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|DDPs engineered LED solutions developed for emergency and security kiosks|
DDP, a leader in engineered LED solutions, has developed a small, environmentally-sealed LED lamp assembly for the emergency and security industry. DDPs LED assemblies are manufactured to meet the specific color and brightness levels required for each application, such as emergency safety kiosks for college campuses and hospital parking lots.
The kiosk design, for example, required the illumination of a small area to clearly identify where an emergency alarm could be activated. The light assembly also needed to operate at 12-26 VAC and 12-16 VDC.
"Because of unique voltage requirements and limited space, solid-state lighting is the most appropriate lighting solution for emergency kiosks," said Tony Toniolo, DDP President. "Our emergency LED assemblies are reliable, environmentally sealed, virtually indestructible, and operate at low voltage levels that are not possible using traditional incandescent solutions. The LED assembly helps reduce field service calls due to failed illumination, creating a safer environment in locations where pedestrians feel insecure at night."
DDPs emergency lighting solutions typically consist of LED arrays and potted mounting lenses, making them impervious to moisture and dirt. The design includes a set of transistors that allow the arrays to operate at any voltage within a desired range. The arrays include options such as DDPs standard 5mm high intensity, 20-degree InGaN white LED (200-W4K). This 4,000 mcd LED gives off a brilliant lunar white light. The 320-degree LEDs, when spaced properly in the array, create a perfect light to illuminate a small emergency keypad.
DDP engineered LED solutions are available in either standard or custom assemblies. Pricing typically starts at $34.46 in quantities of 1,000. Samples are available from DDP with a typical lead-time of 1 week.
Miércoles, 07 Junio, 2006 - 01:58