MaxLite offers cost-optimized 60-watt equivalent LED lamp with ENERGY STAR certification

Posted on October 25, 2016 By

West Caldwell, NJ – In conjunction with ENERGY STAR Day, MaxLite today announces the release of a 60-watt equivalent LED A-lamp value pack that makes saving energy and protecting the climate an easy and affordable choice for consumers.

The cost-optimized retrofit lamps are sold in a four-pack that brings the price per lamp to less than $5, with the potential for consumers to reap further savings through utility rebate programs. Also sold individually, the 9-watt LED lamps consume 85 percent less energy than an incandescent bulb and last far longer, with 15,000 hours of lumen maintenance. The lamps are available for purchase at select locations of Ace Hardware, True Value, Menards, Walgreens and Habitat for Humanity ReStores.

“MaxLite is strongly committed to the ENERGY STAR program and making energy efficient lighting accessible for all,” said Product Manager Alex Truong. “Through advanced product engineering, we are able to provide a highly affordable, quality LED lamp for everyday use that will enable consumers to save energy, save money, and do their part to protect the climate.”

MaxLite LED A-lamps distribute light using an omnidirectional beam that replicates the soft, even glow of a true incandescent bulb. The non-dimmable lamps are offered in 2700K and 3000K warm-white color temperatures, and fit a wide variety of residential and commercial lighting fixtures, including table and floor lamps, pendants and wall sconces. In addition to the traditional 60-watt equivalent, MaxLite offers 40-, 75- and 100-watt versions with ENERGY STAR certification.

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