Cree, LED lighting’s global leader has declared that the novel LMH2 LED module series, which is developed to improve the time-to-market for superior quality LED luminaries is commercially available.
Among many LED modules, the Cree’s barrier-breaking LMH2 is the one that delivers greater than 90 CRI with system efficiency of about 80 LPW. The Cree’s LED module is featured with the Cree TrueWhite Technology, which innovatively generates white light from LEDs. The LED modules are designed in such a way that it provides high efficiency with attractive light characteristics and consistent colors throughout the entire lifetime of the product.
The compact, two-piece module ensures increased design flexibility, which distinctly enables manufacturers to develop luminaire design incorporated with a primary thermal management system. The company provides LED luminaire manufacturers with a wide range of wiring, mounting and reflector options, by separating the power supply and light source. By optimizing the LMH2 module for more than spots and downlights, the module ensures that the Cree TrueWhite Technology can be easily employed in many lighting applications such as pendant lights, wall sconces, ceiling fans and other common fixtures in retail, residential, museums, restaurant and hospitality environments.
The Cree’s LMH2 offers color temperatures of 2700 K, 3000K, 3500 K and 4000K, and 850 and 1250 lumens with a CRI greater than 90. The novel module operates for about 50,000 h with 5% dim. The LMH2 meets multiple international safety standards and is UL-recognized. Fixture manufacturers with ENERGY STAR certification will have access to performance and specification data of the LMH2 module including LM-80 reports, which speed up the regulatory approvals.