“Improved quality and light output drove the development ofour second generation LED lamps. Our professional grade LEDline delivers the light output and beam control of halogensand offers a form factor that maximizes performance in manyapplications,” said Dave Gatto, Sr. Product Marketing Manager -Lamps, Westinghouse Lighting.With a fast payback timeline of less than 20 months on average,the new A19 and MR16 lamps provide efficient solutions forboth residential and commercial applications where only CFLshave been viable, energy-saving options until now.
Designed tomaximize efficiency, these LEDs reduce energy and operatingcosts by up to 75% compared to similar lumen outputincandescent and halogen lamps.Westinghouse’s state of the art LED technology featuresanodized silver housings for cooler operation which extendslamp life. Rated up to 50,000 hours, the A19 LEDs last up to50 times longer than their incandescent counterparts; the PARLEDs last up to 25 times longer and the MR16s up to five timeslonger than comparable halogen lamps.
Westinghouse’s state of the art LED technology features anodized silver housings for cooler operation which extends lamp life. Rated up to 50,000 hours, the A19 LEDs last up to 50 times longer than their incandescent counterparts; the PAR LEDs last up to 25 times longer and the MR16s up to five times longer than comparable halogen lamps.
Fully recyclable and RoHS compliant, Westinghouse LED lamps are mercury free. The PAR20, PAR30 and PAR38 lamps are also suitable for indoor/outdoor use and acceptable for damp locations. The new Westinghouse LED lamps are currently available in soft white (3000 Kelvin) and cool white (5000 Kelvin) color temperatures.
Source: Westinghouse Lightin