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Charleston Memorial Hospital has benefited from lighting fixtures fitted with LED Engin’s technology.


halide (HID) discharge lamps, particularly as earlier limitations of LED technology are eliminated. LEDs are up to 80% more efficient than their tungsten counterparts, so they also run cooler. What’s more, they’re dimmable and tunable using commonly available, economical electronic circuits. However, the requirement for very high light density that gives that special ‘punch’ in entertainment lighting means that early LED lighting fixtures had to be physically large to accommodate the required number of emitters. Recent advances in high density LED emitter designs today have fixed this.


Numerous well-known entertainment lighting manufacturers in Europe, North America and Asia – such as CHUAVET Lighting, Martin Professional, SGM and Showtec – have already adopted high- density emitters using LED Engin’s award-winning LuxiGen technology. The emitters are used in wash lighting, moving heads, profile fixtures and follow spots.


Where do you see LED Engin and the industry it serves in five years time? LED Engin plans to continue pioneering the development of very small, high-lux emitters with individually addressable multi-colour die in the rapidly growing ultra high power LED market. In the next five years, we foresee that fixtures designed with high-flux density LEDs will gain further momentum, particularly given that they can be driven much harder without sacrificing efficiency. At the same time, lighting quality, tunability, reliability and longevity will also be improved. There’s never been a more exciting time to be a lighting fixture designer.


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