Efficient induction-light conversion kit for existing 300W mercury-vapour lamps (HPMV lamps)
This conversion kit allows you to convert HQL hall radiator with energy efficient and long lasting induction-lighting. These are a direct replacement for 260 watt HQL lamps .
The HQL lamp and the ballast can be easily removed and replaced by the induction lamp and the electric ballast. The ballast is mounted in the luminary and is thus better protected against external influences. The HQL lamp itself can be reused, but should first be cleaned. The elliptical shape of the induction lamp uses the existing reflectors of the HQL hall radiator in a perfect manner.
Keep the HPMV lamp body and replace with induction-light
A conversion is quite easy to do (15-20 minutes), but should be done by a qualified electrician. See also our conversion video.
The 150 watt induction lamp conversion kit for existing HQL 300w ligths can be offered with 2700K (warm white ) or 5000K ( daylight white ) color temperature. The induction lamp produces a luminous flux of 10500 lumens (70 lumenm / watt ) and starts in less than 0.5 seconds at high contrast and uniform light.
It produces a very good color reproduction, coupled with low glare values. In addition to industrial and commercial buildings, it can therefore be used in commercial premises with high ceilings.
Energy saving, long-lasting induction-light with less maintenance
With a lifespan of over 60,000 hours (7 years continuous operation) the induction-lighting is durable and saves maintenance costs in building management. It minimized frequent relamping at high altitude.
You have questions about our induction-light conversion kits for HQL 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 kits for mercury-vapour lamps|
|color temperature:||5000 Kelvin 2700 Kelvin|
|luminous flux:||10500 lumen|
|replaces illuminant:||300 watts HQL / HQI lamp|
|power consumpt.:||146 watt|
|colour rendering (CRI):||RA >80|
|efficiency in lm/W:||70 lm/watt|
|power factor (cos phi):||0.95 cos phi|
|firing time:||< 0,5 sec.|
|average life cycle:||> 60.000 hours|
|time to reach full lumination:||directly|
|UV. or infrared emission:||low|
|dimension electronic ballast:||l: 150mm w: 100mm h:50mm|
|dimensions illuminant:||l: 215mm w: 120mm ellipse|
|Power supply:||230V / 50 Hz (from 100V up to240V)|
|Operat. temperature:||-30° to 50°C|
|tests / audits:||CE, EMV, EN 55015, EN 61547, EN 61000-2-3, EN 61000-3-3, RoHS|
|warranty:||standard legal regulations apply|
|Product weight:||1,50 Kg|
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)