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New 70mm long Tridonic LLE LED board

New 70mm long Tridonic LLE LED board
The fourth generation LLE-ADVANCED modules have been expanded to cover ZHAGA-compatible lengths, meaning that very long homogeneous light bands such as might be used in office buildings can also now be implemented with no additional wiring effort.

The smallest of the new modules measures just 70 mm and allows gaps to be filled in the luminaires and shadow effects through the connector to be avoided. 

The new modules do not differ from the LLE-G4 standard modules in their specifications. 

High levels of efficiency, low colour tolerance, long lifetime 
With the appropriate driver, the modules achieve efficiency levels of up to 170 lm/W and provide a luminous flux of 650, 1250 and 2000 lm/ft depending on the length. The LED modules are available with different colour temperatures in order to cover different usage scenarios: 2,700 K, 3,000 K, 3,500 K, 4,000 K and 5,000 K. The colour rendering index Ra > 80 demonstrates the quality of the light, while MacAdam 3 represents low colour tolerance levels. 

3S Lighting is using Tridonic LLE-ADVANCED modules in its range of linear extrusions and troffer luminaires.

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