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27 March 2014

Soraa unveils LED AR111, PAR30 and PAR38 lamps

Soraa Inc of Fremont, CA, USA, which develops solid-state lighting technology built on ‘GaN on GaN’ (gallium nitride on gallium nitride) substrates, has launched a full range of LED AR111, PAR30 and PAR38 lamps that will be available to ship in late second-quarter 2014.

All Soraa lamps feature three-phosphor LEDs with a violet pump that enable benefits such as point-source optics for uniform beams of high-intensity Violet 3-Phosphor (VP3) Natural White and VP3 Full-spectrum Vivid Color. Now, Soraa’s LED lamps are available in a portfolio of larger form factors essential for retail, hospitality and residential applications.

Soraa’s large lamp portfolio of AR111, PAR30 Long Neck (LN), PAR30 Short Neck (SN) and PAR38 lamps achieve 1000 lumen output with VP3 Natural White and VP3 Vivid Color technology, defined by full-visible-spectrum, high-whiteness rendering, 95-CRI, and 95-R9. The family of large lamps will be available in 25°, 36° and 60° beam angles, and in a wide range of color temperatures.

The AR111 is an important lamp for object lighting, requiring narrow spots, crisp beam edges, and no glare. With a peak intensity of 27,500Cd, Soraa’s 8°95-CRI/95-R9 AR111 is claimed to be the only LED product that matches halogen levels (50% higher than the nearest 80-CRI competitor). The PAR30LN and PAR30SN lamps offer what is claimed to be the only 8° narrow-spot option on the market without active cooling, achieving a center-beam intensity of 28,250Cd (more than twice the level of the nearest 80-CRI competitor).

Soraa is exhibiting in Hall 4.1, Stand B55, at the Light + Building 2014 trade fair in Frankfurt, Germany (30 March – 4 April).

Tags: Soraa GaN-on-GaN

Visit: www.soraa.com

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