Products, Materials & Tools | Jan 13, 2011

Nexxus Lighting Launches New Array™ MR16-HO Lamp

Nexxus Lighting, Inc. today announced the official launch of its new Array™ MR16-HO (High Output) LED replacement lamp. The lamp is a direct replacement for halogen MR16 down lighting and track lighting applications. With third-party testing as validation, the new Array™ MR16-HO delivers industry leading performance in lumen output and center beam candle power (CBCP) along with high color rendering index (CRI) and excellent dimming ability for both magnetic and electronic transformer dimming systems.

Utilizing Nexxus’ unique patent pending thermal management system known as Selective Heat Sink™ (SHS), the new MR16-HO operates at 12V AC and uses only 6.5 watts to deliver over 325 lumens and a CBCP of 2693. It is designed to last 50,000 hours and provides excellent color rendering (greater than 83 CRI) in both 2700 and 3000 degree Kelvin color temperatures. The new lamp is available in 18 degree Spot, 22 degree Narrow Flood and 100 degree Flood optics and can be operated in open or enclosed fixtures.

“We have shipped sample quantities of the new MR16-HO to various national accounts for the last six weeks and the response to its performance has been excellent. Our customer base is getting educated on LED lighting. We clearly see the differentiation of the Array MR16-HO’s performance from lesser grade lamps as these accounts create mock up areas in their stores or facilities,” said Mike Bauer, CEO of Nexxus Lighting. “From retail stores and restaurants to hotels and conference centers, this lamp again sets the standard in specification grade quality, superior performance and true value; criteria that Array has become known for.”

LM-79, LM-80, Lighting Facts labels and detailed specifications are all available for the new MR16-HO at www.nexxuslighting.com or www.arraylighting.com

About Nexxus Lighting:
Nexxus Lighting (www.nexxuslighting.com) is a leader in advanced lighting technology, including solid-state LED and fiber optic lighting systems and controls used in commercial, architectural, signage, swimming pool, entertainment and retail lighting.  Nexxus Lighting sells its products through its Commercial Lighting, Lumificient and Nexxus Lighting Pool & Spa divisions under the Array™ Lighting, Savi®, Super Vision® and Lumificient™ brand names.

sutaohehe says: (on Jan 17, 2011 01:32 PM)
325lm LED is enough to replace a 50W halogen lamp.
We are selling 18W 4foot LED tube. 31.5USD/pc.
sutaohehe says: (on Jan 17, 2011 01:36 PM)
Website: www.okledlighting.com
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