WE-EF launches the ETT100 Linear Inground Uplight
November 17th, 2011
Introducing the latest addition to WE-EF’s high quality range of inground uplights; the ETT100 offers greater flexibility for designers in urban and high passenger traffic areas, adding atmospheric and long-life luminance. Based on the dimensions of T5 lamps, this new solid state based uplight, comes in a variety of sizes ranging from 500mm up to 1600mm.
Don’t be fooled by its name, this uplight is highly versatile; it has provision for suspension which means it can be used as a downlight, as well as wall mounting ability. Made with extruded aluminium and offering excellent corrosion resistance, the ETT100 is anodised after machining to offer complete surface protection. Its five tonne toughened glass means it is also vandal resistant and can withstand the wear and tear of the busiest city streets and retail thoroughfares, with IP67 rating for periodic immersion.
There is no colour distortion of the LEDs, which come in 3,000K, 4,200K and 6,500K, with the use of 10mm ‘white’ glass and the fitting is powered by a Tridonic Talexx engine. RGB colour changing is also available. Offering arrays of 9W to 39W LEDs, the ETT100 range of luminaires has a significantly lower power rating than fluorescent alternatives and can offer distributions of 30°, 60° and 90° while providing users with the ability to change distributions on-site.
There is also a range of high output options with a higher number of LEDs, which WE-EF plans to expand into the future with the second generation and third generations targeting 3,055 lumens per metre in the 700mm unit and 4,875 lumens per metre in the 1,000mm unit respectively – using Cree technology.
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