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Soraa launches New GaN-on-GaN LED Light Engines

Small form factor engines deliver full visible spectrum light

Soraa, a maker of GaN-on-GaN LED technology, today launched a small, low profile series of light engines that provide fixture manufacturers access to the company's full visible spectrum GaN-on-GaN LED technology.

From narrow spot to flood, Soraa's Optical Light Engines are said to produce very high Centre Beam Candle Power (CBCP); and the engine's optical design provides flawless beam definition, smooth beam edges and is customisable with the company's SNAP System. The Optical Light Engines are compatible with a wide variety of industry-standard LED drivers and perfect for use in enclosed, non-ventilated indoor and outdoor fixtures.

"Fixture manufacturers have been asking for a compact, powerful, high-quality light engine and our full visible spectrum GaN-on-GaN LED technology has delivered. With Soraa's signature Point Source Optics, VP3 Vivid Color and VP3 Natural White technology imbedded in the engine, we have brought brilliance to light," said Susan Larson, VP of OEM Sales at Soraa. "Fixture manufacturers everywhere now have a true source of design inspiration."

Soraa's Point Source Optics technology produces high-intensity and uniform beams within a slim form factor. Narrow spot options at 10 degree or narrower are offered with a low profile of 16mm for 500 lumens, and 28mm for 1,000 lumens. The optics technology also enables the offering of a 4 degree ultra-narrow spot version with a 28mm profile.

Soraa's Violet-Emission 3-Phosphor (VP) LED technology is designed to achieve perfect rendering of colours and whiteness. Soraa's VP Vivid Color is designed to render warm tones accurately, and achieves a colour-rendering index (CRI) of 95 and deep red (R9) rendering of 95. VP Natural White  is achieved by engineering the violet emission to properly excite fluorescing brightening agents including natural objects like human eyes and teeth; as well as manufactured white materials such as clothing, paper and cosmetics.


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