7 October 2010


Lumileds adds 4000K CCT Rebel white LED and raises top flux bin for cool- and neutral-white by 20%

LED maker Philips Lumileds of San Jose, CA, USA has added a new 4000K CCT (correlated color temperature) ANSI-binned part to its LUXEON Rebel product portfolio and raised the top flux bin for its cool- and neutral-white LUXEON Rebel by 20%.

The new LED delivers improved color rendering and tight binning to simplify luminaire designers’ engineering efforts. In addition, flux bin increases for neutral-white (3500–4500K) and cool-white (4500–10,000K) LUXEON Rebel LEDs to a minimum 120 lumen flux bin at a drive current of 350mA demonstrates continued flux and efficacy improvements that are part of the firm’s technology development path. Coupled with the recent introduction of the LUXEON Rebel ES, Lumileds says that its LEDs provide high-performance options for a wide variety of applications.

“As the market for solid-state lighting solutions takes hold, feedback from lighting engineers, designers, and end-users is playing a critical role in the development of the LUXEON LED portfolio,” says Frank Harder, VP marketing LUXEON Product Lines. “The new 4000K CCT part addresses specific needs in the office lighting segment, where light output, efficacy and quality of light must meet certain levels,” he adds. “Our light output increases, coupled with superior performance at application conditions, means that our LUXEON Rebel LEDs will outperform virtually any similar product available,” he claims.

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