Low Voltage Landscape Downlights CL-4A
4W LED Low voltage downlight CL-4A is the star product of Vertex Lighting. Speaking of the light source and driver, we select high quality chip and dimmable driver. CL-4A is ultra thin light suitable for some low cabinet such as show case. It owns relevant international certification, like CE, RoHS for EU market and SAA for Australian market.
An fixed IP44 rated version of the luxury range of LED Low voltage downlight from Integral. These fully integrated downlights contain everything you need including an LED light source and LED driver.
Recessed IP44, round diameter Ø75mm, surface mounted 4W low voltage downlight.
Model No.: CL-4A
Brand: Vertex/ OEM available.
Production ability: 100,000pcs per month
Payment terms: 30% as deposit and balance should be paid before shipment.
Certificate: CE, RoHS
Package: White/grey box for inner package, carton for outer package. Need to collect extra fee for customized color box.
- PMMA lens;
- Campatible with both of surface mounted and recessed installation;
- Smooth triac dimming, 0-100% dimmable ;
- Very easy application
- Aluminum radiator.
Detailed specification of low voltage downlight:
|Beam angle||40°||Luminous flux||300lm|
|Fire rated||No||Luminous efficiency||75 lm/W|
|Installation way||Surface mounted||Material||Aluminum housing|
|Lighting resource||COB led||Power||4W|
White, Brush Nickel,
|Protection Classes||Class III|
|Brand of led||
Cree, Luminus, Bridgelux,
Chinese brand led.
|Brand of led converter||Vertex|
|Voltage/Frequency||AC 220-240V 50/ 60Hz AC120V(+-10%) 50/ 60Hz||Insulation Covered||No|
|Dimmable||Dimmable with leading and trailing edge(warm dimming available)||Power Supply||DC 9V 350mA|
|Driver||External Driver||Power Factor||>0.9|
|Lifespan||Over 40,000 hours||Warranty||5 years warranty|
|With fast connector||With fast connector available||Other||Fixed Version|
CL-4A 4 watt Low voltage downlight can make a wouderful lighting ambient in cabinet, kitchen, bookcase, cloakroom etc.
Vertex Quality Control System:
Question: How to choose the right Color Temperature?
Answer: Color rendering and appearance are critical considerations in light source selections.Correlated Color Temperature(CCT)relates to the color of light produced by a light source,and uses the Kelvin temperature measurement scale.
Colorrendering index(CRI)is a measure of how accurately an artificial light source displays colors.The higher the CRI(80 and above).the better the artificial light source is at rendering colors accurately.
Warm White(2600K-3200K)is the warmest option that most closely approximates a standard halogen bulb.It is most often used in areas like living rooms.
Bright White(3200K-4500K)is a whiter light than soft white and is most often selected for kitchens and bathrooms or work spaces.
Daylight(4500K-6500K)is recommended for reading areas or for use in craft rooms and is a more bluish white that mos closely approximates an outdoor overcast sky.
Question: How many lights am I going to need?
Answer: This question has no easy answer,as opinions on this subject vary greatly.However,a good rule of thmb is to take the height of the ceiling and divide it in half.This is the distance that each light should be from one another.The total number of lights will also be affected by the type and wattage of bulb being used.Spot lights with narrow beams will produce pockets or pools of light,while flood type bulbs will produce broader amounts of light.
Question: Are LEDs bad for your eyes?
Answer: Like any light source,if you stare too long it will cause some discomfort and or imaging.However,if LED products are used the same way traditional lighting is used,they will not damage your eyes.