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Q:
What would your design or feature "wish list" be for this product?
12 answers
Answers:
Units of smaller bulbs and systems. I am very close to achieving this for wide uses for small to larger system.
~Brian S, Have other project to finish soon,., Christchurch, New Zealand
DIY kits with quality, affordable materials, and "end-user" engineering considerations.
~Rik R, I solve problems, and fix things &/or make them better, Thorsby, Canada
Inductive lamps with under 50 W power (220V / 12 V supply) .
~ADRIAN MORUZI, RETAIRED ELECTRONICS ENGINEER,, BRASOV, ROMANIA
Relatively long life and energy savings.
~Roberto V, Research & Development, Manila, Philippines
Affordable, Integrated power supply
~Builder/Contractor, Stockton, CA
In house power generator for lamps.
~Naga Bhushana, Manufacturer, Bangalore, India
Last longer, color rendition
~ANTHONY P, Purchaser, WALDORF, MD
True values in specs sheets
~Darius G, General Management, Cheste, Spain
High Lux with little watt
~Satrio Hadi Suryono, Architect, Surabaya, Indonesia
Lower purchase cost
~Mark F, Builder/Contractor, Barstow, CA
Better Prices.
~Anazion Cordeiro, Purchaser, Atlanta, GA
Efficiency
~Goran P, Research & Development, Belgrade, Yugoslavia

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