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Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Samsung Introduces Mid-Power LED Package with 160 Lumens-per-watt Efficacy


Samsung has begun producing a new lineup of middle power LED packages with the industry's highest efficacy level, making it ideal for use in a wide variety of LED lighting applications including LED tubes, LED ambient lighting, downlighting and retrofit lamps.

The new LM561B features 160lm/W light efficacy, which is the highest available among mid-power LED packages worldwide, with electric current rated at 65mA, 5000K CCT (Correlated Color Temperature), and a rating of over 80 CRI (Color Rendering Index).



The new LM561B achieves a 30 percent increase in efficiency compared to Samsung's previous mid-power LED (LM561A) package. This results in reduced energy consumption and improved heat management.

The Samsung LM561B product lineup offers a wide range of color temperatures and also comes in three brightness levels.

Samsung will officially introduce its LM561B family at LIGHTFAIR International 2013, along with other LED packages, as well as new LED engines, lamps and L-Tubes. LIGHTFAIR International will be held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia and runs April 23rd-25th.


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