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A new generation of lighting for Infusion

13 June 2013

The next generation Infusion LED modules is now available from GE Lighting, offering what the company says are significant wattage reductions and improved levels of efficacy

The interchangeable module range includes M1000, M1500, M2000 and M3000 versions, providing a LED lighting solution for retail, hospitality and office environments.

GE Lighting has developed the module Infusion LED that, it says, opens the door to a new concept of lighting design.

Infusion LED modules are interchangeable thanks to a twist fitting. Users can alternate beam angles or light packages to suit changing requirements - and they are directly upgradeable, future-proofed to allow a direct replacement as efficiencies improve, without the need to change fixtures.

As such, GE Lighting’s Infusion Generation Three range of LED lighting modules offer significant wattage improvements when compared to Generation Two. The previous wattage of the M1000 module for example was 15W - this has now been reduced to just 13W.

Similarly, the M1500 module was 23W - this is now only 20W. Likewise, the M2000 was 30W and has now been reduced to 27W. The M3000 module was 46W and is now 40W.


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