Products, Materials & Tools | Aug 19, 2009

Marktech LED Lighting Introduces New and Improved PAR20 LED Bulb for Indoor Lighting Applications

Marktech LED Lighting’s newest EnergyLED PAR20 LED bulb uses just 4.6 watts to generate up to 300 lumens of light. This is a 50% improvement in lumen output compared to the previous generation.

With a 50º beam angle and E26 base, this UL approved family of LED bulbs is currently available in two white color temperatures, 2800k and 6000k cool white. Other colors are available through our online store.

The PAR20 LED bulbs are engineered to last 50,000 hours. This extremely long life will virtually eliminate maintenance costs, and will help you see a return on your investment as LED Bulbs typically offer a payback period of less than 2 years. EnergyLED light bulbs are also environmentally responsible as they consume less energy than standard bulbs and disposal is also not a concern because the bulbs are lead free and contain no mercury. These lights generate very little heat and emit no UV rays which make them an ideal choice for the museum and retail industry. In applications where vibration is a factor in the life of a light bulb, LED lights are the perfect solid state choice. These lights are also perfect for store fronts and point of purchase displays which are typically illuminated for long hours.
  
Pricing for the Marktech PAR20 bulbs is $32 each, and can be purchased directly though our web store. Marktech also offers LED replacements for T5, T8 and T9 type lighting. For additional information on any of our LED Lighting products contact Marktech LED Lighting at 3 Northway Lane North, Latham, NY 12110, Phone: (800) 984-5337, FAX: (518) 785-4725, email: info@marktechLEDlighting.com . Website: www.marktechLEDlighting.com.

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