“90 is the new 80”
Indoor lighting can have Efficacy AND High CRI / TM-30 via LEDs with PFS / KSF Phosphor and TriGain® Technology
For years the SSL industry has been justifiably chasing energy savings, higher and higher efficacy. This has been a primary benefit of LED technology. However, as we enter Phase 2 of LED adoption, the focus shifts to higher quality of light. For years quality of light has taken a back seat to efficacy as the tradeoffs were too high. “I would love higher CRI or higher TM-30 values, but not with a 15% hit in efficacy.” “80 CRI is good enough. I need lpW.” These words do not need to be spoken again.
Nichia’s H6 LED Series featuring KSF/PFS Phosphor and TriGain® Technology from GE Current, a Daintree Company, raises the bar in lighting quality and overall effectiveness, without sacrificing efficiency or reliability.
Lighting designers can now choose both high quality of light and efficiency in demanding professional environments such as shops, restaurants, hotels, and museums, in which they make the colors of people, merchandise, artworks, and furniture more vivid and natural. Additionally, the bar can be raised in general lighting applications such as offices and schools, in which lighting with better color quality of 90+ CRI or high TM-30 values becomes the new standard.
Join the webinar to gain insight into how this breakthrough technology came to and how it can be used to deliver BOTH superior luminous efficacy and high quality of light throughout the lighting industry.
Key Takeaways for Attendees:
- What is the difference between Standard Phosphors and KSF, PFS Phosphors
- What is TriGain® and how is it controlled?
- What is GE Current’s, GE Lighting’s and Nichia’s position in all of it?
- Nichia’s technology position overview
General Manager, Specialty Materials — GE Current
Bill Cohen leads the business development of TriGain® PFS/KSF Phosphor Technology for GE Current, a Daintree company. As General Manager of Current’s Specialty Chemicals and Materials business, he is focused on technical innovations and profitable commercial growth in sales of phosphors, rare earth materials, and other specialty materials.
Vice President — Nichia America Corporation
Erik Swenson is a seasoned professional with ~15 years in the Solid State Lighting industry at Nichia. As Vice President for Nichia America Corporation, Erik has helped lead the adoption of Nichia LEDs throughout various markets including General Illumination, UV, Video Display and more. Erik has been an active voice of Nichia within the SSL market, having spoken at several industry and manufacturer’s conferences and trade shows. After receiving a degree in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University, Erik practiced various engineering facets within the Automotive Industry for 6 years prior to joining Nichia in a commercial role.