Ge lighting makes sense of leds with new catalogue

GE Lighting has launched a new comprehensive LED Solutions catalogue offering a detailed overview of the company's extensive LED product range for interior and exterior applications.  With an influx of information about LEDs on the market  - the catalogue has been specifically designed to provide practical guidance to aid the specification process.

The 64-page LED Solutions catalogue includes GE Lighting's complete range of LED retrofit lamps, LED professional lighting solutions as well as LEDs suitable for architectural, retail and exterior applications. Easy to use, the catalogue contains information about the benefits of each LED range, suitable applications and concludes with a section of detailed product data. It also highlights GE Lighting's commitment to quality in LED systems, including the company’s investment in the worlds leading testing and reliability facility, which has been recognised by the US Department of Energy’s Energy Star initiative.

The catalogue also includes the latest innovations in LED technology such as the GE Lighting Infusion module, which allows lighting designers and end-users to easily upgrade LED lighting as technology advances addressing the inflexibility of integrated LED luminaires used in commercial and consumer settings.

"LED solutions will play a pivotal role in the future of lighting. However making an informed specification now is unlike any other lighting purchase," explained Andrew Davies, Product General Manager, LED Solutions Europe & EMEA at GE Lighting. "GE Lighting LEDs come from a lighting heritage that is, quite simply, unsurpassed and for the first time we have a comprehensive overview of LED options in one simple brochure to help customers select an LED that is fit for purpose."

GE Lighting introduced LED technology to the world with the patent for the first practical, commercialised LED for indication applications in 1962. Since then, GE Lighting has pioneered the use of LED solutions and today is one of the largest LED companies in the world.

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