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96220715 / PR2000ZS4K

Data Sheet

Slim surface mounted LED luminaire. Electronic, fixed output control gear. Class I electrical, IP44. Body: white painted galvanised steel sheet. End caps: white plastic. Diffuser: frosted acrylic. Keyhole fixing positions Ø14mm for direct mounting to ceiling, wall or brackets. Fixing centres: mm. Two cable entries Ø19mm in the rear of the body. Grommets included. Electrical connection via 5 x 2 x 2.5mm² piano key terminal block. Fitted with high frequency sensor with on/off function for mounting height of up to 4m. This luminaire is suitable for small areas where one luminaire is sufficient. Please be aware, if used at maximum sensitivity, the sensor can detect through windows, doors and thin walls. The luminaire is not recommended to be placed outdoors or where material is moving, neither should it be exposed to vibrations. IP44 dust and moisture proof body extends application to canteens, cafeterias and kitchens. For stand-alone operation only. Complete with 4000K LED

Dimensions: 722 x 167 x 64 mm
Total power: 18.3 W
Weight: 2.1 kg

Mode selection
  • Lamp position:STD - standard
  • Light Source:LED
  • Luminaire luminous flux*:2013 lm
  • Luminaire efficacy*:110 lm/W
  • Lamp efficacy:110 lm/W
  • Chromaticity tolerance (initial MacAdam)*:4
  • Rated median useful life*:50000h L70 at 25°C
  • Ballast:1x HF_ SLIM/U
  • Luminaire input power*:18.3 W Lambda = 0.95
  • Dimming:TLD0
  • Maintenance category:D - Enclosed IP2X
  • LED
  • CE
  • D
  • EN 55015
  • 650°
  • IP44
  • SC1


Photometric configuration


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