Components | LEDs | CoB LEDs | White LEDs | Indoor Applications | Oct 15, 2019

Xicato Announces Availability of XOB with 14.5mm LES

Xicato, the leading provider of smart building wireless controls and highest quality light sources, today announced the immediate availability of the XOB high-density light source in 14.5mm LES with nearly 5,000 lumens output. The benchmark light quality of XOB series with an R9 of 50 at 90CRI and an R9 of 90 at 95CRI provide the best options for strong color rendering in industry standard sizes for easy adoption.

Applications for the powerful output of the 14.5 mm LES include the office, hospitality, residential and healthcare just to name a few. The 14.5 mm LES XOB has had strong demand from light designers who need the same quality offered in the Company's 6 and 9.8mm LES XOBs with the consistency of color point for seamless integration where comfort, color matching and quality matter.

Availability:

The 14.5 mm XOB is available as 90 CRI with 4000 to 4800 lumens and 95 CRI with 3600 to 4300 lumens. Color temperatures include 2700 K to 4000 K, with 1x2 SDCM color spec. Products can be purchased at store.xicato.com/  along with previously available 6 and 9.8mm LES packages. For more information on XOB, plwease visit xicato.com/products/light-sources/xob/

About Xicato:

Xicato is defining the future of smart buildings, delivering the absolute best quality, highest performing and most reliable light sources, as well as other wirelessly connected intelligent devices including drivers, sensors, switches, gateways, controls electronics, and software. Xicato products inspire architects, designers and building owners to dream up and create more beautiful, healthy environments with smarter and more connected experiences. With an installed base approaching 10 million nodes, throughout thousands of locations in over 30 countries worldwide, and backed by a strong team of innovators based in Silicon Valley, Xicato continues to stay ahead of customer needs in a variety of verticals including the world's most renowned museums and cathedrals, retail shops and hotels, offices and hospitals. Xicato and the Xicato logo are registered trademarks of Xicato, Inc. - For more information, visit xicato.com 

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