Higher efficacy and custom light distribution
Chino, Ca., June 2, 2014 – American Bright Lighting offers a newly engineered SimpleTube with higher efficacy and better light distribution. The easy-to-install refrigerator and freezer door fixture delivers unparalleled performance in efficiency, uniformity and longevity.
“We are continuously improving our luminaire systems,” said George Lee, president and CEO, American Bright Lighting “By optimizing all the components in the system we’re able to provide a breakthrough that reaches new heights in energy-savings and light levels while demonstrating measurable proven performance.” The SimpleTube achieves superior efficiency, longevity, lumen maintenance and light control while reducing energy use – benefits that are especially welcomed in applications where lights are on 24/7. Saving even more energy provides end users with further reductions in operating costs while reducing environmental impact.
The upgraded SimpleTube® Slim series will be displayed at LFI 2014 and launched Q4. In addition to refrigerator and freezer case lighting, this luminaire is ideal for other applications such as under cabinet and shelf lighting, as well as display signs’ backlights.
- Patented SimpleDrive® technology for direct AC connection
- No external driver, easy installation and maintenance
- Custom optical design offers better versatility in various applications
- Uniform light distribution and high CRI for attractive display
- Lighter weight, slimmer design: about 40 percent thinner, 30 percent lighter
- Six year comprehensive warranty.
SimpleTube meets the DesignLights™ Consortium (DLC) requirements for both vertical and horizontal refrigerated case luminaires categories .And it is available in a wide range of CCT and length options. The DLC Qualified Products List (QPL) supports only high-quality, high-performing commercial LED products. SimpleTube meets stringent criteria for energy efficiency, performance and longevity, allowing end users to participate in many local utility rebate programs to help defray the cost of their upgrades as they reduce demand on the electrical grid.