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THE 100W Incandescent Bulb: SANSI POWERS WITH 10W LED BULB!

The 2014 Sansi Press Conference was held on April 26, 2014 to unveil its revolutionary 10W LED bulb in replacement of the 100W incandescent bulb, an astounding low power never before achieved in lighting history.
Sansi first started its research and development plan of high quality LED bulbs in January of 2012. The first phase was completed by successfully producing a 40W LED bulb replacement, while the second phase focused on the development of 100W LED bulb. Many technical challenges were met by Sansi in order to achieve the 10W LED bulb. This included needing to simultaneously address high luminous efficacy, wide light distribution, superior heat dissipation performance all into a requested A19 bulb size.
The success of the 10W LED bulb is a symbol that embodies 21 years of Sansi’s strong R&D capabilities and long standing experience in the industry. Sansi managed to overcome all technical challenges, achieving a total lumen output of 1600 lumen with a 270 degree light distribution, having a lifetime of 40,000 hours all while running at an astonishing power of only 10 watts. 

 Sansi’s 10W LED bulb saves twice as much energy compared to other international brands, while joint temperature is maintained at <45℃, a great advantage from the general joint temperature of 60 ℃. Other significant features include a ceramic heat sink design for superior heat dissipation, an optimized IC power supply design, and a two-level omni-directional LED chip layout. The Sansi 10W LED bulb will be ready for mass production by May 2014.

 Shanghai Sansi, a high-tech private Chinese enterprise specializing in the development and production of LED application products, was first established in 1993. Its facilities covers 86,000m² with a staff of 1700. Sansi is the world’s largest R&D center in the LED applications industry. To this day Sansi has produced over 400,000 LED light fixtures and a total of100,000m²of LED displays.