LED light panels offered by LEDCO s.r.o. they are an excellent solution for lighting office and social spaces, for lighting corridors, entrance halls or workplaces.
With their “clean” design, they do not create a disturbing impression. They do not contain any exposed or reflective surfaces that do not affect the eye. Unlike cassettes with fluorescent tubes, where cleaning requires considerable effort, its design makes it easy to clean LED panels (just wipe the polymethyl methacrylate PMMA cover with a wet cloth).
Compared to coffered luminaires fitted with fluorescent tubes, LED light panels achieve energy savings of up to 50% (power factor> 0.9) in addition to extremely long life, which can be 3 times longer than with conventional solutions (up to 50,000 hours with a decrease in luminosity of max. 30%). Light shades of 3700K (warm white), 5300K (neutral white), 6500K (cool white) are available.
LED panels are suitable for mounting in coffered ceilings with standard coffered dimensions (300 x 300 mm, 336 x 336 mm, 595 x 595 mm, 619 x 619 mm, 638 x 638 mm). In this case, the LED cassette is simply inserted into the hole in the prepared ceiling grille. The panels can be easily hung on steel cables, or sunk directly into the plasterboard with a corresponding mounting hole.
The light panels can be controlled in the classic way: on / off (by switching the 230V / 50Hz power supply). For the more demanding, the panels are endowed with sophisticated control functions. Intensity control is a matter of course using the IR remote control of individual panels. Communication protocols are available for common or segmental switching of switching and intensity: DALI, 0-10V, 1-10V and DMX-512.
For a professional solution, we recommend the DMX standard, in which we can determine the requirements of a specific luminaire from the entire system and thus control each luminaire separately from one place. The panels are connected in series by a communication line, i.e. it is not necessary to supply the control signal from the central unit by a separate line to each panel, but the panels are connected one after the other. In practice, this means that when using e.g. Connect all 10 LED panels to one power line. First, we connect the individual luminaires with communication cables and from the control panel we can immediately control each of the ten luminaires individually without a photo of 10 separate switches. In addition, we have the option of dimming, all from one control panel.