Soraa Adds PAR20 LED Lamp
Full visible spectrum LED lamp delivers 85 percent efficiency over standard halogens
Soraa, the maker GaN on Gan LED technology, announced today that it has added to its full visible spectrum LED product portfolio a PAR20 lamp with high CBCP, flawless beam definition and edges, and very good colour and whiteness rendering.
Suitable for both commercial and residential applications, the PAR20 features the company's POINT SOURCE OPTICS and Violet-Emission 3-Phosphor (VP3) COLOR and VP3 WHITE technologies - providing a superior replacement for 75W to 90W legacy products.
"Neither too big nor small, the PAR20 is perfect in every way," explained George Stringer, Senior VP of America Sales and Marketing at Soraa. "Powered by the world's most efficient LED, the PAR20 provides unmatched colour quality with our VP3 technology and superior optics with our POINT SOURCE OPTICS technology, while still delivering 85 percent energy-efficiency over standard halogen lamps."
Soraa says its POINT SOURCE OPTICS technology enables the offering of the industry's only 10-degree narrow spot version of a PAR20 LED lamp while delivering a Centre Beam Candle Power (CBCP) almost double that of its nearest competitor. The optics seamlessly produce beautiful, high intensity and uniform beams and are available in four beam angles including 10, 25, 36 and 60 degrees. With a color-rendering index (CRI) of 95 and deep red (R9) rendering of 95, the 10.8W PAR20 not only crushes its halogen counterparts, but easily outperforms its LED competition as well.
Soraa's PAR20 LED lamps are offered in 75W (Soraa VIVID) and 90W (Soraa BRILLIANT) equivalents, and a 50W replacement option will also soon be available. The lamps are available in four colour temperatures ranging from very warm white to cool (2700K, 3000K, 4000K and 5000K).
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