These are linear, compact fixtures commonly used to replace the standard twin florescent tubes.
We offer batten lights in various configurations like surface mounted and hanging. Daisy chained batten lights are also available as an extendable option for elongated commercial spaces that have considerable light distribution requirements.
Did you know?
If you have 2 standard florescent tubes of 120W (approx. 58W each)- we can offer a cost effective replacement of a single batten fixture with a 60W supply that’ll be twice as bright and effectively half your running costs. An Ultimate Lighting solution that’s ultimately FOUR times as efficient!
Understanding our Product Specifications
Lumens-The brightness of the light source is measured in Lumen (lm) This is the total measure of light emanating from your light source. The Ultimate Collection boasts a brightness that you wouldn't believe! We offer bulbs that can illuminate your space with a brightness of 900 to 5000 lm.
Wattage- This lets you how much energy is used up to produce a fixed amount of lumens.
Power Factor- is defined as the ratio of real power consumed by a load (expressed in Watts) to apparent power (expressed in VA), which produces a figure from zero to unity that indicates the degree of distortion and phase shift in the current waveform. A power factor close to 1 represents an ideal power.
Beam-Angle- The beam angle of a light measures the spread of light from the light source. Our battens have wide angle beams of around 150 degrees for a uniform space illumination
CRI- A Colour Rendering Index can measure how accurately a light source can illuminate an object's true colors. Our LED products have a CRI greater than 80- a CRI that can approximate halogen or natural daylight.
IP- The Ingress Protection rating is an international method used to describe the protection of a fitting to stop the penetration of solid objects or water entering the light fitting. Our product range come with an IP rating of 44- the recommended rating of a light installation to make sure water doesn’t enter the electrical.
Colour Temperature- The temperature refers to the colour characteristic of the light which can affect the atmosphere of a room. It ranges from a cool (bluish) light to a warm (yellow) tone. This attribute is measured in Kelvins. A lower Kelvin rate will have a warmer light. Choose from a 4000-6000K temperature range to suit the atmosphere of your space.
Insulation Rating (IC): The Insulation contact rating determines whether the light can be in contact with the insulation of your space. Modern lights that are rated IC have insulation that keep in the generated heat.
IC rating- Light fixtures with this rating have insulation adjoining or covering it. Most LED’s, and some florescent downlights have this rating.
ICF rating (Insulation Contact Fire Resistant)- Light fixtures with this rating have insulation adjoining or covering it. These LED lights are sealed, fire-resistant and also water proof. These are best for use in damp areas.