New Cree Directional Lamps Light the LED Revolution
May 14, 2010 Cree, a market leader in LED lighting, announced new Cree TrueWhite Technology-based directional LED lamps designed to address one of the largest segments of the directional lamp market.
In response to customer requests, Cree is launching a new high-performance BR30 retrofit lamp, the LBR-30, aimed at replacing energy-wasting incandescent lamps commonly used in tracks, commercial and residential recessed downlights. The new lamp delivers 600 lumens with flood or wide flood distributions, while only consuming 11 Watts. The LBR-30 is planned for availability later this summer.
Cree is also increasing the performance of its LRP-38 LED lamp. A narrow beam spotlight with tens of thousands of units installed in offices, retail, grocery stores and museums across North America, the LRP-38 delivers exceptional color quality and is designed to last 50,000 hours. The enhanced LRP-38 has received a 20 percent boost in performance, and a 30 percent increase in overall efficacy, enabling replacement of 75 Watt incandescent lamps while consuming 85 percent less energy. Lumen output has increased from 500 lumens to 600 lumens, while input power has been decreased to 11 Watts from 12 Watts.
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