lunes, 8 de noviembre de 2010

Cree LED Module Achieves Title 24 Compliance, Simplifying LED Fixture Design and Speeding Time to Market

DURHAM, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Cree, Inc. (Nasdaq:CREE -News), a market leader in LED lighting, announces that the 120VLMR4 LED module has achieved California Title 24 registration, helping OEM lighting manufacturers meet California’s rigorous energy efficiency standards and helping them to quickly enter the LED lighting market with fixtures based on the industry-leading Cree TrueWhite® Technology or Cree EasyWhite solution. Cree is also extending the warranty on its LMR4 LED module family to five years to further accelerate the LED Lighting Revolution.

“California leads the nation in promoting sustainable, energy-efficient building codes, and the growth of solid-state lighting is critical to achieving energy-saving goals and policy objectives,” said Michael Siminovitch, director of the California Lighting Technology Center (CLTC) at the University of California, Davis. “Cree has been a leader in the LED lighting industry, and further advances to its technologies will allow lighting manufacturers to address the energy-efficiency needs of California consumers.”
“Lighting manufacturers have already demonstrated the ease of developing LED fixtures based on the Cree LMR4 module,” said Tom Roberts, Cree, director of marketing, LED modules. “Based on our continued testing and customer design successes, Cree is extending the LMR4 warranty from three years to five. We believe this provides even greater confidence in the business case for high-quality LED lighting.”
The Cree LMR4 LED module, available with either Cree TrueWhite Technology or the Cree EasyWhite solution, uniquely integrates driver electronics, optics and primary thermal management. Both versions deliver 700 lumens, are designed to last 35,000 hours and consume just 12 watts of power. Fixture manufacturers have the option to include a specially designed heat sink to accommodate specific high heat applications such as downlights for insulated ceilings.
The 120-volt LMR4 module is UL recognized, and the 230-volt LMR4 module complies with multiple international standards. Fixture makers seeking ENERGY STAR® qualification will have access to specifications and performance data, including LM-80 reports, which can speed regulatory approvals.

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