Here is our line of industrial lighting. All three series are designed and manufactured by us.
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There aren’t many variables for a conventional LED industrial luminaire. LEDs, at least as far as the 3-4 best manufacturers worldwide are concerned, are more or less all the same, the same can be said for power supplies. So what can you do to improve efficiency? The easiest way is to just write it in the catalogs, as many do, reporting efficiencies of 140 or 150 lumen W which in reality refer only to the LEDs, without taking into account the losses due to the temperature, the lenses, the glass for power supplies. Losses which, added up, range from 20% for simple fixtures, without lenses and with direct mains power supplies, to 32-33% for fixtures equipped with lenses, glass and ballasts with primary/secondary insulation (as common sense recommends). Another solution is to use low-power plastic LEDs, which are the most efficient but have a short life (20-30,000 hours with 30% flow losses). The third way is to create innovative products, such as our.
Our industrial products differ in:
- silicone optics
- self-dimming (in products that are equipped with it)
- constant flow with variable power
Find the explanations by clicking on the tab of the wording in the various products.
Another feature of our LUXLED lighting fixtures for industrial lighting is the location of the various elements;
in our competitors, in the typical construction of LED lamps, the LEDs are installed on the lower side of a printed circuit board whose upper side is in contact with a heat sink, generally in finned aluminium. This solution has many disadvantages: deposit of dust, minimal air circulation, less radiation, difficulty in cleaning, resulting in a reduction in heat dissipation; overheating; reduction of the life of the LEDs.
In Lux LED luminaires, heat dissipation occurs through the entire body of the luminaire and on all surfaces; in particular the lower one which is the one that does not get dirty; it has more air circulation; it has no ceiling obstructions and is in direct contact with the LEDs.
This, together with the fact that the LEDs are distant from each other and distributed over the entire surface, guarantees excellent heat dissipation and a uniform temperature. Here too, electronics play their part. In all fixtures, especially those with a circular or square shape, the central LEDs are the most subject to overheating.
LuxLED, in addition to having spaced out the LEDs, has adopted electronic temperature compensation.
In practice, a current slightly lower than the average is supplied to the central, hotter LEDs, and a higher current to the outermost, therefore cooler, LEDs. With this solution, all LEDs are guaranteed an equal life and a uniform decay.