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Lumitronix Introduces LED Module Series for Ledil Daisy Optics

The LED specialist Lumitronix from Baden-Württemberg has produced three special LED modules which are compatible with the lenses of the Daisy series by Ledil. As Ledil's official distributor, the Swabian company was able to develop the modules in close cooperation with the Finnish optics manufacturer.

Daisy is a linear solution for office and workplace lighting with a seamless and glare-free cover in combination with effective lenses. The special optics are available with four, seven and 28 lenses each and the corresponding shades in black and white. A particularly practical feature is that the plastic shades can be clicked onto the lenses.

The Tunable White LED modules from Lumitronix were manufactured in the lengths 156x28 mm, 274x28 mm and 559x28 mm and were equipped with 16, 28 and 56 LEDs of the 757 series from world market leader Nichia in the colour temperatures 2700 and 4000 K respectively. Together with the rod lenses of Ledil's Daisy family, the modules are first and foremost suitable for use in office and workplace luminaires. They can also be used in public spaces and halls. Furthermore, variants of the modules can be manufactured with the full spectrum LEDs Optisolis (Nichia) and SunLike (Seoul Semiconductor/Toshiba Materials) on request.

For additional information, please visit b2b.lumitronix.com/en/

About Lumitronix:

Lumitronix has been one of the leading specialists for LEDs and LED products for many years. As a competent partner for the industry, Lumitronix offers a broad application knowledge from numerous industries. The Swabian company based in Hechingen has ISO 9001 certification and is also an official distributor of market-leading manufacturers of LED technology. Lumitronix does not only deal with the distribution of LED products, but also develops and manufactures in-house according to customer-specific requirements. Quality Made in Germany.

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