2013-07-23

Dialight Launches LED Traffic Signal Modules with 15-Year Warranty

Dialight, the innovative leader in LED traffic signal technology, today announced the release of their new ultra-efficient XL15 LED traffic signal modules backed by a 15-year full performance warranty. The company will debut the new modules July 20-23 at the 2013 International Municipal Signals Association’s Annual Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona in booth No. 402. The new LED traffic signal modules utilize Hi-Flux LED technology and a Dialight-designed power supply with enhanced thermal management integrated into the fixture—more than doubling...
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2012-07-24

Dialight Introduces Major Advance in LED Traffic Signal Technology

Company Offers First Traffic Module with Colored LED Signals Integrated into 3-Unit Housing Dialight announced the release of an innovative new traffic signal module that improves energy efficiency, readily adapts to power supply changes and delivers lower maintenance costs than traditional LED ball and arrow signal modules. The company will unveil the new integrated traffic signal module at the 2012 International Municipal Signals Association tradeshow in Orlando, Florida July 28th – 31st in booth # 302. A pioneer in LED technology for 40 years, Dia...
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2009-08-19

London Gives Green Light to LED Traffic Signals

London Mayor has recently announced that Transport for London (TfL) is to spend £2.4million to replace 3,500 existing lamps at some 300 junctions in the city with energy-efficient light-emitting diodes (LEDs).
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2009-07-02

Updating Traffic Lights with LEDs Saves Taxpayers Millions

Taxpayers could save millions if governments replaced incandescent traffic signal bulbs with LEDs according to an audit released by New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli. The audit found that the City of Binghamton, which replaced all incandescent bulbs with LEDs in 2002, has produced average annual savings of $49,800 since 2002.  Binghamton is now paying 59 percent less for traffic signal operation than it did before 2002. The audit is part of DiNapoli's efforts to help identify ways that local governments can save energy and reduce costs.
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2008-12-11

Houston gives green light for LED traffic bulbs

It’s reported that Houston plans to replace the light bulbs at all 2,381 of its traffic stops with LED bulbs that could save more than $4 million a year in electricity costs. The LED traffic signals will cost 16 times more than incandescent bulbs and last six years longer. City Council approve a $16.4 million contract for pricier signals with Siemens Building Technologies Inc.
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2008-11-28

LED traffic signals save city $280,000

Colorado Springs replaced the incandescent bulbs in traffic signals with LEDs. Now, the city has saved a bundle of money and untold kilowatts of electricity in a five-year effort. The replacement program began in 2003 and is nearing completion on all 561 intersections in the city. Measurements at 14 intersections showed costs declined 74 percent on average, yielding roughly $280,000 in savings.  
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2008-10-27

Dialight moves LED assembly work to Europe

It’s reported that Dialight is moving European production from its engineering and business development base in York, UK, to its manufacturing facility in Newmarket, UK, starting October 28. It’s disclosed that the move is in response to the continuing worldwide growth in demand for high quality LED lighting products. This growth has been accompanied by customer demand for higher levels of quality assurance and third party approvals such as UL, ENEC and ATEX.
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2008-07-29

New Traffic Signals Use LED

It's reported that traffic lights across Bahrain will be equipped with devices to make sure they are not knocked out during power cuts. The Works Ministry announced plans to introduce the special power storage devices just a month after a one-day power cut affected around 20 percent of the country.
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Cree announces the commercial availability of the XLamp® XD16 LED, the industry’s first Extreme Density LED, which delivers up to 5 ½ times higher lumen density than Cree’s previous generation of high power LEDs.

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LG Innotek today announced that the company has developed the world's first 100mW (mill watts) UV-C LED. This development is 2 years ahead of the industry forecast that predicted its development would be successful by 2020.

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