AIBC (American International Business Corporation) is an advanced technology corporation that provides quality environmentally and economically sustainable energy products and services to our clients worldwide. AIBC designs, manufactures and distributes comprehensive LED products, lighting spectrometers, and creative products. As an Apple MFI developer, we also provide OEM/ODM product development for our clients. Please visit each of our individual products pages for details.
Attending UPRTECK tradeshow at Strategies in Lighting
Visit suppliers in Asia, built up solid relationship with factories
We are approved by Amazon as its wholesale vendor.
Finished bigger contract
Lightingfair on New York
New England international auot tradeshow
We are running crowdfunding campaign for patent pending products
We filed provisional patent for creative products.
We got approval for authorized Apple MFi device developer.
Launch first consumer product on Kickstarter.
AIBC has new home at the same building, new place is bigger than previous one, Jim and Alex join AIBC. Current address is 95 Brown Road, STE161, Ithaca NY, 14850
3D printer and metal lathe machine are starting make plastic and aluminum prototype of product.
Starting new product R&D, 2D, 3D simulation.
A industry design team joined AIBC
AIBC attends Hongkong lightfair show 2013.
AIBC demos spectrometer and LED studio lights at Cinegear tradeshow New York city.
USDA purchased LED light products and spectrometers from AIBC.
AIBC's SmartLEDbulb is selected by Walmart GetOnTheShelf at the first stage.
Amazon, Newegg, Sears, Walmart start selling AIBC's products.
AIBC launched SmartAQ LED aquarium lights with smart control.
AIBC launched new handheld MK350 spectrometer to USA market and attended lightfair 2013 in Philadelphia.
AIBC attended Home and Garden Show at Syracuse for 3 days new LED grow lights and spectrometers demo as an exhibitor.
AIBC was award by EPA for developing LED grow light for research facility in Newport, OR
NYSERDA grant application for LED light research and development was submitted.
Cornell University CEA group(Controlled Environment Agriculture) and AIBC formed greenhouse LED lights research and develop team.
Attending DOD Northeast Regional Council government procurement conference. Submitted proposal to EPA for LED products.
Meeting with New York city subway lighting replace project, setup rep office of new york city.
AIBC was requested by USDA for proposal of greenhouse light retrofit, got positive feedback.
Our Energy Star products joined in NYSERDA incentive project, the buyers lived in New York state are eligible to get additional discount of LED products.
AIBC presented " Reducing Energy Consumption at Home with a DIY solor Thermal System and LED Lights" at FERM (Family Economics & Resource Management)
AIBC is developing a novel "Christian LED Cross Light", distributing samples.
AIBC is attending 2012 lightfair show in Las Vegas, AIBC is reported by Ithaca Journal at the front page.
AIBC gave Cook+fox presentation in New York city, our Energy Star product lifespan passed 40000 hours test.
LEDs - Making your Investment Worthwhile
LED lights are flooding the market with the promise of saving energy, long life cycle. Here's how to choose the best LED lights and make your investment worthwhile.
What to look for when buying LED lights
LED bulbs (or chips) are the most important components of your new light. Cree, Osram, Bridgelux and Semiled are the world's leading providers of high- performance LED chips, this will ensure that your lights are bright, efficient and long lasting. Some manufacturers keep costs down by using poorly designed LED chips, and these will not provide optimum illumination and will die very quickly.
Small, precious LED chips need protection from their power supply, so specially designed circuits protect the chips even in the event of a power failure. If One LED fixture power supply is replaceable, it is a factor of good design, since in case of failure of power supply, you can easily replace that with very low cost. After all, for bigger led fixture, LED chips are the most expensive parts, LED chips are meant to last 50,000 hours, and in most cases the power supply will die before that.
At this point you are beginning to see a trend—you really have to care for that little chip. LED chips are very sensitive to heat, and if the design of the chip and the material used allows heat to build up, the light will burn out very quickly. The chip needs to breathe—it needs air circulation. A heat sink base houses the chips internally, and while some manufacturers use thin pieces of flat aluminum board or plastic to increase surface area, this configuration does not allow heat to dissipate, and in this situation the chip will overheat and dim or die in a few months. A solid lighting fixture, on the other hand, will use a solid metal heat sink with fins or a column structure to ensure the chips have proper airflow. Better heat flow equals peak performance—and a longer lifespan.