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NTL Lemnis launches high Wattage ''Pharox Aura Retrofit LED bulb'' for Commercial Spaces.

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NTL Lemnis, the leading LED Lighting solutions company, has added another
innovative product "Pharox Aura Retrofit LED bulb (40W & 50W)" to its
product portfolio. This innovative product is an ideal replacement of
traditional lighting sources that are used in various places like Retail
Shops & Showrooms, Commercial Spaces and Other High Ceiling applications.

Pharox Aura Retrofit LED lamps can be replaced in the existing bulb holders
without any hassle.  Its elegant & robust design is suited to Indian power
conditions. Aura's mechanical design provides efficient thermal management
thus enhancing the long life of product and the plastic enclosure is
flame-retardant (reducing the cause of fire in case of lamp failure). The
lamp is backed by cutting edge electronics for safety & reliability.

"Commercial spaces have an inherent requirement of high luminescence and our
product provides just that with the added  benefits of energy efficiency and
robust product design. Pharox Aura, we are sure, will be an ideal
replacement of traditional lighting sources  that are currently used for
these spaces. Our product, backed by cutting edge electronics, wins hands
down when compared with the existing products" says Mr. Arun Gupta, MD, NTL
Group 

 
The other features of the product include:

Wattage: 40W/50W

Efficacy: ≥ 100lm/W

CCT: 6500K

CRI: >80

IP Rating: IP 20 

Power Factor: >0.9

Voltage Range: 100-300V. mention- RATED VOLTAGE/FREQUENCY - 220-240V/50Hz

Surge Protection: 2.5kV

THD: <20%

 


 

 

Lighting | News published on 05 / 06 / 2017 by Rashmi Nargundkar

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