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Cree announces LED Canopy Luminaire

New 20,784 lumen product delivers 143 LPW 

Cree has announced the new 20,784 lumen CPY-20L LED canopy luminaire, which delivers 143 LPW at 5700K. The product is described as the perfect lighting solution for safer and more appealing petroleum stations. 

 "The Cree CPY-20L LED canopy and soffit luminaire leverages the power of Cree LED technology to deliver vastly better light experiences that pay off for our customers," said David Elien, Cree senior vice president, lighting. "The industry-leading CPY-20L LED canopy's breakthrough performance and efficiency allow store operators to lower operating costs while providing safe and visually appealing lighting that helps attract more business."

The luminaire's low-profile design can mount in virtually any canopy or soffit and is designed to work as a one-to-one replacement of existing fixtures. It is also an option for reducing the number of luminaires needed, says Cree. The additional benefit is reduced energy and maintenance costs for a lower total cost of ownership.

The entire CPY Series is also available at 4000K, and comes with Cree's 10-year limited warranty. There are two optics choices, a flat or prismatic drop lens to meet the visual, as well as the vertical and horizontal illumination performance needs of a typical canopy application. The integrated driver within the canopy housing is said to further simplify installation, reducing installation time and cost.

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