Sounding Circle: LED-Flex replaces neon light
| LED-Flex replaces neon light||0 comments|
20 Mar 2006 @ 21:30, by Raymond Powers
How many times have you seen a broken or flickering neon light? Durability is not one neon's strengths. But now a new product, LED-Flex, has been introduced as a substitute for neon. The producer, www.MuleLighting.com , has managed to make the flexible LEDs have the appearance and brightness of neon. The biggest advantage of this product is the efficiency level — it reduces energy costs by about 70%. It also has all the advantages of LEDs — durability, a cool operating temperatures and longevity.
Other entries in Activism
2 Apr 2011 @ 01:00: The best place to be for subsistence....
11 Mar 2011 @ 01:23: Flute solo, Ocean, performed by Jonathan McCuen
18 Sep 2006 @ 23:03: Greenpeace Activists in Brazil Block Cargill Soy Facility
18 Aug 2006 @ 20:32: Ronald McHummer Sign-o-Matic
22 Jun 2006 @ 20:01: AT&T to customers: We own your data
21 May 2006 @ 14:05: Horizon Organic Milk Brand Faces Consumer Boycott Over Factory Farms
21 May 2006 @ 13:35: Protest Starbucks: National Week of Action June 19th-25th
21 Apr 2006 @ 22:54: Bush Plan To Hide Data on 1.5M Lbs. of Toxic Chemicals in California
25 Mar 2006 @ 01:03: How Foundations Are Undermining America's Social Change
24 Mar 2006 @ 07:22: Oglala Sioux president on South Dakota abortion law
Link to this article as: http://soundingcircle.com/newslog2.php/_v195/__show_article/_a.htm