Chalmor demonstrates Brilliance in lighting

Published:  15 October, 2005

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Long life and high light output in high spaces — Chalmor’s Brilliance luminaires.

Chalmor’s Brilliance high-output, energy-efficient light fitting is designed to offer low maintenance with an operating life of 20 000 h before relamping is required. Standard models come with a 5-year warranty on control gear.

Fitted with four 54 W T5 linear fluorescent lamps, Brilliance has an output of 20 000 lumens, with a cool-white colour temperature of 4000 K as standard and a range of lamp colour-rendering options.

These fittings are well suited for high spaces, and the high light output enables fewer fittings to be used.

These luminaires can be specified for dual switching, so that half the lamps can be turned off when lower light levels are acceptable. The use of dual control gear ensures that half the lamps remain lit if the control gear fails.



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