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LEDVALUX® XL | for DA= 212mm

FEATURES

LEDVALUX® downlights are suitable for a diversity of applications and emit pleasant basic lighting in general building areas, corridors and traffic zones. Precise distribution of light is via a reflector with diffuser cover. The downlights benefit from their housing of thermally conductive polymer in two ways: the material optimally dissipates the heat of the LEDs and the luminaires have low weight which is advantageous with installation and transport.
With various construction sizes, LEDVALUX® downlights are a flexible and efficient alternative to downlights fitted with compact fluorescent lamps. They represent simple refurbishment solutions due to suitability for standard ceiling cut-outs and tool-free mounting with a catch system.
Visually, the LEDVALUX® downlights feature identical design elements to Lunis® 2 downlights, for example a shadow gap with high-quality appearance. Thus both ranges can be combined.

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • efficient LED replacement for CFL downlights with system service life of up to 50,000 hours
  • homogeneous basic and general lighting with precise light distribution
  • high quality appearance due to design elements such as shadow gap
  • planning flexibility due to various construction sizes
  • tool-free mounting in ceilings with catch system
  • very good price-performance ratio

LIGHTING TECHNOLOGY

Frosted cover, wide distribution

ELECTRICAL

Luminaire with integrated ECG | wired ready for connection with pre-assembled cable 2x 0.75mm², l= 0.6m

HOUSING

Housing of heat dissipating polymer, anthracite; of UV-stabilised PC, white (similar to RAL 9016); cover of PMMA; reflector of plastic, vapourised aluminium | the reflector is visually separated from the mounting ring | tool-free clip attachment via quick release system with catches

Rapid advances in LED technology lead to permanent improvements in energy efficiency. This has the consequence that the luminous flux or power consumption may change accordingly. The current values can be found in the photometric report of each product and in the current download files of the lighting planning data.

FEATURES

LEDVALUX® downlights are suitable for a diversity of applications and emit pleasant basic lighting in general building areas, corridors and traffic zones. Precise distribution of light is via a reflector with diffuser cover. The downlights benefit from their housing of thermally conductive polymer in two ways: the material optimally dissipates the heat of the LEDs and the luminaires have low weight which is advantageous with installation and transport.
With various construction sizes, LEDVALUX® downlights are a flexible and efficient alternative to downlights fitted with compact fluorescent lamps. They represent simple refurbishment solutions due to suitability for standard ceiling cut-outs and tool-free mounting with a catch system.
Visually, the LEDVALUX® downlights feature identical design elements to Lunis® 2 downlights, for example a shadow gap with high-quality appearance. Thus both ranges can be combined.

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • efficient LED replacement for CFL downlights with system service life of up to 50,000 hours
  • homogeneous basic and general lighting with precise light distribution
  • high quality appearance due to design elements such as shadow gap
  • planning flexibility due to various construction sizes
  • tool-free mounting in ceilings with catch system
  • very good price-performance ratio

LIGHTING TECHNOLOGY

Frosted cover, wide distribution

ELECTRICAL

Luminaire with integrated ECG | wired ready for connection with pre-assembled cable 2x 0.75mm², l= 0.6m

HOUSING

Housing of heat dissipating polymer, anthracite; of UV-stabilised PC, white (similar to RAL 9016); cover of PMMA; reflector of plastic, vapourised aluminium | the reflector is visually separated from the mounting ring | tool-free clip attachment via quick release system with catches

Rapid advances in LED technology lead to permanent improvements in energy efficiency. This has the consequence that the luminous flux or power consumption may change accordingly. The current values can be found in the photometric report of each product and in the current download files of the lighting planning data.