July 25, 2007 - PureSpectrum, Inc. set to test low wattage CFL prototype

July 25th, 2007

SAVANNAH, GA – PureSpectrum, Inc. (Pink Sheets: PSPM) is preparing to test an 11.8-watt Compact Fluorescent Lamp (CFL) prototype bulb that has been engineered to produce the equivalent light output of a 60-watt incandescent bulb.  PureSpectrum owns the rights to multiple patents related to a technology to improve the electronic ballasts which power fluorescent lighting. The company hopes to license the technology both in the

United States and internationally, and the prototype was built to match specifications provided by an overseas lighting manufacturer which has been in discussions with PureSpectrum since May. Photometric testing on the prototype will take place within the next week at Intertek, a NVLAP-certified lab and one of the leading testing facilities for the lighting industry.

 The U.S. Department of Energy’s Energy Star program recommends that consumers replace 60-watt incandescent bulbs with a 13-watt CFL bulb which can match the 60-watt bulb’s light output of 800 lumens. But manufacturers in countries which are on the threshold of exponentially expanding their electrical grids are searching for even more energy conservation solutions which will tax their energy infrastructure as little as possible. “We recognize that in order to license PureSpectrum Technology on a global level, we need to meet the requirements of manufacturers outside of the

United States,” said PureSpectrum president and CEO Lee Vanatta. “We know there are countries on the verge of offering electricity to a much larger segment of their populations, and the message we are hearing loudly and clearly is that these countries are searching for products and technologies which offer enhanced energy efficiency.”

 The recently developed PureSpectrum prototype, using PureSpectrum’s modified half-bridge ballast technology, is compatible with variable voltage configurations commonly found outside of the

United States. Vanatta anticipates that engineering the technology to meet specific conditions should open further international licensing opportunities for PureSpectrum.

 “Based on the dialogue we have had with international manufacturers, we feel like our engineers have proven that the technology is robust enough and flexible enough to accommodate a diverse array of conditions,” said PureSpectrum president and CEO Lee Vanatta. “We know that successful testing will accelerate our dialogue with these manufacturers and lead to a licensing partnership in the short term and an entrance into several other international markets.” ABOUT PURESPECTRUM PureSpectrum (Pink Sheets: PSPM) is a publicly traded technology company founded and headquartered in

Savannah, Ga. The company’s values are grounded in an awareness of the increasing urgency to identify more efficient energy solutions. PureSpectrum currently holds the rights to multiple patents and patent applications related to an electronic ballast design which would produce a soft switching environment during power conversion for artificial lighting. PureSpectrum will continue its commitment to researching, developing and refining ideas that will provide the most energy efficient, cost effective methods for powering artificial light. For more information on PureSpectrum, please call (912) 961-4980 or visit www.purespectrumlighting.com.

 Certain statements contained in this news release regarding matters that are not historical facts may be forward-looking statements.  Because such forward-looking statements include risks and uncertainties, actual results may differ materially from those expressed in or implied by such forward-looking statements.  Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially include, but are not limited to, uncertainties pertaining to continued market acceptance for PureSpectrum’s products and services, its ability to succeed in growing revenue, the effect of new competitors in its market, integration of acquired businesses, and other risk factors identified from time to time by PureSpectrum.