Scott Riesebosch has given much to CRS in his 18 years as president and chief technical officer. We wish him the all the best in his exciting venture as the president of Tailwind. Scott has a degree in electrical engineering from McMaster University and has been designing and manufacturing high output LED light engines and luminaries since 1998 when the first high output LEDs came to market. He has been a speaker at a number of conferences, educating businesses and consumers in an effort to assist them in making better and informed purchasing decisions regarding LED technology. His involvement in LED lighting applications, include military, aviation, medical, retail signage, automotive, flashlights, emergency vehicles, architectural, underwater, theatrical, street lighting, and fluorescent tube replacements.
We have been approached regarding the suitability of our products for use in high radiation environments. Given our existing installations at nuclear power plants, this may be an attractive market for us to target as word of mouth and keyword searches identify Nemalux as an option for these kind of installations.
A single light cannon module was built up as per the initial assembly instructions and then put through water ingress testing simulating rainfall. The unit continued to operate throughout testing in multiple orientations. On disassembly, the light cavity was found to be dry, but significant water ingress was found in the power supply cavity. Further work is required to identify the root cause of the leakage and develop a solution. The IP test unit was placed in the shower at the Nemalux Sales and Research location. The unit was placed on a pedestal to ensure that the shower water flow was incident on the full unit. In each of several configurations, the unit was placed under the shower flow for approximately 30 minutes. The fixture was then powered up using a GFCI-protected extension cord throughout testing. Visual inspection during each stage of the test confirmed that the light cavity remained dry.
Light is a drug. Every person on the planet needs light, so Jode Himann’s target market is essentially the people of the world. Not only is it relevant to his potential market size, but it has the ability to improve the quality of life for everybody on the planet. His company, Nemalux LED lighting, provides industrial and commercial light emitting diode (LED) lighting using the latest technology and is launching an international sales initiative in the near future.