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GlacialTech to Showcase Its Latest LED Lights and Drivers at the LED & LED Lighting Exhibition at Istanbul, Turkey
juhi230   9/11/2013 6:58:17 AM
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GlacialTech, a Taiwanese technology manufacturer, extends an invitation to all business and media partners around the world to attend its display of LED lights and drivers of its subdivisions, GlacialLight and GlacialPower, at the 9th LED Systems, Technologies, Applications and LED Lighting Exhibition (Hall 10, Booth #B-640). The exhibition will be held at the Istanbul Expo Center (IFM) in Istanbul, Turkey from September 26–29, 2013.

 

Date: September 26–29, 2013

Venue: Istanbul Expo Center (IFM), Istanbul, Turkey

GlacialTech Booth: Hall 10, Booth #B-640



The LED & LED Lighting Exhibition is an excellent opportunity to learn about the latest energy-efficient products from GlacialTech.

 

GlacialPower RS and LP Series LED Drivers

GlacialPower will display its latest RS and LP series LED driver solutions. With 45 Watt and 65 Watt models, the RS series feature up to 89% power conversion efficiency, IP67 rated plastic housing, double insulated wiring and cost-effective pricing, making them excellent options for practically any constant voltage and constant current LED indoor lighting needs.

 

The constant current and constant voltage LP series provide 4-step dimming levels with up to an 86% power efficiency conversation rate. The models cover the entire DC output range of 12V to 57V DC and deliver up to 60W of power.

 

GlacialLight LED Lighting Products

Along GlacialPower, GlacialLight will be highlighting its cool-running and energy-efficient bay lights with the BL110 and BL220 as well as wall-mounted luminaires with the WL1012S.

 

Designed to save users money, the long-lasting, energy-efficient GlacialLight baylights feature Philips Lumileds chips and a patented heat dissipation system for longer life. Their high energy efficiency, low heat-output, and long-life make them a smart replacement for traditional lighting.

 

The WL1012S wall-mounted luminaire with PIR sensor will also be exhibited. Featuring a premium aluminum compression-molded surface, aesthetically pleasing filtered light and adjustable mounting latch for easy installation, this stylish luminaire is ideal for parks, verandas, walls and roof edges.
 

GlacialTech is looking forward to meeting with current and future business partners, industry leaders and global buyers from all over the world.

 

About GlacialTech

GlacialTech, established in June 2001 and based in New Taipei City (Taiwan), is the parent company of several brands that provide cooling, LED driver, and LED lighting solutions for both consumer and industrial market segments. The company leverages world-class engineering, efficient manufacturing and highest-quality materials to provide innovative products defined by an elegant style. Please visit the company homepage at www.glacialtech.com.



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