LED Lamps

Aurora is proud to deliver the very latest lighting technology through our collection of LED lamps. This is your guide for exploring our LED lamp portfolio and understanding how LED lamp quality is defined.  The combination of innovative thermal management, quality optics, high power factor, lumen maintenance, accredited testing, range of colour temperatures and excellent colour rendering ensures the most comprehensive, reliable, effective and efficient range of LEDs lamps. Choose from:

  • Firetec - if you are looking to light a multi-story dwelling and must comply with fire codes, then you will need to choose downlights that are fire rated. The only lamps optimised for enclosed luminaires, Firetec™ lamps are the perfect complement for fire rated downlights.
  • Specification - Aurora's highest performing range features high lumen output and ROI.
  • LEDchroic™ - these lamps are ideal for residential, retail and hospitality applications as they accurately simulate the lumen output and colour rendering of halogen. They also resembles halogen aesthetically, and have the same multi-faceted "sparkle."
  • Economy - the best of both worlds, Aurora's Economy range provides the perfect balance of price and performance.

How we measure LED lamp quality

Thermal Management

LED lamps hate heat. This is because they cannot produce infrared radiation like an incandescent. To meet the challenge of providing the most efficient thermal management, we have developed CrystalCool™ technology, the world's smallest active heatsink. Learn more


Through our research we have developed a diamond faceted Micro Lens Array (MLA), which we feature in our LEDchroic™ lamp portfolio. With their ultra low glare, evenly distributed light, LEDchroic™ lamps are a true halogen replacement both in quality of light and lens appearance. Learn more

Lumen Maintenance

LED lamps do not burn out like incandescents. Instead they gradually dim over time. An LED lamp "dies" once it's only emitting 70 percent of its original lumen output. Learn more

Power Factor

Power Factor is the ratio of the real power to apparent power. It is a measure of how effectively electrical power is being used. The most efficient LED lamps have a power factor close to "1" or 100%.

Colour Temperature

You know how when you look at different lamps, some can have a distinctively cool blue colour or a yellow colour?  We call this the light's colour temperature (CCT), and it is expressed as a temperature in Kelvin (K). Learn more

Colour Rendering

Have you ever noticed that certain colours look very different under sunlight than they do under a street light? How a colour is seen under a light source is called colour rendering. Colour rendering is rated using the Colour Rendering Index, or C-R-I. 

Finding the right lamp

Now that you know what goes into our lamps, you're probably wondering what your lamp can go into. Fortunately, you can find compatibility information in our Product Support area:

Luminaire Compatibility  Dimmer Compatibility

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