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PNL-1145 Series LED Lamps
26-MAR-04

LEDtronics has introduced the PNL-1145 Series LED Lamps that are high-voltage panel indicator lamps. These energy-efficient, long-lived lamps feature a fixed LED, a removable lens, a threaded metal shaft and can be mounted in panels up to 56 mm thick. They are available in the following DC voltages: 24, 48, 125 and 250 V, and may also be ordered in AC.

With an average LED life span of 100,000-plus hours (11 years), LEDs operate reliably year-after-year. Solid-state design renders LEDs impervious to electrical and mechanical shock, vibration, frequent switching and environmental fluctuation. Integrated current-limited resistors prevent short-circuiting. LED lamps use only 10% - 20% of the energy consumed by equivalent incandescent lamps that when combined with their maintenance-free operation results in substantial cost savings.

LEDtronics, manufactures LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) Lamps for a wide variety of applications from decorative lighting, Signage, panel mounts, Industrial lighting to theme parks. Our product line encompasses an array of direct incandescent replacement Based LED lamps and bulbs, Low cost Snap-in and Relampable Panel Mount LED lamps, for all standard electrical bases and voltages.

Prices for PNL-1145 Series LED Lamps are $69.56 each, depending on quantity. Availability is stock to 4 – 6 weeks for special requirements.

For additional information, contact LEDtronics toll free at 1-800-579-4875, telephone 310-534-1505, fax at 310-534-1424, click here to email us or mail at LEDtronics Inc., 23105 Kashiwa Court, Torrance, CA 90505.

Visit our website at www.LEDtronics.com. Ask for data sheet (log #167).

Datasheet: pnl-1145

For Technical Information Contact:
Jordon Papanier at 310-534-1505
E-Mail: webmaster@ledtronics.com


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