First data on high-intensity XPG-4 leds
“A first in the XPG series, this version promises unparalleled candela and throw for the most demanding lighting needs,” according to component distributor Cutter Electronics, which will be stocking the parts – and pointed out that the charts included here all include preliminary data.
There will be 90CRI XPG-4 HI leds (see top table), according to Cutter, but “the Pro9 version is not included in the current release information” – Pro9 is Cree’s very high colour-rendering index form which includes 95CRI variants.
Cutter Electronics is solid-state lighting component distributor based in Melbourne Australia which ships around the world.
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