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Products, Materials + Tools | Nov 08, 2011

Energy Savings and Color Fidelity – The New C8-Series LED by Lumitech

The leading Austrian high-tech company Lumitech® is once again a step ahead of the competition in LED innovations. True to the company’s mission, the market introduction of the C8 downlight series offers the optimum mix of efficiency, environmental friendliness and light quality. 



The C8 downlights provide attractive energy savings of 85 percent compared with traditional lighting elements combined with a long useful life of up to 50,000 hours. In addition to excellent light quality, the series also offers its users advanced dimming functionality and simple, tool-free replacement of halogen spots. 



Advantages at a glance:
- Environmental friendliness and energy-efficiency
- Superlative color quality: CRI 90 
- Long useful life: up to 50,000 h
- Easy replacement of and compatibility with existing sockets 

- No more frequent light bulb changes
- Reduction of heat output 



Technical data:
- Low energy use: 11W (230VAC)
- Light colors: 2,700K, 3,000K, 4,000K 

- Dimming function: 20–100 % (trailing edge dimmer)
- Replaces up to 75W halogen 

- Patented cooling method

About Lumitech:
Lumitech is a high-tech company headquartered in Jennersdorf, Austria, and the inventor of the PI-LED® technology, the leading edge LED technology. LUMITECH convinces customers with comprehensive expertise that spans the LED value-added chane – from color conversion resins to light engines and from light fixtures to LEDbased lighting concepts. Whether in hotels, restaurants and museums, wellness facilities and shops, or private residences: LUMITECH® lets you display products in the right light, creates atmospheric light moods and makes rooms useful in an abundance of ways.

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