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VIVAA Ring VTL C 600 - 101 W / 13000 lm

Order No.
D15793000-00724550
Technology
continuously dimmable
Connected load
220-240V; 50/60Hz
Connected load
ca. 101 W
Luminous flux
ca. 13000 lm
Light distribution
direct/indirect
Direct component
ca. 44 %
Glare-free technology
without
UGR
≤ 21
 
Fitted with
LED
Light color
ca. adjustable white
Color rendering (Ra)
≥ 80
Color
Stainless steel/pure white
Weight
8.1 Kg
Mains lead
direct power supply
Approval mark
Protection class
1

Luminaire type

LED suspended luminaire; acrylic white satin cover

Applications

Common rooms and waiting rooms

Mounting methods

Suspended ceiling mounting (wire rope connection)

Special feature

  • Acryl white satined
  • DALI version
  • Suitable for emergency lighting units according to EN 50172
  • visual timing light

Tender texts

Suspended luminaire VIVAA Ring VTL C 600
fitted with: LED
work equipment: electronic converter
connected load:
Power consumption: approx. 101 W
standby: approx. 0,15
luminous flux: 13000 lm
light distribution: direct/indirect
direct ratio: approx. 44 %
light colour: adjustable white, ca. 3000-6500 K
color rendering index (CRI): > 80
consistent white light of: < 3 SDCM
System of protection: IP IP 20
class of protection: I
luminaire body
material: stainless steel
colour: Stainless steel/pure white
lamp cover: Acryl white satined (PMMA)
weight (net): approx. 8.1 kg
mains lead: direct power supply
Fastening: ceiling fastening (pendel)
Accessory: module for light management, light decor foil
Glare-free: without
unified glare rating: < 21
Room height: 270 - 370 cm
ceiling clearance: 50-150 cm
norms: EN 60598-1, EN 60598-2-25
special features: Acryl white satined, DALI version, Suitable for emergency lighting units according to EN 50172, visual timing light

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