Press Release Archive Interactive Demonstration

Nov 21, 2012
Interactive Demonstrations of the LED light engine
Fiberoptics Technology Inc. (FTI) announces the start of interactive demonstrations for its advanced LED light engine product family.

Potential users can now evaluate and control the company’s flagship industrial LED light source from the comfort of their desktop in real time, while receiving helpful and friendly support from a qualified Product Manager.

Using the product’s GIG-E communication capability and microprocessor control, users can manipulate output brightness, frequency, and duration using a GUI interface designed by FTI engineers. Resulting changes will be viewed in real time from a video camera trained on a rotating device. Users can also address and control a multitude of light engine devices through the single interface, which can be demonstrated live.

“The communication feature of our LO-100 light engine features cutting edge control technology, perfectly synchronized with the needs of today’s machine vision integrators and OEMs.

The unit’s output replicates Metal Halide-like lamp brightness and color temperature, long lamp life of traditional LED packages, and efficient, light shaping, spark free, cool operating characteristics of fiber based lighting; the preferred lighting method for energy conscious machine vision lighting applications”, said Steve Giamundo, President of FTI.

For more information, users simply need to contact Tim Beeman at the company via web ( or phone 800-433-5248) to start the process.

FTI is a privately held, 35 year old vertically integrated fiber optics manufacturer serving end users and OEM customers in the Medical, Industrial, Military, Microscopy, Commercial Lighting, and Machine Vision markets.  

One of the largest fiber optics manufacturers in the world for light transmission applications using glass and plastic fiber, FTI offers Engineering, R&D, Fiber and electronic prototyping, electronic assembly and volume production services from two locations: a 70,000 sq ft corporate headquarters in Pomfret Connecticut, and 10,000 sq ft subsidiary location in Naples, Florida. The company is ITAR compliant, and  maintains ISO, FDA and GMP registration and certifications to manufacture medical devices.

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