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96634900 / E7021069

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Data Sheet

Surface mounted LED downlight. Fixed output LED driver. Body: die-cast aluminium. Diffuser: polycarbonate, smooth reflector in white finish with wide beam. Trim: high quality, highly reflective polycarbonate. Class I electrical, IP43. Installation plate to be fitted directly to ceiling, for mounting via BESA box or wire suspension use available accessory. Electrical connection via 3/5 pole, push in, terminal block, Housing mounts to installation plate with twist and lock bayonet mechanism.

Equipped with LCS technology, with two lumen outputs (800lm and 1500lm) and three colour temperatures (3000K, 3500K and 4000K) selectable from below by a rotary switch. Pre-set to 4000K, high luminous flux..

Dimensions: Ø181 x 182 mm
Luminaire input power: 25.3 W
Luminaire luminous flux: 3221 lm
Luminaire efficacy: 127 lm/W
Weight: 2.59 kg

Mode selection
  • Lamp position:LCS High 840
  • Light Source:LED
  • Luminaire luminous flux*:3221 lm
  • Luminaire efficacy*:127 lm/W
  • Colour Rendering Index min.:80
  • Ballast:1 x 06891910 DRV TC PRFL 30W 725mA 44V F #SC 127573
  • Correlated colour temperature*:4000 Kelvin
  • Chromaticity tolerance (initial MacAdam):3
  • Rated median useful life*:L80 50000 h at 25 °C
  • Luminaire input power*:25.3 W Power factor = 0.99
  • Dimming:FIX
  • Maintenance category CIE 97:C - Closed Top Reflector
  • LED
  • CE
  • GLedReP
  • 850°
  • Hfree
  • IK03
  • IP43
  • LLedReP
  • RG1
  • Electrical class I
  • Ta= -20 to +25
  • UKCA


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