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Landlord

Landlord

Description:
IP65 projector for external use made of turned aluminium body and powered at 24V, and available in 2700K, 3000K and 4000K colour temperatures. With reference to the horizontal axis, the spot can be oriented up to 30o down and up to 90o up.
Landlord Spots are available in two sizes, ø40 and ø50 head, both equipped with desmontable front ferrule, in order to install flood lens or up to two honeycombs for maximum visual confort.
Landlord Spots can be installed on solid ground spikes, with the possibility of an optional picket, on wall base, or on the innovative tree belt, designed to fix the luminaries directly on tree branches.
Landlord Soft
IP65 projector for external use, designed to offer diffuse lighting.
It is characterized by an aluminium disk shape head, orientable up to 20o beam and lockable in position, to be powered at 24V, and available in 2700K, 3000K and 4000K colour temperature.
It is the perfect tool to light bushes, flowerbed and transit areas with an homogenous diffuse light beam.
Landlord Soft can be installed on solid ground spikes, with the possibility of an optional picket.
Landlord Ground
IP67 luminaries for ground recessed installation, powered 24V. Body in anodized, then resined aluminium, external ring in shot-peened stainless steel, encasing the entire control electronics. Head available in two sizes, ø49 mm, and ø64 mm, with frontal or grazing emission (one, two or four beams).
Frontal emission version are available with spot or medium optic, or with integrated non removable honeycomb, for maximum visual confort.
To be installed in its installation box.
During the installation and the maintenance of the fixtures it is important to be careful and avoid damages on the paint coating.
Damages on the coating exposed to outdoor conditions or water, could cause corrosion.
Chemical substances affect the anticorrosion covering protection.
For LED fixtures, there is evidence that most of the dam- ages are connected to electrical effects related to the insulations, which cause destructive electrical discharges These effects are frequently caused by:
• over voltage coming from the mains’ network where fixture is connected.
• electrostatic discharge (ESD) coming from the environ- ment.
The use of a protective device against the overvoltage on the electrical installation is warmly suggest this helps to reduce the intensity of some of these phenomenon and prevent irreversible damages. The selection of the type of device to be used must be adjust on the electrical plant.

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