Tamlite’s versatile LED range of luminaires

Tamlite, LED luninaires

Tamlite Lighting’s range of LED lighting systems provides the light quality required by schools and offices while delivering savings on energy and maintenance costs. Part of the 2020 portfolio of products for the projects and specification market, there are three ranges (Solo, Horizon and Prima). All provide comfortable, glare-free light.

These LED products have a colour-rendering index greater than 80, so colours appear crisp and undistorted. There is a choice of warm white (3000 K) or neutral white (4000 K). The Horizon range offers the option of tuning the light according to the time of year.

2020 Solo has a diffuser or optic louvre for suspended or ceiling mounting. There is a recessed version. The 45 W version has an efficacy of 84 lm/W. The 54 W version has an efficacy of 87 lm/W. The 36 W Horizon recessed direct/indirect LED module produces 3000 lm of light with an efficacy of 83 lm/W. Its colour temperature can be tuned from warm white (3000 K) to cool daylight (6200K).

The Prima surface-mounted linear system (pictured) is available with eight light outputs ranging from 20 W producing 2200 lm at 110 lm/W to the 108 W version producing 11 560 lm at an efficacy of 107 lm/W. Prima also has the options of PIR presence detection and dimming according to daylight levels.

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