New LED array builds a better street light

It's estimated there are over 300 million streetlights in the world, so it's good to see they're constantly being improved, with CityTouch connectivity, glare reduction and even pole-less systems springing up over the last few years. Considering taxpayers are footing the bill, it pays to improve their efficiency, so a team at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in Germany has developed an array of low-power LEDs that are more efficient, safer, cooler, and easier on the eyes... Continue Reading New LED array builds a better street light Category: Electronics Tags: lights City LED Efficiency Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Related Articles: Transparent butterfly wings could inspire low-reflectivity displays Nanoscale lattice is world's smallest Flower power: Transparent rose-petal skin enhances solar cells

New LED array builds a better street light

It's estimated there are over 300 million streetlights in the world, so it's good to see they're constantly being improved, with CityTouch connectivity, glare reduction and even pole-less ...

Fri 10 Feb 17 from Gizmag

Novel LED street lights reduce costs

Researchers of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) have developed a novel type of LED street light of increased efficiency. Compared to conventional LEDs, power consumption may be reduced ...

Tue 7 Feb 17 from Phys.org

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