Hot sale reasonable price FN-S02-200 200W LED Street Lighting Factory in Calcutta

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Specification Model FN-S02-200 LED Brand Philips LUXEON® TX//LG Driver Brand Meanwell HLG series Norminal Wattage 200W LED Module Quantity 7 modules Input Voltage 100-240/277VAC Power Efficiency >90% Power Factor >0.95 Lamp Rated Luminous Efficiency >110lm/w Lamp Rated Lumen output 22000lm (Lumen tolerance +/- 5%) Color Rendering Index Ra>70 Color Temperature 3000K,4000K,5000K,5700K Photometric Type Type I...


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Specification

Model

FN-S02-200

LED Brand

Philips LUXEON® TX//LG

Driver Brand

Meanwell HLG series

Norminal Wattage

200W

LED Module Quantity

7 modules

Input Voltage

100-240/277VAC

Power Efficiency

>90%

Power Factor

>0.95

Lamp Rated Luminous Efficiency

>110lm/w

Lamp Rated Lumen output

22000lm (Lumen tolerance +/- 5%)

Color Rendering Index

Ra>70

Color Temperature

3000K,4000K,5000K,5700K

Photometric Type

Type I Medium;Type II Medium;Type III   Medium,TypeV,Short

Optimal Operating Temperature

25°

Storage Temperatures

-40°C~50°C

Working Environment

Between-40°C~+50°C, 10%~90%RH

Total Harmonic Distortion

< 10%

Lumen Maintenance

> 100000 hours -L70, @25 ºC (77 ºF)

Wind Index

Force 12

Body and Shell Materials

Anodized Aluminum

IP Rating

IP66 with test report

IK Rating

IK10 with test report

Certification

CE,ROHS,GS,CB,UL,cUL,DLC,LM-79,SAA

Optional Function

1-10V DC or PWM Signal or Resistance   Dimming

Timer/Photocell Control

Warranty

5 years

Application

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