MELBOURNE, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Lighting Science Group Corporation® (OTCQB:LSCG) continues to change the LED game with the introduction of our new A19 4-pack, delivering the superior LED experience customers expect from our innovative LED collection. Created with quality craftsmanship, our new A19 bulb is unmistakably lighter and more efficient than ever before. This LED lamp truly replicates the traditional look and feel of an incandescent A19, but performs better and at a fraction of the cost. It’s your best dimmable, Energy Star rated A19 value on the market.
“These new Energy Star rated A19 LEDs are market changers,” said Pete Rumsey, Lighting Science’s EVP of Business Development. “These bulbs provide all the key features that are desired in a traditional A19 with the reliability of an Energy Star rating. Created with a sturdy, shatter-proof design and higher efficacy than standard A19s on the market, this value-priced lamp is also compatible with most standard dimmers and will produce superior light for years to come.”
Engineered with components that are significantly lighter and more efficient, these new lamps perform better and at a fraction of the cost of a standard incandescent. These new A19 bulbs are also omnidirectional for clean, even light distribution and are offered in 3 color temperatures.
About Lighting Science Group Corporation
Lighting Science Group Corporation (OTCQB:LSCG) is a global leader in innovative LED lighting solutions that designs, manufactures and brings to market the most advanced, intelligent products for consumer, professional and retail applications. By inventing breakthrough, award-winning, LED lamps and lighting fixtures that truly work in sync with nature, we follow one of our core values by being committed to unleash the science of light to make people, and our planet, look, feel and heal better. Lighting Science Group is headquartered in Melbourne, Florida with international offices in Hong Kong. Find out more about us at www.lsgc.com or www.definitydigital.com and join us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest and the Lighting Science Blog.