Monday, May 7, 2012

World Debut of GE’s LED Bulb that Replaces 100W Incandescent

This week, GE Lighting will illuminate an LED replacement for the 100W incandescent light bulb. The bulb was developed in East Cleveland, Ohio,  LED lab. It packages 27W of input power in a standard  A19  bulb shape.GE’s 27-watt Energy Smart® LED bulb will have its debut on a global stage starting May 9 at LightFair International (the world’s largest lighting trade show)  in Las Vegas, but will be on store shelves in the U.S. and Canada on the first half of 2013 (MSRP is to be determined). In GE’s existing portfolio includes the ff.:

1. A 13W LED  -60w incandescent replacement
2. A 9W LED    - 40W incandescent replacement,
                          - the first incandescent-shaped (A19) LED in the world to earn ENERGY STAR®   qualification

Including the coming 100W replacement, every GE Energy Smart® LED incandescent replacement bulb offers smooth, incandescent-like dimming, minus the stepped dimming, flicker, shimmer, pop-on, drop-off or even inaction that plague other LED bulbs touting a dimming capability. All of the GE Energy Smart LED light bulbs have been rigorously tested to ensure that the bulbs would offer constant color, long life and verifiable lumen ratings.

We’re happy to be one of General Electric (GE) Lighting's resellers of GE Energy Smart® LED light bulbs. Kindly refer to this link for the GE LED bulbs that we offer:

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