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Cree claims Efficiency Standard with 150 Lumens-Per-Watt LED Troffer

Troffer delivers 70 percent energy savings over fluorescent fittings

Cree has introduced the ZR High-Efficacy (HE) LED troffer, a commercial specification-grade troffer designed to reduce energy consumption by 70 percent when compared to traditional fluorescent alternatives. The company says it will enable greater design freedom for customers looking to achieve LEED certification.

"The Cree ZRHE LED troffer pushes the limits of LED technology, redefining the standard for the commercial specification-grade market by delivering the breakthrough combination of energy savings, superior color quality and reduced maintenance costs," said Norbert Hiller, Cree executive vice president, lighting. "Cree's latest innovation delivers benefits customers have not had before and eliminates the need for compromised fluorescent alternatives."

With a 100,000-hour lifetime and a 10-year limited warranty, the Cree ZRHE LED troffer is aimed at healthcare, petroleum, commercial building and other applications demanding reliability and long product lifetime.

The ZRHE LED troffer features Cree TrueWhite Technology and delivers 4000 lumens in 2' x 2' and 2' x 4' configurations. It also has 0-10V dimming capabilities as standard.

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