844 LED Panel HE - UGR<19 - DIP SWITCH

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The superior quality of LED lighting is now more affordable and accessible thanks to a benchmarking product that offers, at contained costs, the ideal light for offices, shopping centres, hotels and healthcare facilities and in general all spaces where continuous lighting is necessary. It is the best and easiest way to get one of today's most advanced technology in interior lighting solutions.The presence of a LED source is not always synonym with excellent performance. The long service life and optimal light output of a lighting system also depends on the use of top-notch materials that are tested, controlled and selected with care to maintain lighting and aesthetic quality over time: lumen maintenance, perfect colour rendering, no glare and no yellowing of components.A special slab fitted between the LED source and the diffuser is responsible for the operation, quality and amount of light emitted from the light panel. This slab is made in PMMA (polymethyl methacrylate). This is a polymer that keeps its characteristics unaltered and prevents the lens from yellowing, found in 'cheaper' products that use, for example, polystyrene (PS), therefore making them available at much lower costs.The result? Unlike the PMMA, the slab in PS becomes yellow after 6000-8000 hours of operation, decreasing both the amount and the quality of the light emitted. Even during the day, when the fixture is switched off, the perfect integration of the white panel into the false ceiling is compromised, affecting the installation's overall appearance. Thanks to this slab in PMMA, our light panels can fully benefit from the lighting advantages ensured by the most advanced LED sources and keep them unaltered in time. 80% lumen maintenance for 50000h (L80B20), perfect colour rendering, no glare (UGR<19) and certified low flicker level.DIP switch adjustment: the luminaire is equipped with a built-in DIP switch driver for setting the output current; this will enable to choose the right light flux for each lighting design.The chance to choose the needed LED pilot current will allow you to have the right amount of power adjusted to any given design requirement. Choosing a lower current will increase the efficiency and improve energy savings, while a higher current will provide more light and make it possible to reduce the number of luminaires installed.

CodeWiringKgColourI LED TotWK - Lumen Output - CRI – Degrees
150225-00CLD3.00WHITE800314000K - 4081lm - CRI>=80
150225-00CLD3.00WHITE700274000K - 3593lm - CRI>=80
150225-00CLD3.00WHITE900354000K - 4538lm - CRI>=80
150225-00CLD3.00WHITE1000404000K - 4996lm - CRI>=80
150225-39CLD3.00WHITE800313000K - 3877lm - CRI>=80
150225-39CLD3.00WHITE700273000K - 3413lm - CRI>=80
150225-39CLD3.00WHITE900353000K - 4311lm - CRI>=80
150225-39CLD3.00WHITE1000403000K - 4746lm - CRI>=80
CodeKgNominal CurrentLumen Output - K - CRITotWColour
2.5 kg800 mA4081 lm - 4000 K - ≥8031 WWhite
2.5 kg800 mA3877 lm - 3000 K - ≥8031 WWhite
Luminaire length596 mm
Luminaire Width596 mm
Luminaire height12 mm

The reported luminous flux is the flux emitted by the light source with a tolerance of ± 10% compared to the indicated value. The W tot column indicates the total wattage absorbed by the system without exceeding 10% of the indicated value.