Yesterday, Nexxus Lighting, Inc. announced that its Array Par 30 has the highest efficacy of any directional LED replacement lamp tested in the nine rounds of CALiPER experiments conducted by the U.S. Department of Energy. Copies of the DOE and ITL tests are currently available on the company’s website.

The stellar results have also been replicated by recent independent photometric tests conducted by ITL in Boulder, Colorado. These tests showed that the Array Par 30 Warm White lamp produced 65.9 lumens per watt, and the Array Par 30 Natural White lamp produced 69.0 lumens per watt. Nexxus Lighting’s Selective Heat Sink (SHS) technology, resulting in the lightest weight and highest efficacy LED lamp line, greatly influenced the values.

Nexxus Lighting will launch a national advertising campaign later this month to promote its new Array Lighting product line in industry periodicals. This campaign will showcase the performance results, as well as the energy and money saving potential of the Array product line.

Mike Bauer, President and CEO of Nexxus Lighting, Inc., stated, “The results of the DOE CALiPER program, and other independent third party test data, demonstrate that we currently have the highest efficacy (lumens per watt), longest life, lightest weight LED replacement lamp in the market. In the coming weeks, we will be rolling out our global branding strategy through a national advertising campaign, major tradeshows and additional new product announcements. Our goal is to increase awareness of the advantages of Nexxus Lighting and position the Array Lighting brand of LED replacement lamps as the high quality performance leader in the market.”