Posts Tagged ‘bridgelux’

L+B: Bridgelux makes sealed light engines for outdoor lighting

Bridgelux has developed a water-resistant light engine for luminaire makers that don’t want to have to think about weatherproofing.

Designed for LED luminaires that replace high-pressure sodium lamps, and called OLM (outdoor lighting module), they come in a whole range of colour temperatures, beam patterns, and CRIs…

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LED reddens as it dims for soft lighting

LED Engin is to reveal details of an LED that dims like a halogen bulb, reddening as its output drops, at Light+Building in Frankfurt (15 – 20 April), writes Steve Bush. Dubbed Luxitune, its dimming characteristic is intended to match established expectations in architectural lighting. “This is particularly useful in…

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50W LED offers near-perfect colour rendering

Bridgelux has released an LED family with a colour rendering index of 97, writes Steve Bush. Branded Decor, the multi-die devices deliver 1,200 to 2,500 lumens and “these arrays have been spectrally engineered to closely replicate the light quality of halogen and incandescent light sources”, said the…

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Helieon plug and play LED lighting on offer

Bridgelux and Molex have teamed up to make a LED lighting product, branding it Helieon. “The Helieon Sustainable Light Module combines solid state lighting technology from Bridgelux with interconnect technology from Molex, delivering to interior and exterior luminair manufacturers effortless installation, interchangeability and upgradeability,” claimed Molex. Aimed at luminair manufacturers…

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