LEARN

Luminys
.     CMOS Advantage
.     Color Rendering
.     DC Advantage

dedolight®
.     Two Faces of Light
.     dedolight® Technology
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The Optical System
.          Low Voltage Lamps
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The Lenses
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The Mechanics
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UV Radiation
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The Imager Projection Attachment
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LED Breakthrough
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Introducing of focusing dedolight LED Fixtures

Low Voltage Lamps
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Using low voltage lamps offers several advantages compared to traditional light sources:

  • They produce up to 40 lumens per watt (versus 20 – 25 lumens per watt of high voltage halogen lamps), further contributing to the enhanced light output.
  • They provide tremendous savings in operating cost due to their very low price and long life.
  • They are much less susceptible to premature lamp failure due to shock and vibration, allowing their use in rough applications where line voltage lamps may fail instantly.
Low Voltage Lamps
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Adding to the economic benefits:

  • The dedolight DLH4 light heads may be used in rain, snow and although not recommended, have been demonstrated while totally immersed in water.
  • These lights may be used with our wide choice of AC power supplies and DC batteries.
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