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LIGHTING & LIGHTING CONTROLS FEATURE Flexibility comes in threes


A new system of flexible LED strip lighting and accessories covers a wide variety of requirements for professional lighting applications


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edvance is offering wholesalers a new portfolio of LED strips for a large


range of professional lighting tasks. The LED strips are available in three different categories to cover a wide variety of requirements. In addition to the LED strips, the portfolio includes an extensive range of LED drivers, profiles for surface or recessed installation, covers and other accessories. The LED strips come in three


different categories: superior, performance and value. They differ above all with regard to ideal application, lifetime, IP rating, number of LEDs per metre and, therefore, their light output and distribution. Available in a large number of colour


temperatures ranging from energising, daylight white 6,500 kelvin to warm white 2,700 kelvin, and lumen packages from 300 to 2,000 lumens per metre, the LED strips are suitable for virtually any lighting task in a modern lighting concept – including classic general lighting, ambient lighting and indirect lighting of niches and coves. All LED strips are pre-wired on both sides and are easy to shorten if necessary. They also all come as protected and unprotected versions; in other words with or without a silicone jacket for protection against dust and water. The TÜV-certified strips in the superior


category are particularly suitable for demanding lighting installations in large,


representative buildings. In places such as corporate offices, upmarket hotels, shopping centres and museums, they offer impressive colour rendering with a colour rendering index (CRI) of over 90. The 140 LEDs per metre also provide a very homogeneous light output and distribution across the entire strip length. Thanks to IP67 protection, the protected versions of the superior products are also ideal for outdoor use in adverse conditions and dusty and damp interior spaces. With up to 60,000 hours their lifetime


is extremely high, and Ledvance provides a five-year guarantee on the strips in this category. Also TÜV-certified, the performance


category is characterised by a very high lifetime of up to 35,000 hours and as a protected version with IP66 rating can withstand dust and jets of water. With a CRI of 80 it delivers good colour rendering and is suitable for medium-sized office buildings, schools, restaurants, bars and shops. Ledvance offers a guarantee of three years for the LED Performance strips. The products in the value category are


all-rounders with a very good price/performance ratio for lighting applications in the entry-level segment. They also have a CRI of 80, and come in an IP65 protected version and a lifetime of up to 20,000 hours. Thanks to these properties, they are a good choice for indoor spaces such as smaller offices,


guesthouses, private premises, as well as appropriate outdoor areas. In the Ledvance LED strip system


‘toolbox’, installers will also find all the components they need for easy installation and smooth operation. These include LED drivers in various versions for the respective categories, with or without IP protection, and with or without dimming function. Installers can also choose from an extensive range when it comes to profiles, including versions for different installation types – open or with a bezel, for ceiling or wall mounting. Also included in the range are a variety of feeders, connectors, end caps and mounting brackets. Ledvance also provides additional


support for installers with its LED strip system configurator. Once the key data of the lighting project has been entered in the configurator, it automatically generates a detailed parts list with all required components.


Ledvance ledvance.co.uk


HIGH PERFORMANCE LED BATTEN PACK A new LED Batten Pack has been added to the Goodlight range


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esigned as a direct replacement for fluorescent tubes and battens, the


LED Batten Pack delivers over 130Lm/W, providing optimum light output, leading to direct energy savings up to 65 per cent. The Goodlight LED Batten Pack is a


point-for-point retrofit replacement for outdated fluorescent tubes and batten fixtures. Available in two sizes, the 4ft LED Batten draws 25W or 40W and provides 3,000Lm and 5,200Lm of light output respectively. The 5ft LED Batten draws 30W and delivers 3,600Lm or 50W providing 6,500Lm.


The new Goodlight LED Batten Pack


has been designed as a single body, incorporating the LED light source, diffuser, end caps and LED driver. Installation is quick and straightforward


thanks to its unique hinged tray which allows access into the rear of the fitting, enabling it to be mounted securely into place on the wall or ceiling. Once installed and the hinged tray closed, it is ready for use. The LED Batten Pack has been designed


with multi-colour white LEDs that produces switchable colour temperatures


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where the output can be selected from daylight (5,500K) through to natural (4,500K) to warm (3,000K) within the same fitting. Operating in temperatures from


-20° to 45°C makes it a good choice for a wide range of commercial and industrial applications, including offices, retail outlets, car parks, amenities, cold storage, refrigeration, healthcare and food and drink production. Additionally it is suitable for work


stations and VDU usage due to its glare-free, opal diffuser.


Goodlight goodlight.co.uk ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING | SEPTEMBER 2019 33


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