Products, Materials + Tools | Nov 06, 2009

LEDnovation Introduces Neutral White LED Light Bulbs for Incandescent Replacement of 60W & 75W Bulbs for US Market

LEDnovation, Inc. introduced two new LED bulbs for the North American Market. The company claims that the LED bulbs are the industry’s first and highest brightness 60W and 75W incandescent A19 equivalent replacement bulbs.

The 60W equivalent delivers 600 Lumens with a typical efficiency of 79 Lumens/Watt and consumes 7.6 W. The bulb consumes 87% less power than a standard 60W incandescent bulb and 42% less than a standard 13W Compact Fluorescent. The 75W equivalent delivers 700 Lumens with a typical efficiency of 71 Lumens/Watt and consumes 9.8W. This lamp consumes 86% less power than a standard 75W incandescent bulb. Both LED bulbs have a CCT =3500K, typical CRI of 85 and power factor >0.9. The Lamps feature Recycled Reflectance™ optics technology, which reduces overall glare and delivers an extremely uniform and smooth light output in the A19 standard form factor.

The products are targeted at downlight and other indoor general lighting applications in the commercial and industrial markets. These next generation bulbs are part of the EnhanceLite™ series of LED bulbs. LEDnovation’s 60W equivalent LED A19-60-1N-I and 75W equivalent LED A19-75-1N-I products are scheduled to be commercially available in November 2009 for the North American market.

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