Lumens – Lumens measure the amount of light your LED light puts out which means the higher the lumens, the brighter the light will be.
Wattage – Wattage is a unit of measure for energy use and has nothing to do with the brightness of the LED. Now that it’s clear that wattage measures energy rather than light output, the lower the number of watts used in an LED panel light, the higher the energy saving. This means you will save more on your monthly electricity bill.
Veti’s range of energy-efficient LED panel lights are EMC approved, which means they do not emit electromagnetic energy that interfere with other devices in the vicinity. The anodised Aluminium frame ensure excellent heat dissipation and therefore longer life for the LEDs. The series can deliver energy savings of up to 70% compared to similar fluorescent lamps and come with a 3-year warranty.
The range of back lit LEDs consume 26W of power and produce 130 Lumens/Watt, producing 3400 Lumens and can run for more than 30,000 hours. The panels measure 600mm x 600mm with a low-glare nonyellowing diffuser. The LPL6060B-26C model offers a colour temperature of 6,000K, while the LPL6060B-26N model offers a colour temperature of 4,000K. The constant current, flicker-free drivers available in the LPL6060B-26C and LPL6060B-26N models save energy and extend the life span of the product.
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