Cree makes an another breakthrough in lighting with the addition of 80, 85 and 90 color rendering index options to its XLamp® XP-G and XP-E warm-white LEDs. And what is more important, new technologies developed by Cree enable us to get more color rendering options without decrease in the efficiency of the LEDs. New LEDs are supposed to cover the spheres of applications where specific performance characteristics are required, such as retail, medical and architectural applications.
The new high-CRI XP-G LED produces up to 107 lumens at 350 mA in warm white (3000 K) and provides the efficiency of 102 lumens per watt. High-CRI XLamp XP-G and XP-E LEDs are similar to already existing XP-G and XP-E LEDs, so they can easily replace them in existing systems.
With this new achievement in high color rendering Cree has proved its leading positions at the lighting market and has given the producers new opportunities to improve their products and make them more corresponding the customers' requirements.
Read more about the LEDs at http://www.cree.com/news-and-events/cree-news/press-releases/2010/november/101101-xpg-xpe-high-cri.