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Pro+ RR

Energy efficient and durable canopy light

Easy LED PRO+ RR -canopy light is ideal for many different structures. It can be installed for doorways, building canopies and bus or rail traffic platforms. Durable PRO+ RR is designed for most demanding environments. It is built in a tough stainless steel installation frame and lenses are protected with polycarbonate plate.

Quick and easy installation

Compact PRO+ RR luminaire is available in both surface and recessed models and suits well for retrofitting into existing mountings and mounting holes.

Easy LED -luminaires are designed and made in Finland and have been awarded the Finnish Key Flag and Design from Finland certificates.

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Series and variants

ModelLuminous Flux (lm)Power Consumption (W)Maintenence free operating life (h) (L95, C10)Temperature range (°C)Total weight (kg)DALI addressesLuminaire dimming range (%)
PRO+ RR P 15W2 12015100 000-40…+405,1134% - 100%
PRO+ RR P 23W3 34023100 000-40…+355,1122% - 100%
PRO+ RR P 30W4 2803075 000-40…+305,1117% - 100%
PRO+ RR P 41W5 5204150 000-40…+255,1113% - 100%
PRO+ RR U 15W2 12015100 000-40…+406,1134% - 100%
PRO+ RR U 23W3 34023100 000-40…+356,1122% - 100%
PRO+ RR U 30W4 2803075 000-40…+306,1117% - 100%
PRO+ RR U 41W5 5204150 000-40…+256,1113% - 100%

PRO+RR®
U 15W, U 23W, U 30W and U41W
P 15W, P 23W, P 30W and P 41W

Optics: Optimized, shockproof and UV protected Easy LED polycarbonate optics, several light distribution options.
Protection rating: Driver & led module IP66
Control: Integrated DALI. CLO, MainsDIM and Kaamos available

Input voltage: 230 VAC (operation voltage range 170…264 VAC)
Input frequency: 50/60 Hz
Surge protection: 10 kV L-GND, N-GND (EN 61000-4-5), 6 kV L-N (EN 61547)
Thermal protection: Automatic thermal protection with output current dimming
Other values: see the data from the table ‘series and variants’ above

Pro+ RR® references

Salo Railway Station

Place: Salo
Installation height: 3 – 5 m
Lx: 50 – 100 lx
CRI: 72
CCT: 4000 K
Luminaires: PRO+ RR
Installation year: 2015