Cree’s New OSQW Expands Performance, Control and Comfort to Wall Mount Luminaires

Cree Lighting has announced its new OSQW™ Wall Mount Luminaire, featuring its patented NanoComfort™ Technology. The OSQW is an addition to the OSQ family, and a follow up to the successful launch of its OSQ Series C Area and Flood luminaires.

“We are thrilled to expand the reach of our patented NanoComfort™ Technology to our wall mount product category,” says Sean Harris, Senior Product Portfolio Manager for Cree Lighting. “This optical platform is a game changer – delivering great energy and application-based optical performance, but doing so while dramatically reducing glare, allowing for more comfortable lighting experiences after dark.”

The OSQW Wall Mount Luminaire was designed to deliver better light and better value than the competition, featuring:

  • Great Energy Efficiency (Up to 159 LPW)
  • Exceptional Optical Accuracy
  • Significantly Reduced Glare and Improved Visual Comfort
  • Optional Emergency Battery Back-Up
  • Designed, Engineered and Assembled in Racine, WI
  • 10 Year Warranty

More information here

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