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Updated: July 8th, 2008 05:26 PM CDT

Lamina Ceramics Introduces New Ultra-Bright LED Light Engines

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"We developed our Atlas LED light engines by listening to the wants and needs of customers," said Mr. McConaghy . "Lamina's Atlas line pushes solid state lighting to center stage by making possible applications which until now could only be accomplished with traditional lighting sources, and by creating many entirely new lighting opportunities." Up to twice as bright as Lamina'sBL-4000 line, Atlas offers a mechanically robust package design, incorporating protective dome covered diodes and featuring Lamina's solder-ease construction-- making soldering child's play.

Atlas was created with an identical footprint to Lamina's award-winningBL-4000, thus enabling compatibility with BL-4000 accessories and standard LED driver electronics. Atlas features a lambertian light emission pattern thatcan be optically controlled with coordinating wide, medium, and narrow optics.

All of these technical benefits result in unparalleled ease in design builds and integration, and Lamina provides unmatched product integration support. The company's experienced sales application engineers, knowledgeable in LED design integration, optics, heat sinks, and electronics are just aphone call away. To request a sample or to speak with a sales applications engineer, lighting designers can call the company at (609) 265-1401. Productsamples are available immediately; production volume manufacturing begins in early June 2006 .

About Lamina Ceramics, Inc.

Founded in 2001, Lamina Ceramics defines the state of technology in thedevelopment and manufacture of super-bright LED light engines. Lamina's LED packaging technology and design with its proprietary packaging provides unsurpassed thermal management and interconnectivity. Lamina's ceramictechnology was twelve years in development by Sarnoff Corporation.

Lamina Ceramics is headquartered in Westampton, New Jersey, USA, (between Princeton and Philadelphia ) and occupies a 50,000-square-foot state-of-the-art, automated manufacturing facility. The Lamina team consists of industry-seasoned engineering and production personnel dedicated to designing and building long-lasting LED light engines to exacting specifications. Lamina issupported by an industry leading global sales and distribution network. Itsinvestors include Morgenthaler Ventures, SpaceVest, Granite Global Venturesand CID Capital. For more information visit:www.LaminaCeramics.com


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