OPTOTRONIC FIT D NFC L
- Line frequency: 0 Hz | 50 Hz | 60 Hz
- Versatile scope of application due to output power range of up to 75 W
- Supply voltage: 220 240 V
- Available with output current range: up to 550 mA
- Non-isolated drivers
- Flexible and future-proof current setting via NFC (Near Field Communication)
- Lifetime: up to 100,000 h (temperature at Tc = 65 °C, max. 10 % failure rate)
- High quality of light thanks to <1% output ripple current
- Very high efficiency
- Fulfill safety requirement due to overload, overtemperature protection
OT FIT 35/220 240/350 D NFC L
|54 216 V||75 350 mA||280.0 mm||30.0 mm||21.0 mm|
OT FIT 75/220 240/550 D NFC L
|54 216 V||125 550 mA||280.0 mm||30.0 mm||21.0 mm|
OT FIT 100/220...240/750 D NFC L
|54 216 V||250...750 mA||280.0 mm||30.0 mm||21.0 mm|
Information about Family
This linear LED driver comes in a 280 mm small housing for all wattages and has an operating window of up to 1400 mA and an efficiency rate of up to 91%. A high lighting quality thanks to low ripple and the suitability for emergency lighting units marks some additional benefits.
- Linear lighting for office, education, industry, storage areas and retail
- Installation in emergency lighting systems according to IEC 61347-2-13, appendix J
- Suitable for installation in emergency lighting systems according to EN 60598-2-22
- Suitable for luminaires of protection class I
Intended for use with LED modules.
The forward voltage of the LED light source shall be within the defined operating window of the control gear in all operating conditions including dimming if applicable.
Separate control gear and light sources must be disposed of at certified disposal companies in accordance with Directive 2012/19/EU (WEEE) in the EU and with Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Regulations 2013 in the UK. For this purpose, collection points for recycling centres and take-back systems (CRSO) are available from retailers or private disposal companies, which accept separate control gear and light sources free of charge. In this way, raw materials are conserved and materials are recycled.