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New LED Down Light with High Efficiency from Zhongtian Lighting
Date:1/8/2013

(PRWEB) January 08, 2013

Zhongtian Lighting, a leading manufacturer in LED lighting industry in China, is pleased to introduce the new product [ZT-D135-911A] LED down light to customers around the world. With solid packaging, it is very convenient to transport and can be installed in any equipment. With multiple emitting angle choices, it can be used in the bedrooms, sitting rooms, shopping malls, supermarkets, offices, advertising boards, bars, hotels, resorts, lobbies, buildings, stage decoration, etc. All LED lamps of Zhongtian Lighting come with 3 years warranty.

The 7W high power LED down light is qualified for both residential and commercial ENERGY STAR standards. The excellent power supply enables a stable performance to a large extent. Its overall size is D135*H42.5mm with 12pcs LEDs. The color temperature has three choices: 3000K-3500K, 4000K-4500K, 5500-6500K. In addition, the down light delivers 750 lumens to 800 lumens at 86-264V AC/DC with different color temperature. What’s more, the LED downlight has a quick response speed, which can completely get rid of the disadvantage of traditional high pressure sodium lamp starter. With solid package, it is very convenient to transport and can be installed in any equipment.

The company makes improvements to the thermal design so that it becomes possible to efficiently release heat from each component of the power supply circuit inside the heat sink. Zhongtian Lighting develops highly compatible lenses with an 85% light transmission efficiency, which caters to different kinds of light sources and delivers a more uniform light pattern. It uses a first-class water-proof constant current power supply driver with a pure aluminum shell, bro
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