Linear LED lighting modules can replace fluorescent lighting

Lighting, LED, Tridonic

Tridonic has developed compact linear LED modules that can be combined in lines to create strip lighting as an energy-efficient replacement or alternative to T5 or T8 fluorescent lighting. The Stark LLE modules measure 35 x 270 mm, and up to five can be operated with a single TALEXXconverter.

The inherent flexibility of the system, combined with terminals for fast wiring, makes these models easy to install in existing fittings. They are suitable for all optics — from louvres to diffuser types. Their versatility enables new design concepts to be created, including combinations with Stark QLE square LED modules.

LLE modules have a light output of 1250 lm for the 4000 K version, an efficiency of up to 97 lm/W and life of 50 000 h.

They are also available with a colour temperature of 3000 K. Colour-rendering index is greater than 80 and colour tolerance is MacAdam 4 SDCM.

These modules are compatible with DALI and DSI digital control interfaces and incorporate Tridonic’s switchDIM to enable dimming from a standard momentary action switch. The integral corridor function enables lighting output to be automatically controlled by presence detectors.

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