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Cobalt Electronics and Power Electronics, Ltd.

(CECL) has announced the next generation of its Titanic Light Source, the Cobalt Titan, an “ultra compact” light source that has been designed to be both affordable and reliable, according to CEO and co-founder, Matt Stoll.

“The Titanic is an entirely new design, designed to offer the highest quality light output for its price point and the ability to be portable,” Stoll said.

“It is also designed to deliver a great performance in both indoor and outdoor environments, both for photography and for home use.”

The Cobalt Light Source features an integrated battery that powers its “light controller,” a small battery pack that is able to power the Titanic’s “LED light controller.”

Stoll explains that the Titanics “LED controller” is capable of controlling up to two light sources simultaneously, with up to three LEDs on the front panel to show the intensity of the light output.

“This controller is able of displaying the output of each LED individually and automatically, as well as controlling the brightness and the color of the LEDs,” Strol said.

The Titanics LED controller features a light output of between 1,000 and 2,000 lumens, a full 4-Watt output, and a range of LEDs to choose from.

The Cobalot Titan’s main power source is a 9V DC inverter that can provide up to 300 watts of power.

Stoll and his team have taken advantage of the design’s lightweight, compact design, with the Titan being only 1.4 inches in height, 1.2 inches wide, and 0.6 inches thick.

“With our innovative, lightweight design, we have been able to create an ultra compact, light, and portable light source,” Stull said.

A full range of light sources will be available for purchase for the Cobalots next generation light source.

Cobalt and Power Electronic have collaborated on a number of other products, including a compact electric bike, a battery-powered electric vehicle, and an electric bicycle charger.

The two companies are also working on other light sources and the development of the Coballot, a lightweight, portable light device that will be a product of its own.

The next Cobalt product will be announced at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nev., later this year.

“Our new Cobalt light source is also a step in a new direction for us,” St.oll said in a press release.

“By combining a lightweight design with a high performance, low cost, energy efficient light source, the next Cobalolt is designed to meet our high standards for quality and reliability.

Our Cobalt will be made in the USA and manufactured in our manufacturing facility in California.

We look forward to working with our customers and partners in this next stage of the company.”

Cobalt is a subsidiary of The Boeing Company, and its parent company is Pratt & Whitney, Inc. “We believe in our company and its vision, and we will make it happen,” Stolt said in the press release announcing the Cobals latest announcement.

Cobal’s new light source can be purchased through a special online store for $9,999.

The company will be launching a new line of Cobalt products in the second half of 2017.

Coball and Power are committed to bringing the Cobaldion Light Source to market, Stoll explained.

“As our company grows, we look forward and anticipate many more products from our new Cobaldons and Coball products,” Stols said.