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        DuraLED well glass is designed to replace traditional well glass up to 70 W with only 50% of the load for similar illumination. It is a perfect LED solution for outdoor application and industry of harsh condition like power plant, metal and non-hazardous areas in the chemical and petrochemical industry. Compared to conventional HID well glass, it improves reliability and comfort, while reducing energy and maintenance costs dramatically. DuraLED well glass comes with two different mounting options: wall bracket (2 types) and Eye-bolt and comes with two colour temperatures and two lumen outputs.


        Suitable for use in harsh industrial environments
        Outstanding energy efficiency leads to lowering ROI
        Comfortable diffused light
        High quality material and design leads to longer life class for luminaire


        Ingress Protection – IP65
        Impact Resistance IK08
        Inbuilt encapsulated Potted Driver
        Designed for operations in diverse environment from 0 ˚C to 45 ˚C
        Life class is 50,000 hours (L70B50 @ Ta 45 ˚C)
        The pressure die-cast housing offers excellent corrosion resistance and robustness
        System efficiency >120 lm/W
        High Voltage Cutoff @ 325 ± 15 V with the Auto Restart feature
        440 V protection for 8 hrs. (Phase to Phase)
        Internal Surge Protection 4 KV
        CRI>80; comfortable lighting with low-glare ratings


        Harsh Industry Applications

        Warning & Safety

        Meant for use in Indoor Industrial environment only
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