LED Machine Luminaire offers made-to-measure flood lighting.

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Used to illuminate machine workplaces that have limited installation space, SLIM LED luminaire is available in lengths from 7.7-46 in. in 5.5 in. increments, and allows light emission direction to be individually adjusted. Product utilizes LINEAR-light POWER Flex LED technology that consists of LEDs attached to flexible circuit board. Constructed to IP67 water and dust-tight standards, luminaire has minimum service life of 50,000 operating hr.



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Waldmann Lighting's New SLIM LED Machine Luminaire is Flood Lighting Made to Measure



The SLIM LED is the lighting solution for machines and equipment with space-constraints and limited installation space. The sleek profile of the luminaire is not one inch higher and wider than necessary. The luminous power, in contrast, is tremendous. SLIM LED luminaires are equipped with the latest LED technology. This allows large-scale and powerful illumination of machine workplaces. In addition, the light emission direction can be individually adjusted. SLIM LED luminaires are available in lengths ranging from 7.7 to 46 inches- flood lighting made to measure.

50,000 Hours of Lighting Efficiency
Optimum light is ensured by the latest LED technology - LINEAR-light POWER Flex. The special feature is that the LEDs are attached to a flexible circuit board. The luminaire can be varied in length in increments of 5.5 inches. The LEDs have a minimum service life of 50,000 operating hours.

Tough and Rugged
The SLIM LED was created for use under extreme conditions. Thanks to a high-tech potting compound consisting of premium adhesive resin, the luminaire is absolutely water and dust-tight according to IP 67.

The Right Setting for any Application
The assembly too is done in no time at all - regardless of the variant: The base
version is attached to the machine wall by way of two metal tabs. On the rotatable variant, a carrier profile is first installed and the rotating module is then simply snapped into the profile.

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