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April 2015


Collaboration between Litelab Corporation and Almag Aluminum of Brampton, ON, Canada, yielded this highly engineered heatsink for a high-powered LED. Designed to handle thermal loads over 40 W without forced convection, this fixture is capable of producing 5,000 lumens. The complex extrusion shown in both clear and black anodized utilizes a tailored alloy, serrated cooling fins, and enhanced geometry to achieve optimal heat dissipation.


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