Wavien, Inc. is demonstrating a new LED-Based Miniature Graphic Projector. Using its proprietary LED Recycling Technology, it produces over 1,000 lumens for indoor and outdoor applications.
Wavien’s 1,000-lumen miniature graphic projector system utilizes a 50 W single white LED from Luminus. The system projects graphic images with diameters up to 25 mm using consumer camera lenses for ease of operation.
Additionally, the use of these standard camera lenses lower the overall cost of the system, which allows high resolution images to be projected at the target. The low-power consumption of the LED-based projector allows simple battery operations and makes applications in hard-to-reach locations possible.
Dr. Kenneth Li, President and CEO of Wavien, Inc., who is also the inventor of Wavien’s recycling technology, stated this unique design enables LED-based products to have increased total brightness by over 80%.
This performance improvement is provided by adding a simple reflector with an aperture to standard LED packages. The diameter of the opening, which determines the amount of recycling, and the total size of the reflector can be scaled to meet the user’s needs.
Dr. Li noted that locations that were previously not able to have graphics projected, can now be served by Wavien’s low-power, high-output, and ultra narrow beam graphic projectors.
Wavien has made evaluation sample graphic projectors available for purchase by potential licensees of the RLT(TM) technology.