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Exposure unveils new LED technology for 2012 range

Patented ITM tech keeps LEDs cool; Firm also launches new B2B website
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British manufacturer Exposure has revealed its 2012 range will feature Intelligent Thermal Management (ITM) technology, keeping LEDs from overheating and becoming inefficient.

ITM, a patented technology, also helps save battery power and increases burn time, the firm said.

Upgraded LEDs have been used across the new range, from the entry level Spark through to the Six Pack.

Product bodies have been redesigned to assist in getting rid of unwanted heat, while the lights themselves remain compact, as light as possible and robustly built, Exposure told BikeBiz.

“Existing features such as Cable Free Design, Smart Port Technology accessories and the function button Fuel Gauge all remain, nothing taken away, things just keep getting better with these lights.

"So from commuter to off road night ride addict, there is a light to suit the cyclist from Exposure.”

The whole range is available for registered stockists to order on the newly launched B2B website at www.B2BUSE.com.

Dealers interested in becoming stockists should contact Exposure at Info@USE1.com.

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