10.05.2005 06:02 PM
Academy recognizes Litepanels

The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences has awarded the makers of the Litepanels Mini LED light the 2005 Emmy Engineering Plaque.

Since debuting in 2004, Litepanels have been used in television series such as "24," "CSI," "Rescue Me," "The West Wing," "Access Hollywood" and "The Tonight Show." It has also been used as location lighting for ENG news crews, as well as lighting for television news desks.

The Litepanels Mini employs highly efficient LEDs to produce bright, projected soft light lasting 100,000 hours.

For more information, visit www.litepanels.com.

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