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K66-3340-BP2

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K66-3340-BP2 - luminaires with adaptive luminous flux. Luminaires of this series maintain illumination control in the zone of their direction diagram and regulate their own luminous flux and input power automatically according to redundant background illumination by other light sources. The regulative function is autonomous for each luminaire.

LEDs of DURIS E series by OSRAM Opto Semiconductors provide high-quality luminous flux in full compliance with the stated parameters including both light spectrum components and luminous flux stability throughout the whole operation period.

Metal case guarantees reliability and long lifetime. Case dimensions ensure the most rational variants in lighting.

Opal lightweight diffuser provides uniform light diffusion. The use of a diffuser made of high-quality material (polycarbonate) ensures the absence of surface yellowing during the luminaire operation period.

Driver modification is designed with account of the requirements of Resolution #992 of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine of October 15, 2012, to LED luminaires, purchased through competitive biddings announced by state organizations.

LED luminaire by VTN meets the requirements of  TU 27.4-13317508-012:2014, EMC Directive 2004/108/EC and Directive 2006/95/EC (LVD), EN IEC 60598-1:2014, EN IEC 60598-1:2002, EN IEC 60598-2-2:2007, EN CISPR15:2007, EN IEC 61547-2001, EN IEC 61000-3-2:2008, EN 61000-3-3:2012, GOST 17677-82. Warranty period for all LED luminaires is 5 years from the date of sale. Luminaire lifetime - 50 thousand hours.

Technical documents
Specifications:
Luminous flux: 
3300 lm
Color temperature: 
4000 К
Colour rendering index CRI (Ra): 
> 80
Power: 
23 W
Type of diffusor: 
Opal
Outer surface of the diffuser: 
Smooth
Input voltage AC: 
175 V – 265 V
Mounting: 
Armstrong
Power factor: 
No less than 0,90
Ripple factor of light: 
No more than 3%
Dimensions: 
595x595x45 mm
Weight: 
1,9 kg
Application:
Meeting halls,
Education institutions,
Hospitals,
Offices, business centers