Products, Materials & Tools | Sep 11, 2013

Blueboo releases new 120w LED street lights with original CREE XTE

Blueboo 120 W LED street lights with original Cree XTE chips are equipped with many advantages of modular design, thermal design, DIY design, time control function, environmental protection, no pollution, less consumption, high efficiency, long lifespan and so on. These new 120 W LED street lights are very suitable for energy-saving city lighting, road lighting, main roads, auxiliary roads, highways, streets, parks, gardens, courtyards, square lighting, open parking lots, etc.

Advantages:
•    Original Cree XTE chips with low cost and high brightness as light source by lifetime 50,000 hours.
•    Super brightness, good light distribution and excellent color index.
•    Replacement of 250-400 W HPS or MHL.
•    Installation height:10-12 m.
•    Easily repaired by yourselves.
•    Quality and stable wide voltage or low voltage driver.

Blueboo time control energy-saving system decreases the brightness of original light by 50% beyond midnight, thus achieving the purpose of energy conservation, emission reduction and green environmental protection. Intelligent time control system helps to save energy and money, improve people's living standards, life quality and living environment, which meets the demands of social development and the requirements of energy conservation and brings incomparable social benefits and economic benefits.

About Blueboo:
Blueboo provides customers with comprehensive, one-stop and overall LED lighting solutions All Blueboo LED products are adopted CREE original lamp beads as light source with high quality and perfect design. Blueboo has passed LM80 authentication of USA energy star for all LED products and finished products. In addition, Blueboo products passed authentication such as CE, ROHS, EMC, which ensure customers to purchase Blueboo products with no worry.

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