68 percent brighter LED array is ideal replacement for metal halide luminaires

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By eeNews Europe

The new CXA3590 LED Array delivers up to 16,225 lumens at 85°C, 68 percent more lumens compared to Cree’s previous brightest array. The CXA3590 LED Array is the ideal light source to replace 250-watt metal halide (MH) fixtures.  The device uses 40 percent less power and is designed to last twice as long.

Cree is also introducing the CXA3070 LED Array, which delivers more than 11,000 lumens at 85°C and shares the same footprint and package design as the existing CXA3050 LED. Both the CXA3590 and CXA3070 arrays are optimized to simplify design and enable low system cost. The new high light-output LED arrays deliver up to 134 lumens-per-watt at 85°C and 70-95 CRI options – expanding the industry’s broadest family of LED arrays that push the boundaries of lighting-class performance by combining high quality of light with high light output and efficacy.

Characterized and binned at 85°C, the new LEDs are available in ANSI White and EasyWhite color temperatures (2700K – 5000K), and are claimed to provide the industry’s best color consistency for designs that use only one LED.


Cree XLamp CXA3590 and CXA3070 LED samples are available now and production quantities are available with standard lead times.

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