New light technologies are on their way to a mass market that can be affordable for consumers, according to the head of one of the world’s leading light-emitting diodes.
New light-harvesting devices, which have been developed in partnership with Japanese technology giant Toshiba Corp. and Japanese electronics giant Tosco, could make the cost of a standard LED bulb from a high of $100,000 to less than $100 a month, according the New York Times.
New technology, which could eventually be used in lighting for cars, planes, and other vehicles, is coming to the mainstream market soon, the Times reported.
“The light-bulb has been on our radar for a long time,” John S. Sifton, president of Toshiba’s advanced materials division, told the paper.
“But until now it’s been a niche market.”
The technology, known as a halogen light, has been used for decades by car manufacturers and home electronics makers.
Toshiba and Toshiba are developing light-sources that are capable of harvesting photons from light sources.
But it’s unclear if the new halogen bulbs will be commercially available to consumers, and the technology has not yet been proven to produce sufficient output to produce a large-scale consumer market, the paper reported.
The new technology is being marketed as a way to reduce energy consumption in the home, reduce electricity bills for homeowners, and help with energy efficiency.
The Times reported that the new light-collecting halogen-based bulbs could also be used for lighting up buildings and homes.
The New York Daily News reported that one new halogenic bulb that Toshiba will unveil on March 13 will have the output of one hundred watt hours, which is the same output of the new bulb from Toshiba.
It’s unclear how the new bulbs will compete with older LED bulbs that are more efficient at converting light to light energy.
SIFTON said the company is aiming to launch a new halogens in 2020.
But the Times said that the halogens are already being used in the homes of a growing number of Americans, as they are replacing older LED light bulbs in older buildings.
“We’re doing the best we can with what we have,” Sifson told the Times.
Tosco’s Toshiba Halogen light-powered bulb is seen at a promotional event in Tokyo, Japan.
Toson’s Halogen technology will have an output of up to 150 watts.
(Photo: Toshiba, via AP) The Times said the technology could also eventually be integrated into conventional lighting systems.
It quoted a Toshiba spokeswoman saying that the company will continue to look for innovative solutions to reduce costs.
“In this space, our focus will be on cutting costs, with a focus on efficiency,” the spokeswoman said.
Tosanews reports that the Toshiba halogen bulb will cost $80 to $100 less than the equivalent LED bulb.
“If you are going to build a new home and want a light bulb, it would be better to buy a halogens instead of a LED,” Toshiba said.
“They are much more efficient.”
A Toshiba spokesperson said the bulb is being developed to replace a standard fluorescent light bulb.
It also said the new technology can be combined with conventional light bulbs that require a separate light source.
“Toshiba halogens have the capability to provide light for up to 15 hours on a single charge, which gives the homeowner the ability to conserve energy by switching to another source of light, for example, lighting up the dining room or bedroom,” Tosanew reports.
Tosans Halogen is on display at a photovoltaic power plant in Japan, March 7, 2020.
(AP photo: Kazuo Ishiguro) The Toshiba representative said that halogens will have more efficient lighting capabilities than LEDs, but did not give any figures on that.
The spokesperson also did not provide any details on how the bulbs could work in the same way as other light sources like incandescent bulbs, which use batteries.
Tosaics Halogen bulbs have a different color scheme, according it, but they are similar to LEDs.
Tosas Halogen has been in the works for a while, but it’s not yet ready for mass production.
The company also said that its Halogen power bulbs will last at least five years.
“This technology is a step in the right direction for reducing energy consumption and maintaining comfort for homeowners,” Tosinews said.
Sianews reported that Tosanins Halogen was announced last year as the company’s first halogen power bulb, but the company didn’t mention how it would work in comparison to LED bulbs.