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9 November 2016

Plessey exhibiting standard LED lighting module based on Stellar beam-forming technology

On stand A4-128 at the electronica 2016 trade fair in Munich, Germany (8-11 November), UK-based lighting and sensing product and component maker Plessey is exhibiting the first standard LED lighting module based on its Stellar beam-forming technology.

The Orion PLWS3000 series module delivers over 3000 lumens from a unit just 5.6mm thick and 82mm in diameter.

"The Orion module based on Stellar beam-forming technology represents the next phase in LED lighting with low cost, high efficiency and greater control of light," says Paul Drosihn, Plessey's head of Modular Products. "The greatly reduced form factor eliminates design constraints, providing lighting designers with a new level of design freedom."

The Orion module uses Plessey's Stellar beam-forming technology to provide a slim-line module that can be used in a variety of directional lighting applications. It is available in three colour temperatures: warm white, neutral white and cool white, with a luminous efficiency of more than 100lm/W. Key features include improved light uniformity and thermal performance.

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Visit: www.plesseysemiconductors.com/led-plessey-semiconductors.php

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