TerraLUX Decorative LED MR16 Lamp Chosen for Acceptance into the Illuminating Engineering Society Progress Report 2013
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TerraLUX Inc., an industry leader that designs, patents, manufactures, and distributes LED-based lighting solutions for portable and general illumination applications, announced today that its Decorative LED MR16 Lamp has been accepted into the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) Progress Report 2013. As one of the chosen products in this year's report, the Decorative LED MR16 Lamp will be presented during the Progress Report at the Annual Conference and featured in an upcoming issue of LD+A magazine.
The Decorative LED MR16 Lamp is the one of the first LED lighting products that solves the problem of one-directional light. Uniquely designed with LEDs both in the front and the rear, the Decorative LED MR16 produces warm (3000k) extremely high quality light (96 CRI) that is ideal for use in high-end lighting fixtures that are commonly found in restaurants and bars such as specialty glass sconces and hanging pendants. A replacement technology for 20-watt halogen MR16 bulbs, the Decorative LED MR16 creates less shadow within the shade of a light fixture, revealing more colors in the glass shade, while enhancing the color and ambience of the surfaces below the light.
Industry leading lifetime at 35,000 hours means specification-grade commercial performance for ~ 8 years when used 12 hours / day, 365 days / year.
For more information visit http://www.terraluxillumination.com/deco.
About TerraLUX Inc.
TerraLUX Inc., headquartered in Longmont, CO, invents, designs, patents, manufactures, and distributes innovative high power LED solutions for general illumination, industrial, commercial, medical and portable applications. TerraLUX produces fully integrated LED Light Engines and Modules to replace incandescent bulbs in commercial lighting as well as many popular flashlights and lighting tools. LED lighting is energy efficient and mercury-free, and can provide significant relief from current energy consumption.
SOURCE: BUSINESS WIRE