LED strip linear lighting Fixture
Individual type and continuous row optional, easy and quick replacement
CCT switchable version or both CCT and watt switchable optional
Modular design, light emitting modules interchange.
No flickering, visual comfort
Emergency backup & Microwave sensor WIFI optional
5 years warranty
SPCC housing and extruding aluminum&PMMA reflector
|Size||Input Voltage||Watt||CCT||Delivered Lumens(LM)|| Efficacy(LM/W)
|2ft||100-277V||15W-20W-25W Switchable||3000K/4000K/5000K switchable||>3625||145LM/W||80/90 optional||0-10V 10%-100% Dimming|
|4ft||100-277V||30W-40W-50W Selectable||3000K/4000K/5000K switchable||>7250|
|8ft||100-277V||60W-80W-100W Selectable||3000K/4000K/5000K switchable||>14500|
Quick row connect from end cap by connector or plug cable
What kind of light is ECO?
ECO is simply an energy-saving economic mode. Most vehicles will be equipped with active ECO as standard. Of course, there are passive ECO. The difference between the two is that the active ECO has a button on the car, and the owner can choose to turn it on or off. Passive ECO does not have a button, and it is completely determined by the trip computer to determine whether it is effective.
Once the ECO mode is turned on during the driving of the car, the trip computer will intervene in the vehicle. Through the extraction and calculation of data such as vehicle speed, rotation speed, gearbox, etc., the most suitable amount of fuel can be provided to the engine to perform work. Save fuel consumption.
To give the simplest example, when the vehicle turns on the ECO mode, the most intuitive feeling is to push down the throttle. According to the normal speed, it should go straight to 80km/h. At this time, it does not. Instead, you will feel that the throttle is not at your disposal.
ECO mode sounds better than energy-saving mode, but it actually sacrifices power to save fuel consumption. The trip computer integrates various data of the trip to limit the work of the engine and directly reduce the output power of the engine.