The sticker on the product indicates the name, the part number, the power consumption and the serial number of the product. Be sure to check the content before using the product and handle the sticker with care.
The date of manufacturing is included in the serial number of the product : XXXXXXYYMM-ZZZ with YY corresponding to the year and MM to the month. If the sticker is missing or damaged and the content cannot be checked, please contact Effilux.
The technical information and conditions of use are detailed in the technical documentation of the product.
The protection index (IP) is an international standard of the International Electrotechnical Commission relating to sealing. This index classifies the level of protection offered by a material against the intrusion of solid and liquid bodies. The index format, given by standard IEC 60529, is IPXX where XX are two digits and / or a letter.
|PROTECTION SIGN||FIRST FIGURE||SECOND NUMBER|
|2: Protection against the intrusion of solid bodies larger than 12mm.||X: No protection specified.|
|5: Protection against dust and other microscopic residues.||X: No protection specified.|
|5: Protection against dust and other microscopic residues.||4: Protection against water spray from all directions.|
|6: Total dust protection.||5: Protection against splashing water from all directions.|
|6: Total dust protection.||7: Protection against the effects of temporary immersion (up to 1m) and for 30 minutes.|
|6: total dust protection||8: Protection against the effects of prolonged immersion (beyond 1m) and for 1 hour.|
|6: Total dust protection.||9K: Protection against high-pressure, high-temperature jet sprays, washdowns or steam-cleaning procedure. (Standard provided for food industry)|
Please refer to the user guide for the exact IP rating of the product.
On request, EFFILUX can design waterproof lights.
As a manufacturer of lighting always concerned about the safety of its customers, EFFILUX relies on the standard EN 62471: 2008, Photobiological safety of LED lighting and devices using LED lighting.
This standard allows classification of LED lighting according to risk groups.
In the event of direct, repeated and high-power exposure, blue light can cause damage to the eye: toxic effect on the retina, aggravating effect of macular degeneration, glare. These risks are all the more important for children because of their greater sensitivity to blue light.
This is why as a manufacturer of LED lights, EFFILUX must inform its customers of the existence of these risks, even if they are minimal for normal use of its LED lights.
The standard on photo-biological safety of LED lighting EN 62471: 2008 provides a methodology for risk measurement and classification.
It is important to emphasize that the level of risk is partly related to the distance between the light source and the eye. The level of risk is also linked to an exposure time. Other factors affecting the level of risk are the light output and the shape of the beam.
On request, EFFILUX can provide a certificate of maximum risk level for its LED lighting.
Whatever the level of risk of the lamp, we recommend that you never look directly at a switched on light and avoid directing the beam of light into the eyes of another person.