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LED Delivers up to 1500 Lumens at 75 Lumens per Watt

March 15, 2010

Cree, Inc. announces a new lighting-class LED that offers the performance, color consistency and lumen density to displace conventional light sources, all in the industry's smallest package. The LEDs are specified like traditional light sources —  simply indicate the desired color temperature and brightness. The multi-chip XLamp MPL EasyWhite LED is optimized for directional lighting applications, including PAR- or BR-style light bulbs. With proper system design, the MPL EasyWhite LED can deliver the required light output for a 3000-K, 75-Watt equivalent BR-30 light bulb, but would consume 78-percent less energy than traditional incandescent technology. This would meet the efficacy and lumen-output requirements for integral LED lamps as defined by ENERGY STAR®. www.cree.com

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