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GE Tetra AL10 LED System


July 12, 2010
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GE launched its Tetra AL10 LED System to replace fluorescent and halogen lighting in retail or architectural applications. The low-profile modular fixture can be used under selves and coves, or be used as for accent and task lighting. According to the release, the Tetra AL10 reduces energy consumption by up to 40% compared to T5 fluorescent systems. The system offers a color-rending index of 93 and ANSI bin colour temperature consistency of 2700K, 3000K, and 4000K – says GE. It also includes lens options in 60-, 90- or 120-clear and 120-degree soft beam patterns. The Tetra is fully dimmable, has a voltage of 12VDC, and uses a remote driver and multiple modules. It consumes 4.5 watts per foot (14.8W/m) to run for 50,000 hours.

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