Bridgelux Vero® SE Series Arrays Now Available

Vero® Series products include Vero SE arrays with poke-in connectivity enabled by BJB to streamline fixture assembly process

Bridgelux, a leading developer and manufacturer of LED lighting technologies, announced availability of its Vero SE arrays with poke-in connectivity today. The advanced Vero SE array platform and holder system features the industry’s first LED array with poke-in wire connectivity, eliminating the need for a second connector or soldering.

Vero SE arrays leverage Bridgelux’s seventh generation COB technology to generate 155 lumens per watt, and are designed based on customer feedback to lower manufacturing costs and increase design flexibility. Vero SE arrays ship with the industry’s only ten-year warranty, optic alignment holes, and Zhaga compatibility.

Bridgelux Vero SE arrays. (Bridgelux/LEDinside)

“It is our standard practice at Bridgelux to offer differentiated LED products that genuinely help customers succeed with their business. We’ve developed a product that will save our customers time and money, and features the best color quality and consistency in the industry,” said Aaron Merrill, VP of Product Marketing.

Vero SE arrays are available in four LES configurations to fit a broad spectrum of indoor and outdoor applications from retail and hospitality, commercial, residential, architectural, medical, museum and entertainment.

About Bridgelux

Bridgelux is a leading developer and manufacturer of lighting technologies and solutions that invites companies, industries and people to experience the power, possibility and financial potential of LED lighting. Headquartered in Livermore, California, Bridgelux employs more than 90 employees with global sales and services within international markets. Born of world-class engineering and informed by human intuition, the company's LED arrays and chips replace traditional lighting technologies with integrated, solid-state lighting solutions that make it possible for its customers to provide high performance, human-centric influenced light for the commercial, industrial and outdoor markets. For more information about the company, please visit www.bridgelux.com.

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