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Steinel says it has doubled lumen output on energy-saving XLED floodlights

25 November 2013

Steinel UK, which works with lighting sensor technology, says it has made its XLED 10 and XLED 25 LED floodlights brighter and more energy-efficient, doubling their lumen output and improving their efficacy

The XLED floodlight provides a wide spread of bright, white light all around a building – and it does so using a minimal amount of energy. The low-energy LED design of the XLED floodlight means that it is powered using just one fifth of the energy required by a halogen floodlight. What’s more, the LED boasts a lifespan of more than 50,000 hours.

Newly updated, the XLED range now boasts even greater light output. The 30W XLED 10 features a 2000 lumen output, and 66.6 lm/W efficiency. The larger 62W XLED 25 is even brighter: its 4000 lumen output is matched by an efficiency of 64.5 lm/W.

No overheating
The long lifespan of the XLED floodlight is enhanced by the use of ‘Active-Thermo-Control’ (ATC) technology, which ensures the floodlight will never overheat. In addition to the cooling fins, the ATC system constantly measures the temperature of the LEDs and the microprocessor takes action in critical situations, ensuring the floodlight is not damaged by overheating.

Fully adjustable
The XLED floodlight, built from robust aluminium, is available equipped with either a standard 10 LED lamps (XLED 10), or the maximum brightness afforded by 25 LED lamps (XLED 25). On sensor versions, the setting control dial allows you to select a basic brightness level of 10%, and specify this level for either the entire night (dusk till dawn) or for 10 minutes once the floodlight switches to the 10% level, or choose the simple on/off sensor control. Whichever setting is chosen, the floodlights come up to full brightness when as soon as movement is detected.

Fully adjustable, the head of the XLED floodlight can be tilted and swivelled, so that it illuminates precisely the desired area. It can also be installed beneath porches and other protruding structures without a problem.

Sensor control and wireless options
XLED 10 and XLED 25 come with optional sensor-control and wireless capabilities.

Taking advantage of Steinel’s IR-Sensor technology can cut energy consumption dramatically, since it allows the floodlight to illuminate only when its highly-sensitive motion detector is triggered by a person entering the detection zone. It powers down once they have left the area and the selected time delay has elapsed, meaning that energy is never wasted on unnecessary lighting.

Optional wireless connection also allows a number of XLED floodlights to be linked together in master or master/slave combinations.

Peter Lawrence, Managing Director of Steinel (UK) Ltd, comments: “The XLED 10 and 25 are already well-established as long-lasting, low-energy floodlight options, but that hasn’t stopped us from innovating further. By doubling the lumen output, we’ve made the XLED range even brighter, in order to provide the best outdoor illumination. This brighter-than-ever light is, of course, matched by a long lifespan and a low carbon footprint.”

He adds: “The XLEDs are flexible enough to illuminate precisely the desired area, so that your premises remain fully protected – but without wasting electricity on inefficient halogen lamps. To suit your needs, the XLED floodlight is also available with an integrated IR-Sensor and a wireless option. Even better, Steinel’s 3-year warranty, which comes as standard, offers complete peace of mind.”

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