Genius Electronic Optical Addresses Street Lighting Applications In China With LUXEON Rebel Power LEDs
Philips Lumileds and Genius Electronic Optical Company (GSEO) announced today that GSEO is developing new solid-state street lights and street light modules with LUXEON Rebel for use on roadways throughout China. The first installations of GSEO’s new streetlights are expected in early 2010. GSEO’s LED specification for its most advanced street lights—using LUXEON Rebel—prioritized reliability, efficacy, ease of integration and thermal capabilities, the primary factors that allow their solid-state solution to achieve a lower total cost of ownership and lower energy consumption than conventional light sources.Sele
“The solutions that GSEO is developing can bring great benefit to the cities that adopt and implement the new street lights,” said Alvin Tse, VP Asia Pacific Sales. “We expect that their design will deliver high quality, reliable street lighting for many years to come.”
“GSEO’s approach to creating new solutions is to choose the highest quality LEDs and to implement an optimized system design to ensure that the new luminaire is the best overall solution for its designated application,” said Calvin Chen, Director of LED Lighting BU at GSEO.
“The result is a high quality, long life street light with uniform light distribution. GSEO intends to provide its solution using Philips LUXEON Rebel LEDs to municipalities and organizations globally.” GSEO (Genius Electronic Optical) Co., Ltd was established in 1990, and in addition to street lights is developing tunnel lights, flood lights and other solid-state lighting solutions designed to save energy and help reduce CO2 emissions. With tremendous experience in injection mold design and production, GSEO specializes in high precision optical component design, development and manufacture. Together these capabilities allow GSEO to provide customers with a complete design and manufacturing process solution.
3rd December 2020
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