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LED Downlight prototype with 102 Lumens per Watt Fixture Efficacy

LED Downlight prototype with 102 Lumens per Watt Fixture Efficacy
Cree has announced it is demonstrating a prototype version of the LR6 LED recessed downlight that consumes just 6.5W of electricity, resulting in 665 lumens, an efficacy of 102 lumens per watt and a power factor greater than 0.9.
5th May 2009

Cree's Bright and High-Efficiency Lighting-Class LED

Cree's Bright and High-Efficiency Lighting-Class LED
Cree has announced it is demonstrating the newest addition to its lighting-class XLamp LED family—the XLamp XP-G LED—at LIGHTFAIR International in New York, May 5-7, 2009. The cool white XLamp XP-G provides 139 lumens and 132 lumens per Watt at 350 mA. Driven at 1 A, the XP-G produces 345 lumens, which is 37 percent brighter and 53 percent more efficient than the brightest XR-E LED. The XP-G LED has the highest lumen density of any available lighting-class LED, and it is based on the XLamp XP family package.
30th April 2009

Cree's Bright and High-Efficiency Lighting-Class LED

Cree's Bright and High-Efficiency Lighting-Class LED
Cree has announced it is demonstrating the newest addition to its lighting-class XLamp LED family—the XLamp XP-G LED—at LIGHTFAIR International in New York, May 5-7, 2009. The cool white XLamp XP-G provides 139 lumens and 132 lumens per Watt at 350 mA. Driven at 1 A, the XP-G produces 345 lumens, which is 37 percent brighter and 53 percent more efficient than the brightest XR-E LED. The XP-G LED has the highest lumen density of any available lighting-class LED, and it is based on the XLamp XP family package.
30th April 2009


Cree Claims First Red-Green-Blue-White Multichip LED

Cree Claims First Red-Green-Blue-White Multichip LED
Cree is expanding its high-power color LED product offerings. Cree is unveiling the industry’s first multichip MC-E LED with red, green, blue and white chips—all in a single package. It is also pairing new LED chip innovations with its industry-leading XLamp XP-E package to deliver the highest performance family of discrete, high-power color LEDs available.
29th April 2009

Cree Claims First Red-Green-Blue-White Multichip LED

Cree Claims First Red-Green-Blue-White Multichip LED
Cree is expanding its high-power color LED product offerings. Cree is unveiling the industry’s first multichip MC-E LED with red, green, blue and white chips—all in a single package. It is also pairing new LED chip innovations with its industry-leading XLamp XP-E package to deliver the highest performance family of discrete, high-power color LEDs available.
29th April 2009

Cree LED Bulb Delivers Vibrant Color with Less Energy

Cree has introduced the LRP-38 LED lamp. Now shipping in volume, this light provides a tightly-focused beam, exceptional color quality, extended life and unmatched energy-efficiency. Designed for display and retail installations, the Cree LRP-38 is a narrow beam spotlight for use in supermarket produce displays, department stores, and museums—especially where exceptional color quality is valued. The lamp is currently being evaluated in grocery, department and furniture stores, as well as in big box retailers, where it replaced halogen and ceramic metal halide bulbs.
28th April 2009

Cree LED Bulb Delivers Vibrant Color with Less Energy

Cree has introduced the LRP-38 LED lamp. Now shipping in volume, this light provides a tightly-focused beam, exceptional color quality, extended life and unmatched energy-efficiency. Designed for display and retail installations, the Cree LRP-38 is a narrow beam spotlight for use in supermarket produce displays, department stores, and museums—especially where exceptional color quality is valued. The lamp is currently being evaluated in grocery, department and furniture stores, as well as in big box retailers, where it replaced halogen and ceramic metal halide bulbs.
28th April 2009

Cree Announces Industry's Smallest ANSI-Compliant LED Bins

Cree Announces Industry's Smallest ANSI-Compliant LED Bins
As the only LED manufacturer to offer lighting-class LEDs in the entire ANSI color space, Cree, Inc. has announced expanded binning for the XLamp XP LED family. Cree is sub-binning its entire warm/neutral white color space into the industry’s smallest offerings while also standardizing two cool white bins.
21st April 2009

Cree Announces Industry's Smallest ANSI-Compliant LED Bins

Cree Announces Industry's Smallest ANSI-Compliant LED Bins
As the only LED manufacturer to offer lighting-class LEDs in the entire ANSI color space, Cree, Inc. has announced expanded binning for the XLamp XP LED family. Cree is sub-binning its entire warm/neutral white color space into the industry’s smallest offerings while also standardizing two cool white bins.
21st April 2009

Cree Launches LED Product Characterization Tool

Cree has launched a Product Characterization Tool, an interactive LED design tool that simplifies the task of translating nominal LED performance to real-world conditions. The online tool, accessible via www.cree.com, allows users to easily characterize any XLamp LED over a wide range of operating conditions, including drive current, flux bin, price and junction temperature. It also calculates metrics such as lumen output, lumens per watt, lumens per dollar and more.
17th March 2009

Cree Launches LED Product Characterization Tool

Cree has launched a Product Characterization Tool, an interactive LED design tool that simplifies the task of translating nominal LED performance to real-world conditions. The online tool, accessible via www.cree.com, allows users to easily characterize any XLamp LED over a wide range of operating conditions, including drive current, flux bin, price and junction temperature. It also calculates metrics such as lumen output, lumens per watt, lumens per dollar and more.
17th March 2009


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