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Products LEDioc LED High Bay Λ


LEDioc LED High Bay Λ LEDioc LED High Bay Λ (lambda) is the first offering for the European market, from EYE’s LEDioc range. Boasting efficiency of 112lm/W, the 215W unit has been designed as an energy and cost-efficient alternative to a 400W metal halide high bay. With a rated product life of 60000hrs,


the cost and disruption caused by maintenance will also be drastically reduced.


EYE Lighting - New Products LEDioc LED Light Bulb


LEDioc Flood NEO


LEDioc Flood NEO EYE’s compact range of LED floodlights offers a simple and straightforward solution for a variety of indoor and outdoor applications. Available in cool white (5000K) and warm white (3000K) and producing up to 8300lm (wide beam, 5000K), the 93W units have a rated product life of 40000hrs.


LEDioc LED Light Bulb With a rated efficiency of 114lm/W and product life of 40000hrs the 30W, E27 base LEDioc LED Light Bulb represents a genuine LED solution where there is a desire to maintain an existing luminaire; ideal for heritage luminaires in particular. Requires dedicated control gear.


EYE Twin Cera Arc EYE Twin Cera Arc


Over many years EYE Lighting has built a reputation of manufacturing premium-quality discharge lamps, and this is something we continue to do.


Boasting an exceptional rated lamp life of 50000hrs and efficiency of up to 105lm/W, the new EYE Twin Cera Arc 150W and 230W lamps represent an lamp-based solution for industrial, commercial, or outdoor applications, that is genuinely competitive with LED.


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