MaxLite Receives Recognition at Lighting for Tomorrow Competition

MaxLite was awarded special recognition honors for its LED Warm-on-Dim BR30 Lamp and 3-way LED Omnidirectional A-Lamp in the 2016 Lighting for Tomorrow competition.
Winners of the awards were announced through a webinar hosted by the American Lighting Association (ALA) on Sept. 12, 2016. The competition is sponsored by the American Lighting Association (ALA), the Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE), and Underwriters Laboratories (UL), as well as over a dozen energy efficiency and utility programs across the U.S. and Canada.
“MaxLite is honored to be recognized once again by Lighting for Tomorrow for our LED lighting products,” said MaxLite vice president of product management and engineering Greg Galluccio. “Our team continues to focus on developing products that are functional and accessible.”
Judges recognized the MaxLite Warm-on-Dim BR30 Lamp in the Market Need category. View a video of the judges’ comments on YouTube.
Unlike standard LED lamps, the MaxLite BR30 lamp mimics the dimming performance of incandescent and halogen bulbs by decreasing in color temperature as light output is lowered. The color of the lamp subtly shifts from 3000K to 2200K as it dims to 10 percent of full light output. Designed for use in recessed lights, the 9-watt, ENERGY STAR certified lamp produces 650 lumens of illumination using 86 percent less energy than the traditional 65-watt incandescent bulb it is meant to replace. The Warm-on-Dim LED BR30 Lamp features a five-year warranty and 25,000-hour rated life, providing lasting illumination and energy cost savings.
MaxLite’s ENERGY STAR certified 3-way Omnidirectional A-Lamp was recognized in the Value category. Designed for use in standard 3-way switch lamps and fixtures, the LED lamp is a replacement for 40W/60W/100W incandescent bulbs that delivers three distinct levels of light (450, 800 and 1600 lumens). Available in color temperatures of 2700K and 3000K, the 5W/10W/17W lamp disperses light with a 300-degree beam angle. The MaxLite 3-way lamp consumes 85 percent less energy and lasts 25 times longer than its incandescent counterpart with a 25,000-hour lifetime (L70).
Both lamps are in stock and available for purchase. To locate a MaxLite distributor or online retailer, go to and click on Where To Buy.

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