Syska has launched two new LED lighting products–the T5 LED Batten– SSK-SQ2201 (PC-Polycarbonate) and Syska T5 LED Batten (AL – Aluminium) – SSK-SQ2201 — in India at Rs 449 and Rs 549 respectively. The company believes that these LED lighting products will be useful for professionals who are working from home by countering dim lighting. These new LED lights have been manufactured within the country, said Syska. Both products can be purchased online from leading e-commerce platforms as well as from retail stores.
Syska T5 LED Batten (PC) and Syska T5 LED Batten (AL) LED lights have surge protection of 4KV and are installed with 440V OVP (Over Voltage Protection). These lights can be fixed with the help of clippers along with screws. The parallel distance between the two clippers should be more than 100mm and should be used at a stable power supply of AC 220 to 240 Volts. It is recommended to not cover any thermal insulation material while using the light fixture, to avoid fire accidents and install during raining conditions, dimming circuits, or electronic switch.
The Syska T5 LED Batten (AL) has a colour temperature of 6500K and has an operating temperature. range of -10 °C to 60 °C, while the T5 LED Batten (PC) has a colour temperature of 3000K to 6500K and an operating temperature. range of -10 °C to 50 °C. Syska T5 LED Batten (PC-Polycarbonate) and Syska T5 LED Batten (Aluminium) come with a brightness of 2200 lumens.
Commenting on the launch of the Syska SSK-SQ2201 LED batten, Rajesh Uttamchandani, Director, Syska Group, said, “The Syska T5 LED Batten (PC) and Syska T5 LED Batten (AL) lights have been designed to offer consumers comfort while working from home without having to face health issues such as strain to the eyes, tiredness or migraine headaches.”


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