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Halers_LED Down-light IP65 water resistance ratingThis EvoLED fitting has an IP65 water resistance rating. This means that it is safe to use this LED light in wet ares including “zone 1” and “zone 2” bathrooms, kitchens, laundries and even exterior applications such as lighting under the eaves.

The fitting effectively seals against the ceiling preventing any hot air or moisture from leaving your room and entering the roof space.

HALERS Lighting. SAFE efficient LED lighting


How many lights are required for your room?

HowManyLights Estimator – Lighting Pacific

How Many Lights – Standards AS/NZS  1680.1:2006

The How Many Lights website is a very useful source of information on the “Recommended maintained luminance” for the activity/interior.

For example a value of 40 Lux is recommended for areas “with Interiors rarely visited with visual tasks limited to movement and orientation” such as corridors or walkways.

A value of 1600 Lux is recommended for areas that are “Exceptionally difficult ” such as Finished fabric inspection; assembly of minute mechanisms, jewellery and watchmaking.
There is also a table recommending the Watts/Square metre

AS/NZS 4243.2:2007 Table 1
Covered car park = 4 W/m2
Cafeteria, fast food outlet = 8 W/m2
Warehouse = 8 W/m2
Hotel = 10 W/m2
Hospital = 12 W/m2
Office space = 12 W/m2
Supermarket, shopping mall = 16 W/m2
Laboratory = 17 W/m2
Workshop = 18 W/m2

How Many Lights – Standards

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LEDs Magazine website is an excellent resource

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Select the “News” menu option on the LEDs Magazine website for the latest developments in the LED industry.

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