Cree Delivers New PAR30 LED Bulb
Latest bulb is designed for accent lighting in track and recessed fixtures
Cree, has introduced the TW Series PAR30 Cree LED Bulb, designed to deliver bright, high-quality and focused light, making it suitable in areas where directed or dramatic pools of light are desired.
The TW Series PAR30 Cree LED Bulb is engineered to deliver better lit spaces for homeowners, retailers and hospitality managers alike. ENERGY STAR certified and available in 25Â° spot or 40Â° flood beam angles, the TW Series PAR30 Cree LED Bulb is ideal for accent lighting in track and recessed fixtures.
In track lighting fixtures, the TW Series PAR30 Cree LED Bulb is an a good choice for a focused light to feature artwork, according to the company. In recessed fixtures, the TW Series PAR30 Cree LED Bulb creates pools of light beneath the fixture, making it suitable for use over a kitchen prep area or to highlight a space.
The TW Series PAR30 Cree LED Bulb uses Cree TrueWhite Technology to deliver a warm-white (3000K) light with a colour rendering index of 90 that makes colours of objects look the way they were intended.
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