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Bridgelux has introduced third-generation LED Arrays, including its LS, ES, and RS product families, featuring the latest technical advances in epitaxial GaN layer growth, LED chip design and packaging technologies, increasing efficacy by up to 20% and reducing the cost per lumen by up to 30% compared with previous generations.
The new Arrays comply with Energy Star, Title 24, Part L and other global energy efficiency standards.
The products are configured to align with industry-standard drive currents to simplify the electronic driver selection process for new lamp and luminaire product development.
Bridgelux’s product portfolio includes light output performance ranging from 240 to 10,000 lumens. And the third-generation LS and ES Star Arrays are available immediately.
According to the company, the energy-efficient, high-flux-density sources can enable new MR-16, GU-10 and A-19 lamp applications.
In particular, the small source size of the 800-1000 lumen ES Star Arrays enables precision beam control for directional luminaires and PAR lamps. The new generation of ES rectangle and RS Arrays will begin shipping in third-quarter 2011.
The third-generation arrays are available in color temperatures from 2700K to 5600K with 3 SDCM color control options to enable clean and consistent lighting installations.
Plus, CRI options are now available. And the new LED arrays use the same form factor as previous generations, allowing drop-in replacement and a simple upgrade path while minimizing design efforts.