MaxLite’s 10-watt LED GU24 Omnidirectional Lamps Receive ENERGY STAR Qualification for Certified Subcomponent Database
By Mel Fabrikant Friday, January 10, 2014, 11:48 AM EST
“In early 2013, MaxLite was the first company to achieve placement of a GU24 LED Omnidirectional A19 Lamp on the ENERGY STAR CSD with its 10-watt, 3000K CCT model,” said Vice President of OEM Sales Chris Primous. “Today, there are seven GU24 Omnidirectional A19 Lamp models on the list. By leading the industry in certifying that these GU24 LED lamps are among the first on the CSD, MaxLite is able to allow luminaire manufacturers to get to market very quickly with LED ENERGY STAR qualified luminaires using sources that have already been quality tested and meet ENERGY STAR performance requirements.”
Replicating A19 incandescent replacement lamps with a soft, warm 300-degree beam angle of uniform white light that produces even light from the socket base and above in all directions, the Omnidirectional LED A19 Lamp replaces a 13-watt compact fluorescent lamp (CFL) or a 60-watt incandescent bulb, resulting in nearly 85 percent savings in energy throughout the L70-rated 25,000 hour life. By replacing just one 60-watt incandescent lamp with a 10-watt omni lamp, consumers can save 1,250 kilowatt hours (kWh) of energy or $187.50 (based on an energy rate of $.15 kWh).
Using a multi-layered tapered heat sink that maximizes lumen maintenance, the Omnidirectional LED A19 Lamps are matched for color quality and consistency and designed with a proprietary housing for thermal heat protection that keeps the LED junction temperature well below specification. These energy-efficient lamps are also dimmable down to 10 percent on a wide variety of dimming control systems.
For more information on these products, contact Primous at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 862-485-9878.
See http://www.maxlite.com/PDFs/PR/PRkit/ML_LEDGU24OmniBulbs.jpg.zip for high-resolution images and http://www.maxlite.com/products/led-omnidirectional-a19-lamp for the product page.