LED lighting for offices

Published:  04 April, 2013

Concord, LED lighting
Built-in occupancy and daylight sensing is a feature of Concord’s Officelyte LED luminaires for office lighting

Concord has added to its range of LED office lighting with the addition of the Officelyte LED Low Profile. It has a slim recess depth of just 95 mm and is a fully enclosed design. Typical lighting output is 90 lm/W (circuit watt) with up to 90% light output ratio. These luminaires meet the energy-performance requirements of Part L2A of the Building Regulations and the workspace lighting-quality requirements in the recently published EN 12464-2011.

BWF Satine Acrylic diffusers provide uniform light distribution. A master control luminaire comes with an occupancy and daylight sensor and can control up to 10 luminaires.

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