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Tw Edison recently introduced its ultra high power 100 W EdiStar, a result of extensive R&D with the Taiwan Government’s active sponsorship. ’s EZBright 1000 chip, resulting in a high luminous flux of 250 lumens at a drive current of 1,000 mA. In July 2007, Edison Opto launched its 5 W GU10 and E26/27 LED lamp. The company has also expanded its range of Edison high-power LEDs in August 2007, with more than one hundred lines currently available, ranging from 1 W Edixeon stars and emitters through to the 700 lumens 20 W EdiPower devices in colours like red, green and blue, white and warm-white.
Toyoda Gosei’s optoelectronic business has continued to expand ever since, and with the company being a leading innovator and patent holder in the solid-state lighting industry. Currently, the company manufactures blue, green, purple and white LEDs which cater to numerous applications like mbile phones, full colour displays, traffic signals, automobiles and general lighting. Toyoda Gosei is now mass-producing LEDs in Taiwan in a partnership with Twinhill, its local sales agent. 1 Selected high-power LED manufacturers Company Location New technology used Key mergers and acquisitions Cree Inc.
According to this no equipment should cause electromagnetic disturbances which would affect other equipment present near it, and it also must function satisfactorily in its electromagnetic surroundings. If the requirements of the harmonized standards are adhered to, it will be assumed that the specified safety requirements of the guidelines and the law have been observed. EMC conformity of LED modules and their operational equipment, as well as lights, is tested and certified on the basis of several revised standards (like the Standards for Electromagnetic Compatibility).