LED modules can replace fluorescent lamps

Tridonic, LED lighitng module

Tridonic has launched a square LED lighting module that can be used in any application where conventional linear or compact fluorescent light sources would historically have been used, to deliver significant energy savings. Each Stark QLE LED module is 270 mm square, and up to five modules can be run from one TALEXXconverter. They can also be combined with LLE linear LED modules to create a variety of novel designs or to replace existing fluorescent lighting while retaining the same fixtures. When replacing existing lighting, they are compatible with both diffuser and louvre optics.

QLE modules are available with colour temperatures of 3000 and 4000 K with an output of 1250 lm per module (4000 K version) and efficacy of up to 97 lm/W. Lamp life is up to 50 000 h. Colour rendering is >80, with a colour tolerance of MacAdam 4, ensuring consistent colour appearance.

Control options include DALI and DSI interfaces, as well as integral switchDIM for using mains voltage as the signal for digital dimming, and corridorFunction for controlling light output in relation to occupancy.

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