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28 March 2013

Cree upgrades LEDway Series LED street light

LED chip, lamp and lighting fixture maker Cree Inc of Durham, NC, USA has announced a performance upgrade to its LEDway Series LED Street Light. These luminaires, provided in several versions, replace high-pressure sodium (HPS) and metal-halide (MH) fixtures, says the firm. Providing improvements over the prior LEDway Series, select versions of the new street lights provide up to 20% additional energy savings and increased lumen output, while other versions provide up to 15% higher lumen output and additional energy savings.

“Cree is committed to helping municipalities and facility owners lower their lighting energy costs and maintenance expenses,” says Greg Merritt, vice president, lighting at Cree. “The increased performance of the new LEDway Series can improve payback up to 25% compared to the previous generation and strengthens the argument to replace antiquated lighting technologies.”

With a ten-year warranty, Cree’s LEDway Street Lights offer more than 20 optical distribution patterns, flexible drive currents and multiple lumen packages.

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