WELLMAX and Samsung Jointly Unveil New LED Products at Light+Building 2016

On the biennial Light+Building 2016 organized by Messe Frankfurt, Samsung Electronics (SAMSUNG) and Wellmax Lighting (WELLMAX) jointly showcased their collaboration on LED technologies. The smallest 810lm full-beam-angle LED A50 bulb—the Ultron—is firstly released and gained tremendous attention from visitors worldwide.

Wellmax's ads seen at Light+Building 2016. (Wellmax/LEDinside)

The Ultron is the latest achievement of cooperation between SAMSUNG and WELLMAX. The product breaks the conventional appearance of an ordinary LED bulb's smooth sphere, using five reflective panels on the top and sides of the bulb body to achieve omnidirectional lighting. To ensure the best light quality, the reflective panels are made with renowned Japanese brand IDEMITSU's polycarbonate material for high optical, mechanical, electrical and thermal properties.

Adopting Samsung's LED chips, the Ultron perfectly combines leading LED technology with elegant design boasting optimized dimensions with full beam angle and maximum luminous flux.

During this fair, SAMSUNG is also displaying WELLMAX's Sunrise series LED bulb to demonstrate its newest CSP technology.

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