Patent Issued for Linear LED Lamp
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By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Journal of Engineering — A patent by the inventors Negley, Gerry (Chapel Hill, NC); van de Ven, Antony Paul (Hong Kong, CN); Pickard, Paul (Morrisville, NC), filed on December 8, 2010, was published online on November 19, 2013, according to news reporting originating from Alexandria, Virginia, by VerticalNews correspondents.

Patent number 8587185 is assigned to Cree, Inc. (Durham, NC).

The following quote was obtained by the news editors from the background information supplied by the inventors: “Light emitting diode (LED) lighting systems are becoming more prevalent as replacements for existing lighting systems. LEDs are an example of solid state lighting and have advantages over traditional lighting solutions such as incandescent and fluorescent lighting because they use less energy, are more durable, operate longer, can be combined in red-blue-green arrays that can be controlled to deliver virtually any color light, and contain no lead or mercury.

“In many applications, one or more LED dies (or chips) are mounted within an LED package or on an LED module, which may make up part of a lighting unit, light bulb, or more simply a ‘lamp,’ which may also include one or more power supplies to power the LEDs. Some units include multiple LED modules. A module or strip of a lamp includes a packaging material with meta…………… continues on

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