Solais Lighting Introduces New X24 Series

Solais Lighting Introduces New X24 Series

(Stamford, Connecticut) – Solais Lighting, LLC, a leading manufacturer of cutting-edge, specification-grade LED lighting, is proud to announce the introduction of its elite new “X24 Series” of LED lamps and fixtures. Ideal for a broad range of applications within the high-end retail and commercial sectors, the X24 series delivers an impressive 1600 lumens of light output with just a 3-inch aperture and is available with field-replaceable accessories to enhance ease of use and design flexibility. Solais’ new X24 family of LED products includes the following models: “XL24″ – a 1600 lumen, 24 Watt, 3000K color temperature PAR24 LED replacement lamp available in 15, 25 and 40-degree beam angle versions “Xi24″ – a 1600 lumen, 24 Watt, 3000K color temperature LED track fixture compatible with three major track systems and available in 15, 25 and 40-degree beam angle versions Designed for use in track and recessed lighting applications previously dominated by ceramic metal halide and halogen technology, Solais’ sleek new X24 family of products delivers outstanding lumen output and enables attractive energy savings. Fully dimmable and RoHS-compliant, both the lamp and track options within the X24 series are available with a range of field-replaceable accessories, including cross baffles, snoots, and lenses to achieve a variety of desirable ambient effects and allow for greater design flexibility in the field. “Solais’ new XL24 LED lamps and Xi24 LED track fixtures provide the superior lumen output, center beam optics, color rendering, and overall performance demanded by today’s high-end retail and commercial applications,” said Solais Lighting President James Leahy. “We’re excited to offer the professional lighting market a cutting-edge new LED solution that both maximizes performance while delivering outstanding efficiency and design flexibility.” For more information, please contact: George Stroumboulis (203) 683-413 [email protected] 

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