Products, Materials & Tools | Oct 11, 2012

ALT Provides CREE Based 2200K Products to Start into a New Era and to Meet the Market's Demand for Warm "Golden" Light

To create important advantages in the LED market, the world's biggest leading LED chipset supplier CREE has announced the latest 2200K color chipset to meet the market demand for golden light. In light of CREE's pairing with ALT’s (Aeon Lighting Technology Inc.) products, with over 2000 models worldwide including UL/CUL/ETL/TUV/LVD/FCC/C-Tick/CNS and more certifications, we are proud to announce a new era of high power LED lighting has begun.

While comparing LEDs with the traditional lighting products, its exceptional lifespan, eco-friendliness, energy-saving, and efficiency were vindicated and enjoyed by many users worldwide. Through this opportunity, Cree and ALT have co-developed the 2200K XTE high power LED chip. The XTE engine is known for high stability plus being a perfect replacement for incandescent and halogen lamps.

High power LED manufacturer Aeon Lighting Technology Inc. continues to spend tremendous effort cultivating high power LED products, and through the newly developed 2200K chip from Cree, ALT has integrated the super bright 2200K low color temperature chip into, but not limited to, the MR16 series, A55 bulb, PAR lamp, floodlight, and streetlight.

Cree and ALT, together, have overcome the problem of providing a warmer color while having a high luminous efficacy, especially with indoor applications, such as restaurants and galleries. In fact, the A55 bulb and PAR lamp were specifically designed for this exact type of market.Additionally, the penetration through limited visibility conditions by yellow light has become a critical requirement for road lighting. Yellow lighting has been known to be able to cut through low visibility conditions like fogs. By utilizing the 2200K LED streetlight, the low temperature warm light provide the driver a safer driving experience with more visibility.

As for the chips, the CEO of VantagePoint, Alan Salzman, estimated that the price of LED chips will drop from one cent per lumen to a quarter cent per lumen. For example, the new XTE chip, though its performance has improved a lot, its price isn't as high as it deserves. From the return on investment point of view, the LED markets appear to be on the verge of a take-off. Backed by more than 2,000 LED lighting products, ALT pledged to lead the LED market into the next High-Growth-Era.

According to past experience and the future development in the LED industry, the CEO of Aeon Lighting Technology, James Liang, said that LED lighting has become the main source of lighting for the next generation; the LED industry will grow exponentially. The LED industry itself is too new for the public, and the quality of products is uneven throughout the market; thus, people have started to question the viability of LEDs, and the size of market cannot grow quickly. In order to provide high quality and safe LED products, CREE and ALT have decided to cooperate in their research for suitable products for varied customers and establish proper service processes to facilitate the growth of the LED industry.

About Aeon Lighting Technology - ALT:
With roots in the server industry, where the need for high power LED’s all started, Aeon Lighting Technology (ALT) has grown in to one of the top manufacturers in the world today. With strong R&D capabilities and a focus on precision and quality, ALT is leading the field in the high power LED lighting industry.
Currently experiencing tremendous growth, ALT will not slow down in its pursuit of perfection, and will continue to develop lighting products that can help reduce humankind’s carbon footprint. We know we all have a responsibility to protect the fragile planet we live on, and ALT is at the front of the pack, leading the way forward.
Our future product generations will continue to save energy whilst at the same time emitting the brightness and colour you like and are used to. We are committed to develop future products that take LED lighting to the next level.

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