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14 November 2012

Soraa’s GaN on GaN LED Vivid and Outdoor lamps selected for IES 2012 product progress report

Soraa Inc of Fremont, CA, USA, which develops solid-state lighting technology built on ‘GaN on GaN’ (gallium nitride on gallium nitride) substrates, says that its GaN-on-GaN LED MR16 Vivid and Outdoor lamps have been recognized by the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) Progress Committee as providing important advancements in the science of light. The products are part of the 2012 IES Progress Report, which presents significant improvements in the lighting industry over the past year.

An alternative to halogen 50W MR16 lamps, Soraa's Vivid LED MR16 lamps feature full spectrum light; a CRI of 95 and R9 of 95 (higher than most halogen lamps); produce no UV or IR; last up to 10 times as long; use 75% less energy; run cooler; produce a much more consistent and efficient beam; and are compatible with existing lamp fixtures and lighting infrastructure, says the firm. The Vivid lamp is designed for demanding display applications in museums, galleries, designer retail, and premier hotels and resorts.

Outdoor LED MR16 lamps are designed to operate in difficult environments. Suitable for use in outdoor fixtures, or indoors in enclosed recessed or small non-ventilated track fixtures, Outdoor lamp is for diverse applications where lamp reliability and quality of light are as important as saving energy. Designed to replace standard 40W MR16 halogen lamps, the lamp meets and exceeds the performance of halogen lamps, while saving 75% of the energy.

The Progress Report submittals, which consist of new products, applications, research, design tools, and publications, are reviewed by the IES Progress Committee of lighting industry professionals, who are responsible for monitoring developments in the art and science of lighting worldwide.

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