Tunable White ML LED ML-FGPA Series

Tunable White 2x4 Plenum Access LED Surgical Troffer With Asymmetric Distribution
  • For use in Operating and Exam Rooms
  • IP65 Rated
  • Access to Plenum using Sealed Access Panel in Housing
  • Available in Row Mounted Configurations
  • Optional Green/White Switching circuit
  • Asymmetric Distribution Lens Standard for Directing
    Light Over the Operating Table
  • Anti-Microbial White Finish Standard
  • Tunable White 2700k – 6500k CCT
  • Available With DALI Or 0-10V Controls
  • Made in the USA by a Family Owned US Corporation

Product Details

The correlated color temperature (CCT) of white light determines how the light is perceived by the human eye. The terms warm and cool are frequently used when discussing the CCT of a light source. Warm lights, typically on the lower end of the Kelvin degree scale (K), are similar to candle light or the incandescent lights that were prominent for decades. These lights, which range from 1,800K to 3,000K have a yellow to orange glow that creates a warm impression.  On the other end of the spectrum are the cool lights colors, which can reach 7,000K and sometimes deliver a blueish color. These colors at the higher end are often referred to as daylight.

Tunable luminaires provide the ability to adjust the CCT in real time to meet the needs of any applications. In the healthcare field, specifically in patient rooms where preventing blue light at night in preference of warm color temps that improves the quality of sleep. During the day or in exam rooms, the daylight level CCT may provide a more suitable environment.

The ML-FGPA-LED-TW provides a Continuous Row Mounting (CRM) option and a welded .050” thick aluminum construction hole free housing with flattened knockouts and a large plenum access plate hinged to housing by aircraft cables allowing simple access to the area above the ceiling. The fixture is ETL Listed per UL-1598 Wet Locations, IP-65 dust and water jet resistance and Military Standard 461F compliant for conducted and radiated emissions.