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  • bluecheese4u bluecheese4u Apr 27, 2013 9:42 AM Flag

    SWITCH Unveils 3 New LED Products That Could Shake Up The Lighting World

    April 27, 2013 Cynthia Shahan

    An illuminating press release from SWITCH® Lighting has announced that its first-of-a-kind SWITCH3-Way and SWITCH100 are ready to ship. Shipping is available starting next week, the beginning of May.

    These lights are so cool – they are like small glass sculptures. However, they are quite utilitarian and low-energy, modern sources of beauty and light without strain on our environment. As such, the 100-watt (SWITCH100) and 3-way equivalents (SWITCH3-Way) come from an award-winning product line.

    Image Credit: SWITCH

    These true LED replacement A-Lamps were recently seen and enjoyed at LIGHTFAIR® International in the Philadelphia Convention Center (April 23–25). SWITCH has brilliantly developed itself this past year. It has added to its already innovative products, offering LEDs up to consumers who want to light their way to a softer footprint using engaging gleaming products (or who just want to save money on their electricity bills). The lights require nothing more than conventional light sockets, are dimmable, and can be used in the same manner as any bright or compact fluorescent A-Lamp — in any orientation, any fixture, in any place. It’s certainly nice to have versatile and pleasant lights that do not increase or jeopardize our living conditions with noxious constituents.

    From the SWITCH press release about these new lights:

    SWITCH holds a number of broad patents on the SWITCH3-Way and is the first LED A-Lamp that works in three-way lighting fixtures. For the first time in LED lighting, users can select different levels of lighting — low, medium, and high (300, 800, 1,100 lumens and in 30/60/75 watt-equivalents) — for different applications at the flip of a switch on a table or floor lamp. The three power settings give users control over the amount of light, ambiance, and energy used, with no changes in the warm color temperature.



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