Luminus announces LD10 LED light engine for high intensity spot lighting

April 17, 2012
Date Announced: 17 Apr 2012 Frankfurt, Germany - Light + Building -- Luminus Devices, Inc. announced today the availability of its new LD10 LED Light Engine. Designed for a variety of indoor and outdoor lighting applications, the LD10 is available at 800 and 900 "hot" lumen output levels, color temperatures of 3000K and 4000K and CRI greater than 80. The Light Engine includes Luminus' Big Chip LED(TM) technology, which enables high lumen fixtures with industry leading center beam intensity. For spot lighting applications, the LD10 can deliver 17,000 candelas into a 9-degree beam using off-the-shelf optics.Sophisticated on-board electronics provide power, dimming and protection feedback to the LED. The LD10 accepts a 24VDC power input and a 0-10V dimming signal. In addition, it has thermal feedback protection circuitry that ensures longevity and reliability."The LD10 reduces the engineering design cycle for our customers, and enables them to accelerate time to market for their lighting fixtures," said Chuck DeMilo, Global Director of Product Marketing for Luminus. "It delivers the optical punch that our customers need, and the thermal protection circuitry gives them peace of mind."Luminus will be exhibiting in Hall 4.2, Stand G02 at Light + Building, April 15-20 at Messe Frankfurt in Frankfurt, Germany, where the new LD10 LED Light Engine will be on display. For more information on how Luminus is enabling the conversion of today's conventional lighting fixtures to LED, visit .About Luminus Devices Luminus Devices is a leading developer and manufacturer of LED technologies and solutions for the multi-billion dollar global illumination market. Luminus' high efficacy and high brightness LEDs are used by many of the world's biggest companies for general lighting, projection display, entertainment, ultraviolet curing, medical, portable, transportation and digital signage lighting applications. Luminus has more than 144 patents/patents pending worldwide, and its revolutionary Big Chip LED(TM) technology enables new markets for solid-state lighting. Headquarters and wafer fab manufacturing facilities are located near Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A. For more information, visit

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