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GE Infusion LED Modules offer flexibility, optic designs

23 Sep 2013

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GE Lighting's product line of Infusion LED Modules, such as the Infusion Gen3 Spot Light Modules, Infusion Down Light Module, and the Infusion Narrow Punch Module, is offering high-level flexibility and featuring various optic designs with a twist-lock interface to facilitate tool-free attachment for accurate beam control for optimal performance. The company said the flexible LED lighting solution will benefit retailers aiming to highlight or emphasise products through a display.

Infusion Gen3 LED modules feature a twist-lock interface for tool-free attachment that delivers accurate beam control for optimal performance. GE offers a range of lumen packages, from 850 to 4500 lumens, as well as colour options of 2700K, 3000K and 4000K to meet a variety of retail LED lighting needs.

GE Infusion LED Modules offer flexibility, optic designs

The Infusion DLM offers efficacy and feature colour rendering across the entire DLM 1000 – DLM 4000 Series, providing ambient lighting solution for high-end retail applications. With down light LED lumen levels up to 4000 lumens, Infusion DLM is suitable for high-ceiling applications, such as lobbies, auditoriums, convention centres and shopping malls.

The Infusion NPM is the latest advance in LED-based accent lighting, delivering a high-intensity, narrow spot beam that improves retail lighting applications. The NPM provides small, high-intensity LED source and proprietary optics for maximum performance.

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