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First Zhaga product certification for a Chinese company

Posted on Monday March 16 2015, by Tim Whitaker

The Engineering Research Centre for Optoelectronics of Guangdong Province has become the first company based in mainland China to achieve Zhaga certification for its products.

The company has certified three modules according to Zhaga Book 3, which defines the specifications of interchangeable LED light engines for spotlighting and related applications.

All certified products are listed in Zhaga’s online Certified Product Database.

The three modules all have an LES diameter of 22.8 mm (LES 23 category), and have different combinations of correlated colour temperature (CCT) and colour-rendering index (CRI), as follows:

  • 3000K, CRI = 87
  • 4000K, CRI = 85
  • 5700K, CRI = 80

Several companies from Taiwan have already achieved Zhaga certification for various products, including Edison, Lustrous and Yah Juang, along with many other companies from Europe, Japan and the USA.