The new module enables a natural dimming profile that was previously unachievable with any other energy-saving technology. Cree’s sunset dimming technology dims smoothly from 2700 K to 1800 K, delivering rich, warm light for applications requiring a traditional style of dimming, such as hospitality and residential settings, while still achieving over 80-percent energy reduction compared to energy-inefficient incandescents.
LMH2 LED Module with sunset dimmingThe robust LMH2 module family now lets lighting manufacturers address a wide range of lighting technologies with a one module form factor. The aesthetically pleasing module leverages one product platform to create an entire luminaire portfolio – delivering the investment protection necessary to quickly and cost effectively address most lighting applications.
Available in a range of lumens (850 to 3000) at 2700 K and multiple driver options, LMH2 modules with sunset-dimming technology can plug in seamlessly to existing LMH2 module drivers and reflectors, and are also compatible with TRIAC dimmers – meaning the high-performance module can be easily retrofitted in any room with traditional dimming technologies or used in new installations with 0–10 V or digital addressable lighting interface (DALI) dimming technologies.
Designed for 50,000 hours of operation and dimmable to five percent, the LMH2 module comes with Cree’s industry-leading, five-year warranty. Luminaire makers seeking ENERGY STAR qualification will have access to specification and performance data, including LM-80 reports, which can speed regulatory approvals.
Cree LMH2 LED Modules with sunset dimming samples are available now. Production quantities are available with standard lead times.
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