Mouser Stocking Lamina’s Plug-In Replacement Lamps

31st March 2008
Posted By : ES Admin
Mouser  Stocking Lamina’s Plug-In Replacement Lamps

Mouser Electronics has announced it is now stocking the SōL MR16 LED replacement lamp from Lamina, a leading supplier of LED lighting solutions. The lamp integrates a high-power LED light source, optical lens, and thermal heat sink shell in a traditional MR-16 halogen form-factor.

The LED-based replacement lamp is designed as a direct, ready-to-plug-in retrofit for 20-watt MR-16 halogen and comparable compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs). The innovative design fits most existing fixtures and produces as much light as the 20-watt halogen bulb it replaces, while consuming less than 8 watts of electricity.

The SōL MR16 LED features warm color temperatures of 3050ºK, color rendition index (CRI) values greater than 80, and long-life greater than 50,000 hours. The LED lamp provides the quantity and quality of light produced by traditional incandescent and halogen lamps. The device is ideal for a variety of applications including track lighting, general architectural and landscape lighting, display case fixtures and cabinet lighting, as well as industrial OEM equipment lighting.

“Designs that are environmentally friendly are key in today’s markets where power consumption is on the minds of consumers as well as government agencies,” Mike Scott, Mouser’s Vice President of Active Products. “The SōL™ MR16 LED replacement lamp from Lamina offers both designers and consumers a viable and cost-effective solution in the continued conversion from incandescent and halogen light sources to lower power and longer lasting LED-based solutions.”

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