The Final Frontier of IoT

With all the industry buzz about the Internet of Things (IoT) it’s hard to parse through what is truly revolutionary and what is just a new way of doing the same old thing. Is replacing your wall switch with a remote control app in your smart phone really going to change the way one uses light and the Internet? Is it revolutionary to turn your lights on and off? Probably not. Is it revolutionary to set a timer to turn your lights on and off? Again, probably not. These standard lighting features have been around for decades, and migrating them to our ever present smart phones is at best a convenience and at worst a passing fad. There are truly too few companies who are thinking far enough outside the box to fully utilize the IoT revolution that is sweeping across multiple industries, including our own: Lighting.

American Bright Optoelectronics Corp. expands its family of IR products to cover Security, Remote Control, Appliance and Night Vision applications.

American Bright has introduced the most complete family of discrete infrared products in the industry, expanding its 20-year global leadership in the remote control and sensing markets. 

Chino, California January 15, 2016 – As of today, American Bright Optoelectronics Corp. released and expanded family of infrared (IR) products that include both through-hole and surface mount (SMT) variants of the industries' most popular components. The complete family comprises everything from discrete IR photo-transistors (PT), photo-diodes (PD), remote control modules (RCM), opto-couplers, high-power IR LEDs for night vision, and CCT imaging, including a full range of photo-interrupters. Industrial, American Bright serves all industrial, commercial and consumer markets with their IR product family.

 

American Bright Optoelectronics Corp. releases Ingeni-AC™ linear LED AC Solutions for fixture manufacturers at this year’s Strategies in Light conference in Santa Clara, California

 

American Bright has introduced a complete family of direct linear AC LED modules that allow for rapid product development and standards compliance while dramatically reducing bill of materials cost for the most common linear lighting applications. 

Chino, California November 10, 2015 – American Bright Optoelectronics Corp. today released the Ingeni-AC family of linear form factor direct AC LED modules that eliminate the need for costly external AC to DC conversion and both speeds total development time while radically reducing total fixture cost. The family of light engines employs American Bright’s patented SimpleDrive® technology that eliminates the need for capacitors, resistors and advanced magnetics while allowing users to connect modules directly to 120VAC, US mains, line voltages.  The entire series features UL 5VA lenses that allow for quick and easy passage of UL 1598.

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