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LED arrays from Cree double lumen density, use less power

20 Sep 2013  | Carolyn Mathas

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Cree has unveiled a new high-density class of CXA arrays that doubles the lumen density for next-gen LED spotlights. The CXA 1520 enables lighting manufacturers to create products that deliver the same intensity and light quality as 39W ceramic metal halide (CMH) at up to 50 per cent lower power.

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Applications from general purpose floods to speciality retail spot lights will benefit from the arrays that deliver up to 3478 lumens at 33W, 85°C. the arrays are available in ANSI White and four-step EasyWhite binning, and feature 2700K through 5000K CCTs, with 70, 80 and 95 CRI options. Users of the CXA 1507 and CXA1512 LED Array designs from Cree can now address very high output applications and not change the optics. Samples are available.

Datasheets for Cree's latest LED modules can be found here.




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