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CU-Beam Up Light
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Low Optical Flicker Less Than 1%
The UL verification method is designed to provide informed levels of dimming performance measuring flicker index and optical flicker percentage of luminaires or lamps, when powered at their nominal supply voltage and frequency; it cover phase cut and non-phase cut dimming methods for all light sources. The measurements involve different dimming levels; full light output, dimming to 20, 10, min light output.
Dyson is a global technology company. We transform every category we enter with radical and iconic reinventions that work, perform and look very different. We're about better ideas and better technologies, to solve the problems that others often ignore. • 5: Dyson currently has five main areas of technology: corded & cord-free vacuum cleaners, environmental control machines, Dyson Supersonic™ hair dryers , Dyson Airblade™ hand dryers and Dyson lighting. • 75: Dyson machines are sold in more than 75 countries • £1.5 billion: Dyson has committed to a £1.5bn investment in future technology. We are developing four new portfolios of technology, and will launch 100 new products around the world in the next four years • £15 million: Dyson works with over 30 universities worldwide to foster engineering talent, including a £15m investment in a joint robotics lab with Imperial College, London, and an £8m investment in the Dyson Centre for Engineering Design at Cambridge University, UK. • 5,000+: Dyson employs more than 5,000 people worldwide, a third of whom are engineers
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