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Soraa Ends the Reign of Halogen

Apr 18 2013, 1:45pm CDT | by , in News | Technology News

Soraa Ends the Reign of Halogen

As the world leading name, Soraa is one of the most distinguished halogen bulb manufacturer’s of U.S. In particular international lightfair 2013, they have produced their outstanding halogen lamps technology which earned them a respective place.

LIGHTFAIR International 2013

Removing obstacles towards the prevalent adoption of LED illumination, Soraa reported currently their fresh excellent spectrum SORAA VIVID 2 as well as PREMIUM 2 LED MR16 lamp series—the 1st ultra-efficient substitutes intended for 65-watt along with 75-watt halogen lamps, designed for both 12V along with regular voltages.

“The SORAA VIVID 2 and PREMIUM 2 lamp lines represent a tipping point in the widespread adoption of LED MR16 lamps—we now have 65-watt to 75-watt equivalent lamps that produce full visible spectrum light and consume 80% to 85% less energy” According to businesswire.com

“The SORAA VIVID 2 and PREMIUM 2 lamp lines represent a tipping point in the widespread adoption of LED MR16 lamps—we now have 65-watt to 75-watt equivalent lamps that produce full visible spectrum light and consume 80% to 85% less energy,” said Soraa CEO Eric Kim. “And what’s amazing is that we have just scratched the surface in terms of performance gains from our GaN on GaN LED technology. Look out halogens—your days are numbered.”

Almost all LED lamps currently available use LEDs produced by depositing GaN  on overseas substrates, In comparison, the SORAA VIVID 2 along with PREMIUM 2 lamps’ GaN on GaN LED engineering leverages the 1000x reduce crystal deficiency density benefit of the indigenous substrate.

“I believe the SORAA VIVID 2 and PREMIUM 2 lamp lines will have a profound effect on lighting design—smaller form factor, high output LED MR16 lamps will now replace larger lamp types like PARs,” added Kim.

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