World's Highest Efficiency LEDs for Fluorescent and Indescent Replacements

LEDnovation, Inc. introduces world’s highest efficiency state-of-the-art LED bulb for the North American Market. “This is a continuing milestone in our energy efficiency brought to life solutions,” stated Israel J. Morejon, CEO of LEDnovation.

This 5000K LED lamp delivers 350 Lumens, with a typical 100 Lumen/Watt efficacy. The bulb offers significant power reduction compared to incandescent and CFL bulbs. This Design White bulb consumes 91% less electricity than a standard 40W incandescent bulb and 65% less than a standard CFL bulb which has been considered the standard for greener lighting. The Lamps feature Recycle Reflectance™ optics technology, which reduces overall glare and delivers an extremely uniform and smooth light output.

Lighting will play an integral role in energy conservation worldwide. Energy usage in buildings is the cause of approximately 40% of U.S. carbon dioxide emissions. LEDnovation’s LED lamps can play a key role in reducing emissions and helping “net-zero” building technology get on the fast track. LEDnovation can now replace inefficient lighting found in a great majority of legacy buildings in the US. “We are very excited about this product, it offers so much potential to conserve precious electricity,” added Mr. Morejon.

“Our proprietary and patent pending technology delivers the highest performing Design White in the market today. This adds to our continuing portfolio of solutions for the Solid State Lighting market. We will continue to deliver products for the North American market and eventually roll out our solutions world-wide,” commented Mr. Morejon.

The product is targeted at downlights and other indoor general lighting applications in the commercial and industrial markets. This next generation bulb is part of the EnhanceLite™ series of LED bulbs. LEDnovation’s 40W equivalent LED A19-40-1D-I product is scheduled to be commercially available in December 2009 for the North American market.

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