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Bulbrite unveils two new lines

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The ChandelierLite and TurboLite are the company’s newest LEDs.

| March 17, 2011

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ChandelierLite LEDs are offered with either a candelabra (B10 shape) or a medium base (B13 shape). Both versions are available in clear and feature a 2800K warm white light and a potential life of 35,000 hours. Operating on a 120V system, the 2-watt LEDs are comparable to a 15-watt incandescent. They can be used with ceiling pendants, chandeliers, outdoor/security lights, wall mounts and sconces.  ChandelierLites have a CRI (color rendering index) of 70, and an output of 85 lumens for the candelabra version and 100 lumens for the medium base version.

TurboLite LEDs feature heat sink technology that eliminates the need for large, aluminum heat sinks and clunky housings. Highlighted with a revolutionary design for high performance, TurboLites are engineered with a low junction temperature of 65 degrees Celsius for optimal thermal conductivity to increase LED life to 20,000 hours. With an IP 65-rating, they are totally protected against dust and low-pressure water from all directions.  TurboLite LEDs are available in several lightweight, diminutive sizes and styles: MR16 12V; MR16 GU10 120V; PAR20; PAR30 and PAR38, which are all UL listed. TurboLite LEDs can be used for outdoor landscape and security lighting, track fixtures and in open recessed cans.

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