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Olight Introduces ATM (Active Thermal Management)
for the SR91

New active thermal management in the SR91 is one of the many features developed in Olight's laboratories

Olight Technology Co., Limited Press Release

FlashlightNews.org - 11/1/2010


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Olight's SR91 Intimidator Flashlight

Olight's SR91 Intimidator Flashlight

SHENZHEN, China - Olight's new active thermal management in the SR91 is one of the many features developed in Olight's laboratories to "make a difference" in the portable lighting market.

The SR91's driver intelligently monitors the temperature of the LED and actively adjusts the driver's output to manage the heat dissipated by the light. No matter what conditions the flashlights are used - whether at 48°C in the Sahara desert or at -20°C on the top of Kilimanjaro - the SR91's ATM ensures the light will put out the maximum light possible.

ATM accomplishes two things:

1. The driver drives the LED as the maximum possible without long term damage to the LED; keeping the temperature below the maximum temperature. This ensures that the LED has a long life, greatly increasing the reliability of the flashlight.

2. ATM prevents the user from being burned if the light left on unattended. Never before have LED's been driven so hard, thus pushing so much light and heat out of the LED. ATM ensures that the flashlight user is not burned from a light that is accidentally left on. This safety feature makes the SR91 a more valuable and reliable tool than ever before!

This is not unlike the modern automobile's rpm and speed limiters that prevent damage to the car as well as harm to it's passengers. Just as an engine is designed with a maximum rpm and maximum speed, our high performing SR91 is designed with LED components that have maximum capabilities. We have made our SR91 smarter, brighter and more reliable.

For more information on Olight products, visit the company's web site at: olightworld.com.









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