RSU4812CCT3E-24
SULTAN 2x24W LED corrosion proof, IP65, 4ft, Grey, CCT3 selectable (3000K/4000K/6500K), Emergency

Features & Benefits

    • Suitable for workshops, garages, warehouses, car parks, farm buildings, wet areas
    • LED replacement for 2 x 36W fluorescent corrosion proof fitting
    • Emergency classification: C0: D50/ C90: D25
    • Complete with switch enabling to select 3000K, 4000K or 6500K colour temperature
    • 50,000 hour average lamp life
    • IP65, can be used for external applications
    • Complete with stainless steel clips
    • Impact rating of IK08
    • High efficacy of 81-107lm/W
    • 3 hour emergency duration
    • Complete with test switch
    • 320lm lumen output in emergency mode
    • 2 year warranty for the battery
    • Suitable for switching by PIR, Microwave or Photocell
Cap TypeLED
Total Power (Mkt)54.5/48.7/53.1
Lumens (lm) (Mkt)4380/5180/5120
Beam Angle (Mkt)120
Lamp Life (Hrs)50000
Number of LEDs288 (2x12S12P)
Comparable To2x36W Fluorescent
CRI (Mkt)80
CCT (K) (Mkt)3000/4000/6500
Efficacy (lm/cctW) - Mkt81/107/97
Lux at 1m (Mkt)1300/1530/1500
Power Factor (Mkt)0.97
ColourGrey
Width (mm)103
Length (mm)1232
Unit Weight / kg1.8
Height (mm)77
Downloads
Alternatives (7)
RSU4812CCT3E-24 3000K Emergency Mode-Photometrics.IES 63KB
RSU4812CCT3E-24 3000K Emergency Mode-Photometrics.ldt 37KB
RSU4812CCT3E-24 3000K-Photometrics.IES 63KB
RSU4812CCT3E-24 3000K-Photometrics.ldt 47KB
RSU4812CCT3E-24 4000K Emergency Mode-Photometrics.IES 63KB
RSU4812CCT3E-24 4000K Emergency Mode-Photometrics.ldt 37KB
RSU4812CCT3E-24 4000K-Photometrics.IES 63KB
RSU4812CCT3E-24 4000K-Photometrics.ldt 47KB
RSU4812CCT3E-24 6500K Emergency Mode-Photometrics.IES 63KB
RSU4812CCT3E-24 6500K Emergency Mode-Photometrics.ldt 37KB
RSU4812CCT3E-24 6500K-Photometrics.IES 63KB
RSU4812CCT3E-24 6500K-Photometrics.ldt 47KB
SULTAN CCT3-NZ-RSUxx1xCCT3x-ROBUS Product Information Document-20210921.pdf 328KB
Instruction Manual for RSU4812CCT3E-24 ISSUE 1 AU.pdf 668KB
SULTAN CCT3-AU-RSUXXXXCCT3XX-ROBUS Product Information Document-20190222.pdf 391KB