We designed the T5 LED tube series of the DEFIX® model product family to meet modern lighting expectations. Office, store-market etc. It provides a modern and sheltered appearance in areas, an uninterrupted linear line appearance with diffuser-lens.
The product is 3 meters. We have enriched it with transition apparatus so that it can be added in one piece and end-to-end and can be applied linearly without limit. (see Product Accessories) For indoor lighting, we used filtered prismatic-linear polycarbonate diffuser-lens to protect eye health (Ultraviolet, Gamma, etc.).
We designed the armature body structure in accordance with the current technology in the future, and we offered the opportunity to easily transform without the need for drivers such as ballasts.
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We provide luminance (IES) curves for each luminaire on our website. The light curve graphically shows how the light diffuses into the space. The light source is located at the center of the system (ie in the polar area of the graph). When the fixture assembly is symmetrical about the vertical axis (such as circle-round, square), we create only one density distribution curve in a vertical plane. So the red color appears, when the Armature assembly is not symmetrical, we add a blue curve to the graph. The blue curve shows how the light source shines with a 90 degree movement against the initial position. When measuring the luminaire inside the source axis, we measure the plane C90-C270; when measuring the light axis vertically, we measure the plane C0-C180.
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