An aesthetically designed, compact size floodlight

GE CMH FLOOD is ideal for city beautification & facade applications. Primarily designed for use with CMH lamps, it provides excellent beam spread and colour rendering


Flood Lighting - CMH Flood


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Applications

  • Highlighting sculptures, trees and focal points within public parks
  • Signages and buildings
  • Landscape, detail lighting, mini billboards


Specification Features

  • Compliant to IEC60598-2-5, CISPA15, IEC61000-3-2 etc.
  • CMH 35W, 70W & 150W G12 lamp, 150W compact flood should be used with gearbox
  • Tool-less entry for ease of maintenance
  • IP65 with Charcoal filter
  • Die-cast aluminum housing with electrostatic painting
  • Anodized aluminum reflector, with narrow & medium beam options
  • Automatic thermal-cut off control gears
  • Optional Colour Glass


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Order Logic

CF 35 C 8 MSB NB B R

Product

Wattage

Lamp

Voltage

Ballast

Optical

Color

Options (colorful glass)
CF=COMPACT FLOOD 35=35W
70=70W
15=150W
C=CMH 8=220V/50HZ
6=240V/50HZ
7=230V/50HZ
3=220V/60HZ
2=230V/60HZ
X=No Electri Box
MSB=CMH ballast NB=Narrow Beam
MB=Medium Beam
B=Black R=Red
Y=Yellow
G=Green
B=Blue


Gearbox Order

EBT 01 8 E

Product

Wattage

Voltage

Ballast
EBT 15=150W 3=220V/60HZ
6=240V50HZ
7=230V/50HZ
8=220V/50HZ
E=MSB


Dimensions

Effective Projected Area: 0.03m²
Weight : 3.3 kg (35W), 3.6kg (70W)
 



Gearbox

Weight : 3.7 kg
 




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