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5 June 2014

Cree introduces three-way LED bulb

LED chip, lamp and lighting maker Cree Inc of Durham, NC, USA has expanded what it claims is America’s best-selling LED bulb portfolio with the 3-Way Cree LED Bulb.

Unlike incandescent and prior LED alternatives with light levels that were only useful as two-way bulbs, the 3-Way Cree LED Bulb provides three light levels distinctly visible to the naked eye, delivering illumination for any application — from task lighting to ambient lighting, says the firm. The three-way bulb emits warm, incandescent-like light while consuming up to 90% less energy, it is reckoned. Available at The Home Depot for $24.97, it is about half the cost of comparable LED bulbs.

“The 3-Way Cree LED Bulb is another example of Cree’s commitment to providing consumers with choice and flexibility to encourage more rapid LED adoption,” says Norbert Hiller, Cree’s executive VP, lighting.
The 3-Way Cree LED Bulb is “an affordable LED alternative that delivers on the promise of a real three-way bulb with three distinct and visible levels of light,” comments Mark Voykovic, light bulb merchant, The Home Depot.

Giving consumers complete control over their lighting with a simple flip of a switch, the 3-Way Cree LED Bulb provides 320, 820 or 1620 lumens (equivalent to 30-, 60- and 100-watt incandescents) in one bulb in a soft-white (2700K) color temperature while consuming as little as 3 watts. The bulb also lasts 25,000 hours, works in any orientation, and is backed by Cree’s 10-year consumer warranty.

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