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GE Lighting, a subsidiary of General Electric Company (GE - Analyst Report), recently introduced the Lumination DI Series LED (Light Emitting Diode) DownLights with new reflector finishes and anodized color options.

The new LED DownLights offer a wide spectrum of customization and options in terms of colors and finishes for the users to choose from. The energy-efficient Lumination DI Series is ideal for application in high-end retail, commercial office and hospitality spaces. Combined with General Electric's Infusion technology, the Lumination DI Series provides users with superior quality color rendering.

The LED Downlights also feature a variety of lumen output options from 1,000 to 4,000 lumens to conveniently illuminate key products or focal points as per the user's requirement. The product is an energy-efficient alternative in comparison to other options available in the market.

The Lumination DI Series by General Electric also aims to improve store ambiance, increase visibility, enhance overall experience and augment profitability by offering significant cost-saving technologies. The products can be matched with daylight and wireless controls for increased energy savings The new LED Downlights are innovative and redefine the art of illumination with styling, efficiency & performance as required by the user.

General Electric is one of the most diversified technologies and financial service corporations in the world. Its segments include Power & Water, Oil & Gas, Energy Management, Aviation, Healthcare, Transportation, Home & Business Solutions, and GE Capital. GE Lighting, which forms an integral part of Energy Management, develops energy-efficient solutions in commercial, industrial, municipal and residential settings.

General Electric currently has a Zacks Rank #3 (Hold). Other stocks that look promising and are worth a look now include CLARCOR Inc (CLC - Snapshot Report), ITT Corp. (ITT - Analyst Report) and Federal Signal Corp (FSS - Snapshot Report), each carrying a Zacks Rank #2 (Buy).

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