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The BIG FLUX is ideal for illuminating high, wide trees which, for example, have been incorporated into decking or for illuminating wide facades from the ground.

  • Produces a strong and focused light
  • Designed for illuminating tall elements up to 7½ meters
  • Drive-over
Installation advice:

A BIG FLUX every 2 to 2.5 meters

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BIG FLUX PEARL GREY
Pearl Grey
  • Pearl Grey
  • Stainless Steel
Specifications
General

The BIG FLUX produces a light angle of 26 degrees and light distribution of 7.5 meters high. This means the BIG FLUX is ideal for illuminating high, wide trees which, for example, have been incorporated into decking or for illuminating wide facades from the ground.

The BIG FLUX can also be perfectly combined with the SPIKE accessory. This ground pin makes it easy to install the BIG FLUX in loose surfaces like soil, gravel or lawn.

Important: the BIG FLUX cannot be installed in the BOX-100 accessory.

Product Details

Color
Pearl Grey
Height mm
64
Height inch
2.52
Mounting depth mm
70
Mounting depth inch
2.76
Diameter Inch
2.68
Diameter mm
68
Mounting diameter mm
60
Housing
Polycarbonate
Ring/Cover plate
Aluminum
Voltage
12 volt
Electric potential
4.2VA
Power
3W
Light source
LED
Lighting direction
Upwards
Lighting reach ft
24.61
Lighting reach m
7.5
Burning time
25000
Color temperature
3100
CRI
93
Net Luminous Flux
272lm
Light color
Warm white
Energy label
F
IP-class
68
Application
Hedge, House, Tree
Processing
Concrete, Grass, Natural stone, Wood
Luminous Efficacy
91lm/W
Features
Drive-over

Installation instructions

Installation instructions
This ground light is installed inside a hole in wood (using a wood drill) or stone (using a water-cooled diamond drill) with a diameter of 60 mm. An in-lite dealer or gardener can do this for you. Important: this fixture must be installed in a straight drill hole of the right size to ensure that it fits snugly without damaging the casing of the ground light.
 
System
Cables & transformer
 

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