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4 December 2013

Cree extends LED bulb portfolio to 75-Watt replacement

LED chip, lamp and lighting maker Cree Inc of Durham, NC, USA has extended its Cree LED Bulb portfolio with the launch of the Cree LED 75-watt replacement bulb (joining the existing 65W-, 60W- and 40W-replacement options).

Compared with a traditional incandescent bulb, the bulb uses 82% less energy and is designed to last 25 times longer. The new bulbs retail for $23.97 – delivering a higher-output LED bulb in a standard form factor that is priced less than competing 75W-replacement LED bulbs, it is claimed.

With the same shape and size as the popular A19 traditional bulb, the Cree LED 75W replacement bulbs can be placed in most lighting fixtures in the home, the firm says. Unlike many low-priced LED bulbs, it is claimed, the firm’s omni-directional LED bulbs turn on instantly and are easily dimmable with most standard incandescent dimmers. The bulb is illuminated by Cree LED Filament Tower Technology and provides a compact optically balanced light source within a real glass bulb to deliver warm-white light.

The Cree LED 75-watt replacement bulb delivers 1100 lumens, consumes 13.5 watts and is available in soft-white (2700K) color temperature. The bulb is backed by Cree’s 10-year limited warranty.

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Visit: www.creebulb.com

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