Lamps and Ballasts

June 2013
EYE Lighting International’s 750-watt universal pulse-start lamp replaces 1,000-watt HID lamps and can be mounted up, down or sideways.
June 2013
RAB Lighting’s LCFL26 compact fluorescent lamp is a 26W triple with a GX24q-3 base. It has 1,800 lumens and is designed and assembled in the United States.

June 2013
Rambus’ A19 LED lamp is a replacement for a 60W incandescent lamp. It has 850 lumens, a color temperature of 3,000K and a CRI of 83 with an omnidirectional light output. 

June 2013
Brightgreen’s D700 Curve LED downlight has 720 lumens of brightness (equal to a 50W halogen) and fits into existing standard-size halogen cutouts.
June 2013
Shat-R-Shield’s UV-blocking compact fluorescent lamps are available in 2,700K 4-, 14-, 19- and 23W minitwist varieties.
June 2013
USAI Lighting’s BeveLED 3.0 generates 67 LPW, producing more than 3,300 delivered lumens from 55W; BeveLED 5.0 achieves 64 LPW, producing more than 4,200 delivered lumens from 80W.
January 2013
Solais Lighting Inc.’s LRP and LBR passively cooled LED lamps are available in 2,700K and 3,000K color temperatures and match both the aesthetics and performance of PAR and BR incandescent sources.
January 2013
CAO Group’s Dynasty BA10 LED candelabra lamp operates on a 120V system and can be used in any E12 candelabra base. It can be used in chandeliers, wall sconces, carriage and vanity luminaires.

January 2013
LaMar Lighting’s Versa-Sconce uses GU24 CFL/LED lamp technology and features multiple choices of lens and trim options, allowing for custom configurations.
January 2013
Halco Lighting Technologies’ 15W ProLED BR30 dimmable lamp features a high-powered LED in 3,000K color temperature with a flood beam spread and produces 750 lumens with 82 CRI.

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