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IDEC launches dedicated LED lighting website

21 July 2011

The use of LED technology for work place and machine illumination is seen as the way forward. Over recent years IDEC has established itself as a leader in this field and now launches a dedicated web site ( to help users review the company's products. Key features, such as long life and low power consumption, help the user in the decision making process. One such product, for use in heavy duty applications, is the LF1D & LF2D series.

These illumination units are the brightest in their class at up to 67.2 Lumens/Watt and have options with reinforced glass, bringing to the table an impressive IP67f degree of protection against water, dust and oil, and thus making them perfect for machine tools or outdoor equipment. Alternatively, a polycarbonate plastic cover can be chosen with IP67 degree of protection, ideal for food processing applications. The LF1D Series retains 70% of its initial luminance at 50,000 hours.

These 24Vdc light strips are Cool White (Temp: 5700K) and are offered in slim (10 x 1 LED array) or wide (7 x 2 LED array) formats. Contained within a sturdy die-cast aluminium housing and stainless steel front cover, they are also RoHS compliant and mercury-free.

Two cable options are available: side connection and back. Removable direct plug-in terminal block and spring clamp connections ensure a high-quality connection, making installation easy.

For complete specifications or additional information on LF1D & LF2D light strips or other LEDs in the LUMIFA family, click here.  

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