August 31, 2016 11:44 PM ET

Electrical Equipment

Company Overview of Lunera Lighting, Inc.

Company Overview

Lunera Lighting, Inc. designs, assembles, and markets commercial plug and play LED replacement lamps. Its portfolio includes CFLs, metal halides, and high-pressure sodium lamps. The company offers its products to building owners, operators, and occupants through authorized distributors. Lunera Lighting, Inc. was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in Santa Clara, California.

1615 Wyatt Drive

Santa Clara, CA 95054

United States

Founded in 2007

Phone:

650-241-3875

Fax:

650-362-1987

Key Executives for Lunera Lighting, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Technology Officer
Director of Marketing
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Lunera Lighting, Inc. Key Developments

Lunera Lighting, Inc. Launches the Next Generation Helen Lamp GX23

Lunera Lighting, Inc. announced the next generation plug and play replacement for compact fluorescent lamps (CFL), the Helen Lamp GX23. Commercial building owners and operators can save energy and reduce operating expenses by simply replacing the 13W CFL commonly used in downlights and sconces. Lunera’s five-watt Helen Lamp reduces lighting energy consumption by over 60%, while consistently delivering quality illumination. The Helen Lamp GX23 has been enhanced to improve magnetic ballast compatibility and reliability. The lamp unlocks additional value for customers by offering line voltage support where the ballast can be bypassed and the lamp can operate directly off of 100V-305V 50/60Hz AC. Lunera’s design team used thermally conductive plastic instead of aluminum for the heat sink to reduce both the weight and the cost of the product, while maintaining long-term reliability. The two-pin lamp delivers over 500 lumens of usable light and has a Color Rendering Index (CRI) of over 80. It is dry and damp certified and can be used in open or fully enclosed fixtures. To create just the right ambiance for a variety of commercial lighting requirements, the Helen Lamp is available in four color temperature choices including: 2700K, 3000K, 3500K and 4000K. The long lifespan of the Helen Lamp GX23 is rated at 50,000 hours to L70, five times longer than comparable CFLs, offering additional maintenance savings. LED lamps do not contain mercury or other toxic materials, so recycling and disposal is simple. The Listed (UL1993) and Classified (UL1598-C) lamp is supported by a five-year warranty and is now available for purchase.

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