Products, Materials & Tools | Jun 28, 2010

Tridonic Introduces TALEXXengine SPOT and FULMEN

Two new additions to the TALEXX lighting systems from Tridonic are TALEXXengine FULMEN and TALEXXspot LED.

TALEXXengine FULMEN consists of an LED module, lens optics and a heat conducting mounting plate which, together, produce a suitable light source for spotlights and a direct, energy efficient replacement for LV halogen lamps in spotlights. The new TALEXXspot modules have been designed specifically for use in downlights or spotlights as a replacement for CFL's, LV halogen lamps or lower wattage metal halide lamps.

There are two TALEXXengine FULMAN options available, 15W and 27W , whilst a choice of lenses with 15° and 25° beam angles and colour temperatures of 3,000 or 4,200K, allow fine tuning of accent lighting. TALEXXengine FULMAN range offers two versions for 'warm' or 'cold' applications, each offering low energy consumption and no UV or IR radiation.

TALEXXengine FULMAN 15W can be used in conjunction with TALEXXconverter 0030 K700 to replace a 35W halogen lamp, whilst TALEXXengine FULMAN 27W together with 0030 K700 one4all can replace a 50W halogen lamp.

TALEXXspot LED's have durable components, a life of 40,000 hours and are suitable for exterior applications. There are three versions of the new TALEXXspot modules; TALEXXspot with 27 light points, TALEXXspot 3000 with 36 light points andTALEXXspot 4000 with 48 light points, all providing luminous flux of 2.000, 3.000 and 4.000 lm respectively.

These rectangular modules have compact dimensions of 55 x 40mm for the two larger versions and 40 x 30mm for the smaller, making them ideal for integration into compact luminaires. The two available colours of neutral white (4000K) and warm white (3000K) provide an excellent basis for targeted illumination.

These new products from Tridonic combine advanced, energy efficient technology to provide the user with an invaluable tool for a wide range of lighting projects.

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