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Publication Date: 07/1/2007
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PureSpectrum to Improve Half-Bridge Ballast Performance
Savannah, GA — Engineers from PureSpectrum, Inc. (Pink Sheets: PSPM) have developed a circuitry modification which could change the performance and popularity of Compact Fluorescent Light (CFL) bulbs.
In response to feedback received during meetings with major lighting manufacturers which took place during Lightfair International in May, PureSpectrum plans to integrate its proprietary circuitry topology with the industry standard half-bridge ballast design which powers most fluorescent lighting. The resulting design is expected to enable more rapid illumination for CFL bulbs while retaining high levels of energy efficiency and without degrading the lifespan of the plasma which lights the fluorescent tube.
According to recent independent tests performed by NVLAP-accredited testing facility Intertek, PureSpectrum Technology improves the run-up delay time for CFL bulbs manufactured by industry leaders Phillips, Sylvania and GE by as much as 400 percent. PureSpectrum engineers are nearing the completion of prototypes which splice specific components found in PureSpectrum Technology with existing half-bridge ballasts to create circuitry which will virtually eliminate illumination delays without sacrificing bulb longevity.
For more information, contact: Pure Spectrum, Inc., 5801 Abercorn St., Savannah, GA 31405
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