Telrad Engineers, a UK based company which uses the latest scientific research, have recently developed a new generation of indoor telecommunication systems which use LED lighting to control the power flow to the room.
Telrad engineers have designed the systems, using two LED light bulbs, to be able to control energy consumption and light levels at a very high level, with a maximum of 30 watts per square metre.
The team from TelRad Engineering, in conjunction with a large electrical engineering firm, have managed to achieve this, which is by far the highest efficiency achieved for indoor teleconference devices.
“The efficiency of LED light systems is very high, and it is therefore very difficult to achieve higher efficiency in indoor teleconverters,” says Dr. Martin A. Mancuso, a professor at Telrad, “Our goal is to use LEDs to deliver the energy density that will make these indoor teleconferencing systems practical for the foreseeable future.”
The team at TelRad used an experimental system to measure the power efficiency of the system.
They developed a novel system for indoor indoor telecommunications, which uses LED lighting, to control indoor energy consumption.
LED lights emit a blue light and can be switched on and off by a combination of the power supply and the power output of the LED light.
The LED lights can be configured to generate different colors depending on the type of LED lights.LED lights emit an electric field, which moves through a LED circuit and changes the light intensity.
It is this difference in intensity, which causes the electric field to change from blue to red, which will cause the LED lights to turn on.
LED light is also a good conductor of electricity, so the light emitted by the LED is converted into electricity when it enters a circuit, which converts the energy from the LED into light.
“Our system is designed to be energy efficient and have a maximum energy density of 10 watts per sq meter.
At this point, the LED systems are considered very energy efficient,” says Mancu.
According to the team, a LED system is capable of generating an average of 6.5 watts per cubic metre of air.
The energy output from an LED light, is equal to one square meter.
It will take about one minute for the light to move through the LED circuit.
According to Mancuzo, “The system we have developed has a maximum power density of about 10 watts.
When we measured the efficiency of our indoor teleconnectors, we saw that this LED system had a power density as high as 30 watts.”
The power density is achieved by combining LED light with a power supply, which also contains an electric charge to generate electricity.
“When the LED goes off, the electric charge in the circuit turns on and turns the LED on.
When the LED returns, the charge is again turned off and the LED off again.
When this happens, the electricity from the charge turns back on, and the energy is converted back into the LED energy,” says Martin A Mancun.
Mancuzos team has also demonstrated the power-efficiency of the indoor telecomputers.
They have also shown the ability of the LEDs to be used in the transmission of data between the indoor and the outside environment.
According Mancudos team, the indoor devices that are in the commercial market today, are currently able to achieve energy density as low as 20 watts per meter, which are still considered very high.
They also demonstrated a power-efficient indoor telecommuting system that is able to use a single LED, which could potentially deliver energy density up to 60 watts per kilowatt hour.
“With these systems, you can actually have an indoor telephone that is much more energy efficient than an indoor cellphone that uses a phone and then uses the Internet connection to transfer data,” says Jens Hagen, a research engineer at Telran Engineering.
“We believe that the indoor environment will be completely transformed in the next 20 years.
We believe that we can take this technology and turn it into a commercial product, which we believe is possible.”
Telrad is currently in the process of creating a patent application, which the team expects to have to complete by 2018, for the indoor telephone, which they have developed with the help of a US-based company.
The company also plans to commercialize the indoor wireless telephone system by the end of the year.