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Products, Materials + Tools | Nov 21, 2014

Litecool Achieves Light Density Breakthrough with LineX Module

Litecool, a leading innovator in LED packing and thermal performance, announced today that its LineX modules achieves new levels of light output, efficiency and light intensity. This enables more high powered lighting applications with minimal form factor and maximum reliability.

The Litecool’s LineX module is ideal for a wide range high performance linear lighting applications in industry, architecture and retail display. Based upon Litecool’s proprietary thermal packaging around Intematix remote phosphor technology, LineX modules can achieve 3000 lumens per meter, 4000k Ra 90 at 135 lumens per watt. The minimal form factor produces a uniform lighting effect with no hot spots or variance in colour.

“LineX modules enable luminaire manufactures to produce a new generation of lighting fixtures for high lumen output applications” said James Reeves,  Litecool CEO, “ Not only are they exceptionally bright, but they are also very uniform in appearance and combined with our thermal engineering can create miniature form factors helping luminaire manufactures reduce bill of material costs across the entire system.”

Litecool’s Linex modules are available now in 2500, 3000, 3500, 4000 and 5000K corrected colour temperatures (CCTs) and standard lengths of 300, 600 and 1000mm. Detailed product information can be found on Litecool’s website.

For additional information, please visit http://www.litecool.co.uk

About Litecool:
Litecool are leaders in thermally efficient LED packing and thermal design. We believe that by focusing on thermal performance engineering at package level we can help our customers to achieve breakthrough performance in efficiency and reliability enabling a new generation of luminaire which are sleeker, cooler and more cost effective.

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