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Drop-in Elevator LED Lamps

TORRANCE, Calif., May 7 -- LEDtronics has introduced its BL630 and BXL630 series LED lamps, which are replacements for incandescent #1383 R12-style lamps found in elevator cabs, cabinets and recessed lighting applications. These energy-efficient and long-life illuminators have a 15-mm single-contact bayonet base, draw just 2.4 W and feature 30 incandescent white LEDs. Series Bx630 R12 lamps are available in two lengths: BL630 is 2.58"L (65.6 mm), and BXL630 is 3.58"L (90.4 mm).

Series BL630/BXL630 LED lamps are 12/14VDC standard; other voltages are available on special order. With factory-approval, BL630/BXL630 LED lamps may be ordered in other colors and shades of white. Lamps carry a three-year limited warranty. Elevator manufacturers, industrial designers and maintenance departments will find these lights to be excellent solutions for maintenance-intensive and low-voltage applications.

With an average LED life span of 100,000-plus hours (11 years), LEDs operate reliably year after year. Solid-state design renders LEDs impervious to electrical and mechanical shock, vibration, frequent switching and environmental fluctuation. Integrated current-limited resistors prevent short-circuiting. LED lamps use only 10 to 20 percent of the energy consumed by equivalent incandescent lamps that, when combined with their maintenance-free operation, results in substantial cost savings.

BL630/BXL630 LED lamps start at $55 each, depending on quantity.
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LEDtronics Inc.
23105 Kashiwa Court
Torrance, CA 90505
Phone: 310-534-1505; 1-800-579-4875 (toll-free)
Fax: 310-534-1424

Publish Date: May 2004
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