Seoul Semiconductors will supply LED lighting for two Royal Caribbean cruise ships, it has been reported.
One of those ships, the Oasis of the Seas, is already fitted with the products and the bulbs are also set to feature on the Allure of the Seas when it is launched late in 2010, reports eTravel Blackboard.
It explained that the Cruise Balcony Light uses phosphor technology, produces luminous efficacy of 100 lm/W and consumes 4.5 W from three LEDs.
A representative from Seoul Semiconductors told the website: "Our products are eco-friendly luminous sources with high efficiency that will contribute to expanding the base of LED lighting environments."
They also hailed the importance that one of their products is being used on the world's largest cruise ship - the Oasis of the Seas - and described how it holds symbolic significance to the company.
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