Noxion LED Panel Louvre Excell G2 60x60cm 4000K 34W UGR<15 Gloss Reflector | Cool White - Replaces 4x14W
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Specifications Noxion LED Panel Louvre Excell G2 60x60cm 4000K 34W UGR<15 Gloss Reflector | Cool White - Replaces 4x14W
Description Noxion LED Panel Louvre Excell G2 60x60cm 4000K 34W UGR<15 Gloss Reflector | Cool White - Replaces 4x14W
- UGR <19
- Long lifespan and warranty
- Energy label: A++
- Gloss reflector
- Cool white light
- High power factor
- High-quality driver
Lighting plays an important part in any workplace because it affects the concentration level and performance of employees. Glare from surfaces like computer screens can also be problematic which is why lighting fixtures for offices should have a UGR (Unified Glare Rating) of <19. All of Noxion's Louvre Excell G2 LED panels are suitable for offices.
Long lifespan and warranty
With a lifespan of 70,000 hours, these LED panels will last up to 20 years in the workplace. That's more than 5x longer than fluorescent lighting, on average. A 5-year warranty is also included.
Energy label: A++
These 60x60cm LED panels replace four 14-watt fluorescent tubes that use 56 watts in total. The LED panels only use 34 watts, however, saving you 22 watts (40%). That's why these fixtures have been given the most energy-efficient label rating of A++.
This LED panel has a gloss reflector that directs light straight down.
Cool white light
The colour temperature of 4000 Kelvin emits a cool white light. It's perfect for office lighting because it helps to keep employees focussed and alert.
High power factor
The term power factor refers to the amount of current that is needed to transfer a certain amount of useful power to a device. The lower the power factor, the more current is required. These top-quality fixtures have a high power factor which means less electricity is wasted, making them a greener choice too.
This fixture uses a high-quality Philips driver. It provides stable power which is better for LED lighting as well as overall efficiency. It also ensures a modest peak in power when the fixture is switched on.