The INA lamp is characterized by its robust cooling, which ensures optimal heat outlet and light cooling. This ensures its long operational life and significant energy savings – the operational life of the light is more than 60,000 hours and its savings add up to 60%.
Renowned Osram LED chips placed in a ceramic casing provide a low decrease of luminous flux during the lamp’s life cycle. The power efficiency of the lamp is up to 110 lm/W with light temperatures of 4,000 K and a color rendering index larger than 80. The lamp is preprogrammed for a stable luminous flux during its entire life cycle.
Installation of the lamp is simple – it is hung with the help of a mounting lug. Other benefits of the lamp include: no production of UV rays, no attraction of insects, the lamp is environmentally safe, does not require any maintenance and its use does not come with problems related to delayed starts, flashing lights or radio interference.
Lighting regulation systems (DALI/DSI) are optional and as well as integrated motion sensor for turning the lamp on/off or dimming it.
The lamp comes with an extended 3-year warranty.
LED Low Bay Light INA Parameters
|MODEL||INA 51 W||INA 96 W
|Size||410 × 495 × 230 mm|
|Input Voltage||AC/DC: 230 V/50 Hz|
|Input||51 W||96 W|
|Light Flux||(WW)*||5,021 lm||9,632 lm|
|(NW)*||6,390 lm||12,256 lm|
|Beam angle||70° (PC), 40° or 90° (F)|
|Light Flux Temperature||3,000 K, 4,000 K and 5,000 K|
|Color Rendering Index||> 80 CRI (Ra)|
|Operation Temperature||5 °C ~ 35 °C|
|Operation Time||> 60 000 hours|
|Power Factor||≥ 0,95|
|Diffuser Material||polycarbonate (PC) or facet (F)|
|Enclosure Rating||IP 65 (optics) ⁄IP 40 (electrics)|
|Weight||3,5 kg||4,7 kg|
* Light flux parameter shows the REAL light flux regarding the light intensity loss (not the LED chip light flux intensity, which does not reflect the real light intensity). Light flux intensity depends on the temperature employed (K), higher the temperature, higher the light flux. [3,000 K = warm white (WW), 4,000 K = neutral white (NW), 5,000 K = day light white (DW), 6,000 K = cold white (CB)]