LED sheet light

  • 29-Apr-2009 03:18 EDT
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Grote Industries introduces LightForm technology, a thin, flexible sheet of LED light that requires little energy and is able to be fully illuminated by a small handheld battery pack. The illuminated sheet of paper-thin material flexes, bends, twists, and rolls in order to change the shape, design, and application of interior and exterior vehicle lighting. A thin-film, solid-state lighting device, LightForm is 1 mm (0.04 in) thick and features a reduced environmental impact; availability in various colors, finishes, and geometries; robust tolerances; and advantages over current accent and environmental lighting solutions for trucks, aircraft, and watercraft. With less material, a LightForm lamp can be mounted via a peel-and-stick method, eliminating the need to drill holes, affix mounting brackets, and use fasteners.
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