Marl 742 Series LED Wallpack security floodlights

Thursday, 18 January, 2018 | Supplied by: Aerospace & Defence Products


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Marl’s 742 Series security floodlights offer a powerful yet controlled illumination pattern, drawing only 21 W with a typical power output of 1500 lm. They have a design life exceeding 10 years, based on a rated life of 50,000 h at 12 h continuous operation per day.

The product has been designed to offer an alternative to conventional light sources for security applications and is typically used to replace a 70 W SON fixture. Benefits include high optical performance and low heat generation, with a typical power saving of 50% as well as reduced ongoing maintenance and replacement costs, according to the company.

The optical design uses high-intensity LED light engines, which maximise efficiency, minimise light pollution and provide a defined area of high-quality white light (5200K and CRI 66 typical) to assist visual observation and CCTV performance. The standard unit operates from mains voltage (100 to 240 VAC) and could be customised to operate from low-voltage and sustainable power sources.

The rugged die-cast aluminium base unit, complete with polycarbonate lens diffuser, offers ingress protection to IP65 standard. It has an operating temperature of -20 to +45°C, with a wide viewing angle and options for wall or pole mounting.

Potential applications include perimeter lighting, security lighting, path lighting, architectural lighting, driveway lighting, industrial lighting, bay lighting, stair lighting and tunnel lighting.

Online: www.aerospacedefenceproducts.com.au
Phone: 02 9979 9001
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