lighting unit

lighting unit

A luminaire; esp. a portable luminaire.
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Such restriction put up some obstacles in using LEDs in the field of general lighting where the cut-off angle of the lighting unit typically defined between 55[degrees] and 65[degrees] [12,13].
Lumileds and the automotive lighting unit generated total sales of some EUR1.4bn last year, the group added.
It bought the remaining 10% it did not already own in its solar business from US solar energy specialist Southern Energy Management Inc and took the final 33% in its IES LED lighting unit from US Innovative Electronic Solutions Lighting LLC.
"Portfolio decisions will continue to be an important part of our company." Europe's largest engineering company is already planning to offload units such as airport luggage systems, mail automation and water technology after shareholders approved the spinoff of the underperforming Osram lighting unit.
The former lighting unit is available freehold at an asking price of PS300,000.
The lighting unit can also attach and conform to other instruments and suction devices, or be firmly docked on its own surgical drape base.
Company's Rhyno Series is now available in 12 and 24 volt, 200 to 450 watts to serve as an emergency lighting unit for industrial and harsh environments.
Eliminating the need for a fan prevents dirt and debris from blowing into the lighting unit, extending product life.
The aluminum-framed lighting unit was decidedly functional.
"The team took part in recycling the old lighting units announced by the Energy and Environment Park ENPARK, where the RTA participated by more than 4000 old lighting unit for recycling," said Al Ali.