Illuminate every facet of your projects with the Luminetworx Linear Ambient Light, 10,200 Lm. It uses an array of led’s to give off a bright glow, illuminating a workshop, office, art studio or other space. The stylish design coordinates with other fixtures and decor, and the included chains make it easy to install. This Luminetworx shop light is also energy-efficient, helping to keep utility costs low.
Luminetworx 4′ Compatible LED Linear Ambient Light, 10,200 Lm:
- 10,200-Lm Linear Ambient light is easy to install
- Use in several different locations in the office or at home
- Provides bright light for daily activities and working
- Comes with stylish panels to complement your decor
- Luminetworx Linear Ambient light uses only 30W of power
- Highly energy efficient
- Includes chains for installation
|Fixture Type||Linear Ambient Light|
|LED Light Source||SMD 3030|
|Lamp Power||30 Watts|
|Lamp Luminous Flux (lm)||10200|
|Lamp Luminous Efficiency (lm/w)||170|
|Color Temperature (CCT)||Warm White|
|Working Temperature (℃)||-20 -55|
|Working Lifetime (Hour)||60000|
|Lamp Body Material||Aluminum Alloy|
|Certification||CE, Energy Star, RoHS, SAA, UL|
|Place of Origin||China|
|LED Chip||SMD 3030 LUMILEDS|
Products Technical Data: Acrylic housing allowing more light and an elegant two-sided cover to avoid light leakage. Multiple beam angles 30/60/90 options and Asymmetric 25/30 and frosted Lens design with soft light
Direction for operation:
1.Confirm the rated voltage before the installation to keep the product from being damaged.
2.Cut off the power until the installation is finished.
3.Contact us when any problems happen, never open the product without permission.
4.Basic electronic knowledge or professional indication is needed for operator.
5.Product surface temperature control during normal operation environment within 65 ℃, the bad environment to reduce product life cycle.
6.Never use the product in a humid environment.
Warranty replacement excludes certain types of physical damage such as fire, flood/moisture, or tampering (in the circumstance that a fixture is improperly removed from its mount or connection causing it to fail).