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Ledzworld's Momentum Continues - Company Earns Two Architectural SSL Product Innovation Awards

AMSTERDAM, Feb. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Ledzworld, the innovator behind the top brands in commercial LED lighting, announced today that it received two Product Innovation Awards (PIA) from Architectural SSL Magazine for the company's MR16 LED Chameleon and AR-111 Gold LED lamps. Architectural SSL Magazine's 4th annual PIA Awards set out to find and honor the most innovative LED lamps and fixtures on the market today.

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Ledzworld's MR16 LED Chameleon lamp features a technological breakthrough driver that adjusts itself to its environment by first detecting the transformer type, then analyzing its waveform and finally adjusting itself to make a perfect electrical fit with that particular transformer.  This makes the company's MR16 LED Chameleon lamp a truly "plug and play" LED retrofit lamp.

"I hear it over and over again: the greatest challenge for manufacturers of retrofit LED lamps is the compatibility issue with thousands of existing combinations of dimmers and transformers," said Ken Chakravarti, CEO and CTO of Ledzworld. "That is why we are innovating LED lamps and drivers that guarantee our products are hassle-free, and work seamlessly on a wide range of magnetic and electric transformers and in combination with commonplace dimmers."

Ledzworld's single point source, 1000 lumen AR-111 Gold LED lamp features the company's state-of-the-art Reduced Glare Optical Technology (RGOT). RGOT achieves higher accuracy and precision to reduce glare and provides superior control on the beam angle. Plus, unlike a lot of the odd sized AR-111 LED lamps on the market today, Ledzorld's AR-111 is true retrofit sized. And making an outstanding lamp even better, the company recently announced the introduction of its Platinum version of the lamp -- the industry's first ultra-dimmable, true retrofit sized AR-111 LED lamp featuring Ledzworld's advanced Chamelon Driver, RGOT and 850 lumen output.

"Winning not one, but two, Architectural SSL PIAs proves that our lamps are among the most innovative LED lamps on the market today," continued Chakravarti.

To learn more about Ledzworld's LED product offerings, visit www.ledzworld.com. For more information on Architectural SSL Magazine's PIAs, visit www.architecturalssl.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]  
+(60) 4 6300 800

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