New Lights offers a cost effective line of reflector LED glass bulbs that create a unique ambient glow with lighting effects comparable to tungsten filament halogen bulbs while offering up to 80% energy savings and substantially increased longevity. These flood light bulbs have been refined to offer optimized combinations of light quality and light output whilst maintaining optimum efficiency, chromaticity stability, and lumen maintenance. These versatile bulbs can be used in recessed cans and track lighting fixtures for kitchens, living rooms and dining rooms in residential settings as well as for commercial use as general lighting in office, retail and hospitality spaces.
The R80 and R63 LED reflectors from New Lights feature an all glass construction that provides a big cost advantage over LED bulbs constructed of aluminum heat sinks and thermoplastic housing. The cost competitive glass LED bulbs use sapphire-based LED filament technology to deliver performance and efficiency comparable to SMD or COB LED bulbs, with the timeless appeal of incandescent lamps. With elongated LED filaments that perfectly mimics the emission pattern of incandescent filaments, these vintage-inspired LED reflector bulbs are perfect for both decorative and general light applications to add a touch of vintage ambience that preserves the brilliance of incandescent bulbs and last for years with just a fraction of the energy consumption of incandescent bulbs.
These high efficacy, high flux density LED filaments incorporate strings of LED chips wired bonded to substrates. A yellow phosphor encapsulation is formed on the substrates and functions as a wavelength converting element (WCE) which absorbs blue photons emitted by LED chips to produce a white color of the desired color temperature. New Lights' LED filament are fabricated on sapphire substrates which possesses many advantages over glass, ceramic and metal substrates. Sapphire has high transparency with useful transmission of wavelengths in the range 0.2 to 5.5 microns, thus allows blue GaN-based LED chips to emit through the substrates and produces white light by mixing the phosphors. On the inside of glass bulb a reflective coating regulates luminous flux from the omnidirectional filament light source.
In addition to its high transmittance, the synthetic crystal has a high binding energy, dielectric constant, temperature stability, and mechanical strength. These properties combine to make it the most suitable substrate material for chip-on-cord (CoC) packaging. Sapphire-based filament technology not only allows for a true 360 degree flux geometry within the reflective housing, but also makes it possible to eliminate the bulky and costly aluminum heat sink. Thanks to the high thermal conductivity of sapphire, elongated filament design and thermally conductive gas, the LED filament bulb has a highly efficient passive thermal management ecosystem.
New Lights' LED filament bulbs are available in 2, 4, 6 and 8 watts with light outputs ranging from 160 to 840 lumens. The LED filament bulbs are powered by constant current IC drivers that operate over 110, 220 or 85-265 VAC input. These drivers provide excellent load regulation with a 70% power conversion efficiency. These light bulbs are designed to shine up to 30,000 hours with optional dimming functionality to control light output and reduce energy consumption.