LED Can Light Retrofit, 18W, 1,200 Lumens – New Products

Upgrade your lighting recessed can fixtures! Retrofit with super efficient LED lighting. The smart choice for any application from commercial, industrial to residential. Consuming only 18 watts of power while emitting 1,200 lumens; output comparable to a 90W~120W incandescent and halogen bulbs. With a rated life of 40,000 hours you can install this can retrofit and not have to change any components for 20 years! The fixture is also fully dimmable for added energy savings and longer rated life.


Retrofit any 5″ or 6″ diameter recessed ceiling light fixture to LED. Easy to install using the medium screw base adapter provided. Simply remove existing screw base light bulb, screw adapter into the socket, snap LED fixture into place and begin saving up to 85% per fixture on your electric costs.

Wattage: 18W
Input Voltage: 120VAC
Light Output: 1,200 Lumens
Color Temp: 3000K Warm White and 4000K Pure White
C.R.I.: >80
Rated Life: over 40,000 Hours
Replaces: 65w ~ 120w Incandescent/Halogen
Size: Fits 5″ & 6″ Diameter Cans
Warranty: 3 years full replacement.

 

 

Posted in New Products, Product Specials at August 3rd, 2012. No Comments.

Pro-Start, PAR-20, PAR-30 and PAR-38 – CFL’s Now Available

Available in Norman, Pro-Start™ Brand the 3 true PAR heavy duty glass CFL reflector bulbs. All Energy Star, UL listed with over 8,000 rated life hours.

ESPAR38-23W-WW  - 23 watt, 120 volt, PAR38 Type CFL, 3000K Warm White
PAR38 CFL

Voltage: 120V
Wattage: 23W
Type: PAR38 CFL
Color Temp: 3000K (Warm White)
Lumens: 1280 lm
Base Type: E26 (standard screw base)
Life Hours: 8,000
Replaces: 100W Incandescent Bulb

 

 

ESPAR30-15W-WW – 15 watt, 120 volt, PAR30 Type CFL, 3000K Warm White

Voltage: 120V
Wattage: 15W
Type: PAR30 CFL
Color Temp: 3000K (Warm White)
Lumens: 750 lm
Base Type: E26 (standard screw base)
Life Hours: 8,000
Replaces: 65W Incandescent Bulb


 

ESPAR20-9W-WW – 9 watt, 120 volt, PAR20 Type CFL, 2700K Warm White

Voltage: 120V
Wattage: 9W
Type: PAR20 CFL
Color Temp: 2700K (Warm White)
Lumens: 300 lm
Base Type: E26 (standard screw base)
Life Hours: 8,000
Replaces: 40W Incandescent Bulb

 

 

Posted in New Products, Product Specials at August 3rd, 2012. No Comments.

New LED 50-Series and 40-Series High Bay Fixtures

 
Norman Lamps is proud to introduce the new generation LED High Bay fixtures. With years of field testing and improvements come the 50 and 40 Series.  Since their conception every feature from the aluminum heat-sink to the LED diodes themselves, have been rigorously tested for proven high performance and long term reliability.



With the 50-Series power consumption totals only 140 watts, including the power supply. The 40-Series rated at 105 watt power consumption makes it one of the most efficient lighting options available today.

Light output equivalency ratings:
50 Series (140W) = 400W Metal Halide, 6 Lamp (350W) T5 Fluorescent
40 Series (105W) = 300W Metal Halide,  4 Lamp (225W) T5 Fluorescent

 


Excessive heat has been the Achilles’ heel for high powered LEDs since their creation. With the Norman Lamps exclusive heat-sink design, excessive heat is virtually eliminated.  Strategically spaced fins and micro-fins ensure maximum lumen and color temperature maintenance throughout their 50,000 rated life.

The rough service housing protects the valued internal components and LEDs from objects and water allowing the IP-65 rating for use both indoors and outdoors.

 


Each LED is rated at 1 watt using the latest in efficiency methods and semiconductor materials. This translates into an ample 95 lumen per watt efficacy. Surrounding each LED are mirror finish reflectors which assist in the greater than 99% downward effective lumen output.

In addition the reflectors shape allow for an effective 130 degree beam spread. This particular beam spread permits mounting heights from 12′ to 38′.

 

50-Series and 40-Series fixtures are in stock for immediate shipping. Contact us for pricing and more details.

Posted in Company News, New Products, Product Specials at September 16th, 2011. 1 Comment.