The new Megaman Ensio is an integrated LED floodlight available with both symmetrical and asymmetrical beam distribution. The latest addition to the company’s growing fixtures and fittings range, Ensio is suitable for outdoor floodlighting applications, and complies with EU directives, making it an ideal replacement for metal halide floodlight lamps.
The Ensio LED floodlight is available with two alternative beam distributors. The symmetric version allows for an evenly distributed light, suitable for wide area applications. The asymmetrical version features a higher output at the top of the vertical axis and is essential for an even beam where the floodlight is mounted close to an object that requires illumination.
This high quality, low energy alternative to traditional high output metal halide floodlights, features unique LED louvre optics for low glare and enhanced photometric control. Emitting an impressive 22,000 lumens and with a service life of 50,000 hours, the Ensio is the ideal solution for large commercial outdoor installations, stadiums and billboards. Furthermore, the Ensio reduces energy bills by up to 30% when compared to conventional, high intensity discharge lamp floodlights.
Electrical contractors will also benefit from ease of installation. The Ensio is housed within slim and lightweight pre-treated and powder-coated aluminium extrusion, which allows for quick installation and also protects against corrosion. In addition, with both IK08 and vented IP65 ratings, it is weather and dust resistant but also vandal resistant - providing superior durability and reducing long-term maintenance costs.
Fred Bass, Director at Megaman commented: “The addition of the Ensio LED floodlight to our portfolio of outdoor lighting solutions provides electrical contractors with a viable alternative to the metal halide floodlights that are now being phased out under EU law. The Ensio not only complies with EU directives, but will also deliver the same performance as halide lamps with an increased level of energy efficiency.”