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Cree Reveals Industry's First 8000-lumen LED Module

The LMH2 LED GaN module family enables the complete replacement of 150-watt ceramic metal halide lamps
Cree is introducing the new 8000-lumen LMH2 LED module, an easy-to-use solution for high-ceiling applications.

The 8000-lumen LMH2 is designed to replace 150-watt ceramic-metal-halide (CMH) lamps while using only 63 percent of the power and lasting three times as long. With the addition of the 8000-lumen LMH2, the Cree LMH2 LED module family offers a broad range of lumen output from a single form factor, making it possible to obsolete CMH technology.



Cree LMH2 8000-lumen LED Modules

"The new Cree 8000-lumen LMH2 LED Module allows us to effectively address high-ceiling, high-lumen applications without having to sacrifice colour quality or reliability," says Wesley Johnson, product manager, Hi-Lite Mfg. "We can now easily offer our customers better lighting solutions to replace 150-watt ceramic-metal-halide lamps in spaces such as convention centres, airports, auditoriums and shopping malls."

Cree’s LMH2 LED module series provides an extensive range of light output (850 to 8000 lumens) from a single light source, enabling lighting manufacturers to quickly develop an entire product portfolio with just one set of tooling and optical design. Lighting designers can now utilise one light source and technology to illuminate an entire space and avoid problems such as colour inconsistency and re-lamping.

“Having an 8000-lumen option in the LMH2 LED module family gives us the flexibility to create an entire product family from a single form factor," says Chris Roemlein, president, Spectrum Lighting. “Cree’s ability to increase the performance of the LMH2 Module allows us to address a wide range of ceiling heights with minimal design investment."

Cree will be at Light+Building 2014 at Hall 5.0, Stand C34, and will showcase the entire LMH2 LED module family.

Samples and production quantities are available with standard lead times from Cree distributors. Cree also offers a complete ecosystem of LED accessories to help lighting manufacturers speed their time to market.


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