Seoul Semiconducter’s LED chosen for ‘Oasis of the Seas’

 
   

World leading LED manufacturer Seoul Semiconductor, has supplied LED products for all external balcony lights on the ‘Oasis of the Seas.’

The ‘Cruise Balcony Light’ onboard the vessel consumes just 4.5 Watts using three of Seoul Semiconductor’s LEDs, which is ten times more energy efficient than halogen lamps.  

Seoul Semiconductor’s LED products combined with its phosphor technology and packaging capacity improve luminous efficiency, reliability and its products offer excellent luminous efficacy (100lm/W) from a single light source.

Seoul Semiconductor revealed that the Balcony Cruise lights will also be installed for ‘Allure of the Seas,’ which will be launched in late 2010 by Royal Caribbean Cruises.

A Seoul Semiconductor representative said, "It is of great symbolic significance that our products are used for the world’s largest cruise ship.

“Our products are eco-friendly luminous sources with high efficiency that will contribute to expanding the base of LED lighting environments."

 
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: C.F
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