Aztech introduces LF210 2-feet linear LED Luminaire

May 26, 2010
Date Announced: 26 May 2010 Aztech LF210 is a 2-feet Light Emitting Diode (LED) Surface Mounted Lighting Fixture for general lighting applications such as corridors, staircases and walkways. It is a perfect replacement for 2-feet T8 fluorescent tube luminaries. With a power consumption of 12W, it has 3 main components – LED Module, Power Supply Unit (PSU) and Lamp Holder.General Specifications (Lighting Fixture)Operating Input Voltage: 220 – 240 Vac, 50/60HzLuminous Flux: >600 lmElectrical Power Consumption: <12WOperating Temperature: 0 to 40 CStorage Temperature: -40 to 80 COperating Humidity: >90% (RH)Dimension: 601mm (L) x 60mm (W) x 78mm (H)LED ModuleNo. of LEDs: 6 pcsColour Temperature: 6530 +/-510 KColour Rendering Index: >65Luminous Flux: >600 lmOperating Input Voltage: 16 – 21.6 VdcOperating Input Current: 450mA (constant current)Interface Connector: IP67 DC Plug (male)LED Module IP Rating: IP54Lamp Holder UnitBase Material: Electro-galvanized metal SECC with 120g/mm2 Zinc density with PR12 powder coatingPower Supply Unit (PSU)Operating Input Voltage: 220 – 240 Vac, 50/60HzPower Factor: >0.9Efficiency: >75%Output Voltage: 24Vdc +/-5% (no load voltage)Output Current: 450mA (typical) constant current modeOutput Power: 10W (max)Protection Mechanism: Over Voltage / Over CurrentIP Rating: IP54Interface Connector: IP67 DC Jack (female)In Singapore, Aztech has been awarded a tender by Jurong Town Council to supply and install Aztech LF210 at void decks, stairways and corridors of selected housing blocks in Jurong Town Council.This project marks the first in Singapore to deploy eco-friendly, energy-efficient LED lighting for public housing. The customised LED lights consume less power and will help the town council save up to S$1.1 million in electricity bills annually. In a trial conducted in December 2008, LED lights yielded a 52% energy savings over a 10-month period compared to fluorescent lights. LED lights are also brighter and can last about 50,000 hours or 10 years, compared to 10,000 hours for fluorescent lights. During the trial, the town council did not receive any complaints from residents.The selection of LED lighting provider was through a stringent process to address the council’s concerns and Aztech was selected due to its R&D capability and ability to meet the stringent requirements. The other 14 town councils in Singapore have been encouraged to adopt LED lights for their housing estates as well.The LED lighting project will be Singapore's first Programmatic Clean Development Mechanism (P-CDM) project in the United Nations. P-CDM is a mechanism created to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and contribute to sustainable development. This would allow the town council to trade in carbon credit for the savings in energy.

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