Redefining the Classics
Not ready to give up your incandescents?
TCP Anew has you covered.
LEDs typically produce more blue light than is produced by incandescent. This peak is invisible to the naked eye, but it can cause eye strain and fatigue.
TCP’s Anew Lamp produces light that closely matches natural sunlight, which can reduce the headaches, eye strain, and fatigue known to be associated with LEDs.
Incandescent lamps provide a soft, warm glow that many people love.
However, new government regulations mean most incandescent light bulbs cannot be sold beginning August 1, 2023.*
The US Department of Energy requires lighting product to produce a minimum of 45 lumens per watt. General service incandescent lamps do not meet this standard and can no longer be sold in stores.
The legislation also addresses:
• Short 1,000 hour average life
• Produces excessive heat
Standard LED Spectrum
The Incandescent Spectrum
The Anew Spectrum
Incandescent vs LED
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What Is CRI?
CRI means Color Rendering Index which loosely means the measurement of how light affects how you see color. A CRI of 100 perfectly matches the CRI of natural sunlight and that of incandescent bulbs.
TCP’s Anew lamp has a CRI of 98 providing some of the best color rendition available in the market today. Currently, most LED lamps fall between 80 – 90 CRI.
Features & Benefits At-A-Glance
Why Anew is Better
The Anew Spectrum improves the classic incandescent light spectrum.