Posted in materials on November 17, 2014 4:45 pm EST

LED Fix for the Decorative Lighting Market

MaxLite offers five-watt LED G9 lamp as 40W halogen replacement.


 

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By Church Designer Staff

MaxLite of West Caldwell, N.J., introduces a higher-lumen solution for the decorative lighting market with a new five-watt LED G9 lamp.

Designed as an energy-efficient replacement for 40-watt halogen T4 G9-based lamps, the five-watt LED reportedly retrofits easily into existing G9 sockets in decorative glass pendants and chandeliers. Available in dimmable and non-dimmable versions, the lamp delivers up to 450 lumens with a 300-degree beam angle for uniform light distribution. With a 2.4-inch maximum overall length and 1.6-inch heat sink diameter, MaxLite reports that the five-watt lamp is possibly the industry’s most compact high lumen LED G9. The five-watt LED G9 is TUV safety listed and may be used in non-enclosed luminaries in dry locations.

Available in dimmable and non-dimmable versions, the lamp delivers up to 450 lumens with a 300-degree beam angle for uniform light distribution.

“The compact design and high lumen output of the five-watt G9 LED greatly expands the design possibilities available to lighting fixture manufacturers,” notes Product Manager Alex Truong.

The five-watt adds greater versatility to MaxLite’s line of G9 LED lamps, which also includes a two- and three-watt model. Offered in a warm white color temperature of 2,700K, MaxLite’s G9 LED lamps are designed to produce halogen-like light, without sacrificing quality, for more than 12 times the life of a typical halogen. Unlike their halogen equivalents, the LED lamps do not require handling with gloves or a soft cloth to avoid premature risk of rupture.

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