Products, Materials + Tools | Sep 05, 2013

Shanghai Winsun Electronics Launched New Ceiling Light Series to Retrofit of 35-120W Halogen Systems

Shanghai Winsun Electronics Co.,Ltd, a professional high power LED light designer and manufacturer recently announced the launch of a new series dimmable ceiling light. Adopting original Japanese NICHIA LEDs with lumens output up to 350-1100lm and full range color temperature 2400K, 2700k, 3000K, 4000K and 5000K, external Multi-Voltage 100-240VAC TRIAC dimmable driver with various wattage 6W, 8W, 10W, 15W which can replace 35W, 50W, 75W, 120W halogen lamps, these new ceiling lights are undoubtedly a total solution of 35-75W halogen replacement.

These new ceiling lights are 6W, 8W, 10W and 15W respectively, adopt the newest original Japanese NICHIA LEDs with long lifespan up to 50000hrs and high CRI up to 85Ra. Full range color temperature available with 2400K, 2700K, 3000K, 4000K and 5000K, which enables the lamps available for any places, such as super market, delicatessen shop, hotel, leisure center, bar, café, corridor and so on. Lumens output up to 350 Lm-1100 Lm which allows completely replacement for 35W-120W halogen without compromising on the light output, and you don’t need to worry about the size since they are with standard cutting size of 75mm and 95mm.

Winsun new ceiling lights come with pure aluminum with black oxide coating(heat sink) and surface electrophoresis treatment(white housing) which makes them with smooth surface and perfect thermal performance. The perfect combination of the white shell and black heat sink makes them to be what a modern and elegant lamp!

Moreover, these ceiling lights are all with external drivers which are TRIAC dimmable with most trailing edge dimmers. So with these ceiling lights, customers don’t need to spend time on finding suitable drivers/transformers and housings, especially good for the customers that can't find a certified drivers working with LED MR16 lamps, the only thing they need to do is to connect the lamps to 100-240VAC power source.

In order to make clients be rest assured to buy, the external drivers of the lamps are EMC, LVD, SAA and C-Tick approved. Besides, all the products be delivered to clients are pasted with NICHIA authorized label which shows the lamps are manufactured with genuine Nichia LEDs.

For more information please visit www.winleds.com or email market@winleds.com

About Winsun:
Established in 2008,Winsun is a fast developing company who specializes in designing and manufacturing high power LED lights for indoor use. It is one of the most important customers of Japanese Nichia. All its products use original Nichia LED with patent design.

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