SATELLITE BEACH, Fla., April 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Lighting Science Group Corporation® (OTCQB: LSCG) announced today that the Definity® MR16 High Output LED Lamp was selected as a category winner in the Lamps division by EC&M magazine in its 2013 Product of the Year competition.
The Definity® MR 16 High Output 8-watt LED Lamp is up to 84 percent more efficient than comparable Halogen lamps and rated for a life of 25,000 hours. The lamp lasts up to eight times longer than conventional lighting such as incandescent or halogen and provides virtually maintenance-free operation.
"Being recognized by electrical professionals is gratifying as it confirms their confidence in choosing our Definity MR16 lamp for their lighting projects," said Jeremy Cage, CEO. "Products from Lighting Science are designed and built for exceptional lighting quality and performance. Affirmation like this tells us we are executing at our mission."
The Definity® MR 16 High Output 8-watt LED Lamp was one of a record-breaking 160 entries in 47 categories that was reviewed, voted on, and awarded. A panel of 12 judges, including electrical professionals representing the design/engineering, contracting, and facilities/maintenance industries selected by the EC&M editorial staff reviewed and voted on the entries.
The winner from each category will go on to vie for the 2013 Product of the Year Platinum, Gold, and Silver awards, which will be determined through an online readers' poll in the next month and announced in the July issue.
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Lighting Science Group Corporation (OTCQB: LSCG) is a global leader in the design and development of lighting solutions that are environmentally friendlier and more energy efficient than traditional lighting products. Lighting Science is on a mission to improve the planet and its people with award-winning, innovative LED lamps and lighting fixtures. Conceived, created and built by some of the best people in the lighting field, these products help save energy and reduce the carbon footprint without sacrificing light quality. Find out more at: http://www.lsgc.com or join us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and the Lighting Science Blog.
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