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Products, Materials + Tools | Jul 19, 2016

The First New Stylist Series Member Lumileds CrispColor Technology™ Arrived

Lumileds, the global leader in light engine technology, today introduced chip on board arrays that use the innovative CrispColor Technology to deliver rich, saturated colors. Part of the extensive Luxeon Stylist Series, this new approach to lighting caters specifically to fashion retail, delivering a stunning palette to display merchandise more attractively.

“The Luxeon Stylist Series goes well beyond energy efficient lighting. This is about identifying the most appealing light for the environment and using it to attract and maintain a loyal customer base,” explained Luis Aceña, Senior Manager, Stylist Series at Lumileds. “With Luxeon CoB with CrispColor Technology, all colors are immensely appealing, so customers are more likely to be captivated by the retailer’s merchandise, want to purchase it, and feel like returning to your store again and again,” he added.

CrispColor Technology from the Luxeon Stylist Series helps retailers strengthen the company’s brand. By creating a signature lighting which is consistent in every store in the world, customers will feel confident and comfortable to spend more time in browsing and shopping. Spotlights and downlights made with Luxeon CoB with CrispColor Technology achieve a higher color gamut with an outstanding center beam candle power (CBCP). Available in multiple lumen packages and a wide color range (2700 K to 5000 K), these CoB arrays meet the exacting lighting requirements of fashion retail stores.

The Luxeon Stylist Series also includes Luxeon CoB with CrispWhite Technology, which is optimized to reveal the whitest whites in fashion retail items. To achieve that, it combines a specific color point at 3000 K with a specialized spectra to activate the Fluorescent Whitening Agents (FWA) present in fabrics and paints. “From the moment the customer steps into the store, there is a ‘wow factor’ they cannot explain,” said Claudia Kansy of MS Mode, a retailer that installed Luxeon CoB with CrispWhite Technology in MS Mode’s flagship store. The new generation of Luxeon CoB with CrispWhite Technology boasts a 13% improvement in efficacy at the same lumens, compared to the previous generation.

CrispColor Technology delivers more strongly saturated colors with a higher color gamut and will be available in a variety of product families from Lumileds, including CoB, Mid Power and Matrix Platform.
“Retailers tell us they can really see an amazing difference with these sources,” said Acena.  
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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