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    Brightgreen - TR700 LED Tracklight

    Geraldine Chua

    Brightgreen’s latest LED tracklight, the TR700, is less than three months old, but its tender age is not an indicator of its energy efficient initiatives.

    The low energy, long-life tracklight is 98 per cent recyclable, and allows building owners to replace inefficient halogen tracklights with a more efficient alternative, without compromising on brightness or light quality.

    Featuring a lumen output of 720ml, and an operating power of 10.5W, the TR700 matches the high quality light output of a 50W halogen bulb using only 20 per cent of the energy required to do so. A universal track base ensures compatibility with existing tracklight systems, making retrofitting an effortless process.

    At the same time, the LED tracklight incorporates a unique thermal throttling system which prevents overheating or energy wastage through heat emissions that contribute to rising room temperatures in the warm Australian climate.

    This product, which has a lifetime of 70,000 hours – the equivalent of 32 years on 6 hours of use a day – defies business models that rely on planned obsolescence by having as long a lifespan as possible, while discouraging unnecessary wastage.


    • Its 98% recyclable components and ability to reduce the amount of electricity needed to light spaces prevent the wastage of non-sustainable resources such as metals and fossil fuels
    • The product is supported by a take-back scheme, whereby Brightgreen will buy back products at the end of their life for recycling
    • The TR700 LED tracklight has a market-leading efficacy value of 69 lumens per Watt
    • Free from toxic materials and heavy metals, the product also emits light that is free from UV
    • Beam angle of either 40° or 60° and colour temperature of either 3000K or 4000K to suit all lighting needs
    • Low energy usage, low heat emissions, and designed for simple dismantling
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