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Halostar Starlite passes “space inspection”
OSRAM conquers space
While the lamps of other manufacturers tested suffered from damage to the filament due to the hefty vibrations of the space simulation, they had no effect on the light output and quality of the 12-volt, 50- watt Halostar Starlite lamps. This OSRAM product also withstood x-rays and infrared radiation with any problems, as well as the vibrations and vacuum simulated in the test. Even under the most difficult
"space conditions," its light quality did not suffer at all.
As a result, OSRAM halogen lamps will now shine with new radiance not only within your own four walls.
With the help of the Halostar Starlite, satellite cameras will be able to achieve a distinct improvement in the quality of the images they take of Earth, and will be able to deliver reliable data even under the most difficult conditions.
As Thomas Heider, GM Marketing at Mitsubishi Electric OSRAM Ltd., puts it, "We are proud that our products are being used not only in the area of general lighting, but also that their quality enables them to be used for innovative, scientific purposes as well."
As a result, one Halostar Starlite lamp will be onboard a state-of-the-art satellite as selected carefully when it takes off. MELCO Kamakura Works will complete development of the satellite in the coming year. The lamps will do more than just bring light into the darkness of space; in their small way, they will be making a contribution toward improving our understanding of our world.
Osram Opto Semiconductors GmbH
OSRAM is part of the Industry sector of Siemens and one of the two leading lighting manufacturers in the world. Sales for the OSRAM group worldwide in the year ending September 30, 2007 totaled 4.7 billion euros, 88 percent of which came from outside Germany. OSRAM is a high-tech company in the lighting industry. Around 60 percent of sales come from energyefficient products. This global player employs more than 41,000 people worldwide, supplies customers in some 150 countries and has 48 production facilities in 17 countries.
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