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Cree XLamp® LEDs
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Company announces that another flashlight manufacturer will adopt cutting-edge Cree LEDs

Cree, Inc. Press Release

FlashlightNews.org - 1/12/2007


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ASP's Triad LED Flashlight

ASP's Triad LED Flashlight

DURHAM, N.C. - Cree, Inc. (Nasdaq: CREE), a leader in LED solid-state lighting components, today announced that ASP, a manufacturer of high-precision flashlights used by law enforcement and military personnel, has designed Cree's new XLamp 7090 XR-E Series power LEDs into its top-line Triad flashlight models.

Cree XLamp 7090 XR-E Series LEDs lead the industry in brightness and efficiency, critical features in battery-powered, portable lighting applications such as hand-held flashlights. XR-E Series LEDs also produce the high-quality, uniform white light required by flashlight manufacturers. The new white Cree XR-E series LED produces typical luminous flux of 80 lumens at 350 mA, yielding 70 lumens per watt, and establishes a new class of LED performance.

"Our customers literally stake their lives on the performance of our lighting products. Through our relationship with Cree, ASP now offers flashlights featuring the world's most advanced LED technology," remarks Kevin Parsons, Ph.D., ASP chief executive officer. "Our new Triad product line is now a unique new class of high-performance, high-reliability safety flashlights."

"ASP's adoption of Cree's XLamp XR-E Series power LEDs is further compelling evidence of the value Cree provides through our new lighting class of LEDs," notes Norbert Hiller, Cree general manager and vice president for XLamp power LEDs. "ASP is recognized internationally as a top-quality flashlight maker, and we are especially pleased that Cree LEDs are the light sources for the new Triad product line."

For additional information on Cree XLamp 7090 power LEDs, please call (919) 313-5300 or visit www.cree.com/xlamp.

For additional information about ASP Triad flashlights, please call 800-236-6243 or visit www.asp-net.com.

About ASP

ASP is a leading supplier of flashlights and other tactical equipment to major US government and international law enforcement agencies. Each ASP Triad light is precision-machined from high-strength aerospace aluminum. The flashlight's proprietary industrial anodizing is accented by an extremely durable foam vinyl grip. The self-contained Parabolic Reflector Assembly is metalized and gasket-sealed. It produces a brilliant white penetrating beam of extreme brightness. The corporation conducts training in 77 nations. ASP lighting products are an integral part of the law enforcement designs that ASP manufactures for police agencies worldwide.

For additional product and ordering information, please visit www.asp-net.com.

About Cree, Inc.

Cree is a market-leading innovator and manufacturer of semiconductors and devices that enhance the value of solid-state lighting, power and communications products by significantly increasing their energy performance and efficiency. Key to Cree's market advantage is its world-class materials expertise in silicon carbide (SiC) and gallium nitride (GaN) for chips and packaged devices that can handle more power in a smaller space while producing less heat than other available technologies, materials and products.

Cree drives its increased performance technology into multiple applications, including exciting alternatives in brighter and more-tunable light for general illumination, backlighting for more-vivid displays, optimized power management for high-current, switch-mode power supplies and variable-speed motors, and more-effective wireless infrastructure for data and voice communications. Cree customers range from innovative lighting-fixture makers to defense-related federal agencies.

Cree's product families include blue and green LED chips, lighting LEDs, LED backlighting solutions, power-switching devices and radio-frequency/wireless devices. For additional product specifications please refer to www.cree.com.

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