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Breakthrough in LED Technology Increases Beam Angle Range and Uniformity of Light

Gem Hsin Electronics has announced new advances in its research and development of LED lighting products that enable wider beam angles competitors and uniformity of light. Gem Hsin has already started incorporating these cutting-edge research breakthroughs into its line of T5 / T8 LED Tube Lights.

There are significant breakthroughs in reducing the size of the heat-sinks needed in its LED products. Using laser-precision technology, extremely small holes are drilled beneath each LED, creating direct paths for heated air to escape to the heat-sink. This improvement, while seemingly minute, means that LEDs will stay cooler, improving efficiency and lifespan, and at the same time require less heat-sink mass for thermal optimization. Furthermore, this design breakthrough enables lighting products that have much wider beam angles, up to 220 degrees, as compared to competitors who typically can only offer beam angles of 180 degrees. One of the major criticisms of LED light has been that it is too focused and unpleasant, but these wider beam angles provide natural LED light for home and office environments.

Other LED makers use a single row of LEDs in their tube lights, Gem Hsin is now implementing a design that increases uniformity and quality of light by using two, staggered rows of LEDs. Instead of uneven light with unsightly bright and dark areas, these T8 LED Tube Lights produce, along their entire length, exactly the same, fantastic, high-quality, natural, soft light that consumers have been waiting for in an LED tube light.

The company has started incorporating them into their line of T5 / T8 LED Tube Lights that use 20% less energy than competing products and are available in two-feet-long, three-feet-long, four-feet-long, and eight-feet-long models, providing substantially lower operating costs.

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