size will be even smaller,” he said.
Amber’s digital control also enables the smallest amount of flicker currently available for LED lights, with the highest existing ratio of on time to off time. It also adds embedded protection against temperature fluctuations, overcurrent and power surge issues. Flicker is a key issues as it can interfere with camera images.
“This new patent further cements Amber as the leading innovator in solid-state electrical product research and design,” said Casey. “Combined with our five other patents granted for various aspects of digital, solid-state electricity control, we enable significant advantages in LED performance, particularly for the commercial market.”
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