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PHOTOMETRIC REPORTS:

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SSLED2430-XX3000K1474 LUSSLED2430-XX
SSLED2450-XX5000K1615 LUSSLED2450-XX
SSLED4830-XX3000K2784 LUSSLED4830-XX
SSLED4850-XX5000K3271 LUSSLED4850-XX

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SSLED-HF Series Bi-Level LED Lights

Sensor Strip High Frequency Sensor LED Series

A multi-purpose Bi-Level LED utility luminaire with internally mounted High-Frequency motion sensor featuring high quality LED arrays from leading component manufacturers. Ideal for stairwells, laundry rooms, compactor rooms, restrooms and a variety of other areas. Offered in 2′ and 4′ lengths (nominal). Designed to be a long lasting, low maintenance luminaire, units are standard with low glare diffuser.

Bi-level fixtures operate at a low standby light level, offering energy savings, safety and security with full light output instantly upon occupancy with areas fully lit only as needed. Motion sensor options include 2-circuit (bi-level 25% or 50% dim) or on/off . Sensors are available with optional ambient light sensor for daylight holdoff and choice of lens patterns providing maximum coverage for almost any application.

  • Universal Voltage 120-277V Std.
  • Emergency Battery backup available
  • Custom Tuning available for Specific Lumen Requirements
  • Built-in Daylight sensor
  • Choice of CCT’s (3000K-5000K)
  • 2′ and 4′ nominal lengths
  • UL listed, IBEW Union made
  • Meets Buy America Act (ARRA)
  • ADA Compliant for wall mounting
  • 4′ Models (120-277V) and 2′ (120V) 5000K – DLC Premium
  • 2′ (120V) 3000K, 3500K and 4000K – DLC Standard
 
High-frequency motion sensors can detect motion through many materials including glass, sheetrock walls, wood doors and the lens of a fixture, enabling the sensor to be hidden from view in most cases – consult factory to see if an HF sensor is the right fit for your application.
For best performance the sensor should be installed at 2-3m height for wall mounting and 1.8-2.5m for ceiling mount. Sensing pattern will vary based on the particular mounting method used.

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