3F FS PC LED
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ON/OFF 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 in compliance with IEC/TR 62778: RG0 risk exempt, (IEC 62471).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.
- Colour 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.