Neopac Epoch VIII LED high bay down light

Jan 6, 2010 NeoBulb Lighting, Ltd., a subsidiary of NeoPac Lighting Group, recently announced NeoBulb Epoch series. With technology tackled the highest power density for the LEDs illumination, the LEDs indoor lamps can replace traditional 400w mercury lamps and be mostly suitable for a variety of commercial and industrial places such as warehouses, plants, halls, airports, train stations, stadiums and showrooms that need high quality illumination.

Neopack Epoch VIII

NeoBulb Epoch series can replace traditional down lights. There are two types for the Epoch series - Epoch IV (56W), and Epoch VIII (112W). Both lamps are ingeniously designed by using 4 pieces and 8 pieces of 14W NeoPac Light Engines, respectively. NeoPac Light Engines, beside its high power density (14W/Engine) while keeping lowest constant junction temperature down to 60C, together with coupled narrow or wide secondary beams by the changeable optics to meet the needs for various circumstances that need ultra-high-power lightings.

Epoch VIII lighting example

The optics can offer precise beam control for commercial lighting applications with two available cut-outs (Ø200mm and Ø400mm). The Correlated Color Temperature (CCT) is available for the warm white between 2,800K and 3,000K, or for the cool white between 5,000K and 7,000K. Epoch IV is capable of providing maintained luminous flux at 4,000 lm while Epoch is at VIII 8,000 lm. Thanks to the unique thermal management system by NeoPac, the junction temperatures for both types can well be controlled around 60°C and can have an astounding lifespan up to 60,000 hours.

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Author:  Ray Andersson

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