Products, Materials + Tools | Jul 29, 2013

Toshiba Released Different New Types of LED Replacement Lamp

Within the last few days Toshiba Lighting Announced the release of new BR30 PAR30 lamps, a new B11 Candelabra lamp, bulbs for 220-240V marine lighting and 20-35 W equivalent MR16 lamps in 8°, 25° and 35° beam angles.

BR30 LED LAMP
Toshiba International Corporation’s LED Lighting Division recently released their new higher lumen output BR30 LED lamps, which serve as a direct replacement for 65-watt incandescent bulbs. With a rated life of 40,000 hours, the BR30 is ideal for recessed downlights and open hanging fixtures.

Features:
•    Now available in 2700K (820 lumens) and 4000K (920 lumens) color temperatures
•    Dimmable
•    Manufactured to ANSI standards
•    Rated for damp locations
•    Contains no mercury or lead
•    Five-year limited warranty
•    ENERGY STAR Pending

220-240V LED MARINE LIGHTING:
Toshiba International Corporation’s LED Lighting Division recently released four 220-240V LED lamps suited for damp marine environments. The MR16 GU10, A19, PAR30S and PAR20 provide ideal solid-state lighting for luxury cruise lines, private yachts and more. These lamps deliver superior light quality and high luminous output, while reducing power consumption compared to traditional bulbs and eliminating the need for regular re-lamping.

Features:
•    Available in 2700K color temperature
•    Color rendering index (CRI) of 80
•    Rated life 25,000-40,000 hours
•    355-740 lumens
•    Dimmable 0-10V
•    Special acrylic coating considerably reduces risk of breaking
•    Resistant to mechanical shock and vibration
•    Reach full brightness instantly
•    Contain no mercury or lead
•    Five-year limited warranty

MR16 GU5.3 LED LAMP:
Toshiba International Corporation’s LED Lighting Division recently released their new MR16 GU5.3 LED lamp, which serves as a direct replacement for 20- and 35-watt halogen bulbs. With a rated life of 40,000 hours and 70 percent less UV light emission than traditional halogen lamps, the MR16 GU5.3 is ideal for recessed downlights, track fixtures and display cases.

Features:
•    Available in 8°, 25° and 35° beam angles
•    Available in 2700K (up to 390 lumens), 3000K (up to 390 lumens) and 4000K (up to 420 lumens) color temperatures
•    Dimmable
•    Contains no mercury or lead
•    Rated for both damp locations and enclosed fixtures
•    Fits most gimbal rings
•    ENERGY STAR Pending

B11 FAMILY ADDITIONS:
Toshiba International Corporation’s LED Lighting Division recently released their new B11 40-watt equivalent LED lamps and the new E26 base for the 15, 25 and 40-watt equivalents. The B11 Candelabra E12 lamp is a direct replacement for a standard 40-watt incandescent candle but has a much longer rated life – 25,000 hours. The expanded B11 family is ideal for chandeliers, sconces and other decorative fixtures.

Features:
•    Available in 2700K (330-350 lumens) color temperature
•    Reaches full brightness instantly
•    Contains no mercury or lead
•    Dimmable
•    Fits E12 and E26 socket fixtures
•    Available in B11 bulb type with either frosted or clear bulb finish
•    ENERGY STAR Certified
•    Five-year limited warranty

About Toshiba International Corporation:
Toshiba International Corporation (TIC) is a Toshiba America Inc. (TAI) Group Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of Toshiba Corporation. TIC is headquartered in Houston, Texas and employs approximately 1,700 people. TIC provides application solutions to a wide range of industries including lighting systems, industrial, power systems, and transmission and distribution systems. For more information about TIC, please visit www.toshiba.com/tic.

About Toshiba International Corporation’s LED Lighting Systems Division:
Toshiba International Corporation’s LED Lighting Systems Division provides the North American market with a variety of high-efficiency LED products. Drawing upon Toshiba’s 120-year heritage of lighting innovations in Japan and world-class electronic and semi-conductor technologies, the LED Lighting
Systems Division is emerging as a leader in solid state lighting. The LED Lighting Systems Division is committed to providing lighting solutions that enhance the quality of life and meet the diverse needs of its customers. Further information is also available online at www.toshiba.com/lighting.

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