Products, Materials & Tools | Nov 20, 2007

LEXEDIS Lighting announces the release of its high efficiency digital light source with high CRI: powerXED.

powerXED demonstrates all the benefits of the LEXEDIS XED range: smallest form factor, excellent thermal management and Chip in Silicon packaging. These properties are now further enhanced by a Colour Rendering Index (CRI) of up to 90 in the warm white range.

The name powerXED is synonymous with excellent light homogeneity, superior colour rendering and luminous performance. This power emitter is capable of delivering up to 60 lumens for cool white at a rated current of 350 mA. The device’s high Colour Rendering Index (Ra8) of up to 90 in the warm white range is expected to fulfil architects, lighting designers and lighting engineers’ requirements of high-performance light sources by exceeding the Colour Rendering Index of 70 – 80 Ra8 prevalent in fluorescent lighting

powerXED is available in 4 standard correlated colour temperatures (CCT) in the white-light range: 3,000 K, 4,200 K, 5,700 K and 6,500 K. Due to its high CRI powerXED emits a quality of natural light which makes it the perfect choice for application in retail, medical and dental lighting as well as both linear architectural and façade lighting applications.

powerXED features the properties which make LEXEDIS products stand out: the industry’s smallest form factor (2.5 mm x 2.5 mm x 0.6 mm), a 120° Lambert beam pattern and its unique Zero Colour Bin guarantee (Step 6 MacAdam’s ellipse). The use of inorganic materials ensures durability, reliability and a long service life of in excess of 50,000 hours.

Combining the properties of XED and a Colour Rendering Index of 90. Introducing indeXED 90, powerXED a new highlight in high-quality white light.
 
About LEXEDIS Lighting GmbH:
LEXEDIS Lighting GmbH, a joint venture company between TridonicAtco of Austria and Toyoda Gosei of Japan, develops and produces innovative and high performance digital light sources promoted worldwide under the XED brand. LEXEDIS is a fast growing and customer-oriented company providing highly engineered product solutions for the advancement of High Efficiency Digital Light sources. www.lexedis.com
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