Products, Materials & Tools | Jul 26, 2016

Luxeon Stylist AtmoSphere Technology™ for the Perfect Restaurant Ambiance

Lumileds, the global leader in light engine technology, today announced Luxeon LEDs with AtmoSphere Technology, which can be used to create the ideal ambiance for restaurants and other hospitality venues, making customers feel cozy, comfortable and relaxed.

Halogen lighting had long dominated restaurant, bar and other hospitality lighting due to its ultra warm light capability - even while LEDs offered a 70-80% energy savings versus halogen. “Standard LEDs do not offer the optimal replacement for halogen in restaurant environments, but Atmosphere Technology from the Luxeon Stylist Series does,” said Luis Aceña, Senior Manager, Stylist Series at Lumileds.

Lumileds offers AtmoSphere Technology on its Luxeon CoB arrays in a candlelight-like 2200 K temperature with 90 CRI that is the industry’s choice for a warm atmosphere in restaurants. For downlights and spotlights, the portfolio of Luxeon CoB with AtmoSphere Technology meets a variety of restaurant needs including PAR 30 and PAR 38 replacements.

For dim to warm solutions, the Lumileds built-to-spec Matrix Platform with AtmoSphere Technology provides a variety of color tunable designs that use any combination of Luxeon LEDs to achieve the perfect “dim to warm” effect that is so coveted in many hospitality venues. The proprietary Oberon pick-and-place technology is used to pinpoint module color points to provide a consistent light appearance and performance.

For more information on the Luxeon Stylist Series, see www.lumileds.com/StylistSeries

About Lumileds:

Lumileds is the global leader in light engine technology. The company develops, manufactures and distributes groundbreaking LEDs and automotive lighting products that shatter the status quo and help customers gain and maintain a competitive edge. With a rich history of industry “firsts,” Lumileds is uniquely positioned to deliver lighting advancements well into the future by maintaining an unwavering focus on quality, innovation and reliability.
To learn more about our portfolio of light engines, visit www.lumileds.com 

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