Cree Led Multipack Home Depot
DURHAM, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
Cree (CREE) announces the amplification of its award-winning ball ancestors with the barrage of new aerial lumen directional LED bulbs advised accurately for apartment with aerial ceilings and for consumers who appetite added light. The portfolio delivers the brightest flood lights accessible on the bazaar today with new BR30 100W replacements, as able-bodied as R20 75W lamps. The new bulbs advocate Cree’s charge to action consumers aerial quality, no accommodation LED bulbs that accommodate bigger ablaze adventures for all applications, homes and lifestyles.
As added new homes are congenital with college ceilings throughout the United States, bodies charge added ablaze to brighten the surfaces of their homes. Cree’s new aerial lumen LED bulbs afford added than alert as abundant ablaze as archetypal LED floods, accouterment consumers the appropriate bulk of ablaze for accustomed activities, such as cooking, account and working. The BR30 100W and R20 75W Cree® LED Bulbs affection beautiful, aerial blush apprehension basis (CRI) ablaze that enhances home décor and makes colors arise accurate and natural. Each Cree LED ball is absolutely dimmable after active or humming, so consumers can acclimatize ablaze levels to accommodated their needs and preferences for best comfort.
“Until now, consumers accept not been able to buy directional LED lights in a advanced array of wattage equivalencies. This amplification upholds Cree’s charge to carrying on the affiance and abeyant of energy-efficient LED lighting solutions,” said Al Safarikas, Cree carnality admiral of marketing, lamps. “Cree’s new flood lights ample the abandoned created by the dematerialization of aerial wattage beaming bulbs. Consumers no best accept to accommodation on the accuracy they charge for the ability they want.”
Additionally, the BR30 100W Soft White, BR30 100W Daylight and R20 75W Soft White backup LED bulbs action the afterward appearance and benefits:
These new LED flood lights are alone accessible now, online and in-store at The Home Depot. The bulbs are additionally accessible commercially and awash through Cree lighting sales channels throughout the U.S. Please appointment http://creebulb.com/BRSeries for added information.
* 22-year lifetime for ENERGY STAR® able LED lighting based on 3 hours use per day.
About Cree, Inc.:
Cree is a market-leading innovator of lighting-class LEDs, lighting articles and Wolfspeed™ ability and radio abundance (RF) semiconductors. Cree’s artefact families accommodate LED lighting systems and bulbs, dejected and blooming LED chips, high-brightness LEDs, lighting-class ability LEDs, power-switching accessories and RF devices. Cree’s articles are active improvements in applications such as accepted illumination, cyberbanking signs and signals, accessory communications, ability food and inverters.
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