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Energy efficient LED light strips offer IP67 protection

June 15, 2009
LED light strips from IDEC Corp. are the brightest in their class at up to 67.2 Lumens/Watt, according to company sources.

LED light strips from IDEC Corp. are the brightest in their class at up to 67.2 Lumens/Watt, according to company sources. Reinforced glass models offer an IP67f degree of protection against water, dust, and oil making them suitable for machine tools or outdoor equipment. A polycarbonate plastic cover with an IP67 degree of protection is also available, suitable for food processing applications.

The LF1D Series retains 70% of its initial luminance at 50,000 hrs. These light strips are Cool White (Temp: 5700K) and offered in a slim (10 x 1 LED array) or wide type (7 x 2 LED array) with 24 Vdc voltage. Manufactured with a sturdy die-cast aluminum housing and stainless steel front cover, they are also RoHS compliant and mercury-free. UL approval is pending.

Two cable options are available: side connection and back. Removable, direct plug-in terminal block and spring clamp connections ensure a high-quality connection, making it easy to install or replace the LED illumination unit. For more information, visit IDEC Corp.

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