AXP Filament LED Bulbs Receive Energy Star and UL Approvals

AXP Lighting, a California based LED Lighting company announced today that they are the first SSL company in North America to receive both Energy Star, and UL certifications for their line of Filament LED bulbs.

AXP's A19 Warm White filament LED bulb. (AXP/LEDinside)

Justin Wang, CEO of AXP Lighting, Inc. says: “This revolutionary new type of LED light bulb is a watershed moment in the evolution of Solid State Lighting. It delivers the elegant aesthetic of a classic glass, incandescent light bulb, but it operates so efficiently that it requires no heat sink at all. Finally, consumers get the bulbs that they have been waiting for. Without a bulky heat sink, the elegance of traditional A19 Edison bulbs, Candle bulbs, and Chandelier bulbs is preserved, yielding full flux geometries just like classic light bulbs. With industry leading efficacies up to 125 LPW (delivered at the bulb level), and lumen outputs exceeding 800 lumens, these bulbs perform better than most other LED bulbs on the market today. The fact that AXP Lighting, Inc. is the first SSL company to receive both UL and Energy Star approvals, proves that that these LED light bulbs are extremely well designed products. This establishes a new standard for the LED light bulb industry. “

For more information please see: www.axplighting.com

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