SmartArray Dim2Warm Q3+1 5000K-2000K
SmartArray series is a product line aimed specifically at luminaire manufacturers. The series impresses with an outstanding price-performance ratio, high efficiency and excellent photometric properties.
The SmartArray Q3+1 Dim2Warm is characterized by another special feature. When dimming down, the colour temperature changes. This is done by an intelligent circuit depending on the operating current. This current variation is generated by most phase-controllable current sources with a phase-angle dimmer. When dimming down, this achieves a colour behaviour similar to that of an incandescent lamp - warmer light with reduced brightness. The great advantage of Dim2Warm technology is that no additional control unit is required.
The Nichia LEDs used in the 3-Step MacAdam binning provide excellent efficiency of up to 114 lm/W. With a power of 3W, luminous fluxes of up to 347lm are achieved on the 13.5x13mm LED module. With this performance in the smallest possible space, the Plug&Play module can be used for a wide range of applications, from designer lamps to high-performance industrial luminaires. The cut-outs on the printed circuit board for screw fixing and the double-sided heat-conducting adhesive pad allow for easy and installation-friendly mounting.
- Dim2Warm technology = light bulb-like colour temperature behaviour when dimmed down .
- colour temperature: 5000K to 2000K
- Constant current LED module (350mA)
- Typical efficiency of up to 114lm/W
- typical luminous flux of up to 315
- Natural colour rendering with a CRI >80 .
- Very small dimensions: only 13.5x13x3mm
- Easy mounting thanks to recess for screw fixing
- Double-sided, thermally conductive adhesive pad
- Equal white light through Nichia Binning (3-Step MacAdam)
- Long service life with 3 years warranty
- replacement for COB modules
- Ideal for lighting manufacturers and industrial applications
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