Cyberlux Gets Order EverOn Closet Lights

Cyberlux Corporation of Research Triangle Park, North Carolina USA, announced
that Bottom Line Energy Management, Inc. purchased LED light products for installation
in Michigan apartment buildings. Bottom Line Energy Management, a Michigan-based
contractor involved in the maintenance of commercial buildings and apartment
complexes, has purchased 210 EverOn Lights for an initial installation in closets
of apartment buildings. Bottom Line made the purchase after presenting proposals
to the building owners which demonstrated the cost savings of using Cyberlux’s
EverOn closet light. Part of the savings in the proposals comes from the use
of 4 AA batteries instead of a power source requiring additional electrical
wiring. The EverOn closet light has an array of 6 white and 4 amber LEDs. According
to Cyberlux, the EverOn product was originally designed to provide emergency
lighting during the hurricane season. Cyberlux says that EverOn far exceeded
its design expectations. The device lifetime is limited not by the LEDs, but
by the batteries. Four AA batteries can light the device on medium brightness
for a period of about 60 hours, or 30 hours at high brightness.