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    eW Burst Compact Powercore

    eW Burst Compact Powercore – high-output, exterior white spotlight for accent and site lighting

    eW Burst Compact Powercore
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        eW Burst Compact Powercore is a high-output, exterior-rated LED lighting fixture designed for accent and site lighting. Standard and compact format Architectural and Landscape versions deliver high-quality white light in a choice of warm or neutral colour temperatures, as well as four solid colours, to support a range of uplighting, floodlighting, and decorative lighting applications.Integrated Powercore technology ensures rapid, efficient and accurate control of power output to the fixture directly from line voltage, eliminating the need for external power supplies. Use of standard wiring dramatically simplifies installation and helps lower total system cost.


        High-quality white and solid-colour light
        Versatile light positioning
        Cost-effective, easy to install, and long lifetime


        Choice of neutral (4000 K) or warm (2700 K) white light; also available in four solid colours (red, green, blue and amber)
        14°, 23°, 41°, and asymmetric 10° x 41° spread lenses project a soft-edge beam; native 8° beam angle offers extended light projection.
        Tilting through a full 180°. Architectural fixtures can also rotate through a full 360° for precise aiming.
        Smooth dimming capability with many ELV dimmers
        Integrated Powercore technology


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        • BCP463
        Light source
        • Non-replaceable LED module
        • Available in white (2,700 K or 4,000 K) as well as 4 solid colours (red, blue, green, amber)
        • 20 W max. at full output
        Beam angle
        • 8º primary optic
        • 14, 23 or 41º spread lenses
        • 10 x 41º asymmetric spread lens
        Luminous flux
        • 624 lm (8º), 543 lm (14º), 540 lm (23º), 520 lm (41º), 557 lm (10 x 41º) - 2,700 K
        • 812 lm (8º), 685 lm (14º), 674 lm (23º), 646 lm (41º), 695 lm (10 x 41º) - 4,000 K
        Correlated Colour Temperature
        • 2,700 K, warm white
        • 4,000 K, neutral white
        Colour Rendering Index
        • > 82.6 (2,700 K) or > 80.6 (4,000 K)
        Maintenance of lumen output – L50
        • 100,000 hrs at 25 ºC
        • 90,000 hrs at 50 ºC
        Maintenance of lumen output – L70
        • 90,000 hrs at 25 ºC
        • 50,000 hrs at 50 ºC
        Operating temperature range
        • -40 to +50 ºC operating
        • -20 to +50 ºC start-up
        • Built-in
        Mains voltage
        • 100 to 277 VAC / 50-60 Hz
        • Compatible with ELV dimmers
        • Symmetrical and asymmetrical with spread lenses
        • Housing: high-pressure, die-cast aluminium, powder-coating finished
        • Glass: tempered
        • Mounting bracket: high-pressure, die-cast aluminium, powder-coating finished
        • Light grey, black and white
        • No internal cleaning required
        • Screw mounting on surfaces, a dedicated accessory is available for the landscape version
        • Max adjustment from the horizontal: -180 to +180º
        • Max vertical aiming: -180 to +180º
        • The architectural-mounting version is delivered with a 1.8 metre unified power cable
        • The landscape-version fixtures feature a 13 mm NPT threaded post for mounting to third-party mounting accessories
        • Four colours (red, green, blue and amber) also support the uplighting range and can be made on demand
        • Spread lenses and trim ring (to hold each lens on the product)
        • Honeycomb louvre and trim ring (to hold the louvre on the product)
        • Glare shield 45° and full-glare shield
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