High bay hall reflector induction-light: Efficient replacement for existing mercury-vapour HID lamps (HPMV lamps)
This hall reflector light is especially suitable for factories, refrigerated warehouses, warehouses or salesrooms from 3 meters height.
Its durability and extremely low maintenance costs in building management, make this hall spotlights the preferred choice in building management. The closed reflector ensures that the emitted light can be directed specifically. A novel honeycomb reflector ensures optimum light distribution.
Replace mercury vapour lamps with efficient induction-light
The induction hall radiator of the FW series we offer in versions with 120W and 200W as a replacement for existing 250W or 400W HID / HQI lights.
Additionally induction-light generates more usable light for the eye than comparable conventional lights.
Long-lasting, varied light and extremely low maintenance costs. We offer this induction-light FP as 120 W as well as 200 watts version to substitute with existing 250 W or 400 watts HID-/HQI lights -mercury-vapour lamps (HPMV lamps)
The light can be used from ceiling heights of 3 metres upwards. In 24-hour ongoing use the life span of the induction-light is around 7 years. Frequent luminous changes are obsolete.
Savings up to 60% with induction-light
With a light output of 75 lumens / watt and a very good colour rendering, induction lamps deliver a light colour of 5000 Kelvin one in comparison to the HQL lamp an improvement and better lights in all areas.
The cost saving varies between 50-60% in comparison to the HID technology. induction-lights may be produced and sold after 2015, because their are compliant with the regulation No. 245/2009.
You have questions about our induction-light conversion kits for HID lamps? We will help you! Preferably personally ! Please contact us at the phone number : 0049-221-9924573 during normal office hours or mobile . You can contact us by e -mail or fax request. We also call you back .
Included with this set are the induction lamp , external ballast, and operating manual.
English language article about induction-light on www.licht.de
|Product category:||Induction light|
|color temperature:||5000 Kelvin|
|luminous flux:||14202 lumen|
|replaces illuminant:||400 watt HQL / HQI lamp|
|power consumpt.:||196 watt|
|colour rendering (CRI):||RA >80|
|efficiency in lm/W:||70 lm/watt|
|power factor (cos phi):||>0.98|
|visible light output /watt (plm/W)::||148plm/W|
|firing time:||< 0,5 sec.|
|average life cycle:||> 60.000 hours|
|energy efficiency class:||A|
|time to reach full lumination:||directly|
|visible brightness-pupils lumen (plm)::||29600 plm|
|UV. or infrared emission:||low|
|Power supply:||230V / 50 Hz (from 100V up to240V)|
|Operat. temperature:||-30° to 50°C|
|tests / audits:||CE, EN 55015: 2006+A1 : 2007+A2: 2009, EN 60598-1: 2008+A11: 2009, EN 60598-2-1: 1989, EN 61547 : 2009, EN 61000-3-2: 2006+A1:2009+A2:2009, EN 61000-3-3: 2008, EN 60529: 1991/A1:2001 (IP65), RoHs|
|warranty:||standard legal regulations apply|
|Product weight:||5,70 Kg|
induction-light: commercial use
In April 2015 the import and production of mercury discharge lamps (HQL) / mercury-vapour lamps (HPMV lamps will be banned withing the EU.
We are experiencing an increased demand for efficient replacement technology such as induction-light and LED-light. Often mercury discharge lamps can be converted to induction-light by replacing the bulb and ballast inexpensively and quickly to modern and efficient induction-lighting.
Requirements for induction-lighting
The areas of application of induction lighting are versatile. Wherever reliability and maintainability is paired with low energy consumption is a must, induction lighting is an alterative:
- in high industrial buildings with hard to reach ceilings and commercial operations
- at airports (runway lighting )
- sales and showrooms rooms with high ceilings. Due to the very good color rendering and contrast light to induction lamps are ideal for use in exhibition and sales rooms
- on bridges at high altitude
- In tunnels
- Sports halls and arenas
- industrial complex
- shopping malls
- mining and underground work
- on tall buildings
In summary : In areas where the exchange of lighting is a huge hassle and circumstances and ongoing operation is difficult to interrupt .
More information on the subject of induction-lighting and a comparison with the LED technology on the following page
links about induction lighting:
report about induction-light on www.licht.de (long life low mantenance)