LED plug system for 24V lights
Plug bore diameter 8 mm
LED furniture lights
|Leads 24 V|
|Extension lead 1800 mm||36 177 01|
|2 – way distributor||39 422 51|
|6 – way distributor||36 996 01|
|Connected load:||max. 8 A (192 W)|
|Plug connection:||LED mini M2 plug connection|
- Maximum connected load 8A / 192 W
- Max. 3.6 m extension lead per light
Tips & tricks.
Using lux and lumen values to select the right product
If you are searching for functional lighting with a certain level of illumination, you can easily see whether a product has the correct degree of brightness by reading the lux values on the lighting diagram. This also allows you to compare different lights. The luminous flux or light output of a lamp does not provide any information on the level of illumination. It is suitable only for selecting lights for systems where lamps are replaceable, which is for instance the case with T5 LiteLine lights
Extending LED supply leads
Supply leads cannot be infinitely extended. Firstly, unwanted EMC effects might occur (causing interference with electronic systems); secondly, ballasts might be overloaded or the light output of the lamp might be significantly reduced.
Our lights based on 12 V DC
are supplied with a mini M1 LED plug and may be generally extended by 2 extension leads of 1.8 m each in addition to the fitted supply lead.
Our lights based on 24 V DC
are supplied with a MP2 multi-plug and may be generally extended by 2 extension leads of 1.8 m each in addition to the fitted supply lead.
Dimming LED lights
You will find whether a light is dimmable in the field “Technical details in brief” on each product page in the catalogue. LED lights are dimmed by PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) on the low voltage side. This is done either by our LED dimmers or through special ballasts that are controlled by 1-10 V control voltage or phase dimmers, depending on the type. Please note: Standard LED ballasts are not dimmable.