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  1. Locus
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    Locus EF Member

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    Mauritius
    Hi Everyone

    can someone please clarify the following:

    A floodlight nameplate has the following information:

    LED100/WW 110W (2x50W/LED Module)

    What does the 100 means and if it is 110W - Why it state 2 x50W

    Thanks
     
  2. Rocboni
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    Rocboni Trainee Access

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    Scotland
    Does the fitting contain two separate LED's? It could be that both together plus the driver consume 110w?
     
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  3. westward10
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    westward10 In echoed steps I walk across an empty dream. Electrician's Arms

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    Northamptonshire
    Post a pic of it could be just a part number.
     
  4. Ian1981
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    Ian1981 Electrician's Arms

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    North east
    100ww could be warm white as in colour of led's
     
  5. Leyland30
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    Leyland30 MIET (Views provided for information only)

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    Preston
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    Hi, looks like a Philips products code. The 100 relates to the lumen output 10,000 lumens, the WW refers to Warm White colour temperature 3000k. The unit uses 110w, watch out for the total startup current if you have a few on the same circuit and consider derating any circuit contactors.

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  6. davesparks
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    davesparks Trusted Advisor

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    guildford
    Two 50W lamps plus 10W wasted as heat etc gives a total of 110W
     
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