Thor / TR 36L35-730 SC BPS HFX CL2 OP W6 L60E

96665284

Data Sheet

A small size, smart urban LED lantern with 36 LEDs driven at 350mA with Street & Comfort optic and UV stabilised polycarbonate dome with opal finish. Class II electrical, IP66, IK10. Body: die-cast aluminium (EN AC 46100) treated against corrosion, powder coated anthracite (close to RAL7043), bracket: die-cast aluminium (AS12U, EN AC-47100) treated against corrosion, powder coated anthracite (close to RAL7043). Enclosure: 6mm toughened flat glass. Screws and closing set: stainless steel. Pre-wired with 6m cable for mains and DALI control. Side entry mounting to Ø60mm spigot, tilt 0°, adjustable from -15° to +10°. Equipped with 50% power reduction circuit, effective 3 hours before and 5 hours after a calculated midnight. It can be deactivated at installation with an easily accessible internal switch. Complete with 3000K LED.

Dimensions: Ø459 x 171 mm
Luminaire input power: 45 W
Luminaire luminous flux: 5515 lm
Luminaire efficacy: 123 lm/W
Weight: 10.6 kg
Scx: 0.038 m²

Mode selection
  • Lamp position:STD - standard
  • Light Source:LED
  • Luminaire luminous flux*:5515 lm
  • Luminaire efficacy*:123 lm/W
  • Lamp efficacy:122 lm/W
  • Colour Rendering Index min.:70
  • Ballast 1:1 x 89800289 LCBU 10W 12V BASIC phase-cut sr
  • Ballast 2:1 x 96271178 DRV OS OT 60W 1.05A 115V D #1A0 4DIMLT2
  • Correlated colour temperature:3000 Kelvin
  • Chromaticity tolerance (initial MacAdam):5
  • Rated median useful life*:L90 100000h at 25°C
  • Luminaire input power*:45 W
  • Dimming:FO
  • LED
  • CE
  • ENEC
  • IK10
  • IP66
  • RCM
  • SC2 - Protection Class 2
  • Ta=25

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