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LUMIGEN UNVEILS NEW LED FLOODLIGHT

05-06-2014
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Lumigen LED has launched the new marine grade IP68 Floodlight with a broad range of industrial applications.

This innovative, sleek, industrial designed floodlight is constructed from aeronautical grade aluminium alloy with an 8 micron anodized coating.

A tempered glass lens safeguards the NICHIA LED chips and MeanWell driver.

The floodlight is IP68 rated and fully SGS tested for anti-corrosion, temperature

-40°C to 60°C, marine level vibration and dust/water.

The range includes 4 wattage variations from 80W to 150W, all with a 5-year warranty.

It is available in 65° and 110° beam angle and colour temperature of 3000K, 4000K & 5000K.

It has a high lumen output and excellent thermal management design coupled with multiple mounting options.

The IP68 Floodlight is ideal for marine, mining, oil & gas, cold rooms, petrol stations, parking lots and security.

 

Crisptech Pty Ltd

Ph: 07 3120 8700

www.lumigen.com.au

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