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Lighting Technology Meets Beauty With Ledzworld's New AR-111 Ultra Dimmable LED Lamp

AMSTERDAM, Feb. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Ledzworld, the innovator behind the top brands in commercial LED lighting, announced today it has added a sleek and sophisticated ultra-dimmable AR-111 LED lamp to its product line—the world's first true retrofit sized premium 850 lumen, single light source AR-111 LED lamp. The company's AR-111 Platinum Ultra Dimmable LED lamp offers manufacturers, installers and designers a relentlessly tested, cost-competitive, efficient, and impeccably designed replacement for outdated halogen bulbs.

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"A large number of current luminaires on the market with integrated LED light engines look bulky, but Ledzworld's unique AR-111 Platinum Ultra Dimmable LED has the appearance and characteristics of a sophisticated track-luminaire while efficiently delivering 850 lumens," said Jan Kemeling, Founder and Chief Sales and Marketing Officer of Ledzworld. "The aesthetic appearance makes the lamp ideal for spaces owners aim to impress guests in—hotels, lounges, restaurants, museums, hospitals as well as a variety of other applications."

The 16W AR-111 Platinum Ultra Dimmable LED is a premium single-source LED lamp with a CRI of 80 and is also available with a CRI of >90. The lamp features Ledzworld's unique Chameleon Driver—a technological breakthrough that adjusts itself to make a perfect electrical fit with a wide variety of the possible combinations of commonly used drivers and dimmers. The Chameleon Driver first detects the transformer type, then analyzes its waveform, and finally adjusts itself to create the perfect electrical fit with that particular transformer.

"This innovative Chamelion Driver makes our AR-111 Platinum LED lamp a true 'plug and play' solution that can be trusted with no surprises or disappointments," added Kemeling.

The Chameleon Driver contains the company's innovative cooling technology labeled as Controlled Thermo Regulation (CTR). The CTR provides an intelligent temperature-control monitoring system and acts as a watchdog—continuously measuring the ambient temperature inside the driver compartment using a built-in thermal sensor embedded into the Chameleon Driver chipset. When the lamps are overheating due to usage inside fixtures without sufficient airflow, the driver regulates the temperature by slightly dimming the lamps to guarantee that they will always operate reliably in a large variety of fixture designs.

The diamond-cut optics of Ledzworld's AR-111 Platinum Ultra Dimmable LED lamps are designed with the company's Reduced Glare Optical Technology (RGOT). Utilizing RGOT, the AR-111 Platinum Ultra Dimmable LED delivers a 25 degree or optional 40 degree beam angle.

Available in three color temperatures (2700K, 3000K, 4000K), the AR-111 Platinum LED has a patented removable outer ring that allows for flexibility in matching the lamp with the application or fixture color. The lamp comes with the company's three year, continuous usage warranty.

To learn more about Ledzworld's AR-111 Platinum Ultra Dimmable LED lamp, please visit www.ledzworld.com.

About Ledzworld
Headquartered in the Netherlands--but with a global reputation for excellence--Ledzworld is a leading developer, designer, and manufacturer of the highest-quality LED lighting solutions for the world's most discerning brands. We're set apart by a belief that our customers, and their customers, deserve best-in-class bulbs they can depend on.

Ledzworld is committed to providing LED lighting that meets—and exceeds—all your LED technology expectations. 

Our product portfolio spans LED lamps and LED modules that raise the standard in the marketplace today. Researched and refined by a world-class team of 50 SSL engineers, each Ledzworld offering is trial tested for compatibility against hundreds of popular dimmer, transformer, and fixture combinations. The technology behind our products ensures easy, worry-free maintenance, every bulb, every installation, every time.

Ledzworld manages, controls, and oversees our own supply chain, from material sourcing to and manufacturing from our operational headquarters in Penang, Malaysia.  We have additional sales offices across Europe and the United States to accommodate customers worldwide.

Contact Ledzworld:
Jan Kemeling
Chief Marketing Officer
Ledzworld Technology
[email protected]

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