My shortlist (0 item)

    Lighting Science release 60 Watt equivalent LED bulb

    Lighting Science

    Lighting Science  is continuing its campaign to bring affordable LED lighting to the consumer market with their first high-output 60 Watt equivalent LED bulb, which is ultra-efficient and supplied at half of their competitions price.

    Lighting Science unveiled its DEFINITY line 9 watt LED A19 bulb at LightFair 2010. This LED bulb is a direct replacement for the commonly used 60 watt incandescent bulb.

    This breakthrough 770 lumen DEFINITY LED bulb surpasses the U.S. Department of Energy's benchmark testing of a 60 watt equivalency (739 lumens), is 80% more efficient than a 60 watt incandescent bulb, and will last close to 23 years.

    "One might ask how can we continue to produce such innovative technology breakthroughs like the 9 watt DEFINITY LED bulb at such a low price? By revolutionising the science of light, we are able to get more lumens out of our LED chips," said Zach Gibler, Chief Executive Officer of Lighting Science Group.

    Please correct the errors and try again.

    Related News

    View All
    Back to Top