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A Busbar Babe

26 August 2016 | Updated 01 January 1970
 

Minimise Energy Lighting Technologies has added the OMS Prestige modular linear busbar LED System to its range of energy efficient lighting options.

Originally designed as a flexible and easily adaptable system for fluorescent T5s and T8s, this latest Prestige iteration now incorporates energy efficient LEDs. The beauty of Prestige is that both old fluorescent and new LED units are modular, compatible and easy to upgrade with new lamps and a range of accessories, significantly reducing the complexity and cost of switching to LED.

The system's modularity makes it ideal for complex lighting designs in industrial, warehouse, logistics, retail, education and leisure applications. Furthermore, as all past, current and future Prestige elements are compatible, the system simplifies upgrades, both now and for years to come.

The Prestige LED LSK system incorporates high performance LEDs with lens-only optics. The system can be specified in both surface mounted and suspended variants and incorporates eight standard configurations: three width options, three depth options and two asymmetric options.

In addition, the Prestige LED II system incorporates a diffuser, polished aluminium reflector and parabolic louvre. Again available in both surface mounted and suspended formats, Prestige LED II units can be specified in six standard configurations: two widths, two depths and two asymmetric.

The system has been designed for flexibility of application, allowing lighting designers to combine any Prestige luminaire variant in any configuration to deliver the desired lighting levels and effects. Further customisation is available by the easy addition of accessories including speaker systems, power outlets, emergency kits, energy saving sensors and track luminaires to highlight focus areas.

Suitable for use with any lighting management system, Prestige units have a very high system efficacy rating of up to 138 lm/W and offer a CRI of up to 80+ RA as standard, with options to tailor the system up to CRI 90+. All have a lifetime of 50,000 hours / L80. Based on 20 hours of operation per day, 365 days per year, typical of a supermarket. This equates to more than 6 years of reliable service, and can be extended with the use of presence sensors of similar.

Picture: the OMS Prestige modular linear busbar LED System

 

Article written by Cathryn Ellis | Published 26 August 2016

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