Products, Materials & Tools | May 15, 2014

LED-Based Floodlighting TALEXXengine STARK FLE: High Lumen Value and High Efficiency

Tridonic has developed the TALEXXengine STARK FLE LED system specifically for illuminating high-ceiling rooms. It consists of an LED module and corresponding converter and, depending on the size of the light-emitting surface (LES), offers impressively bright light of up to 10,000 or 18,600 lm under real operating conditions (tp = 65 °C). This highly efficient system has a long life of up to 50,000 hours.

Main Features:
•    Luminous flux range from 4,500 – 21,100 lm
•    High efficiency up to 142 lm/W for the LED module
•    High system efficiency up to 115 lm/W at tp = 65 °C
•    High colour consistency (MacAdam 3)
•    Excellent thermal management by COB technology
•    KTY 82/210 for temperature control
•    Uniform radiation with Dam&Fill technology
•    Fixing holes for M3 screws
•    Built-in LED module
•    Cooling required
•    Flexible operating mode
•    5-year guarantee

TALEXXengine STARK FLE is an LED floodlight system consisting of LED modules with an LES of 30 or 40 mm and appropriate dimmable or non-dimmable converters. Modules with an LES of 30 mm achieve a typical brightness of up to 10,000 lm; modules with an LES of 40 mm up to 18,600 lm. Behind these high lumen values lies powerful chip-on-mirror technology, which is also responsible for the high module efficiency of up to 142 lm/W for the LED module. System efficiency is as high as 115 lm/W under real operating conditions. Depending on the operating mode – high efficiency, standard or high brightness – luminous flux values of 4500 to 18,600 lm are possible. Quality of the light is high, with a colour rendering index greater than 80 at colour temperatures of 3000 and 4000 K, and greater than 70 for cold white light with a colour temperature of 6500 K. Reproducible constant colour rendering corresponds to MacAdam 3.

The 100 to 1% dimmable converters in the ECO series have an output of 100 W and are designed for LED operating currents of 900 mA to 1750 mA, or in the case of the industry version for operating currents of 350 to 900 mA. Integrated DALI, DSI and switchDIM interfaces and the corridorFUNCTION enable the light to be controlled via a digital control signal, standard switches or motion sensors. Converters without a dimming function are available with an output of 100 W or 240 W. The 100 W versions cover an operating voltage range of 900 mA to 1750 mA, and from 350 mA to 900 mA in the case of the industry version. The 240 W version covers an operating current range of 2250 to 4450 mA.

These properties make the LED system ideal for industrial building lighting, airports and shopping centers.

More information about the TALEXXengine STARK FLE can be found at
The datashet and a leaflet can be downloaded from Tridonic's TALEXXengine STARK FLE website.

About Tridonic:
For more than 60 years Tridonic has been a successful innovation driver on the lighting market. This pioneer of digital lighting control is not focusing its attention more and more on LEDs as the technology of the future. The broad offering for creating semiconductor-based and conventional lighting solutions ranges from individual components to complete systems. The focus is on LED systems comprising light sources and converters. An extensive portfolio of conventional control gear for different lamp types and light management systems rounds off the off the programme.
This global company is shaping the technological changes on the lighting market together with its strategic partners and places great emphasis on intensive and personal contact with its customers. The innovative product portfolio, in-depth application know-how and excellent service are aspects that luminaire manufacturers, architects, electrical and lighting planners, electrical installers and wholesalers all find impressive. Solutions based on components and systems from Tridonic meet the highest quality requirements for indoor and outdoor lighting in reference installations throughout the world.
Tridonic GmbH & Co. KG has its headquarters in Dornbirn in Austria. It is a subsidiary of the Zumtobel Group and has offices or partners in 73 countries. In the 2012 fiscal year more than 1,900 employees produced sales totalling 378 million euros. 9% of sales was invested In research and development.
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