Solais Lighting, Inc. recently has been selected for a final LED test installation at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C.
According to Solais Lighting, its 18 Watt PAR 30 Long-Neck LED lamps with 10°, 25°, and 40° beam spread met performance objectives and were selected from a wide field of competitors to participate in next-tier testing, the outcomes of which will be officially monitored by the Department of Energy through the installation's appointment as a DOE Solid State Lighting GATEWAY Demonstration Project.
At present, Solais Lighting's PAR30 LED lamps are being evaluated by the Smithsonian American Art Museum for their performance in a permanent collection gallery which displays more than a dozen early modernist artworks and a mural by Thomas Hart Benton.
Solais Lighting's PAR30 Long-Neck lamps combine the long life and outstanding energy efficiency of LEDs with the high output and intensity of halogen technology, resulting in a high-performance product ideal for track and recessed applications within commercial, museum, retail, hospitality and residential settings. Delivering a CRI of 82 and sporting a rated average life of 50,000 hours, the lamps are fully dimmable, free of hazardous substances such as lead and mercury, and are ETL-certified (certified to UL Standard 1993) and RoHS-compliant.