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Cree introduces LM16 LED replacement lamp
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Cree introduces LM16 LED replacement lamp

The new LM16 LED Lamp matches the performance, appearance and ANSI form factor of the traditional halogen lamp, and it also works with a broad range of transformers and dimmers to replace it in existing systems. Embedded protective dimming circuitry and intelligent thermal software in combination with Cree's fanless housing design, help deliver a long lifetime of quality and performance.

The Cree LM16 50-watt halogen equivalent delivers 620 lumens (consuming only 9W) and the 35-watt halogen equivalent delivers 425 lumens (consuming only 7W). The new lamps are designed to provide a minimum of 25,000 operating hours, reducing the need to replace lamps. The 50-watt equivalent is dimmable to five percent on a broad range of dimmers and transformers, the vendor said.

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