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29 May 2014

Bridgelux expands V Series line of LED chip-on-board light sources

In booth 6437 at the Light Fair International (LFI) 2014 show in Las Vegas Convention Center, Bridgelux Inc of Livermore, CA, USA (a vertically integrated manufacturer of solid-state light sources for lighting applications) is introducing its V10 and V15 LED array products, further expanding its V Series line of LED chip-on-board (COB) light sources (which has shipped millions of units in more than 20 countries since launch last September, representing a quarterly growth rate of 52%).

Extending the technology and performance of the Vero line of LED arrays by featuring high flux density in small-size light source packages, the V10 and V15 are particularly suited to commercial and residential lighting markets requiring high quality and tight beam control, says the firm.

Bridgelux says that, in addition to providing high-quality light with high flux density, the V10 and V15 offer a total cost of ownership advantage over incandescent, halogen and fluorescent technologies, with greater energy efficiencies - producing up to 118 nominal lumens per watt (lm/W) - and a projected lifetime of over 20 years.

Typical applications include down-lights, track and spot lighting, and landscape lighting, with V15 being a suitable replacement for 35W ceramic metal halide luminaires. Nominal lumen outputs range from 1000 to 3000 lumens for the V10 and V15, respectively.

The V10 and V15 are available in a variety of correlated color temperature (CCT) and color rendering index (CRI) options and are compatible with optics, drivers and holders readily available from third-party suppliers. With more than 9000 hours of LM80 test data and R9 values that exceed California Energy Commission requirements for luminaires and lamps, the new V Series arrays support Energy Star and other rebate programs while also including ANSI-compliant 3-step binning, reducing stock-keeping units (SKUs) while bringing consistent high-quality white-point light to this new segment, says the firm.

Also at LFI, Bridgelux is showcasing several new additions to the Vero Series (claimed to be the industry’s first COB with a 10-year warranty) including multiple ultra-high-CRI and cool-white light combinations, specific CCT/CRI combinations for healthcare, entertainment, bakery, grocery, deli and textile applications, along with new Zhaga options.

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Bridgelux launches V Series chip-on-board LED arrays for sub-1000lm commercial and residential lighting

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