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London Calling: A northern light startup

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krisi
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re: London Calling: A northern light startup
krisi   1/3/2013 6:40:34 PM
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Interesting technology from LightTherm...but how does better die interconnect technology produce cooler LED junctions???

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re: London Calling: A northern light startup
DrQuine   1/8/2013 3:26:12 AM
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While the need for light and energy conservation make sense in the far north, it is ironic that the place where the extra heat being generated might be a benefit (to heat the space) is where the vendor is minimizing heat production! I hope they find lots of buyers as well in warmer climates.

krisi
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re: London Calling: A northern light startup
krisi   1/8/2013 8:43:10 PM
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Good point DrQuine...unless the lighting is outdoor there will be little savings in dissipated power (only during summer) as you need to heat your room anyways...perhaps you gain something in LED reliability

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