Light-Based Technologies

Light-Based Technologies

Light-Based Technologies delivers revolutionary analog technologies and full engineering support for the power and control of solid state lighting products. Our solutions are more efficient and put less strain on natural resources from the materials required to manufacture components to the power to operate final products. This also happens to reduce your costs as an added benefit.

Light-Based Technologies offers this generation and future generations sustainable technologies as alternatives to existing full-spectrum light controls, matrix drivers, power supplies, and more. Our analogue technologies and techniques are extremely effective and easy to integrate.


News on Light-Based Technologies

Vancouver's Light-Based Technologies Runs out of Cash, Shutters
Light-Based Technologies its permanently closing its doors. The Vancouver-based company ran out of cash and could not secure a buyer or an investor, forcing it to shutter. Light-Based... more
Light-Based Technologies closes $7.5 Million round and shuffles executives
Vancouver's Light-Based Technologies has closed the second tranche of a financing round totaling $7.5 Million. The Series B round of investment was lead by VantagePoint Venture Partners and... more
Light-Based Technologies raises $7.5 Million
Vancouver's Light-Based Technologies Inc. (LBT) announced this morning that they have closed a US $7.5 Million financing round. The Series B round of investment was lead by VantagePoint Venture... more
Techvibes CONNECTs with Jeanette Jackson of Light-Based Technologies
On October 12th BCIC is hosting the CONNECT Conference at the Vancouver Convention Centre and the lineup of speakers is strong. Over the next couple weeks Techvibes will be highlighting a handful... more
Chrysalix Fund exceeds US $100 Million with Credit Suisse investment
Chrysalix Energy announced on Monday that its latest fund has increased to more than US $100 Million with an investment by the Oregon Investment Fund, LLC - an affiliate of Credit Suisse. Chrysalix... more
Mike Volker heads up new TSX-traded Green Angel Fund
BC Angel Investor of the Year Mike Volker has launched a new "angel fund" called Greenangel Energy Corp. that is now trading on the TSX Venture Exchange under the stock symbol GAE. The Company will... more

200 - 3689 E 1st Ave
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada V5M 1C2