|By Marketwired .||
|June 2, 2014 02:26 PM EDT||
JACKSON, MI -- (Marketwired) -- 06/02/14 -- Tesleon® Digital Induction Lighting Powered by Bosch is nothing short of a new genre in the lighting space. Onboard Digital Controls merged with patented lamp technology result in a lighting system of unprecedented source efficacy, controllability and reliability.
Digital Induction from Tesleon® provides unmatched levels of source efficacy. Through state of the art lamp manufacturing processes and, electronic innovations designed by Bosch; Tesleon® is the market leader in lumens per watt. Overdesigning a lighting solution to compensate for source degradation is a thing of the past. Through the use of intelligent power management, innovative lamp manufacturing process and proprietary phosphor blends, the Tesleon® System boasts a lumen maintenance curve unmatched in the industry.
Tesleon®'s flexible digital controls with an onboard CPU means unmatched controllability and capability when compared to rigid analog based, antiquated traditional lighting systems. The Tesleon® system is compatible with any open source ZigBee® based protocol control system via wired (0-10v) or wireless integration, making it possible to integrate scheduling, dimming and Health Utility Monitoring (HUMS Reporting) without any additional modular hardware.
"By honing in on the optimized formulaic values for each critical component; including fill pressure, current density, tube geometry, and coupler properties, our technical team created a system with an unmatched physical performance profile," commented Brandon Marken, Vice President of Marketing at Tesleon.
German engineering united with American innovation means a rugged, optimized, reliable lighting solution not seen before. With automotive grade component life cycle testing and domestic manufacturing standards, the Tesleon® system operates with a failure rate of under 10 parts per million; backed by a 10 year 100,000 hour guarantee.
"Owning the manufacturing chain doesn't only mean controlling processes, it also means using only the highest quality raw materials. With digital induction by Tesleon®, our engineers have specified and utilized only the highest grade glass, phosphors, processors and electronics components," explained Paul Wickett, Vice President of Engineering at Tesleon.
About EverLast® Lighting: The Tesleon® Digital Induction Lighting System Powered by Bosch is a ruggedized, tested, reliable lamp and driver configuration; run through the rigors of automotive grade component life cycle testing and reliability standards. These systems are designed and engineered to operate with a failure mode of less than 10 parts per million. The Tesleon® System comes with a 10 Year 100,000 hour guarantee. For additional product information, visit www.tesleon.com, call 844-837-5366 or send an email to [email protected].
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