Two of Aurora’s popular panel ranges have had upgrades this year. Both the EdgeLite™ and BackLite™ ranges have a higher lumen output, plus they are TP(a) rated. Check out the Aurora range at cef.co.uk.
EdgeLite Flat Panels
In the PRO range, the EdgeLite™ LED flat panel has been upgraded to produce more lumens - 130lm/W - and is now TP(a) rated. This rating means they can be used in a wider range of areas, including emergency escapes, and is achieved by using a Class 1 polycarbonate diffuser across the surface of the EdgeLite™ flat panel.
With a high quality PMMA light guide designed to prevent yellowing, these edge-lit panels have a power factor greater than 0.9 and have been engineered to ensure maximum light output and complete uniformity. Comprising a flicker free driver, these panels have a UGR19 glare rating and are suitable for 15mm and 24mm T-bar ceilings. They come with a 5 year warranty offering the wholesaler peace of mind when supplying the product.
BackLite™ 600mm x 600mm Panels
The new next generation BackLite™ is an innovative TP(a) rated backlit LED flat 600mm x 600mm panel. It has been designed as a cost-effective option for commercial lighting with no light guide and no chance of a yellowing. The PMMA lens that is placed around the LEDs, provides complete uniformity of light. At 35mm deep, the BackLite is over 75% shallower than the original LED backlit panels, meaning they can be shipped and stored just like standard edge-lit panels, which assists the wholesaler with both storage and display options.
Delivering 100lm/W, meaning it’s a great energy saver, and with a UGR 19 rating, this panel is suitable for installation in 15mm and 24mm T-bar ceilings. It is popular with a wide range of companies who are keen to install it into applications such as offices, schools, universities and healthcare spaces.
Aurora’s successful and comprehensive LED panel range has always provided a solution for every application.
Maximise Energy Efficiency in Commercial Environments
Whether it’s a new or existing office that requires a lighting scheme or solution, the momentum is gathering from companies looking for the best ways to reduce and maintain low energy usage.
Last year the UK became the first major economy to legislate for net zero emissions by 2050. And in October there were proposals to dramatically improve commercial buildings in the private rented sector, with businesses set to benefit by saving up to £1 billion per year in energy bills by 2030. This includes a consultation on plans to improve the energy performance of rented commercial buildings.
Energy savings can be made in various ways and lighting and technology can contribute, making a significant reduction.
Aurora’s commercial range has always been popular with companies that want to save energy whilst maintaining a professional image. Aurora, who was one of the first to introduce LED lighting to replace halogens and fluorescents, has continued to upgrade and make enhancements to its commercial product range, including its popular and ever expanding range of panel based products.