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Tesis for LED by Erco

Tesis for LED by Erco
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A special capillary barrier prevents water from penetrating the luminaire through the cables and as a result from reducing its life. The Tesis LED additionally meets the standard required for luminaires that are driven over by vehicles: the in-ground luminaire can withstand a weight of up to 5 tons. The standard of precision developed by ERCO over the years for the indoor area now carries over outdoors: Inside the sturdy housing, Tesis features precise photometrics that would meet even the complex requirements of museum lighting. Be it uniform wallwashing or accent lighting – Tesis guarantees efficient and reliable outdoor lighting based on innovative LED technology. Its range includes uniform lens wallwashers for applications such as façade lighting, along with point-light directional luminaires and wide-beam uplights for dramatic lighting effects on objects such as trees. As a wallwasher Tesis is a highly efficient tool for vertical illuminance and allows luminaires to be spaced up to 1.5 times the offset from the wall. With excellent glare control, the in-ground luminaires excels with a meticulously thought-out design and precise light distributions. The Tesis luminaires are available in round or square version to meet different architectural and lighting concepts. Their shallow recess depth ensures uncomplicated installation.

Lens system: Spherolit lens system;
Light distributions: Narrow spot, spot, flood, wide flood, oval flood o wallwash;
LED module: High-power LEDs on metal core PCB;
Light colours: warm white or neutral white, 3000 - 4000K;
Protection mode: IP68;
Control gear: Switchable or DALI dimmable;
Housing: PSpecialised GRP polymer.

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