LED Optical Platform Offers Energy Saving Potential - Cree Inc. - Facility Management Product Release
WaveMax™ Technology is an LED optical breakthrough that enables next generation light experiences. The waveguide platform features a revolutionary combination of control, uniformity and efficiency to deliver a superior visual experience in new form factors that are intelligent in both design and function.
“Cree is surpassing assumed boundaries of LED technology, driving breakthroughs that fundamentally transform the way light is experienced,” says Norbert Hiller, Cree executive vice president, lighting. “With WaveMax™ Technology, we are delivering our most intelligent light yet, enabling the future of highly-efficient, modern building designs to become today’s reality, while accelerating adoption of better LED lighting at greater value.”
Featuring Cree DiamondFacet™ optical elements to achieve up to 90 percent optical efficiency and precise optical control, Cree WaveMax Technology can deliver unmatched visual comfort, uniform illumination and improved color quality while enabling unprecedented design capabilities and energy-saving potential for modern LED luminaires. As a result, high CRI (Color Rendering Index) lighting and warmer color temperatures can be achieved without sacrificing efficacy and enhancing the ability to achieve USGBC LEED® certification.
The first interior LED luminaire to feature WaveMax Technology, the LN Series suspended ambient luminaire combines precise indirect/direct optical control and exceptional efficacy in a sleek, architectural suspended luminaire for both new and existing commercial building spaces. Featuring a modular design to simplify installation and improve design freedom with increased spacing between luminaires, the highly efficient LN Series luminaire enables quiet ceilings for vibrant spaces, at a price aimed to drive adoption. When paired with SmartCast® Technology wireless controls, occupants experience intelligent light at an affordable price, creating a customizable lighting environment that can save more than 70 percent in energy costs over outdated linear fluorescent lighting.
Cree also unveils the IG Series LED parking garage luminaire, bringing technology-driven design aesthetics to obsolete the more than four million parking garage luminaires installed in the U.S. Featuring WaveMax Technology for streamlined design and efficacy, the IG Series transforms the look of parking garages with superior low-glare illumination. The highly efficient luminaires can deliver more than 80 percent energy savings and quick payback of less than two years with 24 hour-a-day usage compared to outdated metal halide lighting. Programmable motion controls further increase these savings and enable a simple way to customize settings for high or low occupancy applications.
“Cree continues to prove that long-lasting LED technology can do infinitely more than save energy and maintenance costs — it’s the smarter choice for our bottom line, tenants and buyers experience," said Steve Maranos, vice president of technology, CMC Group, Inc. “With Cree’s IG Series luminaire, we’re rethinking what lighting can do. It is unlike any solution on the market — delivering the modern design, controllability and low-glare illumination with performance that exceeds our expectations for any parking application, all while delivering significant ongoing savings at an affordable price.”
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