Products, Materials & Tools | Dec 01, 2011

Zenaro Announces LED Modular Designs Poised to Replace Fluorescent Troffer Systems

LED lighting specialist Zenaro Lighting offers three different recessed light fixtures for recessed ceiling mount to challenge conventional fluorescent troffer products.

Zenaro’s OL-Deluxe series is a new energy-efficient solution for planners based on the company’s LED tube light modules. Using the directionality of LED light sources to attain high luminaire efficiency in combination with specular louvers to provide visual cut-off of the light source, these all new recessed luminaires offer significant energy savings while delivering high quality, glare free illumination.

Each luminaire in the OL series provides instant-on switching with zero flicker, and a 140° beam angle distribution. The square 623mm x 623mm QL2 luminaire delivers target illumination equivalent to typical 3 lamp 18W T5 luminaire when spaced in 8 foot centers, consuming 44W at a system efficacy of 75lm/W, delivering 2900lm in four color temperatures ranging from 3000K to 6000K CCT. The replaceable tube light modules provide a service life >35,000hrs L70. The longer 623mm x 1247mm QL4 luminaire delivers 5800lm >at 80lm/W consuming 88W, while the slim 1 x 4 BL4 310mm x 1247mm produces 2900lm at 44W, completing the line with the most popular commercial recessed modules.

Constructed from high reflectance white coated steel, with specular clear anodized louvers. A stiff frame surrounds the luminaire opening for secure installation in grid ceilings, or installation in hard ceilings with perimeter flange. Each luminaire includes its own 48VDC power supply to produce optimum efficiency and greatest safety. The LED tubular modules are mounted via standard T5 style sockets, and are easily replaced at the end of service life in the same manner as conventional fluorescent lamps.

The OL-Deluxe line is an efficient and attractive solution that delivers comfort and efficiency in a familiar package, well suited for commercial offices, health care facilities, school, production and retail facilities.

LED lighting produces the greatest savings and operational cost reductions in spaces where lighting is operated for long periods of time, such as corridors, factory spaces, and retail environments. Energy savings from 15% to 25% over typical T8 or T5 fluorescent systems, combined with long service life and strong illuminance performance makes the OL-Deluxe series an attractive choice.

About Zenaro Lighting:
Based in Kamp-Lintfort, Germany, and Boynton Beach, Florida/USA, Zenaro Lighting offers perfect lighting solutions for every need using the best LED technology available. Zenaro’s product range includes technically advanced and expertly crafted street, industrial, office and lifestyle lights as well as retrofit luminaires.
More information at www.zenarolighting.com

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