3F FS PC LED
L x A x H
Electronic wiring 230V-50/60Hz, fuse
3F FS PC LED 1x4W-350 AM II
Construction characteristicsIlluminotechnical characteristics
Downward bilateral wide distribution.
Lifetime (L75/B10): 30000 h. (tq+25°C)
Lifetime (L70/B10): 50000 h. (tq+25°C)
Photobiological safety RG0 unlimited, risk exempt, in compliance with IEC 62471, IEC/TR 62778.Mechanical characteristics
Self-extinguishing V2 polycarbonate housing, injection moulded, RAL 7035 grey.
Stainless steel base for fast mounting and removal of the luminaire without tools (via 4 stainless steel side snap-lock clips), not suitable for direct wall mounting.
Flow recuperator in specular aluminium with superficial titanium-magnesium treatment, non-iridescent.
Diffuser in transparent self-extinguishing V2 polycarbonate, UV stabilised, injection moulded with smooth outer surface and differentiated prismatic inner surface.
Sealing gaskets between housing and diffuser in ecological anti-aging EPDM.
Diffuser safety seal with 2 luminaires on the side to attach it to the housing, in stainless steel.Electrical characteristics
In compliance with EN 60598-1.
Double insulated cables.
Feeding on the luminaire with cable FG16(O)M16 (ex FG7(O)M1) 2x1,5 mm² connected to IP67 mobile connector consists flush mounting box in UL94V0 self-extinguishing thermoplastic resin.
Gland M20x1,5 self-extinguishing polyamide.
- LED modules.
- Color initial tolerance (MacAdam): SDCM 4.
- housing in die-cast SG AI Si 2/GD 5076 aluminium alloy, with chrome-free protective treatment, RoHS 2002/95/CE compatible, painted with polyester resin powder, TGIC free, painted Ral 7035 grey for exterior use
- LED sources with different colour temperatures
- fluorescent sources
- connectors plug / socket
- different powers
Lighting for railway tunnels.
Luminaire with Fire Reaction Class 1 as per Italian Ministerial Decree of 26 June 1984 (Classification of reaction to fire and type-approval of materials for fire-prevention purposes).
Bilateral controlled distribution allows to optimise the lighting uniformity on pedestrian walkways.