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Put together a makeshift work light using some AXLE9 XB that we sell here on the SS. My Home Depot Halogens are elsewhere at the moment so what a better way to make some use of some left over Axiom LEDs, a transformer can lid and a tri-pod I picked up along with an old Axiom Power supply that has 40,000 hours from the Great White Hope Testing. I manually set the Axiom LED Power Supply to operate the AXLE9 XB modules at 14.6 volts (1.6 watts per module) instead of 12 volts @ .5 watts per module shifting the brightness to be on par with a T8 Lamp or a 13mm Tri-phosphor lamp operating at 60ma. I just used 12 AXLE 9 modules I even put a few on the back in case I have the lamp near a wall to to give me some additional halo lighting or direct light depending on the use Damn these suckers are BRIGHT!!! A lot of light for just 12 modules and of course just 32 watts The upside to this over the regular halogens as hot of a summer we're having, no great direct heat on me where I'll be in the crawls space and I won't have to worry about them accidentally falling over. Maybe in the near future i'll spend some time and perfect the lamp with adjustable hinges and prettier background but for now with something I had to slap together last minute it works!!! Axioms AXLE9 Modules, $2.00 each x 15 = $30 Axiom LED Power Supply $32 Transformer can lid = Free Tri-pod $12 Total = $74
Here's a video we did on an easy/simple way of explaining the Axiom AXLE9-XB High Bightness LEDs that are made in the US with Nichia of Japan Diodes & Phosphors and how you can use one LED line for three applications, small channel letters, large channel letters & sign cabinet lighting also how they compare to similar class LEDs.
Orlando, FL - International Sign Association (ISA) Show Only $1.25 Each - Now Available in North America AxiomLED has announced that it has begun volume shipments in North America for its AXLE9-SW65 white LED for signage and channel letter applications. 'The AXLE9-SW65 is the brightest and the lowest cost per linear foot system in the world,' stated Manuel Lynch, CEO of AxiomLED. 'We have had massive adoption of this product in places around the world doing major brand conversions and we are now bringing this product to North America.' The AXLE9-SW65 sells for $1.25 each and is over 100 lumen each, 20-40% brighter than other 'Value' products offered by manufacturers of LED lighting systems for the sign industry. The AXLE9-SW65 uses Nichia of Japan patented white LED technology and boasts an 80,000 hour lifetime. The AXLE9-SW65 features innovative interconnect technology that allows sign fabricators to use as few as one part to as many as fifty (50) parts per power supply. The AxiomLED PS60HS12 ruggedized weather proof power supply is only $25.00 in low volume and under $20.00 in high volume. 'Not only are we bringing the North American market the lowest cost and highest value LED line but we are also showing customers why our power supplies are used by major companies around the world,' commented Lynch. 'We have several hundred of this power supply used on the signature globe that sits on top of the Revel Casino in Atlantic City that is about to open. The AXLE9-SW65 is covered by a standard 5 year warranty. Sign companies can purchase this product online directly from AxiomLED at: http://store.axiomled.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=AXLE9-SW65 See examples of AxiomLED installations around the world: http://www.axiomled.com/AxiomLED/Examples/Archive.html