Monday, August 22, 2011

Dialight SafeSite® LED High Bay Now Certified for Paint Spray Applications

Rugged 10,000 Lumen LED Fixture Offers Maximum Energy Savings, Superb Visibility and Maintenance-Free Performance for Automotive, Aerospace and Other Paint Booth/Storage Applications

Farmingdale, NJ (August 22nd, 2011) – Dialight (LSE: DIA.L), the global innovation leader in LED lighting technology, announced today that its SafeSite® LED High Bay luminaire has been qualified to the UL-1254 standard for use in paint spray applications. Dialight’s LED high bay fixture is designed specifically to replace conventional fluorescent and HID lighting in paint spray booths, auto body garages, paint mixing and storage facilities and other similar applications.

The LED High Bay for paint spray applications offers exceptional visibility with a CRI greater than 70 in both neutral white and cool white options. Delivering 10,000 lumens at 150W (66 lumens per watt), the fixture reduces energy consumption of traditional fixtures by 50% or more, with worry-free operation for up to a decade of zero-maintenance performance. The product also offers long-life operation with 80 percent lumen maintenance after 60,000 hours of continuous operation.

“Thanks to Dialight’s industry-leading design innovation, our high bay products continue to make their way into an increasingly wide range of applications,” said Roy Burton, Dialight Group Chief Executive. “In this case, the high bay’s low maintenance and quality of light have become attractive features in this niche market.”

The paint spray-certified SafeSite product is designed for easy retrofit from existing fluorescent fixtures with various mounting accessories available to meet current installation requirements, including pendant mount, swivel bracket and ceiling mount. Its low-profile design minimizes the build-up of dirt and dust that can interfere with paint application.

For more information about the Dialight SafeSite LED High Bay for paint spray applications including IES files and technical datasheets, visit www.dialight.com. Dialight’s products are listed on the U.S. federal government’s GSA Schedule 56, contract number GS-07F-0664X.

Monday, August 15, 2011

Dialight’s Prism® CBI® and Micro LED® SMD LED Set the Standard



Versatile SMD Indicator Series and Surface Mount LED Line Excel in Both Form and Function

Farmingdale, NJ (August 15th, 2011)– Dialight (LSE: DIA.L), the global leader in LED lighting technology, continues to set the standard with its innovative Prism® CBI® indicators and Micro LED® SMD LED product line. Offering unique engineering benefits and cost-effective features, these Dialight products deliver maximum flexibility to technology and telecommunications product manufacturers.

Prism products are used in a variety of applications, including storage servers, switches, routers, telecommunications equipment and infrastructure products. Dialight’s Prism indicators are the industry’s only SMD indicator series designed to survive 260°C peak reflow temperature and provide the aesthetic appeal of a diffused lens for enhanced viewing.

Manufacturers who use Prism products save on production costs since the products are compatible with automated pick-and-place equipment and eliminate the necessity of wave soldering processes. Prism® products are RoHS compliant and are available with a 2mA low-current LED.

A unique right angle surface mount solution, Prism CBI indicators package LED with a light pipe and black, low-profile PPA housing, conserving space, enabling mounting on card edges and offering contrast for greater clarity. Prism® also delivers clear, crisp light via a diffused lens for direct view applications.

The Prism Series comes in a range of package sizes as well as single-level, bi-level and tri-level configurations with 2mm and 3mm lenses. The design easily accommodates bi-color and tri-color applications, minimizing light bleed while maximizing transmission.

In addition to the Prism Series, Dialight offers a complete line of discrete LEDs – the Micro LED Surface Mount LED range. These products enable transmission of the full spectrum of colors (including bi-color and tri-color options) and offer a variety of intensities, incorporating innovative AllnGaP and InGaN technology.

With ChipLED packaging, PLCC and right-angle and reverse-mount configurations, the Dialight Micro LED Surface Mount LED product line delivers mounting options as well as flexible viewing angles and lens features.

Micro LED products are compatible with Optopipe® series light pipes as well as Surface mount Reflow processes to Jedec Standards. Package sizes include 0603, 0606, 0805, 1206, 1208, 1210 and1616. RoHS compliant, Micro LED products are available in 2mA low current versions. They eliminate the need for mixed technology PC board processing, thus providing a cost-effective solution to manufacturers.

With ease of placement, unique features and fewer manufacturing process requirements, Prism CBI indicators and the Micro LED product line can help technology and telecommunications equipment manufacturers reduce costs while delivering quality products. For more information, please view our Surface Mount LED selector guide.

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Dialight Vigilant™ Series High Intensity L-856 LED Strobe Achieves FAA Certification


World’s First LED-based High-Intensity System to be Installed on 1,200-foot Tower in North Carolina; Long-Life LEDS Dramatically Reduce Maintenance Cost, Risk of Fines and Energy Consumption

Farmingdale, NJ (August 9th, 2011) – Marking a major milestone in LED obstruction lighting, Dialight (LSE: DIA.L), the innovative global leader in LED lighting technology, announced today that its new Vigilant™ Series L-856 High Intensity Strobe has been certified by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for use on towers, smokestacks and chimneys in excess of 500 feet tall. The Dialight product is the first of its kind to achieve FAA certification and Dialight is now the first ever to offer a complete line of all LED-based FAA-certified aircraft obstruction lighting.

As the first installation of a FAA certified, all LED high-intensity strobe system in the world, the Vigilant Series L-856 will be installed on a 1,200 foot C-4 communications tower operated by a public television network. The change out from Xenon technology will be performed through Slatercom-WCD, Dialight’s distribution partner based in Salem, Ore.

According to the Federal Communications Commission, some 27 fines were imposed on operators between January 2008 and August 2010 for failed lighting, improper monitoring of lighting and/or improperly painted communications towers alone, totaling nearly $300,000 in fines. In addition, the cost to repaint A-style towers can top $20,000 every 3-5 years.

Designed to replace traditional Xenon technology, the Dialight L-856 offers a dramatic maintenance savings over existing systems, with at least 10 years of worry-free operation. Backed by Dialight’s 5-year full-performance warranty, the Vigilant Series L-856 eliminates the need for frequent bulb changes, tower painting and the risk of hefty FAA fines for failed lighting common with other systems.

“This product superbly leverages Dialight’s industry-leading LED technology to solve a vexing problem for tower and smokestack operators across the country who must contend with exceptionally high costs and safety risks in maintaining their obstruction systems,” said Roy Burton, Dialight’s Group Chief Executive. “It debuted to rave reviews at the National Association of Broadcasters show in Las Vegas this spring with operators there touting its exceptional reliability, vibration resistance and low RFI interference, in addition to the tremendous maintenance savings.”

The L-856 High Intensity system leverages the same renowned patented reflector-based optics design found in the Dialight L-864 and L-865 medium-intensity system, which boasts the largest installed base of LED obstruction lighting in the country. With superior optics, the Dialight systems reduce unnecessary light pollution and ground scatter while still meeting the FAA’s stringent light intensity requirements. The product also meets ICAO requirements for Europe.

Ruggedized for harsh conditions, the L-856 High Intensity Beacon is designed for operation in ambient temperature range of -40C to +55C and is highly resistant to lightning, vibration and shock.

The Dialight system is also compatible with third-party synchronization/controller systems, including interfacing with medium-intensity antenna obstruction lighting for communication towers.

For more information about Dialight’s growing line of FAA-certified obstruction lighting, visit www.dialight.com.


Vigilant™ Series LED Based L-856 High Intensity (White) Strobe
Vigilant™ Series FAA Certified LED Obstruction Lights

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Dialight Introduces New 14,000 Lumen DuroSite® LED High Bay


Most Efficient LED High Bay on the Market Delivers 93 Lumens Per Watt; Award-Winning Design Leads the Industry with Largest Installed Base in Industrial Applications

Farmingdale, NJ (August 2nd, 2011) – Dialight (LSE: DIA.L), the global innovation leader in LED lighting technology, today announced the launch of its new 14,000 lumen LED DuroSite® High Bay fixture. Delivering 93 lumens per watt, the new DuroSite fixture is the most efficient high bay luminaire on the market.

This latest addition to its award-winning DuroSite LED High Bay product line, Dialight’s innovative new design offers nearly 20 percent more light output with no increase in power consumption: the High Bay still consumes just 150 watts for maximum efficiency and minimal heat output. The new 14,000 lumen product also offers exceptionally long life, up to a full decade of worry-free, maintenance-free operation backed by the company’s five-year full performance warranty.

Featuring Dialight’s unique anti-reflective coated Crystal View AR lens, the new DuroSite High Bay offers superb optics and durability, exceeding the IEC 61215 protocol, successfully enduring more than one year of damp heat exposure (85°C at 85% relative humidity), 60 cycles of humidity/freeze testing and 17 weeks in ASTM 8-117 salt fog testing with negligible impact on light transmittance.

The unit is IP66 certified, UL1598A listed and IDA Dark Sky compliant for use in outdoor and marine locations, in addition to indoor use for warehouses, manufacturing facilities and cold storage applications. The Dialight High Bay also comes in at just one-fourth the height of conventional HID fixtures for a lower installation profile that reduces dust and dirt accumulation and interference with air circulation or other structures.

Our High Bay products have already proven to be the most efficient industrial lighting solution in a wide range of applications, with many of our customers realizing a payback period of less than two years,” said Roy Burton, Dialight’s Group Chief Executive. “Now with even greater light output at the same low wattage, companies that are considering LEDs have yet another incentive to make the switch to LED and take advantage of the outstanding rebates now available in every state.”

With more than 30,000 units installed in under two years, including many at the Fortune 100 level, Dialight’s DuroSite High Bay boasts the largest installed base of LED high bay fixtures in the industry for industrial applications. The product line has also garnered industry praise for its superb energy efficiency and savings, earning both a Platinum award for Best Retrofit and a Gold award in the in the High Bay category in the 2011 Architectural SSL Product Innovation Awards, and it was recently named a Top Money-Saving Product for 2011 in the Lighting category by BUILDINGS Magazine.

In addition to the new 14,000 lumen DuroSite product, Dialight also offers its SafeSite High Bay for hazardous location use, the first fixture of its kind to be certified for Class I Div 1 and Div 2, Class II Div 1 and Div 2, and Class III Div 1 and Div 2 applications. Other versions of Dialight’s award winning LED high bays include narrow aisle optics, neutral white and cool white color temperatures, occupancy sensors and dimmable options.

For more information on these products and more, which are now listed on the U.S. federal government’s GSA Schedule 56 for Buildings and Building Materials/Industrial Services and Supplies under contract number GS-07F-0664X, visit Dialight's Website