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GlacialTech Inc. has launched the T8 low-power LED lighting tubes under the GlacialLight brand. Their power consumption is <10 W for a 2-ft tube and less than 20 W for a 4-ft tube. They individually support four AC input voltage specs, including 100 to 110, 120, 220 to 240, and 277 V. The T8 features overtemperature protection (OTP) that automatically shuts down the tube at a relatively high temperature and starts it up at a relatively low temperature. When the input voltage does not fall within its specified range, the OTP is triggered. The LED tubes are designed to replace the cathode fluorescent tubes currently available. The LEDs are suitable for use in flashlights, torches and spotlights, and they require no warm-up time in cold environments.

Photonics Spectra
Aug 2010

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