The advancement of LED lights reflects in a variety of residential, commercial, and industrial applications. LED lights play a vital role in directional lighting. LEDs generate focused light with high power efficiency and this technology has been integrated within down light fixtures and several flood and spot light bulbs.
LED recessed light fixtures
LED recessed lights have been designed with by integrating solid state technology with extended lifespan features. They can effectively replace down lights in ceilings. Since LED lights work in quarter of the wattage of conventional technologies, it is a cost-efficient solution to proprietors.
In response to the increasing demand for featured lighting products, LED Waves released its own line of LED recessed lights recently. Based in New York, LED Waves has designed these lights intending to meet and exceed industry standards such as ETL listed to UL certifications. They are Title 24 compliant and have been validated as LED Lighting Facts Products by the US Department of Energy.
LED Waves’ new LED recessed light has been safely accommodated within a low profile 87 mm package, popularly known as the Midtown. This new Midtown consists of CREE XP-G LED chips. These advanced chips are considered as the market’s most efficient technology. The heat sink has been reconfigured for superior heat dissipation, and this in turn extends the lifespan of the chips.
Besides providing high-efficiency components, LED Waves provides Midtown in-house featured with best quality control. The new Midtown is being offered in warm, neutral and cool white. It includes beam angles that range from 15 to 45 degrees. The housing is available in white, silver, or matte black choices.
Technical specifications are critical for customers while using LED lights.
Source: LED Waves