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        The Fortimo LLM system (linear module, driver and cable) represents a breakthrough in the energy efficiency of LED-based general lighting.

        Benefits

        Significant energy savings
        Enables uniform rectangular light patterns without lumen depreciation or compromise on visual comfort over the system’s long lifetime
        Reduced time to market and supply chain complexity

        Features

        Breakthrough efficiency at system level of up to 80 lm/W
        Fortimo technology applied (remote phosphor film layer)
        Fixed form factor
        Easy to install, replace and upgrade
        Choice of two tones of white light; good colour rendering and consistency

        System

        Each Fortimo LED LLM system is a combination of a specific module and driver connected by a cable. As all components have to be ordered separately, care must be taken when selecting the components. The 3000 and 4500lm modules are driven by the 75W driver with integrated cable. For the 1100 and 1800lm systems the 35W driver is needed in combination with a separate cable. The system layout is relatively simple. Each system is determined by three main parameters: lumen output, correlated colour temperature and dimming.

        Applications

        Retrofitting of frosted light sources such as (compact) fluorescent (PLL, TL-D, TL5), high-pressure mercury (HPL) and high-pressure sodium (SON) lamps
        Functional lighting for residential outdoor (streets, parks, city centers) and public outdoor spaces (amenity, car parks and bus/train platforms), as well as wall-washing and floodlighting (billboards)
        Cold-storage distribution centers, security/safety lighting, general indoor lighting (stairwells, corridors) and solar (off-grid)
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