The Engineers of the holding "Ruselectronics" is launching a novel lighting system which is based on the use of laser radiation. These lights can operate in hostile environments like nuclear power stations and even underwater. Radiation passes to the optical fiber, eliminating the risk of fire or explosion due to a spark.
Created a New lighting system was built based on blue diode lasers emitting light in the wavelength range of 440-470 nm. A distinctive feature of these «blue led» is the presence of the cavity. Because of this, they can emit light in other wavelength ranges such lighting is highly efficient and extremely economical. In addition, they have a high luminous efficiency up to 100 LM/W. For example, the indicator of the light output of conventional incandescent lamps with a power of 100 watts is 13.8 LM/W.
The Use of fiber provides electrical and fire safety in any lighting devices. They are resistant to climatic, corrosive, mechanical, electromagnetic and radiation influence, and also in chemical manufacturing, where the object to illuminate the otherwise highly insecure.
Lighting products based on diode lasers can be successfully used for internal and external lighting of the premises and infrastructure of hazardous production facilities such as chemical plants, nuclear power stations and mines. New project of lighting was presented by the holding "Ruselectronics" in the framework of the international exhibition "Photonics-2017", which was held in Expocentre from 28 February to 3 March.
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