New Cree XLamp® LED Performance Breakthrough Delivers Both High Efficacy & High Color Rendering
Nov 2, 2010 Cree, Inc. announces the addition of 80, 85 and 90 color rendering index (CRI) options to its XLamp® XP-G and XP-E warm-white LEDs.
The new high-CRI XP-G is available with luminous flux of up to 107 lumens at 350 mA in warm white (3000 K), providing efficacy of 102 lumens per watt. Using this new XP-G, LED lamp designers can create systems that are 70 percent more efficient than a traditional halogen PAR38 lamp and deliver similar high color rendering.
High-CRI XP-G and XP-E LEDs are similar to standard XP-G and XP-E LEDs, respectively, and may work in existing systems without any redesign. The new LEDs have LM-80 data approved by ENERGY STAR®, are UL-recognized components under UL 8750 (E326295), and feature excellent thermal-management properties.
High-CRI XP-G and XP-E LEDs are available now in sample and production quantities with standard lead times.
Author: BIO T&T
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