Products, Materials & Tools | Nov 16, 2007

NeoPac Launches Warm White Round Recessed Downlight (Orbit) for Indoor Architectural Application

NeoBulb Lighting, a leader in LED lighting technology and a subsidiary of NeoPac Lighting Group, has announced NeoBulb™ Orbit, a 7.5-Watt (L type) and a 5-Watt (S type) warm white LED round recessed downlight series for indoor architectural use.

NeoBulb Lighting had previously released its Orbit series with five different light colors: white, amber, red, green, and blue. Now with the launch of this warm white model, the application possibilities become more immense than ever. In comparison with cool white light, warm white light can create a “softer” tone to the objects being lit upon. The Orbit series is perfect for down lighting in hotels, shopping malls, retails, hospitals, residential and more. It can highlight important task areas and provides innovative and energy-efficient solutions for the designers and end users.

NeoBulb™ Orbit comes in S and L types, differentiated in wattage and height of luminaire body. The Correlated Color Temperature (CCT) is in the range of 2,800K to 3,000K. NeoBulb™ Orbit-S warm white is a 5-watt round recessed downlight, capable of providing a 250 lm luminous flux and has an astounding lifetime up to 50,000 hours thanks to the unique thermal management system. NeoBulb™ Orbit-L shares same strengths as the S type and has a higher wattage of 7.5 watts and thus a longer body length and better light output of 360 lm.

NeoBulb™ Orbit Series as well as entire NeoBulb product lines are ingeniously engineered LED lighting devices that are designed based on the proprietary NeoPac Universal Platform (NUP). Empowered by this structural LED technological platform, every NeoBulb™ product can operate at ultra-high power with high luminous flux, low junction temperature (Tj), and outstandingly long useful time.

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