FuturoLighting Introduces The Aurora with Life Expectancy Over 50,000 Hours
Aug 19, 2011
FuturoLighting has unveiled its latest LED model the Aurora, an autonomous lighting system both energy-efficient and long-lasting with a life expectancy of over 50,000 hours.
The Aurora is equipped with highly sensitive PIR detectors which can differentiate between light and day, giving the user the ability to assign the threshold where the lights will adjust for the daily cycles. Motion detectors in the lighting system cause the LEDs to slowly increase in brightness when motion is detected and to progressively dim about 30 seconds after there is no movement. The product delivers "homogeneous lighting over the whole projection area," can save more than 50% on electricity consumption (compared to halogen and fluorescent lights) and has no mercury content. The Aurora is also low maintenance because of its long life (expected 12 years of regular home use) and because it requires nothing other than the usual dusting.
The Aurora was designed for under cabinet lighting such as in kitchens, smart illumination for galleries/museums, stair illumination, and architectural lighting.
Standby consumption = <0.05 W @ 24 V dc, <0,35 W @ 230 V ac
Power consumption = 12 W max @ 24 V dc
Lumen output = > 500 lm, >450 lx @ 0.5 m
Lm/W = >40
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Author: Rebecca Milne
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