Siteco launches energy-efficient lighting package

Siteco, energy efficient lighting

Siteco’s Siluna ePlus is a complete range of energy-efficient luminaires and fluorescent lamps. The package combines high-efficiency optics, extended-life fluorescent lamps, long-life control gear and lighting controls. Luminaire efficiency is up to 87 lm/W with a typical lamp life of 45 000 h and control gear that can last 100 000 h. A 5-year warranty on lamps and control gear comes as standard. It is said to be efficient enough to compete with LED lighting.

With a colour-rendering index of Ra>80 and a colour temperature of 4000 K, Siluna ePlus produces a neutral, cool-white light. The high-efficiency optical assembly minimises direct view of lamps while directing light uniformly across its surface. The result is glare-free lighting.

Siluna ePlus is compatible with a range of lighting-control systems — including DALI, DSI, KNX and EnOcean. It exceeds the requirements of Part L and qualifies for Enhanced Capital Allowances.

Joseph Smith, head of sustainability with Siteco, says, ‘Rather than focusing solely on the efficiency of the lamp, Siluna ePlus has also optimised the efficiency of the luminaire and made it completely compatible with open lighting-control protocols.’

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