Cree, Inc. has expanded its market-leading LS Series LED surface ambient portfolio with the addition of the new LS-FD High Efficiency linear luminaire.
Capable of delivering excellent light quality and energy efficiency at 130 lumens per watt, the new LS-FD™ High Efficiency linear luminaire is a perfect replacement for linear fluorescent lighting in retail, industrial or commercial spaces.
David Elien, Cree senior vice president and general manager, lighting, said The LS-FD High Efficiency luminaire produces better light experiences for new construction and upgrade applications demanding extreme efficiency and application flexibility.
“Cree’s new LS-FD™ High Efficiency surface ambient luminaire provides an optimal balance of energy savings and colour rendering available with an attractive design, application flexibility and simplified installation,” Mr Elien said.
“Its versatile performance makes it easier than ever to make the switch to better LED technology.”
The luminarie features a uniquely adaptive and elegant form factor that outshines box-like fluorescent strip and wrap luminaires, as well as new product enhancements that allow fast and easy installation for a no-hassle upgrade from fluorescent strip and wrap fixtures.
According to the press release on the Business Wire, the LS-FD™ High Efficiency linear luminaire also allows multiple fixtures to be quickly installed for seamless, uniform illumination thanks to its full-length lens housing.
“The new Cree® LS-FD High Efficiency luminaire is DesignLights Consortium® Premium qualified for maximum utility rebates and energy savings, often with a payback of two years or less. It also comes standard with best-in-class dimming to five percent, versus the 10 percent typical of fluorescent luminaires. Backed by an industry-leading 10-year warranty, the product offers exceptional longevity and performance with a 75,000-hour lifetime at 35 C,” reads the press release.
“The full family of LS Series products features a highly diffused lens that eliminates pixilation and is available in colour temperatures of 3500K, 4000K or 5000K.”