Alluma Tech Announces Patented LED Lighting
High Impact Visual Branding with New LED Technology
July 02, 2010 12:36 PM Eastern Daylight Time
FRANKLIN, Wis.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Alluma Tech, announced today that John Chiang and Ken-
Sheng (David) Chiang were awarded U.S. patent 7,721,457B2 for its Lite Tech LED product line. This innovation
results in brilliant vibrant illumination, longer life LED’s and more cost effective fabrication.
Alluma Tech is the North American marketing arm for Rocus International Corporation (dba Neon Tech) the
principal manufacturer located in Oceanside, CA.
The patent recognizes Lite Tech’s industry innovation by using its metal housing, lower watt LED’s and point to point
soldering to dissipate heat resulting in a longer LED lifespan. Lite Tech is the only LED brand utilizing phosphor
enhanced graphic decorating to achieve brightness with lower wattage LED’s.
Lite Tech’s patent raises the bar for illuminated POP branding. LED signs can now be manufactured in smaller
budget quantities, in shorter lead times and without costly injection molds. In addition, Alluma Tech’s LED products
are as bright as conventional neon signs and will last as long. Reduced packaging/shipping costs along with 80% less
power consumption are significant “Green” environmental considerations for Brand Marketers.
“Alluma Tech is extremely pleased to partner with Rocus International to bring these new innovations to market,”
said Mike Nissen, President of Alluma Tech.
“Our new Lite Tech plant offshore is totally integrated to allow for fast responsive service to critical delivery times.
We do final assembly and deliver out of Oceanside, CA four to six weeks sooner than the typical LED production
lead-time,” notes John Chiang of Rocus International.
“Rocus International (dba Neon Tech) is at the forefront of industry leadership in manufacturing process and
environmental innovation and we are honored to be aligned with them,” added Ray Starsiak, Executive VP of