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11 October 2011

LED bulbs in 'world's greenest TV'

LED bulbs are used in what is being hailed as the world's greenest television.

The 47-inch TV, made by Korean manufacturer LG, has the lowest consumption rate in the world among large LCD panels, with power use more frugal than computer monitors above 20 inches in size.

Achieved by a unique method of deploying LED bulbs vertically on one side of the panel, the Seoul-based manufacturer claims the TV requires only 28 watts of electricity to operate.

The revolutionary design means that only one side of the panel needs to be lit, therefore reducing the number of LED bulbs required to illuminate the screen and creating a more energy efficient product.

Shin Ho Kang, LG's vice-president of LED development, said that the company was committed to improving energy-efficient and introducing environmentally-friendly solutions, and hopes to bring more efficient technologies to the market soon.

A recent report from industry specialists Strategies Unlimited predicted a ten per cent year-on-year growth in the LED market by the end of 2011.

Category: LED Light Bulbs
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