Products, Materials & Tools | May 03, 2013

SFT introduces LED Troffer with CE, FCC, EMC approval for commercial and industrial application

SFT's LED Recessed Troffer Artemis series are LED retrofit replacements alternatives for fluorescent troffers. The Artemis’s high performance LED system delivers advanced light distribution, attractive appearance and unprecedented energy savings. It is the most advanced luminaire for general-ambient lighting applications. A High-efficacy light engine delivers long life and excellent color rendering, ensuring a superior quality lighting installation that is highly efficient and sustainable. With its high performance but competitive price close to that of fluorescent fixture from famous brands, they are the ideal solution for offices, schools, hospitals, retail and other applications.

Product Feature:
•   Uniform and Soft Light, advanced reformative optics delivers greater distribution and uniformity of light
•   Low Brightness Eliminates "Pixelation"
•   CRI 80
•   Up to 50% energy saving compared with fluorescent troffer
•   Extreme longer lifetime up to 50,000 hours (L70 )
•   Lighting source module design, easy installation and maintenance
•   75 Lumens Per Watt
•   0.25W with High Effi cacy LEDs
•   Low Brightness Eliminates "Pixelation"
•   Superior Thermal Management Reduces Heat Sink Size
•   No Socket Shadows

For additional information please visit www.sftled.com or contact Jiangsu SFT Optoelectronic Co., Ltd. per email (enquiry@sftinternational.com) or phone (+86 25 8319 4011).

About SFT - Sense & Future Technology:
SFT lighting has 18 years professional lighting experience, being the first mover into LED lighting industry in China, operating one of biggest LED light factory in China. SFT’s ambition is to be the number one manufacture of LED indoor luminaries in China. SFT is OEM supplier of the well-known largest lighting companies, has wide range of LED lighting product lines. SFT has received UL and Energy star for its LED candle light, ETL and DLC for LED High bay and LED troffer lights. SFT was ranking first of China brands for LED street light in 2011and awarded from the Chinese government for the financial subsidies project in 2012. SFT is one of the top two enterprises amongst 39 contestants whose submitted product lists are all selected.

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