Components | LED Modules | Daylight White | Zhaga Compliant | Indoor Applications | Oct 24, 2019

Xicato's New Daylight 5600 K LED Source Is Here

Xicato, the leading provider of smart building wireless controls and highest quality light sources, today announced the general availability of Daylight 5600 K CCT. As one of the best approximations of sunlight indoors, it delivers rich, accurate colors with high gamut, CRI 95+ and R9 of 90+, with a consistency and reliability that has set Xicato lights apart.

Advantages of Xicato XTM Modules:
•    Drop in replacement for Zhaga LED modules (Book 3)
•    Highest efficacy, as much as 20% higher than competitive products
•    Next Generation Corrected Cold Phosphor Technology® keeps phosphors cool for maintained light quality
•    Same form factor for all flux and CCT options

XTM Characteristics:
•    Up to over 137 lumens per watt at operating conditions
•    Very tight color consistency, within 1 x 2 MacAdam Ellipses
•    Standard Series, Artist Series®, Designer Series®, Vibrant Series®,
     Beauty Series
•    CCT range from 2700 K to 5600 K
•    Light output 1300 lm to 5000 lm with 19 mm LES and 700 lm to 2000 lm
     with 9 mm LES
•    Zhaga compatible form factor
•    Available in 19 mm and 9 mm LES

Xicato's new Daylight 5600 K LED source, part of the popular Artist series, is a perfect solution for living walls, where the high CCT and high CRI provide just the right amount of plant growth. It is essential in healthcare, rehabilitation facilities and a great choice for livestock lighting for increased production and animal welfare. Photographers and videographers also benefit from the industry's best TLCI values, eliminating the need to perform color correction in post-production.

The Daylight 5600 K is available today in 19 mm LES up to a maximum output of 5,000 lumens, achieving 110 lumens per watt when driven to 5,000 lumens at 1,400 mA. Contact your local Xicato sales representative or authorized distributor for more information and sampling.

For additional information, please visit xicato.com/products/light-sources/xtm/ , xicato.com/products/detail/xtm19955650cca-xicato-inc/670309/ or download the data sheet at xicato.com/datasheets/xicato/xtm-artist-series.pdf

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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