinum atoms into an organic semiconductor, University of Utah physicists were able to "tune" the plastic-like polymer to emit light of different colors – a step toward more efficient, less expensive and truly white organic LEDs for light bulbs of the future. "These new, platinum-rich polymers hold promise for white organic light-emitting diodes and new kinds of more efficient solar cells..."