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ELP — PanelLED Recessed LED Luminaires


600 x 600 x 12mm panel — 4250 lumens@50Watts (82lm/W)


Working plane illuminance on a par with fluorescent. It isn’t simply a claim...


Promise and performance isn’t always the same thing. At ELP, we’re technology lead, and so put off introducing our LED panel range until we were absolutely confident in the power, life expectancy and performance of our LEDs and most importantly, in the accuracy of our photometry.


Ultra-light, ultra-slim and operating at 24Volts from 230Volt 50Hz supplies via small power factor corrected electronic drivers, ELP round and square PanelLED recessed luminaires are available in either Mains or Maintained/Emergency versions and provide low energy, long life light output into areas where reliable, high levels of illuminance (equivalent to modern T5 fluorescent) are desirable or task determined.


The front face of Panel-LED luminaires deliver even light distribution at a colour temperature of 4200K (white) providing glare free illuminance on the working plane ideally suited for offices and public areas.


The circular PanelLED luminaires are fitted with integral springs to locate the luminaire into plaster ceilings or tiles. The 600 x 600 square luminaires fit into commercial ceiling systems resting on the ceiling frame.


it’sreality! 240mm(dia.) x 20mm panel — 1280 lumens@15Watts (85lm/W)


Emergency Lighting Products Limited Parbrook House, Gilmans Industrial Estate, Billingshurst, West Sussex, RH14 9EZ Tel: +44 1403 786601 Fax: +44 1403 786602 e-mail:sales@elp.uk.com


www.elp.uk.com


In retail and exhibit environments, PanelLED’s low heat LEDs and neatly profiled aluminium heat-sink design mean PanelLED can be safely used to light products and displays that are sensitive to heat and UV, resulting in lower supply energy and reduced air conditioning costs.


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