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Posts tagged with 'TERALED'

18 Jan, 2013

Robin Bornoff Before you sell it, or commission it, you want to be sure that it works. Monies have been spent on getting things this far, some of it on you via your overhead and your expansive salary (yeh, ok, I hear you). Expectation is that your organisation will make more money back. Last thing you want is to have your product fail, have to be tweaked, fixed, respun, redesigned or canned. What you’d like … Read More

T3ster, TERALED

3 Jan, 2012

LEDs; The future's bright and hot.

Posted by Robin Bornoff

Robin Bornoff LED based lighting is now a very hot topic (believe me, in electronic thermal management circles that used to be funny, the first few times). Control of packaged IC junction temperatures will always have a bearing on reliability but for LEDs thermal also effects functional performance in terms of brightness and colour. The hotter they get, the dimmer they appear. A particular contradiction in the context … Read More

LED, TERALED, LEDs, T3ster

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