November 27, 2018
Modlight Illumix: Extremely Bright and Energy-Efficient
The machine lights in Murrelektronik's Modlight Illumix series ensure optimal illumination of machines and systems based on maintenance-free and durable LED technology in daylight quality.
The compact design of the Slim Line lights makes them a robust solution for machines where space is restricted. In harsh industrial environments like classic plant construction and mechanical engineering the Classic Line lights provide an excellent source of light with their aluminum housing and their 4-millimeter-thick, single-pane safety glass. For applications directly inside machining areas and in constant contact with coolants and lubricants, our Xtreme Line lights fulfill the IP69K protection class.
The LED technology in these lights is excellent compared to halogen strip-lighting because, to deliver illumination of 105 lm/W, they require much less electrical power than halogen, matching any lumen count much more energy efficiently. The LEDs contain no lead and no toxic mercury, avoiding the environmental impact of those substances.
New versions in the Slim Line and the Classic Line enable you to loop the power through the lights. These new lights have two connections: a male connector for power and a female connector to loop it. This means that several lights can be connected in series. This makes it possible to build chains of lighting making installation overhead much easier.
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