Sept 2020 OSHINO_LEDsForSigns_E_brochure


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Super Orbis LED module SOL series Gen 3

L/70 at 54K hrs: 54,000 hours to 70% of initial light output backed by a 5 - year warranty means dependable, high quality LED lighting modules for the sign maker


Super Orbis LED Gen 3 is our third and latest gener- ation of our successful flexible chain LED lighting system designed specifically for back lighting large scale flex - faced sign boxes. And it ’ s our brightest (up to 311lms), most efficient (up to 175lm/W) module ever and now with a superior light distribution thanks to its new optical grade, acrylic lens.

state of art 3535 LED inside

The brightest, most efficient LED module of its type: Super Orbis LED Gen 3

Each module features a state of the art LG 3535 LED behind a light controlling lens and above a faceted, parabolic - type reflector system which together distribute light in a super wide shaped beam ideal for flex - faced and acrylic faced sign boxes.

Use from only four modules and 8.2 Watts per 1 sq. metre and just one 95% efficient LED driver for up to 33 sq. metres of sign.


Super wide beam angle

Wide module spacing

One LG 3535 LED

High brightness (311 lumens @ 700mA, 6250K)

Meets safety requirements for fire resistance. Module is cast from Lexan*925 AU resin which is non - chlorinated, non - brominated flame retardant polycarbonate with UL - V0 rating and is UV stabilised. Lens is moulded from hard burning, self - extinguishing acrylic and has a fire rating UL94 HB. Cable is 22AWG tinned copper 7/0.254 with silicon rubber sheath which is low - smoke and zero halogen (LSZH) rated UL3239.

High efficacy (2.05W typ. up to 151lm/W)

Dust and water resistant (IP67)

Self - cooling, no need for heat - sink

Self - adhesive backing

Choice of 3 - white CCTs (4000, 5000 & 6250K)

Fire - rated & suitable for Airport and LUL sect. 12

Availability: reels 80pcs and packs 20pcs

Meets the requirements of EN 62031 - LED module ‘ in built LED module ’. Risk group EN 62471: exempt.




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