ParLux Develops 330°Energy Star Qualified LED Bulb

ParLux Optoelectronics Corp. has developed an Energy Star Qualified Omnidirectional LED bulb with 330 light beaming angle.

The bulb is designed to replace incandescent bulb with not only the wide beaming angle but also excellent color rendering performance as well. According to the company, the bulb is outfitted with a patented thermal-conductivity mechanism, which can quickly transmit thermal inside the lamp to the surface of the lamp’s ceramic base. From the surface the heat is taken away by ambient air. Excellent thermal conductivity design ensures longevity of the bulb.

ParLux is 100% owned by printed circuit board maker Microcosm Technology Co., Ltd., whose thermal dissipation technology lays solid foundation for the LED subsidiary.

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