- April 24, 2013
SADDLE BROOK, NJ | Unilux has won the C2 Converting Innovation Award 2013 for the development of its LED2000-Series LED stroboscopic inspection lights. The award was presented at the recent ICE USA 2013, April 9–11, in Orlando, FL.
The new series of LED strobe lights combines the power of traditional xenon-powered strobe lights with the operating benefits of LED lighting and is said to have more adjustment capabilities for more effective inspection at full production speeds.
“Developing our new LED strobe lights was a team effort in every sense,” says Mike Simonis, president of Unilux. “Our customers and sales staff provided great feedback at every step of our design process to tell our engineering and software team what they needed to create an indispensable inspection tool. Winning the C2 Converting Innovation Award demonstrates how good things can happen when companies and their customers keep their lines of communication open.”
Unilux completely re-engineered the concept of LED-based stroboscopic surface inspection lights with the creation of the LED2000-Series. The new lights are five times brighter than the company’s first generation of LED strobes, giving the same lighting performance as the company’s proven xenon-based lights. They operate on only 25% to 35% of the power consumption of company’s Lith-O-Light strobes, are about one-third the size of their traditional equivalents, and are lighter while reportedly replicating their power and increasing the flash-rate range.