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on edison bulbâx80x99s anniversary, a lighting breakthrough

by:Grade     2020-03-18
This story is part of a special series to explore energy issues.
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GE announced a lighting breakthrough on Thursday, the 131 anniversary of Thomas Addison\'s invention of the bulb, which is considered a key breakthrough in this century
High efficiency LED bulb with jet-
Keep cool engine technology.
But when the company that Edison founded announced this highly technical development, its competitor\'s goal was to achieve a lighting achievement by the end of this year, which would be more specific for consumers
Efficiency LED bulbs, bright enough, can be screwed to a normal home light outlet.
Osram siwania and Philips both plan to replace the popular 60-
By the end of the year, Watt incandescent lamps on store shelves.
GE plans to launch 40-
At the end of 2010, watt LED bulbs went on sale, its 60-
Watt will enter the market next year.
GE says its breakthrough in thermal management technology is key to removing barriers to widespread use of LED.
Because LEDs generate light by electrons through the motion of semiconductor materials, they are sensitive to heat.
LEDs are basically chips that you can use in your computer and are temperature-
Mehmet Arik, GE engineer in charge of the cooling technology project, said it was sensitive.
The higher the temperature you run them, the higher the efficiency.
GE said it has adjusted the airflow technology used in the aviation and energy business to achieve low
Small enough package cost solution to work in LED lighting.
GE said it could be at 1,500-
Lumen prototype bulb, keep cool while producing up to 100 of light
Use 1 W halogen lamp bulb
A third energy source.
GE announced the development at a lighting workshop at the company\'s research lab in northern New York, which aims to highlight the Edison light bulb anniversary.
In honor of the lighting appreciation day, consumers are encouraged to use hashtag weheartlighting to post their favorite lighting photos or videos to the social networking site Twitter.
But for the development of ge, it is still too early to use in the first generation of LED household bulbs, and the company will be at the end of this year or 60-
The company said watt bulbs will be available in 2011.
Seek incandescent lamps
Design an energy like warmit hasn has-
High-efficiency lighting appliances, consumers embrace warmly, just like Edison\'s first appliance made with a carbide line in his wife\'s sewing kit in his lab at Menlo Park, New Jersey, before 131.
Addison\'s technology has transformed the candlelight world, and his light bulb has been a signature image of a new idea for years.
Its shape is 21-
Although edison incandescent\'s incandescent lamps waste energy by releasing more heat than light, century consumers are reluctant to stay. (
See article about National Geographic magazine Light pollution: the night we disappear. \")
We think consumers want a bulb that looks like a light bulb, said Stephanie Anderson, communications director at Osram Sylvania, Danvers, Massachusetts, part of Siemens, Germany.
Osram Sylvania has designed an LED bulb as 40-
For months, Watt had incandescent lamps in his store in Lova.
Distorted appearance of main energy-
Family-saving light bulbs are now on the market, compactfluorescent (CFL)
Being seen by the lighting industry as one of a series of stumbling blocks that prevent products from gaining in-depth recognition. A U. S.
A government survey last year found that only 11% of home outlets had CFLs.
Although CFLs can easily save consumers money by lowering utility bills because they consume 75% less energy than incandescent lamps and last for five years rather than months, but consumers pay for new their colors, premature fatigue, dimmable CFLs, and because they contain a small amount of mercury, they need to be treated with extra care.
Lighting experts have long toutedlasting, ultra-low-energy light-
First of all, it is seen as an indicator light on the appliance as a remedy for almost all of these problems.
From traffic lights to large TV screens to strong flashlights, led is common in thousands of applications.
Years of research have come into being.
Brighter and brighter
White LEDs, lighting manufacturers are now ready to offer products that they think are good enough for the hall lights.
Anderson says 60 watts is the holy grail of LED replacement games.
We are definitely the first race to offer the most popular bulbs in the US.
Will consumers pay more?
The cost will be the biggest hurdle for consumers, with incandescent lamps selling for about 25 cents and LED bulbs selling for about $30, Anderson said.
General Electric spokesman Todd Alhart said the company expects the replacement price of the first LED household bulbs to be between $40 and $50.
Manufacturers will have to convince consumers
For a bulb that lasts 20 years and will reduce utilities, the front end cost is worth it.
According to US media reportsS.
Average data from the US Department of EnergyS.
Families use about 40 light bulbs and spend $200 a year on lighting, equivalent to 20% of the electricity bill. U. S.
Consumers can choose incandescent lamps that are much cheaper.
As part of energy
Three years ago, Congress passed a savings bill that called for the gradual elimination of Edison incandescent lamps starting in 2012.
In the same legislation, Congress is trying to stimulate the development of more alternatives, including authorizing the first high-tech developer to receive a $10 million bonus
High quality LED bulbs for 60-
Incandescent lamps for home use.
But so far, there is only one company, Philips, the world\'s largest lighting company, and a department of Royal Philips Electronics in the Netherlands, already in L-
Awards sponsored by the United StatesS.
Doe and many partners in utility companies. Philippine New Year-
The old entry is still passing rigorous testing to ensure it meets the brightness and durability standards, with 200 bulbs tested for 6,000 hours at temperatures up to 113 degrees Fahrenheit (45º C).
Utilities across the country are actually testing 1,300 samplesworld settings;
Kelly Gordon, project manager at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, said it is important that the company is able to produce a large number of samples, a company that provides leading technical support to Doe
National Lighting Program.
\"We don\'t want them to be able to assemble something in the lab without really being close to the market,\" she said . \".
The department expects more entries, Gordon said, and the competition will continue until it finds products that meet the test.
Anderson of Osram siwania is praising L-
Her company has been focusing on producing bulbs for the market, not prizes, she said.
In addition to 60 led, there are other led into the domestic market
Replace the bulb.
LED maker Cree, located in Durham, North Carolina, sells alternatives to home-mounted lamps at Home Depot stores for about $50 per unit.
Cree bulbs are integrated with consumer-installed fixtures to try to take advantage of one of the most common lighting features in the USS.
Home with 0. 5 billion embedded downlights.
Nevertheless, all research that puts a new generation of light bulbs in the living room, kitchen, bedroom, and bathroom is done to capture a fraction of the lighting industry pie.
Commercial Lighting dominates the world\'s $108 billion lighting market, with only 12 residential lighting. 5 percent.
But Al Safarikas, marketing director at Cree, says this is an inevitable focus for manufacturers.
While the home market is not the biggest lighting market, it\'s how we connect with lighting, as we do by eating food to connect to food, he said.
The home market is a very intimate way of reaching out to individuals.
Researchers predict that the upcoming lighting revolution can save trillions of dollars: \"inventors save energy by tuning the dark lights\" note: Another image was used in the early photos of the story.
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