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Areaflood Pro 2 / AFP2 L 144L70 740 A4 H CLO BS 3525 SP ->


Data Sheet

A compact, lightweight, general purpose LED area floodlight. With large body. LED converter driving 144 LEDs at 700mA with Asymmetrical 40° light distribution. IP66, IK08, Class I electrical. Body: die-cast aluminium (EN AC-44300), Light grey 150 sanded textured (close to RAL9006). High transmission Glass. Enclosure: 5mm thick toughened glass. Reversable mounting stirrup supplied, optional spigot adaptors available separately for post top mounting. BSxyzz: Autonomous, physically disconnectable, bi-power reduction (x: hours before midnight, y: hours after midnight, zz: reduction (%)). Driver programmed for constant light output. Fitted with 10kV surge protection. Pre-wired with 3m, 1.5mm² H07RN-F cable. Complete with 4000K LED.

Dimensions: 729 x 360 x 115 mm
Luminaire input power: 298 W
Luminaire luminous flux: 48099 lm
Luminaire efficacy: 161 lm/W
weight: 14.18 kg
Scx: 0.068 m²

Mode selection
  • Lamp position:STD - standard
  • Light Source:LED
  • Luminaire luminous flux*:48099 lm
  • Luminaire efficacy*:161 lm/W
  • Colour Rendering Index min.:70
  • Ballast:2 x 87500991 LCO 165/200-1050/285 o4a NF C EXC3
  • Correlated colour temperature*:4000 Kelvin
  • Chromaticity tolerance (initial MacAdam):5
  • Rated median useful life*:L95 100000 h at 25 °C
  • Luminaire input power*:298 W Power factor = 0.99
  • LED
  • 0.5
  • BWS - ball proof
  • CE
  • ENEC
  • GLedReP
  • IK08
  • IP66
  • Coastal_C5
  • LLedReP
  • Electrical class I
  • UKCA


Photometric configuration


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