Press Release Summary:
Lightwave 4000(TM) flashlight, Lightwave 3000(TM) flashlight, Lightwave 2000(TM) flashlight, Lightwave Pocket-Bright(TM), and Lightwave Illuminator(TM) head torch all use super-bright, solid-state, white light LEDs. Flashlights are waterproof and shockproof. Batteries last up to 14 times longer with LEDs. Typical lifetime of LEDs is 11 years of continuous use.
Original Press Release:
Lightwave(TM) LED Flashlights... Now Available Through NTE!
Bloomfield, NJ --- NTE Electronics, Inc. has recently announced the addition of a new product line - Lightwave(TM) LED Flashlights. These high-quality flashlights utilize super-bright, solid-state light emitting diodes (LEDs), which offer incredibly longer battery life and better visibility. A variety of flashlights are offered: Lightwave 4000(TM) flashlight, Lightwave 3000(TM) flashlight, Lightwave 2000(TM) flashlight, Lightwave Pocket-Bright(TM), and Lightwave Illuminator(TM) head torch.
- Super-bright, easier to see with white light
- Incredibly long battery life - Space age circuitry makes
batteries last up to 14 times longer!
- Solid state LEDs that do not burn out (typical lifetime of 11
years - continuous use)
- 3 year warranty
NTE remains committed to offer their customers the widest range of products with unparalleled service. The company supplies the highest quality private label semiconductors, relays, capacitors, resistors and hook-up wire along with such well known brands as: Spectrol-U.K. and P.E.C.-Canada potentiometers, trimmers and dials, KILO machined aluminum knobs and dials, Unicom structured cabling systems, Kester Solder products and Jovial Test Equipment and ECG replacement components.
For more information on the complete line of Lightwave LED Flashlights, go to nteinc.com/lightwave/pdf/flyer.pdf or visit the NTE website at www.nteinc.com. You'll have access to all NTE catalogs including technical specs and the extensive distributor network listings, as well as NTE's free download of their cross reference software, QUICKCross(TM). To receive more information, call 800-631-1250 or 973-748-5089.