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‘Light recycling’ for visual inspection

USA – A new LED point light launched by US firms Wavien, Inc. and WattWorks, Inc. is using the former’s proprietary LED Recycling Technology in visual inspection applications. Narrow, high-intensity beams are generated by the technology; light that would otherwise be wasted is directed towards the target, thereby increasing the intensity.

Wavien develops long-life, high-performance light sources and engine prototypes for the projection and general lighting industries. It has also entered the LED illumination market with its Premien recycling and non-imaging optical technology. These technologies improve lamp life, brightness and efficiency when teamed with applications in the projection display, fibre optics, entertainment and general lighting markets.
WattWorks is an electrical engineering and product design company with expertise in energy-efficiency applications, alternative energy projects and leading-edge technologies.

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