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Soraa announces VIVID Warm Dim Lamps


LED lamps mimic warmer hues found in natural light, while preserving optical and colour rendering performance

LED firm Soraa has announced its much anticipated Vivid-Warm Dim lamps, designed to equip lighting professionals with a specification-grade dimmable lamp that integrates Soraa Point Source Optics and industry-leading colour rendering capabilities.

Shifting to pleasing, warmer hues as light intensity decreases, Soraa Vivid-Warm Dim maintains the high colour quality that Soraa is known for. The company says it is ideal for environments that require warm dimming capability and suitable both for new construction and relighting existing installations.

“Adding warm dimming capabilities to our Vivid lamp portfolio showcases the power and versatility of Soraa’s signature lighting technology in an elegant form factor suited for every lighting designer’s repertoire,” said Kieran Drain, president and COO of Soraa. “These lamps were designed for projects that require beautiful light quality in warmer hues, which is why we made no compromise in the design of these products.”

Soraa Vivid-Warm Dim lamps feature new market innovations with three different types of LEDs in a 24-array configuration we call Mosaic technology to achieve smooth beam edges with the industry’s only 24 package design. The result, says Soraa, is a consistent light distribution, beautiful beam spread, and high-definition colour and white rendering capabilities.

“The design of our warm dim LED package leverages the smallest die available today, allowing us to achieve the unique configuration that Soraa Mosaic technology brings to our Vivid product portfolio,” said Aurelien David, chief scientist of Soraa. “Thanks to this, whether the light intensity increases or decreases, Soraa Vivid-Warm Dim lamps’ CCT matches the halogen dimming curve from 3000K to 1800K, maintaining perfect colour and beam quality throughout the entire dimming range.”

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