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aleddra's PAR30 LED Lamp Receives Energy Star Classification

 The Energy Star classified aleddra PAR30 LED lamp sets energy saving standard for LED lamps designed to replace conventional PAR30 lights while utilizing the existing fixture.

Renton, WA - February 1, 2012 - aleddra LED Lighting, a business unit of Lightel Technologies, Inc., also an Energy Star Partner company (OMB #2060-0528), has received Energy Star certification for its PAR30 LED lamp, on top of its UL classified status (UL #E331115). The dimmable PAR30 LED light provides a sensible alternative for turnkey retrofit jobs for replacing costly incandescent/halogen lamps. Featuring 10% to 100% dimming range (TRIAC Switch) with no color shift and "smooth on" lighting, the aleddra PAR30 light is easy to install into an E26 base.

aleddra PAR30 light is made with CREE High CRI XPE LEDs, well known for their reliability and performance. It thus delivers sufficient illumination with modest energy consumption. In fact, it consumes only 9w ±10% at 110V with a lumen output of 535lm (at 3,000K) and a CRI over 80. aleddra PAR30 LED light with its Energy Star certification can also qualify for energy rebates with local utilities.

aleddra offers PAR30 LED lamps in three Kelvin Colors: 3000K, 4000K, and 5000K, all available in 110V.

About aleddra:

aleddra LED Lighting is a business unit of Lightel Technologies, Inc. chartered to bring customers the most sensible LED lighting solutions for efficient energy use and participating in preserving non-renewable energy. With innovative and experienced engineering team, aleddra provides high quality products with customer service at heart.

Contact: Matthew Maa, Marketing Manager, at matthew_maa@aleddra.com, or call 425-430-4555, or visit www.aleddra.com.

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