by Staff Writers
Denver CO (SPX) Jan 12, 2012
SpaceCo Business Solutions, Inc. has introduced the Wave Light II, an LED task light designed to overcome the disadvantages of traditional LED fixtures and provide the best visual performance in the task lighting market by illuminating the desired work area only.
With its patent pending photocell technology integrated into the head of the light, Wave Light II automatically detects the ambient light levels while adjusting the light source to the optimum settings for the environment.
The result is a more balanced light field as well as reduced energy costs and less eyestrain on the individual while performing their task. The electrical output of Wave Light II is a mere 9.38-Watts.
While the original Wave Light offered a 3-stage dimmer, Wave Light II offers an ambient sensor, with 10 stages of illumination settings to automatically maintain the selected light setting.
Ergonomically adjustable, Wave Light II effectively minimizes shadows and eliminates glare to provide enhanced visual comfort for higher productivity. With its patented refractive lens technology, Wave Light II eliminates the shortcomings of other LED lights, is LEED credit eligible and has a projected life in excess of 50,000 hours.
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Beijing (AFP) Jan 11, 2012
The Chinese tycoon behind a 30-storey energy-saving building that went up in just 15 days said Wednesday he intends to duplicate the model across the vast and heavily polluted nation. The prefabricated building, the five-star T30 Hotel at Dongting Lake, Hunan province, that opens on January 18, became an Internet sensation after time-lapse video posted online showed it being constructed by 2 ... read more
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