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30 May 2014

Soraa’s SNAP accessory now available on PAR30, PAR38 and AR111 LED lamps

In booth #7718 at the LightFair International 2014 event in Las Vegas (3-5 June), Soraa Inc of Fremont, CA, USA, which develops solid-state lighting technology built on ‘GaN on GaN’ (gallium nitride on gallium nitride) substrates, is launching large-lamp versions of its SNAP System, along with new accessories.

Launched in April last year, Soraa’s MR16 SNAP System allows users to customize light directly on the lamp rather than on the fixture. With the addition of PAR30, PAR38 and AR111 LED lamps to the SNAP System line, users now have a choice of lamps as well as accessories to tailor light in restaurant, retail, hospitality, museum, and residential applications.

Soraa says that, due to its bright point-source GaN-on-GaN LED and prismatic optic, its LED lamps can accept a magnet in the center of the lens, enabling a simple accessory attachment mechanism without a major impact on light output or efficiency. The easy-to-use magnetic accessories allow users to adjust the color, shape and soon the direction of the light beam, adds the firm.

“The SNAP System provides endless possibilities for beam shaping and color tuning,” says George Stringer, senior VP of North American sales.

All SNAP System LED lamps have Soraa’s signature elements of full-visible-spectrum light; point-source optics for uniform beams of high intensity; and Violet-emission 3-Phosphor (VP3) Vivid Color and VP3 Natural White (revealing whiteness and colors in every environment).

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