Components | LED Modules | Nov 30, 2017

Fulham Releases Linear High Output DC LED Modules

New from Fulham is a range of Linear High Output LED modules providing an efficient, easy to install solution for high lumen linear applications. Featuring the latest high-efficacy high-output LEDS the new range of Linear High Output LED modules from Fulham deliver up to 198 lumens per watt and are a cost-competitive alternative to the typical LED modules.

The LED board is mounted onto an aluminium extrusion to eliminate the need for additional heat sinks. They are available in CRI 80 and CRI 90, four power levels, three colour temperatures of 3000 K, 4000 K & 5000 K and easy clip-on diffusers & end caps, making them a simple, flexible solution for luminaire manufacturers or LED retrofit projects.

These new Linear High Output DC modules from Fulham are an energy saving alternative or replacement for T5 fluorescent high output lamps and are ideal for use in linear high bays, recessed and many other luminaire types. Push-in connectors allow these modules to be joined while maintaining equal LED spacing across the entire overall length giving complete flexibility in lighting installation lengths.

Modules are in 560 mm, 1120 mm and 1470 mm lengths and offer a wide variety of power ratings and lumen outputs, all with a full five year warranty.  All modules are optimised for use with Fulham drivers and HotSpot LED emergency systems.

Further information on Fulham’s new Linear High Output DC modules is available on +31 72 572 3000 by emailing europesales@fulham.com or visiting the company’s website at www.fulham.com

About Fulham:

With headquarters in California, Fulham is a global manufacturer and supplier of intelligent and socially-conscious sustainable lighting components for OEM lighting fixtures manufacturers.  The company engages in research, development and product innovation, has worldwide manufacturing, and employs 800 people in North America, the Middle East, Europe, and Asia.  Its lighting components are featured in many lighting manufacturers’ luminaires including commercial and industrial, emergency, signage, refrigeration and street lighting.

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