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CSR & NEW SS Lamps 15 th October 2004. Eddie Guest European General Manager. Agenda. Introduction To GE Technology Current Entertainment Discharge Range New Developments 2004 / 2005 80V 1200W Lamps VOC, Conceptual Designs and future directions Discussion. GE Technology Platforms.

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    1. CSR & NEW SS Lamps 15th October 2004 Eddie Guest European General Manager

    2. Agenda • Introduction To GE Technology • Current Entertainment Discharge Range • New Developments 2004 / 2005 • 80V 1200W Lamps • VOC, Conceptual Designs and future directions Discussion

    3. GE Technology Platforms Thin Films CMH leadership – 3 Piece Chromised foils tech to 5000C Filament Modelling Dosing Technologies GE Corporate Research Facilities IP – Gases / Materials Vertical Manufacturing

    4. Current Range Of Discharge Lamps * Also T Version Available CCT same, colour point different Available In Development 

    5. Full NPI Process...is a cross functional GECP process for executing global product programs, emphasizing Six Sigma values. Sourced Product NPI Process...a derivative of the Full NPI Process structured for sourcing products developed and manufactured by a qualified supplier. Process

    6. Reliability Scorecard on 1200/S/DE Each review has a check list – independent reviewers – technology OCE

    7. 5. Safety Closure and Toxicity • Updated Safety Checklist is shown below, Safety Review Checklist documented in ePDM GE2005-1225. • Toxicity – Followed SI 900000 Section 4 procedure. Each checklist item supported at review by one or more charts – showing extracts from charts

    8. Performance CTQs Scorecard from PVP Each checklist item supported at review by one or more charts – showing extracts from charts

    9. 12. DBR update ownership • Team members documented or will document design and validation files: • Technical Spec update in ePDM GE2005-1285.…….………………Ping Huang • DVP Test Plan update in ePDM GE2005-5442.……………………..Barry Preston • DVP Test Data update in ePDM GE2005-5442…………….………..Barry Preston • PVP Test Plan update in ePDM GE2005-5447………………………Barry Preston • PVP Test Data update in ePDM GE2005-5447..……………………..Barry Preston • Quality Plan documents update in ePDM GE2005-5455………..Paolo Reyes/Ping Huang • Safety Checklist in ePDM GE2005-5231………………………….….Ping Huang • Presentation files in ePLM…………………………..…………………Ping Huang Each checklist item supported at review by one or more charts – showing extracts from charts

    10. 400W DE/S Results

    11. 400W DE/S Results

    12. 400W DE/S Results GE Product compared to Other Test Results

    13. LDI 2004 New Product Introductions • CSR/CSD • CSR18000/SE/HR • CSR800/SE/HR UV control • CSR400/S/DE • CSR575/S/DE • CSR700/S/DE • CSR1200/S/DE high seal temperature • Halogen • HX5000 axial • HX1500/750 twin filament • Ceramic Metal Halide • CMH150PAR56 3000K and 4200K • CMH150/SA 4200K • Cinema Fluorescent • T8 High Output Lamp and Ballast 3200K & 5600K • F36BX Cinema Plus 3200K & 5600K Market Trends • Moving Lights • Hot Restrike • Higher CCT ? • Reliability • Double ended vs. single ended • Higher seal temperatures • Architectural Lighting • Reliability • Longer Life • Optical control

    14. OC 1200 OVERVIEW OF GE OPTIMUM CURRENT (OC) TECHNOLOGY The Optimum Current (OC) concept was first suggested by Thorn Lighting (now GE Lighting) as a method of improving the efficiency of entertainment lighting fixtures in 1990. At that time although the lamp/luminaire improvements were achievable, the facilitating electronics were considered to be the roadblock. Since then electronic technology has improved, competition with discharge products has increased, and with the introduction of affordable power MOSFETs, and dual voltage chips, interest has reawakened. Two companies, Selecon in 2000 (Theatre), and Amptown (Moving Light) in 2003, have announced fixtures which use the OC1200 (order code 91580), the first commercially available Optimum Current lamp from GE using this concept. OC lamps can be designed to be future safe and be suitable for any later Infra-Red recovery options. Other types are available or can be designed to meet a specific OEM requirement. OC TECHNOLOGY REPRESENTS A SIGNIFICANT PERFORMANCE GAIN FOR HALOGEN

    15. OC 1200 EFFECT OF WIRE DIAMETER ON EFFICACYAt Constant Filament Life (schematic) Efficacy Wire Diameter

    16. OC 1200 EFFECT OF CURRENT ON PERFORMANCE INCREASE SYSTEM EFFICIENCY

    17. OC 1200 OPTIMUM CURRENT LAMPSDrivers and Barriers Contribution margin Lamp performance Speed to market OPTIMUM Barriers * Seal temperature * Increased losses * Cost of electronics * Lamp geometry * Electronic materials * Component availability Drivers * Life at required efficacy * Wire size * Manufacturability * Beam efficiency * Hot shock resistance * Power saving ability Increasing Current

    18. OC 1200

    19. OC 1200 Coiled coil