Ballast-driven LED lamp

The CFL LED G24q is Lunera Lighting's latest ballast-driven LED lamp for plug-and-play CFL replacement in commercial and industrial markets.

02/13/2017


The CFL LED G24q is Lunera Lighting's latest ballast-driven LED lamp for plug-and-play CFL replacement in commercial and industrial markets. Courtesy: Lunera LightingThe Lunera CFL LED G24q is the company's latest ballast-driven LED lamp. It is the fourth generation in a family of lamps for plug-and-play CFL replacement in commercial and industrial markets. The design updates for the 4-pin 26 W compact fluorescent replacement lamps improve efficacy. Lumen output is nearly 50% greater than the previous generation while power consumption has dropped over 20%. The lamp delivers near-daylight illumination in 2700, 3000, 3500, or 4000 K color temperatures and has a color rendering index (CRI) of over 80 to suit any interior environment. Proprietary Thermal IQ technology optimizes lamp operation in fully enclosed luminaires and maintains lamp integrity to 150°F ambient temperatures. The LED lamps are available in horizontal or vertical configurations to accommodate the wide variety of recessed downlight and pendant applications. The lamp also has a 50,000-hour life (L70) and contains no hazardous materials.

Lunera Lighting Inc.

www.lunera.com



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