Cree Introduces New CLQ6A LED To Open Design Possibilities for Architectural Lighting

The new CLQ6A RGBW LED from Cree, first individually addressable one-watt RGBW (red, green, blue and white) LED in its class, unlocks new designs that were previously not possible. 

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Cree has expanded its leading family of Architectural Lighting Class LEDs with the new CLQ6A RGBW LED that delivers 8.2 lumens for Blue, 30 lumens for Green, 14 lumens for Red and 25 lumens for White at 100 mA in a 5 x 5.2 mm package.

According to the Cree, the four-in-one LED provides a single point source for excellent optical control, efficient color mixing and simplified design, enabling lighting manufacturers to offer beautiful and differentiated architectural lighting.

“Cree® LEDs deliver superior luminous flux output, rich color options and excellent color consistency that are perfect for architectural lighting. Cree’s high reliability enables us to offer products that perform well even in harsh outdoor conditions,” said Li Yong Tao, R&D Director at Grand Canyon LED Lighting Systems Co, Ltd.

Dave Emerson, Cree LEDs SVP and General Manager, said that the company continues to develop new application-optimized LEDs that provide our customers with the best options to meet their design requirements.

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