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light engine

n
(Railways) a railway locomotive in motion without drawing any carriages or wagons. US equivalent: wildcat
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A light engine slid through the station, and he caught a glimpse of young.
From helping to build our brand online to bringing our light engines into new companies and emerging markets, Mouser's committed partnership ensured our mutual success in 2015," said Kris Keuser, Head of Distribution at Lumileds.
8220;The acquisition of strategic elements of Philips OLED lighting technology, manufacturing and OEM sales channels significantly broadens our mission to deliver high performance OLED light engines to a wide range of lighting applications,” said David DeJoy, CEO OLEDWorks.
Innovations in Optics' high-power white LED light engines for OEM fiberoptic Illumination, LumiBright Light Engines, couple directly to liquid light guides and fiber bundles with no additional optics, delivering up to 4,000 lumens into the light guide.
International Resource News-June 2, 2014--Soraa introduces new range of LED light engines
TRP's 8 new families of LED light engines are designed to be easy to drop into a variety of existing luminaire designs.
According to the company, these light engines can be efficiently driven at twice the nominal current, which translates into enhanced system flexibility and industry leading lumen per dollar performance.
Luminaires bearing the Zhaga mark are certified to meet the organization's requirements, indicating that end users can use replacement light engines from any manufacturer bearing the same mark.
Zhaga is a global industry consortium for setting interface standards for LED light engines so that the LED components have common interfaces to interchange regardless of different suppliers.
LumaSmart, which specialises in various electronic assemblies such as circuit boards, LED light engines and LED light fixtures, is headquartered in Michigan and has manufacturing facilities in Macomb.
The net proceeds will be used to develop Chroma-White, the next generation of LED light engines and provide further working capital to support Photon-Star's growth.
Light engines provide a more modular approach to luminaire design by providing a complete light source unit that can be incorporated into a luminaire rather than separately installing the needed components.