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GlacialLight launches low power T8 LED Tube - FrostyTech.com GlacialLight launches low power T8 LED Tube
Tue Feb 02, 2010 | 1:08P| PermaLink
GlacialTech Inc. is launching the GlacialLight T8 low power Light Emitting Diode (LED) light tubes under the GlacialLight brand - the LED T8 tubes are an improvement on existing models as well as innovative. The unique advantage is that the tubes are extremely low in power consumption with under 10W power consumption for the 2ft tube, and under 20W power consumption for the 4ft Tube. They can support 110V AC or 220V AC via a G13 socket. The LED T8 Tubes are designed to replace the equivalent Cathode Fluorescent tubes (CFT) available in markets today. Using lower wattage compared with the original products, the T8 LED has the same structure and style of traditional CFT tubes but delivers a brighter performance per watt, with less heat radiation and few of the pitfalls faced by traditional CFT tubes.
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There are no toxic gasses present in the design and the tubes are much more robust and weatherproof. The LED T8 Tubes can be used for general everyday use, for indoor applications, and incorporates all the latest luminary technology garnered from GlacialTech's unique resources; combining years of experience in designing cooling systems as well as all manner of consumer electronic device power supplies.

GlacialTech uses extremely high quality components designed for high brightness and long life span (min. 20,000hrs). The lumens start at over 500lm at a flux of 52-58 lm/W with 130-206 lux at 1 meter on the short 2ft version, whereas the longer 4ft version has over 1000lm also at 54-64lm/W with 212-377 lux at 1 meter. The net weight varies between 0.15kg's to 0.30kg's. These products are designed to fit into standard G13 socket assemblies, and thus replace traditional tubes without any inconvenience to the user.

For more information visit www.GlacialLight.com

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