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Cree Introduces A Better LED Bulb

New  bulb has an improved longer lifetime of over 27 year

Cree has introduced what it describes as a better LED bulb that it says delivers a better light with better performance, a longer life and more energy savings.

"As the LED leader, Cree is dedicated to designing the best LED lighting products that deliver better light experiences while exceeding customer expectations," said Betty Noonan, chief marketing officer, Cree. "We believe that better light changes everything, and the newest Cree LED Bulb reflects our commitment to never compromise on performance."

In keeping with Cree's belief that customers should not compromise, the new Cree LED bulb is built to deliver true LED performance in colour quality, light output and dimming. It has an improved longer lifetime of over 27 years (30,000 hours), lasting as much as six times longer than some LED bulbs.

Its 4Flow Filament Design ensures that it looks and lights like a traditional incandescent. The new bulb also provides consumers with a higher colour rendering index of 83 to better display colours, true Energy Star compliant omnidirectional distribution for all-around light, and is fully dimmable with most standard dimmers and suitable for enclosed fixtures.

The new Cree LED Bulb delivers 460 lumens for the 40W replacement and 815 lumens for the 60W replacement in soft white (2700K) and daylight (5000K) colour temperatures inside a durable, shatterproof housing and consumes up to 85 percent less energy during its lifetime. 

As a better LED bulb, the new Cree LED bulb has once again achieved the trusted Energy Star certification by meeting all the high performance requirements.



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