Q2 LED floodlight for indoor and outdoor application
Modular floodlight composed by two Q units, it is a LED with clean and essential design usable both on wall or ceiling. Available in 150 W, 170 W and 200 W (external driver) versions, completed with bracket and goniometer.
Innovative and functional Led floodlight with an industrial appeal, it can be used for both indoor and outdoor. Completely manufactured in Italy, Q2 has been conceived to satisfy at best the needs of business and industrial areas, with modularity as distinctive feature. Q2 can be used, e.g., to light up commercial and industrial areas, warehouses, production areas and sport facilities. The LED light source (Lumileds) is available standard with 4000 K colour temperature, and with 3000 K, 5000 K or 5700 K upon request. Q2 has an high CRI coefficient of ≥ 80 and is available with symmetrical optics 15°, 30°, 60°, 90° or 120°, asymmetrical optics 45°, 55° or 60°. The body is made of die-cast aluminium and it is painted with polyester powder.
IP Protection grade
230 V AC 50 Hz / 220-240 V AC 50/60 Hz
Body in die-cast aluminum alloy UNI EN 1706 (Low copper content) painted polyester powder. With bracket painted steel and goniometer in technopolymer with anti-rotation block in die-cast aluminum and powder painted. Stainless steel screws AISI 304. Tempered glass sodium-calcium type, 5 mm thickness. 91% transparency is guaranteed. Silicone gaskets.
LED light source (lumileds) with different possibilities of colour temperature (standard Natural White 4000 K, 5000 K and 5700 K available on request). High coefficient of chromatic performance CRI≥80. PC optical optics. Available optics: symmetrical 15°, 30°, 60°, 90° or 120°, asymmetrical 45°, 55° and 60°.
External driver in Blank, dimmable or DALI version.
Voltage 220-240 V AC 50/60 Hz.
Operating temperature -40° + 45°.
Commercial areas; Industrial areas; Warehouses; Production areas; Sport facilities.
3000 K, 5000 K and 5700 K versions available on request.
External driver available on request in dimmable and DALI versions.
Decay of the luminous flux
≥100.000 hr L80B20