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Super-bright LED Bazooka

flashlight bazooka.jpgThis one caught my eye recently. And if the real thing caught your eye, you would be blinded. An LED Bazooka torch, comprising 500 5mm super-bright white LEDs… Just 50 Watt power consumption at full power!

Thanks to Techeblog for flagging this one.

Tags: power consumption, super bright white leds, torch, watt power

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1 Comment

  1. Janice
    September 15, 2010 00:57

    Well, that sounds like a lot of light – probably more than is needed in most cases. I work with Sharp and have been doing research on LED lighting, especially super bright LED. LED lighting uses 80% less energy than incandescent lighting, produces 500% more light per Watt, and
    does not produce as much heat. This can save on energy and maintenance costs. I think they are the lighting of the future.

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