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Cetus3 / CETUS3 M 1000-840 EHF E3 RWH


Data Sheet

A low height, recessed LED downlight. Suitable for ceiling cut-outs Ø145-180 mm for easy refurbishments or fast initial installations. Remote, pluggable, Fixed output LED driver with DC functionality, adjustable 50-100%, NFC configurable with 3 hour, manual test, emergency lighting circuit. Body: die-cast aluminium for thermal management. Diffuser: polycarbonate, smooth reflector in white finish with wide beam. Reflector and trim: high quality, highly reflective polycarbonate. Class II electrical (this product is not earthed), IP43_IP20. Spring clips suitable for ceiling thicknesses from 1 to 35 mm. Complete with 4000K LED

For installation in concrete ceilings please contact sales

Dimensions: Ø195 x 100 mm
Luminaire input power: 11.3 W
Luminaire luminous flux: 1217 lm
Luminaire efficacy: 108 lm/W
Weight: 0.81 kg

Mode selection
  • Lamp position:STD - standard
  • Light Source:LED
  • Luminaire luminous flux*:1217 lm
  • Total emergency luminous flux:450 lm
  • Luminaire efficacy*:108 lm/W
  • Colour Rendering Index min.:80
  • Ballast:1 x 89800687 EM powerLED BASIC FX SC LiFePO4 32 W
  • Correlated colour temperature*:4000 Kelvin
  • Chromaticity tolerance (initial MacAdam):3
  • Rated median useful life*:L80 50000 h at 25 °C
  • Luminaire input power*:11.3 W Power factor = 0.88
  • Charging power:1 W
  • Dimming:FIX
  • Maintenance category CIE 97:C - Closed Top Reflector
  • LED
  • CE
  • NoIsol
  • GLedReP
  • 850°
  • Hfree
  • IK03
  • IP43_IP20
  • LLedReP
  • RG1
  • SC2
  • Ta = +5 to +25
  • UKCA


Photometric configuration


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