CyberLux Sells Another Lighting System To Air Force
Posted July 3, 2006
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. — Cyberlux
, a developer of light-emitting diode and other lighting solutions, has sold another of its portable lighting systems to the U.S. Air Force.
The USAF has now purchased two of the "WatchDog" portable covert illumination systems. The systems were purchased after they met requirements spelled out by the USAF Air Mobility Battlelab. The system costs $15,112.
The LED-based system is designed to deliver either visible light or infrared light that is compatible with night-vision goggles. The system weighs less than 50 pounds and has enough battery power to last for several days.