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eW Burst Powercore gen2

Architectural and landscape LED spotlight with solid white light

eW Burst Powercore gen2
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      eW Burst Powercore gen2 is a high-output, exterior-rated LED lighting luminaire designed for accent and site lighting.Architectural and Landscape versions deliver high-quality white light output in a warm 2,700 K and a neutral 4,000 K to support a range of uplighting, floodlighting and decorative lighting applications.

      Benefits

      High-quality solid white light
      Versatile light positioning
      Cost-effective, easy to install, and long lifetime

      Features

      Expands customisation with a wide range of new Philips accessory options.
      In addition to the native 6° lens, six different diffuser lenses can customise the luminaire to produce 10°, 20°, 40°, 60°, 80°, and 10° x 40° (asymmetric) beam angles.
      Four housing colour choices (black, grey, white, and bronze)—plus the option to add a louver, full glare shield, and half glare shield—create new aesthetic possibilities for designers and architects.
      Meets ASTM G85 corrosion resistance and ANSI C136.31-2010 standard with a 3G vibration rating.
      Improves durability with new flat lens that prevents water from pooling into the luminaire, keeping the LEDs protected and secure over the course of a luminaire’s lifetime.
      Universal power input range of 100 to 277 VAC.
      Precision Dimming— Smooth dimming down to 1% with optional Data Enabler Pro and digital control interface.

      Applications

      Facades, Surfaces, Iconic Structures & Bridges
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