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Edited by the Electronicstalk editorial team Nov 19, 2009

Oxley has introduced a series of bipolar LEDs to its range of LED incandescent bulb replacements.

Designed to replace standard BA9 and E10 incandescent bulbs in push-button switches and panel instrumentation, the ELEDs are suitable for use in rail, power and oil and gas applications.

Oxley has introduced a series of bipolar LEDs to its range of LED incandescent bulb replacements.

Oxley has introduced a series of bipolar LEDs to its range of LED incandescent bulb replacements.

These ELEDS have a multi-voltage operating range from 12V DC/V AC to 60V DC/V AC, ensuring bipolarity, thermal management and increased mean time between failure of 100,000 hours.

They utilise the latest LED technology to achieve the required levels of illumination.

The LED is machined to create a flat top that ensures 'true and even' behind bezel illumination and eliminates the hot spot often associated with earlier, more directional LEDs.

'The benefit of using an Oxley warm-white ELED is that the colour mimics that of an incandescent bulb and filters through all colours of push-button switches including the more problematic yellows and reds,' said David Howell, Oxley LED business manager.

Fully tested and qualified, the ELEDs are available now in white and warm white with green, blue, yellow and AlGaAs red variants to follow shortly.

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