Cree Eradicates Energy-Wasting Halogens with XLamp MT-G Upgrade
Oct 26, 2011 The new MT-G LED is now more than 10 percent brighter, and can deliver up to 1670 lumens at 85C in warm white (3000K) color temperatures. Additionally, MT-G LEDs are now available in high CRI versions optimized for applications such as retail and restaurant lighting where high CRI and lighting uniformity are required. These new capabilities can enable customers to extend existing MT-G designs, and enable new applications traditionally supported by halogen light sources.
USAI Lighting is one of the first lighting manufacturers to incorporate the new MT-G high-CRI LED into a luminaire—its award-winning NanoLED® lighting solution. The Cree MT-G-based NanoLED provides designers with color quality, efficiency, flexibility and control via proprietary optics to bridge striking aesthetics with functional application in a variety of interior installations.
“We have a relentless focus on providing only the best—and superior color quality is an essential part to ensuring our customers a high-performing lighting solution,” said Bonnie Littman, president of USAI Lighting. “Being able to offer our customers halogen-like color and brightness along with the energy-efficient benefits of LEDs is going to be a game-changer.”
Source: Cree Inc.
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