Systems & Applications | Luminaires | Tunable White Light | Aug 17, 2017

Tunable White Gets a Practical Tune-Up with Meteor's New ColorFlip™

Meteor reveals the latest technological advance, an innovative ColorFlip™ tunable white light engine. The ColorFlip™ has the highest light output in the market at up to 10,000 lumens throughout 2700-6500 K. This practical tunable white solution provides flexible lighting for multiple occasions, without sacrificing output or going over project budget.

Utilizing the latest flip chip LED technology, the ColorFlip™ delivers superior heat management as well as lowest thermal resistance, it results in higher performance from all fixture components. Meteor’s ColorFlip™ technology allows for 70% more heat dissipation and lumen output than other LED technologies.

Meteor’s proprietary control unit and driver technology allows the ColorFlip™ to bring compatibility with every existing control system, eliminating the need for expensive, standalone control systems. As with all of Meteor’s fixtures, the ColorFlip™ employs VX Driver that eliminates flickering when using video recording devices. With the ColorFlip™ lighting designers takes total control of the color temperature even after lighting fixtures are installed. Color temperature no longer needs to be decided during planning stage, field adjustable CCT is possible with Meteor’s newest development – ColorFlip™.

While traditional tunable white solutions require doubling the number of LEDs to equal the output of single-color lights, ColorFlip™’s unique design and proprietary control board delivers maximum lumen output during color tuning. At only 20% more per fixture, there’s no doubling the budget to meet output requirements. From large-scale projects like convention centers, to multipurpose rooms in community centers, Meteor’s ColorFlip™ technology answers to all color tuning requests.

Meteor’s new ColorFlip™ tunable white solution will apply to 4” and 6” cylinder and recessed downlight in September 2017.

About Meteor Lighting:

Meteor specializes in developing advanced high ceiling LED luminaires with innovative proprietary flicker-free dimming technologies. Reliability is Meteor’s top priority. Its products undergo lengthy performance, safety, and durability testing to ensure standards of quality are met. Meteor product line includes cylinder, recessed downlight, specialty high bay, and solar LED in-grade & bollard. For more information on Meteor Lighting, please visit: www.meteor-lighting.com

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