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FZLED, maker of high-performance LED lighting products, has revealed its all new GU60 LED Bulb Series. The series comprises high-quality LED bulbs, including 7 and 9 watt models and are available with or without TriAC-dimming functionality. They fit E26, E27, GU10, and B22 sockets, making them extremely versatile. In the GU60 LED bulb series, the lens are frosted and fins are available in silver or black to give consumers the look they desire.


temperature range of -20°C to 40° C as well as an input voltage range of AC 100-264V, GU60 LED bulbs can be used in almost all situations.


FZLED’s GU60 Series of TriAC-dimmable LED bulbs are currently available in Taiwan and Singapore.


With an Ra > 75 for cool white, the bulbs have a high power driver efficiency above 87%, and are CE, FCC and ETL approved.


GT Solar continue to cash in Asia


The firm has won $91 million worth of orders for its advanced sapphire furnaces from Taiwanese based Alpha Crystal Technology and Tera Xtal and the Lingyang Group based in China.


GT Solar International, a global provider of sapphire and silicon crystalline growth systems and materials for the solar, LED and other specialty markets, has received three new orders totalling $91 million for its advanced sapphire crystallisation furnaces (ASF).


. FZL-GU60-00-07TD Series


Emitting no harmful UV or IR rays and with very low heat emissions, these high-performance, energy-saving LED bulbs are an excellent lighting product to use for indoor, architectural, flood, mood, and spot lighting situations in both homes and businesses.


With the 7 watt model, consumers can choose a 3000K CCT that provides warm white light and a luminous flux (lm) of 300 or a 6000K CCT that provides a brighter cool white and lm of 400. In the 9 watt model lm reaches 400 with 3000K CCT and 500 with 6000K CCT.


Additionally, these energy-saving bulbs have lifetimes of more than 35,000 hours, beam angles of 120 degrees, and utilise high-quality Samsung SMD LEDs as their lighting source. Made to the exacting quality standards of FZLED and with an operation


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Two of the orders are from customers in Taiwan, Alpha Crystal Technology, a new customer, and Tera Xtal, who last week announced a sapphire material purchase agreement with GT Solar. The third order comes from a new customer in China, the Lingyang Group.


“These new orders continue a very robust order rate for our ASF furnaces,” said Tom Gutierrez, GT Solar’s president and CEO. “The interest shown by new market entrants and existing sapphire producers for our ASF systems has surpassed our expectations and is a testament to the confidence customers have for our proven ability to quickly ramp to high volume, low-cost manufacturing with leading edge crystal growth technology to meet the market demand for high quality sapphire material.”


GT Solar says its crystallisation process technology and global support resources offer customers a path to productive and profitable sapphire manufacturing operations with high levels of throughput and a greater return on their investment.


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