With its revolutionary optical design, the Pro Series – high CRI Apturi Par30 is unlike any LED light you’ve seen before. Powered by a single integrated LED from Cree, the patented Apturi optic extracts more light into the beam, while providing a comfortable, low glare lighting experience. The entire face of the optic emits light, unlike older designs which emit bright light from several smaller points which create undue glare.
With it’s high brightness and lighting efficiency, the Lumicrest Pro Series – Apturi Par30 provides the same incredible lighting and optical performance as a Par38 LED, for a lower cost of ownership.
Many retail stores, hotels, offices, art galleries and museums depend on PAR30s for the majority of their lighting requirements. Now you can replace those halogens with LED lights using only 13 watts! It won’t take long for these lights to pay for themselves in energy savings alone.
The latest Lumicrest Pro Series – Apturi PAR30 is perfectly suited to lighting in galleries and museums, as well as high quality retailers, due their high color rendering index (CRI) of 95+, strict colour variance control, and smooth dimming function.
You can easily change the Apturi optical lens from one beam angle to another to adapt to different exhibition or display requirements as they arise. Simply pop off the front ring and put in a different lens! Alternate lenses are available separately. Click here to purchase spare alternate lenses.
Note that using these lights with dimmer switches which are not certified as compatible with them may cause these lights to flicker.
All of our products come with a full 3 year warranty. If these lights are used 8 hours per day, 7 days per week, you should expect them to last a full 15 years.
No mercury, no fragile filament to break – just clean, clear focused light.
cULus, RoHS and CE compliant
* Do not use in totally enclosed fixtures, some ventilation required
* Recessed applications must be non-IC only (insulated ceilings do not allow adequate ventilation for heat sink)
* For use in dry indoor locations only
What lens angle should I choose? This handy Light Coverage Calculator lets you determine which lens beam angle to use and where to position your light fixture.