22 February 2011

Cree launches LBR-30 LED lamp targeting tracks and recessed downlight fixtures

LED chip, lamp and lighting fixture maker Cree Inc of Durham, NC, USA has announced commercial availability of the LBR-30 LED lamp, which is aimed at replacing incandescent lamps commonly used in tracks, commercial and residential recessed downlights.

Due to its high color rendering index (CRI) of 94, the warm-white LBR-30 is optimized for applications where high color accuracy is essential, including restaurants, retail stores, groceries and museums. Powered by Cree TrueWhite technology, it delivers 600 lumens, equivalent to a 60W incandescent BR30, while using only 12W of input power. The lamp is designed to last 50,000 hours in open fixtures, which can provide additional savings from reduced re-lamping and maintenance costs.

“The LBR-30 lamp’s superior blend of incandescent-like color and efficacy delivers a true no-compromise solution for both general and accent lighting,” says David Turner, Cree director of marketing, LED Lighting. “This high-performance, retrofit lamp quickly installs into track or recessed fixtures and is available in flood or wide flood distributions, giving customers the flexibility to choose the most appropriate solution for their lighting needs.”

The Cree LBR-30 is sold through Cree LED Lighting sales channels and is currently shipping in volume.

Tags: Cree LEDs LBR-30 lamp Recessed downlighting

Visit: www.CreeLEDLighting.com

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