High-CRI LED lamps offer energy savings & longevity

12th March 2015
Source: Civilight
Posted By : Barney Scott
High-CRI LED lamps offer energy savings & longevity

Civilight North America has announced the availability of 11 LED lamps, part of the the ENERGY STAR list of qualified products, with 12 additional models pending approval. Offered in three series, Architectural, Professional and Commercial, Civilight says its LED lamps push the boundaries of CRI and R9, while maintaining the efficacy and lifetime required for ENERGY STAR certification.

The Architectural 19W PAR38 with smart heat sinking design replaces a 100W halogen in new or existing recessed downlight fixtures, enabling savings of more than 80% in energy consumption. The ENERGY STAR-qualified models include the 3000K lamp in 25 and 40° angles and the 2700K model with a 25° angle. The smooth dimming LED lamp offers a high 95 Colour Rendering Index (CRI) and delivers up to 1250lm of glare-free light for 40,000 hours or more.

Suitable for ambient and accent lighting in track light and recessed downlight applications, the Commercial 16W PAR38 offers a 40° beam angle in 2700K and 3000K CCTs. Saving 80% in terms of energy, the 16W lamp replaces a 90W halogen lamp, while delivering 950lm and a high CRI of 92. The dimmable lamp features smart heat sink design to maintain the lifetime of the lamp to 25,000 hours.

The Professional 19W PAR38 in 3000K with a 25° beam angle offers a high 90 CRI and delivers 995lm over a 25,000-hour lifetime. The 90W halogen replacement lamp offers smooth dimming for ideal ambient and accent lighting in recessed downlight and track light fixtures in commercial and residential applications.

The smooth dimming Architectural 14W PAR30L is equivalent to a 75W halogen lamp in recessed downlight and track light fixtures in commercial and residential applications. Offered in a 25° beam angle, the 2700K and 3000K CCT lamps are now listed on the qualified products list. The glare free lamps offer smooth, even dimming and deliver up to 800lm for 25,000 hours or more, all while producing an excellent 95 CRI.

Offered in a standard candelabra (E12 base), the Architectural 6W Clear B11 in 2700K CCT replaces a 40W incandescent, savings 85% in energy consumption. The dimmable lamp suits chandeliers and pendant lights in homes, hotels, restaurants and other commercial and retail applications. The dimmable lamp features patented optical design with a clear cover, while delivering 330lm for 25,000 hours.

The 3000K CCT Architectural 10W HALED MR16 in 25- and 40° beam angles is a 45W halogen equivalent, saving more than 75% in energy consumption. The sleek black lamp in a GU5.3 base features Civilight’s patented HALED design and delivers glare-free light with a high 95 CRI and up to 510lm.

Civilight anticipates that 12 additional models will be included on the ENERGY STAR qualified products list in spring/summer 2015. These models include the Commercial 10W 4" Downlight in 2700K and 3000K; the Commercial 12W 5/6" Downlight in 2700K and 3000K; the Architectural 10W HALED MR16 in 4000K in 25- and 40° beam angles; the Architectural 14W PAR30 in 2700K and 3000K; the Architectural 13W PAR30S in 3000K; the Professional 13W BR30 in 2700K; the Architectural 4.5W LED Diamond B11 in 2700K; and the Professional 3W LED Crystal B11.

“We are excited to continue adding more lamps to our ENERGY STAR qualified offerings for the North American market,” said Jeffrey E. Lagaly, CEO of Civilight North America. “We are proud to offer additional high-quality, energy efficient LED products that qualify for substantial utility rebates throughout the United States.”

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