Cree Redefines LED Module Performance

Cree (Nasdaq: CREE) introduces the new 4000 lumen LMH2 that delivers the industry’s highest-performance LED module. The barrier-breaking module produces the same or better quality light as 70-watt Ceramic Metal Halide (CMH) lamps while consuming half the power and lasting three times longer – a first in the LED industry.

“The new 4000 lumen LMH2 LED Module is an ideal LED light source to replace 70W ceramic metal halide in many lighting applications,” said Quinten van de Vrie, director, LEDs Progress. “We can provide our customers the same light quality and brightness required for their spaces using just half the power of our competitors still using CMH. Working with Cree gives us a significant performance advantage over our competitors.”

The aesthetically pleasing LMH2 LED module lets lighting manufacturers quickly and easily add LED options to their existing lighting portfolio – addressing different applications with lumen levels ranging from 650 to 4000 lumens with just one set of tooling and one optical design.

“The new LMH2 LED module allows us to quickly expand our line of LED lighting without making any changes to the beautiful vintage housing that we’re known for,” said Bryan Scott, owner, Barn Light Electric. “Cree’s 4000 lumens LMH2 LED module will allow us to replace ceramic metal halide and CFL, which our commercial customers are requesting. Now customers that want to light big spaces with high ceilings have brighter options of the same beautiful, energy-efficient light in the style and charm of vintage-style barn light fixtures.”

The new module family delivers up to 108 lumens-per-watt system efficacy with a CRI greater than 90 in all available color temperatures. The high-performance LMH2 module family enables manufacturers to leverage one product platform to create an entire product portfolio – delivering the investment protection necessary to quickly and cost effectively address more lighting applications.

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