Products, Materials & Tools | Apr 20, 2015

Green Creative Releases Direct Plug and Play T8 U-Bent Dir LED Tube

Green Creative, the commercial grade LED lighting manufacturer proudly announces the launch of its first T8 U-Bent 16W Dir LED tube. Part of Green Creative’s new Titianium LED Series 4.0, the T8 U-Bent 16 W Dir tube was designed to match the form factor and light output of the fluorescent U-Bent tube it is replacing. The T8 U-Bent Dir tube is also compatible with Instant Start ballasts so no rewiring is required during installation.

The new T8 U-Bent 16W features a thin light engine and continuous diffusing tube that provides uniform and seamless light from end to end. “Unlike other U-Bent LED tubes on the market, this lamp truly replaces a fluorescent tube in look and performance,” says Green Creative Product Manager, Taylor Schaberg.

The T8 U-Bent 16 W tube combines a micro-designed driver and compact light engine to create an extra wide beam angle. The redesigned compact light engine is more than 50% smaller on average than other tier 1 U-Bent LED tubes and provides a light emitting area of 320º. The integrated driver is stored discreetly within the tube end cap to improve thermal performance and eliminate dark spots.

The T8 16 W U-Bent Dir tube comes in a frosted finish in 3000 K, 4000 K and 5000 K CCT. In addition, each tube has a 25,000-hour lifetime, >113 LPW efficacy and is suitable for use in totally enclosed fixtures.

Detailed information and data sheet for the T8 U-Bent 16W Dir tube can be found here: http://www.gc-lighting.com/green-creative-releases-direct-plug-and-play-t8-u-bent-dir-led-tube-with-true-fluorescent-design/

This product is available through Green Creative distributors and is ready to ship from the company’s west coast and east coast distribution centers. For more information on where to purchase the products near you or how to become a distributor, please contact Green Creative at sales@greencreative.com

About Green Creative:
Green Creative is a major solid state lighting development and manufacturing company based in the Bay Area, CA. The company specializes in retrofit lighting for the commercial market, offering a comprehensive line of LED lighting solutions.  Green Creative is fully integrated with strong R&D capabilities to constantly offer the latest technology available.  For more information on Green Creative please visit www.greencreative.com.

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