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Zhongtian Lighting wins $5 million LED order from overseas markets


July 15 , 2012 , 5:39 pm

Abstract:Zhongtian Lighting Co., Ltd., a premier China manufacturer of led lights based in Shenzhen, has received a big order of $5 Million from the European and American markets.
Keywords: led

Zhongtian Lighting Co., Ltd., a premier China manufacturer of led lights based in Shenzhen, has received a big order of $5 Million from the European and American markets.The company has partnered with large distributors in Europe and America by promoting its LED light brand through e-commerce and uniting module factories to supply LED lights to them.

Currently, the major products of Zhongtian Lighting are LED tube lights and LED spot lights. Mr Li also said that Zhongtian would greatly promote its core products, LED flood lights and LED tunnel lights.

Mr. Li believes that Zhongtian Lighting would make a greater breakthrough in the European and American markets in 2012. Through the pattern of e-commerce, Zhongtian has broken into the Europe and US markets by cooperating with module factories. About five distributors with such scale have been the customers of Zhongtian lighting, estimated that the number will double and redouble. Zhongtian Lighting designs and manufactures products according to their customers’ requirements of luminous efficiency, price and other conditions.


First Light Technologies to light up US Military Facility with solar LED lights
July 15 , 2012 , 5:37 pm

Abstract:182 PLB Series Solar LED Bollards from First Light Technologies will be installed at a US Military Facility in the southern United States.
Keywords: led lights

182 PLB Series Solar LED Bollards from First Light Technologies, a leading manufacturer of both low (185 and 254nm wavelengths) and medium pressure UVC lamp, will be installed at a US Military Facility in the southern United States.The company has completed the trial installation.

The lights will illuminate 1.25 miles of jogging trails and highlight the location of bridges on a golf course. The sites required effective low-level illumination but did not have access to the grid.

The facility had earlier tried a solar power system with wired bollards but had to remove them due to poor performance and installation difficulties, so this time wished to avoid the expense and site disruption of trenching and wiring between bollards.

The PLB's completely self-contained design, combined with robust, high quality construction and unequalled solar power performance made it the perfect choice. Contractors found the installation was simple and were able to complete as many as 60 per day. The facility officials reported that even after some of the golf course bridges were flooded after installation, the lights continued to perform reliably.

The facility is undergoing one of its biggest construction booms ever with over $300 million in new construction and renovation projects in support of its Transformation over the next several years.




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