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Cree Lighting Unveils New OSQ Series C Area & Flood Luminaires With NanoComfort™

The new OSQ Series C employs a significantly streamlined, ultra-efficient light source, combined with Cree Lighting’s new NanoComfort™ Technology, to achieve maximized lumens per watt of precisely targeted illumination with significantly reduced glare that remarkably improves visual comfort, as well as a lower profile and lighter weight design for reduced wind load and easier installation.

NanoComfort™ Technology distills ground-breaking optical engineering into a modular system with near-universal applicability. Like Cree Lighting’s NanoOptic® Technology that preceded it, NanoComfort™ Technology also delivers excellent efficiency, but adds unsurpassed glare control and visual comfort to the high-efficiency, precisely controlled illumination that made NanoOptic® Technology an industry benchmark. NanoComfort™ Technology utilizes standardized modules to ensure uniform lighting across a full range of luminaire sizes and designs, and luminaires with this new technology are built in at Cree Lighting’s Racine, Wisconsin facility.

Each new OSQ Series C LED is in direct contact with its own sculpted acrylic lens. This increases the optical surface area by more than 50% for a more diffused, comfortable light while ensuring light is tightly controlled to prevent spillover. The light engine is sealed in an IP66-rated enclosure via an IK07 impact-rated flat glass lens that minimizes dirt and debris accumulation. This highly durable lens system also dramatically reduces potential points of failure.

With new lower profiles and dramatic weight reductions, every OSQ Series C luminaire minimizes wind load requirements and maximizes ease of handling and installation.

For more information on the OSQ Series, click here. To learn more about Cree Lighting, click here

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