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ZERA Bed 36/33 W - 89 W / 8690 lm

Order No.
D15844000-00747026
Technology
single switchable
Connected load
220-240V; 50/60Hz
Connected load
ca. 89 W
Luminous flux
ca. 8690 lm
Luminous efficacy
ca. 97 lm/W
Glare-free technology
freeform optic
 
Fitted with
LED module
Light color
ca. neutral white warm white
Color rendering (Ra)
≥ 80 & > 90
Color
aluminium (anodised)
Weight
6.9 Kg
Mains lead
direct power supply
Approval mark
Protection class
1

Luminaire type

LED wall mounted bed luminaire; free-form optic anti-glare technology

Applications

Resident and patient rooms

Mounting methods

Wall mounting with the help of a fastening rail

Special feature

  • general lighting & night light 3000 K
  • lighting for reading 2700 K
  • Switch for examination light left
  • Low voltage circuit breaker (LVC)
  • examination light 4000 K
  • examination light CRI >90

Tender texts

Wall-mounted luminaire ZERA Bed 36/33 W
fitted with: 4 x LED module
work equipment: electronic converter
connected load:
Power consumption: approx. 89 W
luminous flux: 8690 lm
light distribution: General light indirect 43 W lighting for reading direct 10 W night lighting indirect 3 W examination lighting direct 33 W
color rendering index (CRI): > 80 & > 90
consistent white light of: < 3 SDCM
System of protection: IP IP 20
class of protection: I
luminaire body
material: aluminium
colour: aluminium (anodised)
lamp cover: PMMA clear, PMMA satined
weight (net): approx. 6.9 kg
mains lead: direct power supply
Fastening: wall mount
Glare-free: freeform optic
norms: EN 60598-1, EN 60598-2-25
special features: general lighting & night light 3000 K, lighting for reading 2700 K, Switch for examination light left, Low voltage circuit breaker (LVC), examination light 4000 K, examination light CRI >90

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