LEd light

Increase awareness of your products by using energy-efficient LED lighting

LED lighting  has evolved  over the last 10 years and now has a life span of up to 50,000 hours which in the longer run, provides for cheap lighting.

LED, point light, emit little heat and no UV light, making them suitable as lighting for heat-sensitive goods. Moreover, they are not susceptible to shock and vibration.

We have developed two LED strips. A standard and a premium bar. These can be easily attached e.g. under the label strip. The track takes little space but creates attention grabbing high lighting  to the products being displayed.

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Displays at the checkout without LED light


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Displays at the checkout with LED light

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Displays at the checkout without LED light


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Displays at the checkout with LED light

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Displays at the checkout without LED light


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Displays at the checkout with LED light

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Without LED


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With LED, new top signage and shelf edge strips (4 upper shelves)

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The new generation of LED- self-adhesive/strip!
90 diodes per meter!
LED strip with quick connectors and 3M double sided tape.
30 diodes more per meter than conventional tape! It provides one-selling light with even distribution.


Fact:
Light: Warm White approx 3500K 90 Diodes / m
Voltage: 12 Volts
Number of LEDs: 60 pcs. / Meter
Power: 5 Watts per meter
Type of LED: TOP SMD 3528 (2012)
Intensity: 850 mcd per LED
Beam angle: 120 degrees Rated lifetime: 50 000 hours
Width: 8 mm
Height: 2.5mm
Can be cut every 5 cm.

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HDMI Cable with LED light

HDMI / HDMI mini
Special cable made into a display stand with HD display




LED history

A little history.  In 1907, Henry Joseph Round discovered that a light emitted from a piece of silicon carbide (SiC). The light was yellow, and too weak to use for something, but the development went ahead. In the late 20s Bernhard Gudden and Robert Wichard Pohl working in Germany with phosphorus and zinc sulfide with copper (ZnS: Cu), but the light was still too weak to be of any use.

The British succeeded in the early 60s to create a kind of modern LED, through experiments with Gallium Arsenide semiconductor(GaAs). However, it could only produce infrared invisible light.
The first LED visible light was born in the late 60's and produced a red light, using gallium arsenide phosphide (GaAsP). By enhancing this material they could eventually obtain yellow light and then even green.

But it was not until in the late 90's before the blue light was produced using indium galliumnitrit (InGaN).
From the blue light it was only a short step to the white and warm white light. Adding phosphorus oxide around the blue chip, which filters the blue light and in this way a white light was acheaved.

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  • Video brochure

    We now have our own production of brochures with LCD screens!


    2012-08-21
  • New product

    Our new premium LED strip (aluminum) is now ready for delivery .They  have a stronger light and a clever magnetic suspension.


    2012-08-15
  • Offices in China

    To ensure our production in China, we have our own staff in place!


    2012-06-01
  • New office

    BSP Media has moved to new premises and is now located in the center of Båstad. Map can be found under the menu Contact.


    2012-01-09