Cree streetlights offer warmer color temps for highways

Cree streetlights offer warmer color temps for highways

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By Rich Pell

The streetlights complete the portfolio of Cree’s RSW Series, which is claimed to be the first generation of LED streetlights to deliver LED energy savings and reliability in preferred color temperatures.

The three new models join the initial launch of the small form factor and replace outdated high-intensity discharge fixtures of 70-100W HPS, 150W HPS, 250W HPS and 400W HPS.  The Cree RSW Series now offers a unified solution for towns, cities, states, and utilities that addresses street lighting needs from driveways to interstates.

Utilizing Cree’s revolutionary WaveMax technology to deliver market leading uniformity, color quality and efficacy, Cree’s RSW Series ushers in a new era of street lighting that will transform the way cities and municipalities light their residential streets, interchanges and expressways. The new RSW Series luminaires deliver superior efficacy of up to 115 LPW at color temperatures of 3000K or 4000K and a Color Rendering Index (CRI) of 80. The result is enhanced visual comfort, reduced glare and higher quality street lighting for roadways using less energy. The series is also smart-city ready, enabled by a standard NEMA 7-pin socket.

The Cree RSW Series features an innovative housing for easy installation and long-life durability that also mitigates light pollution and is designed to meet a majority of challenging roadway and street lighting applications that is the ideal platform solution for municipalities, cities and Departments of Transportation.

The 70-100w HPS replacement is shipping now, and the rest of the new RSW Series models will be available in late summer.

RSW LED Street Luminaires

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