Products, Materials + Tools | Apr 23, 2012

Megaman® Launched TECOH® OEM LED Module at Light+Building

Megaman® which leads the way in energy-efficient lighting, brought its first OEM LED module range, TECOH®, to Light & Building 2012.

An application-ready solution which can be simply adapted into existing luminaires, Megaman’s TECOH® MHx and CFx ranges ensuring the ultimate in flexible design for many years to come.

Fred Bass, managing director of Neonlite International Ltd, the brand owner of Megaman® comments:  “We are committed to innovating and developing new eco-lighting solutions for professional applications.  The TECOH® MHx and CFx ranges have been developed to offer a viable LED alternative to ceramic metal halide and compact fluorescent lamps. With high lumen packages and long lamp life, the TECOH® ranges offer an exciting new venture for Megaman® and our fixture manufacturer partners.”

TECOH® MHx:
Building on the success of Megaman®'s intelligent TCH reflector solutions, TECOH® MHx uses a double axial mounted LED array and a unique patented thermally conductive base and head design to offer fixture manufacturers superb heat dissipation, lighting performance and lumen maintenance.  The TECOH® MHx LED module occupies the same space as a G12 ceramic metal halide lamp, plus holder assembly, and has a similar light centre length offering a true alternative up to a 35W metal halide lamp.  The module’s dimensions mean that only simple fixture adaptations need to be made, while the lamp’s design allows for effective beam control from existing reflectors.  

Megaman®'s TECOH® MHx range not only offers excellent light performance and lumen maintenance over its 40,000 operating hours, but it has also been designed with future-proofing in mind: the capsule heads are exchangeable and upgradeable to accommodate technological advances.  

TECOH® CFx:
Megaman®'s TECOH® CFx range of high performance twist-lock LED modules has an integrated driver for general lighting and is designed in line with proposed Zhaga specifications. With lumen packages of 1100 and 1800 lumens, Megaman®'s TECOH® CFx modules are ideal for use in downlights, replacing conventional light sources such as 50W halogen and 2x13W and 2x18W compact fluorescent lamps.

In line with Megaman®’s policy to develop only eco-lighting solutions, the TECOH® CFx range of socketable modules can be easily serviced and upgraded to the latest LED technology.  By using the twist-lock solution the existing luminaire can be retained, minimising the environmental impact of replacing the whole fixture.

Megaman®'s TECOH® CFx modules are based on a unique design using a multiple-chip white LED array at the bottom of the module and a reflector to direct the light through a slightly opaque cover, resulting in a lambertian* beam shape. This unique approach ensures that TECOH® CFx modules offer good colour characteristics and superb lumen maintenance over life, emit negligible UV, have excellent dimming capabilities and result in low maintenance costs.

For additional information about the TECOH® product line please visit http://www.megamanlighting.com/OEM/

About Megaman®:
Megaman® is a global brand in high-performance, energy-efficient lighting and an innovative leader in LED and CFL lamp design, with technology targeting the best eco-lighting solutions. Megaman® products are widely distributed throughout the world, including Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East, Africa and South America, covering more than 90 countries. By setting environmental management as one of the company's highest priorities, Megaman® is focusing on eco-friendly environmental processes from initial design, to manufacturing, research and development, and the disposal and recycling of its products.

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