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LED Emergency Exit Drop Sign 3W

Product Code: AR-HTLED

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3 watt maintained LED emergency drop sign light complete with LED lamp

LED Emergency Exit Drop Sign 3W

3 watt maintained LED emergency drop sign light complete with LED lamp

3W/ 220-240V AC 50Hz

Charging current: 85-90mah/ Charging duration: 24hrs

Discharging duration: more than 3hrs

Max intensity: 6100mcd

Proration rating: 1P20

Dimensions: 340 x 185 x 15mm

Weight: 1350g

Fitting: 46 x 272mm Approx. Equivalent: N/A
Power Consumption: 3W Input Power (v): 220-240V
Lumens: N/A Power Factor:
Useful Lumens: Colour Temperature (k): N/A
Beam Angle: N/A CRI:
Dimmable: N/A Warm-up Time:
Life Expectancy (hrs): N/A Dimensions (W x L) mm: 340 x 185 x 15mm
Switching Cycles: Warranty: 2 Years
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