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13 February 2014

Soraa unveils first full-visible-spectrum LED AR111 lamps

In booth #11 F63 at the EuroShop event in Dusseldorf, Germany (16-20 February), Soraa Inc of Fremont, CA, USA, which develops solid-state lighting technology built on ‘GaN on GaN’ (gallium nitride on gallium nitride) substrates, is displaying its new AR111 lamp.

The lamp is claimed to be the market’s first full-visible-spectrum LED AR111, and targets the large lamp arena (e.g. retail lighting) with Soraa’s uniform beams casting sharp single shadows.

“This year, we will expand our portfolio beyond our award-winning MR16 GU5.3 and GU10 lamps to create a full line of four-inch lamps powered by our GaN-on-GaN LED technology,” says Nick Farraway, senior VP – International at Soraa.

At EuroShop, Soraa is displaying a full-visible-spectrum 8 Degree AR111 LED lamp, with a color rendering index (CRI) of 95 and R9 of 95. Available in June, it will have a peak luminous intensity of 27,500Cd and light output of 980 lumens (claimed to be the best in the market). Soraa will also offer 80-CRI AR111 lamps with a peak luminous intensity of 34,000Cd (twice that of the nearest competitor, it is claimed).

The high lumen density of the GaN-on-GaN LED enables the single source, high luminous intensity, and beam control that characterize all of Soraa's lamps, the firm says. The violet light in its full-visible-spectrum LED excites the optical brightening agents present in many white products, so whites appear brilliant rather than yellow and dull.

The firm’s AR111 lamp is dimmable, will be available in a wide range of color temperatures and beam angles, works in fully enclosed fixtures, and conforms to the IEC/ANSI AR111 form factor, ensuring compatibility with a broad range of fixtures. The 8 Degree AR111 lamp works with Soraa’s SNAP system, a set of easy-to-use magnetic beam spreaders and color shifters that allows flexibility in design and display.

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