|Powder Coated Steel
|In Australia the Input voltage is defined as 230Vac -6%/+10%. This effectively means that the voltage range of these products are 216Vac - 253Vac or 240V +6%
|Standby power for non-maintained/switched maintained emergency devices is measured when the light is off and the charger is in standby mode. For maintained emergency devices, standby power is measured when the light is on and the charger is in standby mode. Typically, charging occurs for the first 16 hours after the device is powered or after a battery discharge.
|Inbuilt Mains Rated DALI Switch
|A Terminal input has been provided to allow the wiring of a Main rated switch input. This input can be programmed to switch any controlled area when using a DALI-2 compliant control system. This input supports IEC62386-301 (momentary or rocker switches), IEC62386-302 (on /off switches) and IEC62386-303 (mains rated sensor inputs).
|Working Temp Range
|0 to 40 °C
|Macadam Steps (SDCM)
|3-step MacAdam Ellipse
|Full support for DALI-2 DT8 has been provided which allows White colour control on a compliant DALI-2 control system. This function can be used to set a desired colour or to transition between colours depending on the time of day.
|Colour Rendering Index (CRI)
|This is the Reported LED Lifetime in Hours based on TM-21. Ektor does not list the projected or calculated LED lifetime, which is normally longer as TM-21 Addendum B explicitly states "The Calculated and Projected Lp(Dk) are not to be reported". This Lifetime refers to the life of a single LED however the system life is longer since the probability and binomial distribution of all LEDs in the system means that the average led is performing above the specification and compensates for the LEDs falling below.
|LED Lifetime Ratings (Failure rate & lumen depreciation)
|This rating defines the performance of the led within its lifetime. L relates to lumen depreciation, where the proceeding number gives the resultant lumen output at the end of it reported lifetime. L70, would mean 30% lumen depreciation which means 70% of its initial output and is tested accordingly to TM-21. The B part refers to failures, which can be define as the percentage of LEDs which fall below the L value in the projected lifetime. A value of B10 refers to 10% failure and a value of B50 refers to 50% failure. After the defined lifetime, the system will reach the defined lumen depreciation and the average led failures is defined by the B rating. The B rating is defined in and tested to IEC62717.
|TM-21 Test Hours
|3000 to 6500
|All photometric data has a tolerance of ±10%. Luminaire lumens refers to the exit lumens or delivered lumens from the luminaire.
|DALI DT1 and DT8 Dimmable
|DALI DT8 Dimmable
|Dimmable ~ Includes DALI-2 Driver with full support for DT1, DT6 and DT8-tc allowing flicker free dimming and colour control with compliant DALI-2 Application controllers.
DALI DT8 ~ Includes DALI-2 Driver with full support for DT6 and DT8-tc allowing flicker free dimming and colour control with compliant DALI-2 Application controllers.
|DALI Device type 51 power monitoring
|Inbuilt DALI-2 support for Device type 51 - Power monitoring for use with DALI-2 compliant control systems which allows the reporting of the products total power consumption for power aggregation and measurements.
|Re-wireable terminal block (6 pin)
Sensor (S suffix)
|Adjustable Detection Area / Sensitivity 
|Adjustable Hold Time 
|Adjustable Standby Level 
|Adjustable Standby Period 
|Corridor Function 
|Dawn Reset 
|Detection Range 
|Dusk Mode 
|Lux Adjustment 
|Manual Override 
|Sensor Communication 
| Inbuilt DALI-2 Sensor for use with DALI-2 Compliant control systems. Some features and functions are only available for use with DALI-2 Application controllers which support the features. This product also supports a standalone mode for limited use without a DALI-2 application controller.
Emergency (EM suffix)
|Replacement Battery Code
|DALI Monitored (DT1)
|DALI Monitored ~ Supports Emergency test and monitoring over DALI (IEC62386) with full compliance to IEC62386-202.
|Emergency Lumen Output
|Emergency Output Power
|Product Design Life
|The product design life relates to the total product life which includes LEDs, drivers and the enclosure. This is different to the LED lifetime which only refers to the economical lifetime of the LEDs at which time the lumen output has dropped below the L Value. The product design life is calculated at the maximum ambient or working temperature of the product and takes into account the Daily Use.