New Iberia outdoor LED launched

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GE Lighting has launched Iberia LED, its latest LED outdoor lighting solution; a decorative  luminaire designed specifically to provide high performance and energy efficient lighting. Suitable for all amenity lighting applications, Iberia offers up to 95W with symmetrical and asymmetrical distribution and is the ideal choice for lighting pedestrian and street areas. 

With its contemporary design Iberia LED offers improved visual acuity, better vertical luminance, and smoother visual transition which allows for positive enhancement on property visibility and pedestrian awareness, as well as better vertical illumination. 

Considerable energy savings are achieved due to its advanced no-shielding design, which achieves lower light trespass whilst delivering light precisely where it is intended to go. The long life of LED's (50,000 hours i.e. up to 10 years) is particularly suited to the public lighting domain where maintenance costs have to be kept to a minimum. This luminaire offers a solution that delivers benefits on lifetime, energy savings, and improved sharpness of vision, making Iberia LED an environmentally friendly and highly reliable solution for the market.  The first payback calculations made on specific application case studies show extremely rewarding results for the potential investors.

Speaking about the new product, GE Lighting's Ana Cantero said; "With the increasing need to provide energy savings and reduce costs of maintenance, the Iberia is an ideal solution for amenity lighting. GE's award winning LED technology with its strong lighting power density and photometrics, together with the Iberia's contemporary design ensure that once again we are leading the way in delivering high quality, innovative and environmentally conscientious LED solutions".
 
The launch of Iberia LED is another example of sustainable and extremely low maintenance luminaires developed by GE for the outdoor environment; enabling street lighting contractors, specifiers and public authorities alike to meet energy efficiency targets whilst creating or retrofitting outdoor lighting systems.

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