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  • Base: 96261239 — <CHAMPION 2KW HQITSL CL1 WI
  • Geartray: 96012190 — GB IP65 2KW 380-415V HIT-DE NI

Data Sheet

A high performance asymmetrical discharge floodlight for 1 x 2000W Light Source: 1 x HIT-DE OSL / 2000W lamp. magnetic. Class I electrical, IP66 optical and gear compartment, IK08. Body: unpainted die-cast aluminium. Enclosure: 4mm toughened flat glass. Luminaire fixed by single bolt through Ø22mm central hole, or twins bolts through Ø15mm holes at 200mm centres. Cable gland for Ø7.5 to 13mm cable. Aiming via integrated sights. Ideal for sports field and stadium lighting. Complete with ignitor. Gear tray to be ordered separately. Lamp to be ordered separately.

Luminaire input power: 2075 W
Dimensions: 635 x 674 x 456 mm
Weight: 19.24 kg
Scx: 0.185 m²

Equipped with:

  • IP65 gear for 1 x 2000W Light Source: 1 x HIT-DE / 2000W lamp sports floodlights, to be installed remotely in pole or dedicated cabinet. Contains pre-wired ballast and capacitors for the good ignition and operation of floodlight, ignitor not included. Resin encapsulated power supply unit. Connections via cable glands, compatible with 7-14mm HO7RN-F cable, and screw terminals Suitable with Champion, Mundial and Altis floodlights, in both standard and hot restrike ignition modes. Weight: 23.5 kg
Mode selection
  • Lamp position:V2
  • Light Source:1 x HIT-DE OSL / 2000W
  • Luminaire luminous flux*:163680 lm
  • Lamp luminous flux:1 x 220000 lm
  • Luminaire efficacy*:79 lm/W
  • Lamp efficacy:106 lm/W
  • Ballast:1x MAG
  • Luminaire input power*:2075 W Power factor = 0.98
  • HIT-DE
  • CE
  • EAC
  • IK08
  • IP66
  • Coastal_C3
  • RCM
  • Electrical class I


Photometric configuration


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