KSP to go - FAQ

LED lighting

LED luminaires are heat-sensitive, how can they work in combination with a heater?

You're right. Basically, every LED luminaire is sensitive to heat and if you permanently expose it to high temperatures, this…
You're right. Basically, every LED luminaire is sensitive to heat and if you permanently expose it to high temperatures, this is usually at the expense of the lifetime of the LEDs. Our KSP to go® LED sets, however, have not been simply combined with ceiling radiant panels, but have been specially developed for the combined operation. In order to conserve the LED luminaires, each individual luminaire is supplied with only 22 W. In addition, each luminaire has a large aluminium heat sink and is positioned with our special mounting brackets so that there is virtually no heat transfer from the ceiling plate to the LED. This was checked and proved by extensive thermographic measurements.
Posted 2 years agoby iomAdmin
Please use our KSP to go® LED Sets (Box 10). Each set consists of four pieces of LED lamps, which can be attached to the side of the radiant panels. The set also includes special hook-in hooks for the RP, as well as long connecting cables and connecting materials. You can achieve an average lighting intensity of 400 - 500 Lux for double-sided mounting of the ceiling radiant panels and mounting heights of up to 6 m (see planning examples LED). If this is not sufficient, your customer can still work with additional lights.
Posted 2 years agoby iomAdmin

How useful is the side LED illumination on the KSP to go® radiant panels?

Where heat is needed, light is usually also required, which is why the optimum mounting locations for the ceiling radiators…
Where heat is needed, light is usually also required, which is why the optimum mounting locations for the ceiling radiators and the lighting are usually identical. You can only avoid a suboptimal placement of one of the two systems if you combine both. With our LED lighting set for the "KSP to go®" your customer gets a sensible heating and lighting from a single source and saves additional costs for e.g. Cable ducts, light strips, suspensions and assemblies.
Posted 2 years agoby iomAdmin
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