Wholesale LED Track Lighting Fixtures
Product Name: Wholesale LED track lighting fixtures /
Product Code: HSL-TR30WE /
IP Rate: IP44 /
Power: 30 Watts /
Base Holder: 2 wires, 3 wires, 4 wires /
Input Voltage: AC 85-265VAC 50/60Hz /
Power Factor(PF): >0.9
LED driver: Isolated with glue protected
LED Source: COB Epistar chip
Lumen Flux: 3000LM +/-3%
Lumen Efficiency: 100lm/W
CRI (Ra): >80Ra or >90Ra
Beam Angle: 24 degrees
Color Temperature: WW, NW,PW,CW
Materials: Aluminium body + reflector + Glass cover
Body Color: White / Black
Wholesale LED track lighting fixtures
Features of Wholesale LED track lighting:
1) High brightness, low electricity consumption and color temperature.
2) Solid-state, high shock and vibration resistant.
3) No risk of mercury emission.
4) Vibration resistant Easy to transport and install.
5) Body with excellent thermal managing design.
6) Different colors for your select.
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Q: Can LEDs be damaged if hooked up backwards?
A: Yes, they can. LEDs are diodes and only allow power to pass in one direction. To ensure that you will get the most life out of our LED devices, we add additional circuits to prevent this from occurring in both AC and DC applications.
Q: How many lights can I install in a trapeze lighting system?
A: The number of lights you can install on a trapeze lighting system depends on the size of the transformer and the lamp wattage that you use. When using a 300VA iron core transformer you can install a maximum of 6 x 50W lamps or 15 x 20W lamps or when using a 200VA iron core transformer you can install a maximum 4 x 50W lamps or 10 x 20W lamps.
i.e. 6 x 50 = 300(VA) or 4 x 50 = 200(VA)
Q: What is L70 ？
A: L70 describes the brightness of an LED after a number of hours – often 50,000. If a product claims L70 after 50,000 hours, it means that after 50,000 hours of burning (nearly six years if the lights are on 24/7) the lights are now 70% as bright as they were when they were first installed. L70 doesn’t mean anything without the corresponding number of hours. You may also see terms such as L70 at 6,000 hours. Sometimes manufacturers will list L80 (or even L90) at 50,000 hours. This simply means that after 50,000 hours, the LEDs will be 80% (or 90%) as bright as they were initially. Be careful not to confuse L70 with LM79 or LM80.