Cree Delivers 58 Percent Efficacy Increase
New higher output flood luminaires deliver up to 136 lumens-per-watt (LPW) for increased energy savings
Cree has extended the performance of its OSQ Series Area and Flood LED luminaires, delivering up to 58 percent more efficacy on existing lumen packages at up to 136 lumens-per-watt (LPW) for increased energy savings.
The series also now offers a new OSQ 28L Outdoor Area and Flood LED luminaire option, delivering up to 28,285 lumens and enabling the replacement of HID fixtures up to 1000W.
The result is reportedly better light for more applications, including open parking, walkway and common area within commercial, residential, healthcare, campus and municipal environments.
"The unmatched performance of the OSQ Series is another example of Cree's commitment to providing better light that goes beyond the industry standard for our customers," said David Elien, Cree senior vice president, lighting.
"The new OSQ 28L Outdoor Area and Flood LED luminaire helps customers reduce energy usage by up to 80 percent when replacing outdated HID fixtures up to 1000W to deliver vastly improved light experiences."
The OSQ Series blends optical control, advanced thermal management and modern clean aesthetics to reduce maintenance and energy costs for a rapid return on investment. Built to last, the housing is rugged cast aluminum with an integral weather-tight LED driver compartment. Versatile mounting configurations offer simple installation, and its slim low-profile design minimizes wind load requirements and blends seamlessly into the site, providing even quality illumination.
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