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LED Lamps target commercial applications.
Press Release Summary:
Oct 24, 2012 - Using 13 W, Model BR30 replaces 65 W incandescent lamp while delivering 750 lumens. Model BR40, using 17 W, replaces 90 W incandescent lamps while delivering 1,000 lumens. BR lens conceals LEDs from view and evenly distributes light in 120Â° flood beam spread for accent lighting, wall washing, and general lighting. Designed with solid aluminum bodies molded into fin shape that acts as heat sink, both dimmable lamps are available in warm white 2,700 K CCT with standard Edison E26 base andÂ 80+ CRI.
Original Press Release
MaxLite Introduces Energy Efficient LED BR30 and BR40 Lamps for Commercial Applications
Press release date: Oct 17, 2012
Using just 13 watts, the highly efficient LED BR30 lamp replaces a 65-watt incandescent lamp while delivering 750 lumens maintained throughout the life of the lamp. The new BR40 uses only 17 watts and replaces a 90-watt incandescent lamp while delivering 1000 lumens. Compared to LED PAR lamps, both models offer a much wider beam spread and less cave affect in downlight applications. Both lamps feature a BR lens that conceals LEDs from view and evenly distributes the light in a 120-degree flood beam spread for accent lighting, wall washing and general lighting.
With a CRI that exceeds 80, both lamps are designed with solid aluminum bodies that are molded into a fin shape to increase the cooling surface area while acting as a heat sink to maintain lumens and the LED junction temperature below specification for a longer life. The BR30 is 4.1 inches wide and 5.7 inches tall while the BR40 is 4.9 inches wide and 6.3 inches tall.
Fully dimmable down to five percent and compatible with a variety of controls, both LED lamps significantly reduce consumers' carbon footprint while maintaining a very high quality of light using strictly binned, color matched LEDs. Available in a warm white 2700K correlated color temperature (CCT) with a standard Edison E26 base, the LED lamps operate without emitting radiation or heat for reductions in HVAC costs.
Both lamps are cUL- and UL-certified, RoHS compliant and constructed without hazardous materials while operating with reduced heat and without emitting IR or UV radiation during their long 25,000-hour life (at L70 standards), which is more than 8 years operating 8 hours a day.
LM-79 and LM-80 data is available, along with IES files and photometrics. The lamps are backed by MaxLite’s five-year limited warranty.
MaxLite’s full-time application engineers are available to implement proficient project lighting layouts and spacing criteria upon request.
For more information on the BR30 lamp, please visit www.maxlite.com/PDFs/DataSheets/SKBR3013DLED27.pdf, or visit www.maxlite.com/PDFs/DataSheets/SKBR4016DLED27.pdf for the BR40.
About MaxLite (www.maxlite.com)
Inheriting global manufacturing and marketing expertise that dates back to 1955, MaxLite was one of the first movers into LED technology in the industry. Committed to energy efficiency as an ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year in 2009, MaxLite established the MaxLED® brand, an extensive line of indoor and outdoor lighting fixtures featuring innovative LED luminaires and lamps using the latest state-of-the-art LED technology, ranging from the award-winning Flat Panel collection, to the best-selling outdoor lineup, Plug-and-Play light bars and lamps.
Out of the company’s distribution center in Rancho Cucamonga, California and distribution and product assembly center in West Caldwell, New Jersey, MaxLite ships products within the continental United States within one to three days on standard orders. Through MaxLite’s innovative research and development capabilities in its California office, MaxLite continues to be at the forefront of energy efficient technologies. For more information about MaxLite and its products, call 800-555-5629, fax 973-244-7333, email email@example.com, or tweet us at https://twitter.com/maxlitenewsroom.