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LED arrays from Cree replaces 39W ceramic metal halide

Date: 18/09/2013
Cree has introduced High-Density (HD) LED Arrays for using high intensity spot lights. The first HD Array, the CXA1520 LED generates light equivalent of 39-W ceramic metal halide (CMH), but consumes only 50% of the power.

“The new CXA1520 LED Array delivers an impressive amount of light from a very small source. I have not seen another integrated array that can match this level of lumen density,” said Mark Groenke, VP of engineering at ConTech Lighting. “The CXA1520 LED Array enables ConTech Lighting’s newest LED fixtures to exceed the efficiency and life of our ceramic metal halide fixture offerings while maintaining intensity and color quality.”

Cree XLamp CXA1520 LED Arrays generate 3478 lumens of right by consuming a power of 33 watts, 85°C. Available in ANSI White and four-step EasyWhite binning, the new arrays feature 2700 K through 5000 K CCTs, with 70, 80 and 95-CRI options.

“We have several CXA1507 and CXA1512 LED array designs, and we’re excited that the new CXA1520 LED Array shares the same light-emitting size as the CXA1507 and CXA1512 LED Arrays,” said Tom Tang, chairman and CEO, Tons Lightology, Inc. “This allows us to address very-high output applications without changing the optics.”

XLamp CXA1520 LED Array samples are available now, and production quantities are available with standard lead times.