Infinilux introduces 2W MR16-based LED lamps with Cree XLamp LEDs

Nov 4, 2008

Date Announced: 04 Nov 2008

New solid-state MR16 lamps provide extended service life, up to 90% energy savings and choice of warm, soft or cool white outputs.

Infinilux MR16
Infinilux MR16

Carson, CA, November 4, 2008 - Infinilux, announces the introduction of new dimmable, solid state MR16 lamp with standard bi-pin, MR16 bases and integrated constant current drivers that can accept variable inputs from 8 volts to 16 volts in either alternating current (AC) or direct current (DC). This feature allows for longer runs of task, accent and garden lighting from the same transformers than would be possible with traditional Halogen light sources. Both lamps are built around the industry leading Cree Xlamp LED technology and have service lives in excess of 50,000 hours, which will provide a five-year maintenance-free installation in a typical 12 hours on, 12 hours off application.

While each lamp unit is housed in an industry standard silver polycarbonate housing made from UL rated 94V-0 materials, under the skin are highly advanced thermal management and optical systems. The Infinilux thermal management system (ITMS) is comprised of both an engineered heatsink and an advanced convection scheme that keeps the operating temperature of the MR16 series at near optimal levels. This thermal management combined with the added benefit of lower power consumption makes the MR16 ideally suited to installations where multiple units are required and provides an additional cost savings and rapid return on investment (ROI) by lowering ambient temperatures and consuming up to 90% less energy than traditional light sources.

In addition to the ITMS, Infinilux incorporates highly accurate optics that maintains a culminated output of 18 degrees, the modular approach to line assembly allows for the substitution of custom optics for customer specific applications and installations. With the standard optics, the MR16 creates a soft-focused spot with ideal integrity that does not leave any optical artifacts such as halos, color separation or edge breakup/ghosting.

The entire MR16 series is ideally suited for applications where shock and vibration are a concern since they do not rely upon delicate filaments to generate luminous output but on rugged solid-state LED diodes. Due to the input voltage range (8~16), these lamps are also suited to automotive, marine and recreational vehicle applications where cabin, accent and convenience lighting is employed. Additional applications include solar-powered, retail display lighting, safety and security, under cabinet and architectural installations.

The MR16 is available in three configurations, 3300K CCT warm white, 4500K CCT neutral white and 6500K CCT cool white. Units are individually packaged with large volume pricing from under $15.00 each (MR16-WW-12, 80 Lumen, Warm White 3300K). Lead times are stock to six weeks. Custom configurations are welcome, please consult the factory for more information or visit www.infinilux.com.

About Infinilux, Inc.
Infinilux, a Cree LED Solutions Provider, deigns and manufactures high performance lighting products that can be used worldwide in high-profile applications within the architectural, public spaces, theater lighting, retail, residential, landscape, signage, entertainment, hospitality, fine arts, and commercial markets. Infinilux also has an OEM division that can take your design from concept to retail ready branded product.
The Infinilux product line includes a variety of high-output indoor and outdoor Solid State retrofit lamps, SSL Low Bay light fixtures and light engines to replace inefficient incandescent lamps as well as a wide range of color wash and accent LED-lighting strips.
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Contact
Infinilux, Inc.
1457 Glenn Curtiss St., Carson, CA 90746 USA
Tel: (800) 353-4001
email: info@infinilux.com

E-mail: anthony@infinilux.com

Web Site: www.infinilux.com


Author:  Ray Andersson

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