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8 May 2017

Soraa expands into directional luminaires

Soraa Inc of Fremont, CA, USA, which develops solid-state lighting technology fabricated on 'GaN on GaN' (gallium nitride on gallium nitride) substrates, is expanding into the directional luminaire market by launching Arc directional fixtures.

Designed around what is claimed to be the industry’s slimmest-profile die-cast heat sink, Arc is optimized for thermal management. “It’s the science behind our technology that gave my team the ability to design shallow fixtures, small apertures and narrow clean beams,” says Susan Larson, vice president responsible for the Fixture business and the design lead for Arc.

Arc will initially be offered in track, pendant, downlight and surface-mounted designs as well as with fixture SNAP accessories, including trims, Snoot and wall washes in a variety of color temperatures including 2700K, 3000K and 4000K. All Arc luminaires feature Soraa VIVID COB light engines with full-spectrum 95CRI, R9>95 and Rw 100 typical. The 9°, 10° and 15° beam spreads are also compatible with the existing Soraa SNAP system for further customizing beam and light color.

“Because we can now offer our customers a fully integrated, ultra-thin design with the added benefit of guaranteed compatibility and best-in-class dimming, we see specifiers beginning to re-think the way they design, by emphasizing rather than hiding luminaires,” says George Stringer, senior VP of sales.
Due to ship in early July, the luminaire is available for order in booth #3125 at LightFair International 2017 in Philadelphia (9-11 May).

Tags: Soraa GaN-on-GaN LEDs

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