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NN-Labs is pleased to announce the immediate availability of materials based on NNCrystal's Qshift* Coral technology following the recent successfully completed review by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Qshift Coral comprises specially engineered colloidal nanocrystals (quantum dots) to finely tune light such that the color of the light can be precisely controlled. Specifically, Qshift Coral technology makes lighting warmer and of higher quality, while reducing energy consumption for the same Lumen output compared with traditional phosphor-based warm white lighting.
Qshift technology is available exclusively through NNCrystal US Corporation. NNCrystal works with leading luminaire manufacturers to develop and deliver custom solutions that maximize energy efficiency and light quality. Luminaire products that leverage Qshift Coral technology are now available from Renaissance Lighting. "We are very pleased to have Renaissance Lighting as an early adopter of our Qshift technologies in their products. Their unwavering commitment to delivering optimal performance along with the best look in solid-state lighting was a key motivation for us," said Dr. Suresh Sunderrajan, President of NNCrystal US Corporation.
NN-Labs, LLC is a leading developer of advanced functional materials including semiconductor, noble metal and magnetic metal oxide nanocrystals. NN-Labs’ patent-protected products have offered superior performance, highest quality and versatility for demanding research and teaching applications since 2003. NN-Labs is currently pursuing product-system commercialization opportunities in solid state lasers and life sciences. Additional information can be found at www.nn-labs.com.
About NNCrystal US Corporation
NNCrystal US Corporation is a wholly owned subsidiary of Hangzhou Najing Technology Ltd. and an exclusive licensee of advanced materials synthesis technology from NN-Labs LLC. NNCrystal is the owner of two patented technology platforms for solid state lighting applications - Qshift Lucid and Qshift Coral. NNCrystal is focused solely on leveraging its advanced materials capabilities to deliver breakthrough, differentiated and sustainable solutions to the global lighting industry.
For more information, visit www.nncrystal.com.
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Dr. Suresh Sunderrajan
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