Save energy with the Luminance Insaver LED family

Building upon the solid foundations set by the revolutionary and highly successful Insaver CFL range, Lumiance has now brought its flagship range into the LED era. With the various sizes and outputs, Insaver LED suits a wide variety of applications and offers energy efficient, long life replacements to a range of conventional light sources, from 50W halogen up to 2x32W CFL.

Insaver LED is ideal for applications such as lobbies, residential areas, hallways, open-space offices, meetings rooms and any location that requires long service hours and high switching cycles. “It’s no surprise that the Insaver LED is our best-selling range,” says Matt Carpenter, Strategic Business Unit Director Lumiance, at Havells-Sylvania. “It is simple to install and thanks to its LED technology, appeals to the many organisations looking to reduce their carbon footprint and total cost of ownership.”

The Insaver 75 LED is a ceiling recessed downlight, with 13W high brightness LED chip and IP65 rating. The 75 round is equipped with a multifaceted reflector that imitates the comfortable and crisp light of a halogen lamp, and the 75 square offers a square reflector for a square ceiling cut-out.

The Insaver 150 is a round, ceiling recessed downlight available in both a high output (2x26W CFL equivalent) and lower output version (1x18W CFL equivalent) with IP23 rating.

The Insaver 175 LED is a round, recessed downlight with a 42W high output LED array (comparable to 2x32W CFL downlight) and IP23rated.

Both 150 and 175 models are available in either a low recess depth version (<100mm) for ceilings with minimal ceiling void or a Low glare version (UGR<19, EN 12464) ideal for office applications

The complete range is supplied with a dimmable (1-10V, push button) or non-dimmable LED driver. Further versions are available with DALI dimmable, three hour emergency lighting and DALI three hour emergency drivers

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