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RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. , May 12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Cyberlux
Corporation, a leading provider of LED lighting
solutions, announced today that the Company has received the next in a series
of multi-million dollar commitments from the United States Air Force (USAF).
The new commitment represents an additional 50 WatchDog Visible and Covert
Portable Illumination Systems, an additional 30 BrightEye Dual Lighthead
Portable Illumination Systems and 40 BrightEye 4M Tower Portable Illumination
Systems. This USAF order for Cyberlux tactical lighting equipment equates to
The 2008 Department of Defense Appropriations legislation allocates
"This opportunity, combined with the
The BrightEye Portable Illumination System family is designed as visible and night-vision compatible illumination systems for general mission tactical lighting, force protection, maintenance lighting, expeditionary base protection, disaster first responders, and other rapidly deployable high- intensity lighting applications. Using advanced optics, advanced solid-state lighting technology, light-weight Li-On battery power, all contained in an easily transportable wheeled case, the BrightEye system is capable of eliminating the space-consuming bulk, noise and energy consumption of the current generator-powered incandescent lighting systems. Unique to the marketplace, the BrightEye system provides both white and night-vision compatible covert lighting, a capability not available in traditional lighting systems.
In September 2007 , the USAF Expeditionary Center Air Mobility Battlelab (AMB), an organization that explores high-payoff concepts, technologies and tactics to advance the capabilities of Rapid Global Mobility and Agile Combat Support, announced the successful completion of the BrightEye Portable Illumination System's evaluation period (http://www.amc.af.mil/news/story.asp?id=123069485). The Air Mobility Command expeditionary subject-matter experts evaluated the BrightEye System's capabilities and determined that the BrightEye System weighs 94% less than their current diesel-powered incandescent lighting systems, saves an estimated 63% in daily operating costs and is 97% smaller in footprint. In addition, the AMB concluded that the BrightEye System provides versatile and economical tactical lighting capability as required by expeditionary forces across all U.S. armed services.