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Cree Announces Availability of LBR-30 LED Lamp with High Color Accuracy

Cree, Inc. (Nasdaq: CREE), a market leader in LED lighting, announces commercial availability of the LBR-30™ LED lamp, aimed at replacing energy-wasting incandescent lamps commonly used in tracks, commercial and residential recessed downlights.

Powered by Cree TrueWhite® Technology, the lamp delivers beautiful, warm-white light with unrivaled color accuracy and efficiency.

“We were highly impressed with the installation of LBR-30 lamps in our Pittsburgh, Pa. LEED Gold designed location,” said Andrew Dunmire, AIA, LEED AP, vice president of design and construction at Eat’n Park Restaurants, a restaurant chain with 75 locations throughout Pennsylvania, Eastern Ohio, and Northern West Virginia. “The lamps truly brought our space to life by highlighting the vibrant walls and furnishings, while the reduced energy use, compared to the incandescents, saves us every month on ongoing operating expenses – enabling us to achieve our sustainable design objectives.”

Thanks to its high color rendering index (CRI) of 94, the LBR-30 lamp is optimized for applications where high color accuracy is essential, including restaurants, retail stores, groceries and museums. It delivers 600 lumens, equivalent to a 60 watt incandescent BR30, while using only 12 watts of input power. The lamp is designed to last 50,000 hours in open fixtures, which can provide merchants like Eat’n Park additional savings from reduced relamping and maintenance costs.

“The LBR-30 lamp’s superior blend of incandescent-like color and efficacy delivers a true no-compromise solution for both general and accent lighting,” said David Turner, Cree director of marketing, LED Lighting. “This high-performance, retrofit lamp quickly installs into track or recessed fixtures and is available in flood or wide flood distributions, giving customers the flexibility to choose the most appropriate solution for their lighting needs.”


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