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Characteristics - Luminaire

The Skido luminaire has been developed to offer a compact and economic outdoor LED solution to replace - with proven advantages - luminaires fitted with compact fluorescent lamps.

Thanks to a low power consumption of 23W and excellent photometrical performances, the Skido is a very efficient tool for lighting residential roads, car parks, pedestrian areas and parks as well as offering surveillance lighting for industrial halls or office campuses, and government buildings.

Due to its well-thought design and quality materials, the Skido offers a much longer life span compared to fluorescent and compact fluorescent lighting solutions.

Effective LED alternative to compact fluorescent lighting

(*) according to SANS 60598 (**) according to SANS 62262

Optical compartment tightness level: IP 65 (*)

Control gear tightness level: IP 65 (*)

Impact resistance (glass): IK 07 (**)

Nominal voltage:w 198-264V - 50Hz

Electrical class: I (**)

Weight (total): 1.3 kg

Installation height: 3 - 6m

Materials: Body: Aluminium

Protector: Polycarbonate

Standard finish: RAL 7037 dusty grey

LED light sources

Correlated colour temperature (CCT): Cool white (5000K, CRI ≥70)

Wattage: 23W

Flux: 2281lm

Dimensions - Mounting

Main Applications

Ordering Data

Photometry

Light Distribution

Side-entry mounting Ø32mm to Ø42mm Fixation with 4 M8 screws

W

ø

H

L L 395 mm

H 54 mm

W 101 mm

Ø 32 to 42 mm

Description LEDs Line Current (A) LED Current (mA) Lumen Mass (kg)

SKIDO 23W 6 0.1 1 000 2 281 1.3

Overview Lifetime residual flux @ Tq 35˚C (**)

Number of LEDs Cool white (5000K) 6 LEDs @100.000h

LED Current: 1000mA Nominal flux (lm)* 2 281

70% Power consumption (W) 23

Residential street - Car park Pedestrian area - Park

LED Optic 5122

270°

90°

180°

(*) The nominal flux is an indicative LED flux @ Tj 25°C based on LED manufacturer s data. The real flux output of the luminaire depends on environmental conditions (e.g. temperature and pollution) and the optical efficiency of luminaire. The type of LED used is subject to change due to the ongoing rapid progress taking place in LED technology (**) In accordance with LM-80 TM-21

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