07 февраля 2013 14:32

Canadians create 'most energy-efficient' bulb

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A trio of Canadians claimed Wednesday to have invented the world's most energy-efficient bulb: a 12-watt LED light that shines as bright as a 100-watt incandescent one, AFP reports. Product developer Gimmy Chu told AFP the NanoLight design consists of a circuit board dotted with LED lights and folded into the shape of a bulb that plugs into a regular light fixture. "We needed the light to shine in all directions to mimic a traditional incandescent light bulb," said Chu, who with pals Tom Rodinger and Christian Yan launched a company last year to market the product after working on it for three years. The idea has raised more than $100,000 on a US crowdfunding website and generated pre-orders for more than 3,000 bulbs in the last month, according to Chu. The trio is now working on a version of the bulb that can be dimmed.


A trio of Canadians claimed Wednesday to have invented the world's most energy-efficient bulb: a 12-watt LED light that shines as bright as a 100-watt incandescent one, AFP reports. Product developer Gimmy Chu told AFP the NanoLight design consists of a circuit board dotted with LED lights and folded into the shape of a bulb that plugs into a regular light fixture. "We needed the light to shine in all directions to mimic a traditional incandescent light bulb," said Chu, who with pals Tom Rodinger and Christian Yan launched a company last year to market the product after working on it for three years. The idea has raised more than $100,000 on a US crowdfunding website and generated pre-orders for more than 3,000 bulbs in the last month, according to Chu. The trio is now working on a version of the bulb that can be dimmed.
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