90 Lumens @ 6.8 volts and 250 milli amps

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90 Lumens @ 6.8 volts and 250 milli amps

Post by Viv » Tue Jul 08, 2008 11:37 pm

90 Lumens @ 6.8 volts and 250 milli amps, remind me again why I need to build another nuke power station ? it would be cheaper to buy every one in Canada new light bulbs than build one new nuclear power station.


http://www.physorg.com/news134755260.html Toshiba Introduces High Power, High Flux 90 Lumen White LED from http://www.physorg.com

Toshiba today announced TL12W02-D, a new high power, high brightness white LED for commercial, residential and industrial lighting applications that can provide a typical flux of 90 lumens (lm) when driven at only 250mA. T he new LED will be available from Marktech Optoelectronics, the value-added reseller for TAEC's LED products in North America.

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