Cree Offers 25 Improved LED Bulbs
Company claims better light quality, better dimming, better lifetime, better warranty and better pricing
Cree has announces a new portfolio of next generation LED bulbs that are aimed at delivering better light experiences for consumers.
The new range consists of 25 new products, which are said to offer better light quality, better dimming, better lifetime, better warranty and better pricing.
"Cree is committed to innovation and unlocking the true potential of LED technology," said Betty Noonan, Cree chief marketing officer and general manager, consumer lighting. "Many new LED products fail to live up to the promise of LED technology; shouldn't you choose a better bulb when it will live in your house for decades? Cree believes it's now more important than ever to give consumers a better choice."
"The Home Depot continues to offer the latest innovations in LED lighting, as can be seen with this new portfolio of Cree LED bulbs. Our customers are looking for a high quality LED lighting experience that combines the latest technology with the benefits of energy savings and durability LEDs are known for," said Joey Corona, merchant, The Home Depot.
Notable features in the new bulbs include superior lifetimes, with most projected to last over 22 years and some up to 32 years. Colour rendition is improved, with smoother, quieter dimming to levels as low as 1 percent. Cree's 'Candlelight Dimming' available in the new candelabra bulb, mimics a candle flame with a warmer 1800K colour when dimmed.
According to Cree, the new bulbs meet or surpass the requirements for ENERGY STAR product certification and are covered by a 10 year 100 percent satisfaction guarantee. The new bulb portfolio includes new A-lamps, BR lamps, PAR lamps and Candelabra lamps, as well as a new series of recessed downlight retrofit products.
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