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WE-EF’s new LED luminaires

Together with the latest VFL LED Series, all WE-EF’s LED exterior luminaires suitable for road and amenity lighting can be found in a new ‘LED Street and Area lighting’ catalogue.

The new VFL LED luminaires from WE-EF offer 28 W, 42 W and 49 W LED packages. There are 5 asymmetric lens options that precisely meet streetlighting requirements and a range of standard and optional colour temperatures.
The luminaire has a seamlessly integrated heat sink, consisting of just two die-cast components and can be easily installed on existing streetlighting columns.

The new brochure explains all the latest WE-EF innovations that provide efficient, long-life and future-proof solutions for architects and planners. Unique, ground-breaking developments – such as the multi-layer OLC® One LED Concept, RFC® Reflection Free Contour technology, or the optional permanent monitoring of the LED operating temperature – go hand in hand with proven WE-EF design and quality standards.
Detailed information is provided on each product family - lighting distribution, colour temperatures, design features and dimming alternatives as well as installation options.

Inspirational project photography is also a key feature within the publication. What’s more, designers can benefit from explanations on streetlighting specifications together with lighting control options for public spaces.

The publication is rounded off with examples of the various CO2 and cost savings potentials drawn from WE-EF’s unique online ‘Impact Calculator’.

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