Jenoptik rolls increased-efficiency LED hall luminaire

Jenoptik rolls increased-efficiency LED hall luminaire

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The new Lucid arena pro LED luminaire from manufacturer Jenoptik is 25 percent brighter than the base type. A dimmable version supports building automation concepts.
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The Lucid arena pro was devised to provide lighting in taller buildings. It offers a 25 percent increase in brightness while consuming a mere 10 percent more power compared to the existing Lucid high bay model, which was developed to provide lighting for high racks and commercial buildings.

With its high energy efficiency, the Lucid arena pro outputs over 100 lumen per watt while keeping heat development and power consumption low. As a result, the number of luminaires needed in one building can be reduced considerably. Depending on the project, the luminaires promise short amortization periods of less than two years.

The Lucid arena pro industrial luminaire can be fitted with a DALI (Digital Addressable Lighting Interface) control system if this option is required, which makes it suitable for use in building automation concepts. The DALI control system allows users to make appropriate settings for scenarios such as timed lighting changes or variable workplace situations.

The new luminaire is available in two different versions: with an elliptical light cone for storerooms with aisles, and with circular lighting for factory buildings, sports halls and commercial premises. Customers have the choice of cool white, daylight white, normal white or warm white when selecting the color temperature. The luminaire is resistant to temperatures as low as minus 25 degrees Celsius; its metal heat sink prevents it from overheating in warmer surroundings. It has a lifespan of 60,000 operating hours, is low-maintenance and suitable for both new installations and conversion projects. It meets the requirements of protection class IP66.

Jenoptik will showcase the new Lucid arena pro at the upcoming efa trade fair for building systems and electrical engineering in Leipzig, Germany.

For more information visit https://www.jenoptik.com/en_home

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