Friday, September 14, 2012

No. 614: Japan’s largest LED floodlight from Toppan (September 14, 2012)

Toppan Printing will launch Japan’s largest floodlight that uses LEDs within this month. The new LED floodlight has achieved the brightness of 2,000 W generated by a mercury lamp at 700 W. It can conserve power consumption up to 65% in the same brightness. Although it is more expensive than a mercury lamp, the energy-saving effect makes it possible to collect the investment in 3-5 years.

Power Eco Japan that is a specialist in floodlights developed this new product with Hyundai LED of Korea, and Toppan Cosmo will market it. A total of 40 models will be put on the market. All the 40 models have the diffusion effect provided by light diffusion lens or mirrors as a glare protection measure. Because this measure eliminates the influence of the straight light specific LED, they can be installed in sport facilities hesitant to the introduction of an LED floodlight. 

Toppan’s new LED floodlight can be installed in 
sports facilities thanks to its glare protection measure. 

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