ALT Stunningly Demonstrates LED Lighting Product into Boiling Water and Dry Ice in 2013 OPTO, Taipei!

Aeon Lighting Technology Inc. (ALT), the leading Taiwanese high power LED lighting supplier, has again successfully presented at 2013 International Lighting Fair (OPTO) in Taiwan with the theme of “The Ultimate Challenge of LED” from June 18th to 20th. Once again, Aeon Lighting was stunning the LED industry with its 100°C boiling tested LED lamps and immersing LED lamps into -40°C dry ice while maintaining normal operation with no luminous decay or flickering!

A crowd of visitors were visiting ALT booth


ALT CEO James Liang stood beside with the booth

It’s well known that temperature is always the key factor which will affect the life span and luminous maintenance directly. Many consumers found LED lamps they bought last shorter than indicated on the product label or the light color shifts from white to light green over time as a result of poor heat dissipation. Therefore, ALT was doing the ultimate experiment to demonstrate its great heat dissipation technology and water, corrosion proof function!


       

ALTPAR38 into the 100 °C boiling water           ALT Flood Light into the -40°C dry ice
 

ALT LED lamps incorporate the aesthetic housing with its proprietary, pure aluminum heat sink design which could considerably enhance the thermal management. Besides the heat, low temperature is also another concern. By presenting products that pass 100°C and -40°C limit tests, ALT proves its LED lamps' high steadiness and durability and is certain to stir the LED industry again!

ALT has proven its products are not only water and dust proof, but also high and low temperature resistant, which in turn, demonstrates the R&D capacity of high power LED lighting from Aeon Lighting Technology Inc.

In addition to 100°C boiling and -40°C freeze-resistant products, ALT also raised another bar for high power LED lighting industry by receiving CNS - explosion proof certification this month and A-TEX certification in July! With its successful integration of LED lighting source and anti-explosive mechanics, ALTLED™ E01 could be widely applied in gas station, winery, mining area and petroleum refinery without any safety concern. Featuring continuous lighting, and being high-frequency flicker free, it could improve industrial lighting safety significantly. At high-risk flammable locations, explosion proof LED lamps not only save power but also cut lighting bills as replacement and maintenance costs are usually higher than the lamp itself! ALT's comprehensive product lines and application scopes continually bring the safest and most reliable lighting options to the consumer worldwide!
 

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