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Lumos Lighting Warranty & Return Policy2017-01-01
Lumos Lighting Replacement Warranty: · Lumos offers a 1 Year Replacement Warranty on most Lumos product unless specified on the Lumos product. · If you require a Replacement, The product will be invoiced out to you.· When the faulty product has been returned back to Lumos and checked by our Cred...
Ingress Protection IP Rating2017-03-06
State by the code IP (ingress protection) followed by two significant numbers, of which the first identifies the protection against the entry of solid bodies and the second against the entry of liquids. non-protectednon-protectedprotected against solid objects greater than 50mmprotected against dripping waterprotected against solid objects greater ...
Recent Projects2017-04-10
Lumos LightingTrack Light projects
Lumos Freight Policy2018-01-01
Freight Charges: - Our minimum free In store order value is $200+gst. (This is for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane & Adelaide Metro Areas only)- Orders below $200 will attract a freight cost.- Orders that are required to be sent direct to end users will attract a freight cost- Custom orders will attract a freight cost.- Orders to regional, remote ...
Off peak electricty2016-12-01
Off peak electrictySome electricity suppliers in Australia offer customers different charging tariffs depending on time of day, for example, Peak hours (8am-8pm) are more expensive than Off-Peak (8pm-8am).Suppliers can signal the tariff change to various devices (such as Hot Water systems to turn on) by using a feature called "Ripple Control&q...
Types of leds2016-12-01
Types of leds Because the LED form factor is so versatile they can be made into all types of lighting from down lights to strip lighting to individual bulbs.. There are three basic types of LEDs that can be used for lighting: T-type LEDsSurface Mount Device (SMD) LEDs (sometimes called sub-mounted device)Chip-on-Board (COB) LEDs All these LEDs use...
Led colour temperatures2016-12-01
Led colour temperaturesWhen purchasing LED lights you need to ensure not only will they be bright enough, but that the colour will be suitable for the area you wish to light up. For example, a white light may be suitable for a kitchen but most likely not for a lounge area (who wants to relax in an area as bright as a 711 store!). The suitability o...
Brightness and leds2016-12-01
Brightness and ledsProbably the most challenging part of buying a LED is ensuring it is bright enough for its intended purpose. It is the single biggest area of frustration with consumers.For example, many people think it is a simple matter of swapping out the common 50w halogen you find in most homes with a similar looking LED bulb, as shown on th...
Dimming leds2016-12-01
Dimming ledsIt is an expectation that when you buy a LED light fitting you will be able to control the brightness via the same dimmer you use with your halogen or other incandescent lights. LEDs use a different method to perform dimming known as Pulse Width Modulation.On the other hand, halogens/incandescent lights use a TRIAC dimmer (the normal di...
Advantages of led lighting2016-11-17
Advantages of led lighting LEDs have low power requirementsLEDs run from low-voltage DCNo dangerous voltages such as the high-voltage AC associated with fluorescent lampsCan be used in portable battery-powered devices to provide very bright lightLEDs are very efficient in terms of light outputCurrent LED technology is generating over 50 lumens per ...
LED Guide2016-11-07
What is an LED?LED is an acronym for "Light Emitting Diode" which is self explanatory if you are a geek. Instead of a filament as you would find in normal incandescent or halogen lights, an LED contains things called semi-conductors which are powered by a DC current.There one is one semi-conductor on the negative side, and another on the ...