Cree, Inc. has announced the expansion of its LED bulb family with the introduction of the TW series PAR30 Cree LED Bulb, designed to deliver bright, high-quality and focused light exactly where you want it, making it the choice in areas where directed or dramatic pools of light are desired. With the TW series PAR30 Cree LED Bulb, family portraits, artwork, and decor will come to life in their truest forms beneath better light.
“We believe in better light,” said Betty Noonan, Cree chief marketing officer and general manager, consumer business. “Better light improves your environment and is essential to human perception, comfort and security. Why compromise? The TW series PAR30 Cree LED Bulb ensures that the things that matter to you will be showcased the way they are meant to be seen.”
The TW series PAR30 Cree LED Bulb is engineered to deliver better lit spaces for homeowners, retailers and hospitality managers alike. ENERGY STAR certified and available in 25° spot or 40° flood beam angles, the TW series PAR30 Cree LED Bulb is suited for accent lighting in track and recessed fixtures. In track lighting fixtures, the TW Series PAR30 Cree LED Bulb is an excellent choice for a focused light to feature artwork. In recessed fixtures, the TW series PAR30 Cree LED Bulb creates dramatic pools of light beneath the fixture, suited for use over a kitchen prep area or to highlight a space.
The TW series PAR30 Cree LED Bulb leverages Cree TrueWhite Technology to deliver a beautiful, bright, warm-white (3000K) light with a color rendering index of 90 that makes colors of objects look the way they were intended – an essential quality for a product designed to highlight artwork and décor. Fully dimmable and designed to last more than 22 years* (25,000 hours), the TW series PAR30 Cree LED Bulb is a worry-free choice, backed by a 100 percent performance satisfaction guarantee.
The TW series Cree PAR30 LED Bulb will be available in short neck and long neck models at The Home Depot in stores and online in March for $19.97.
* 25,000 hour lifetime based on 3 hours use per day.