The Tru-Colour technology in Brightgreen’s new LED fitting delivers brilliance in every sense of the word.
June 4th, 2013
Bring everything to life with Brightgreen’s ‘D900 Curve’ LED down light. With the highest Colour Rendering Index (CRI) score of any LED on the market, D900 Curve is ahead of its class.
Where standard LEDs have an average CRI rating of 80, the D900 Curve scores a cool 95, meaning that every detail in your space will appear sharper, brighter and more vibrant.
At 955 lumens, the ‘D900 Curve’ surpasses the brightness of a premium 50W halogen, but runs on a mere 15.7 watts – adding up to a 70% reduction on your lighting costs.
Featuring in-built thermal throttling to dim the light if overheated, all Brightgreen products are specially designed to contend with Australia’s unique climate and temperature conditions for vastly superior fire safety.
Boasting an amazing life span of 70,000 hours (or about 30 years with standard, household use), this is a hard LED to pass in the specification of lighting for commercial and residential use.
With a stylish, reduced aesthetic, Brightgreen’s ‘D900 Curve’ is unparalleled in its technical proficiency and practicality.
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