A spotlight for the future
The Marathon spotlight series is designed for a retail environment where a classic cylindrical spotlight is often required. It is available either in standard (on/off) or a dimmable DALI version.
Meeting the demands of tomorrow
In tomorrow’s retail environment the light will be controlled to create identity, increase flexibility during shop redecoration or reduce energy consumption. This places high demands on the luminaire itself. Marathon LED iTrack meets these demands.
Marathon LED; in 1100, 2000 and 3000 lumen versions both for dimming and non dimming.
In the case of the 1100 lumen version, Fagerhult is the market leader by offering 10 degree narrow beam light distribution. Marathon LED iTrack is controlled via DALI and can be dimmed from 100% to 10%. If it is dimmed 50% the amount of energy saved is also 50%. In fact, the luminaire is more efficient the more it is dimmed since the LED unit has increased efficiency on low current.
High quality colour rendering
Marathon LED has an excellent CRI (Colour Rendering Index) comparable with metal halide. The standard version has CRI>80 but CRI>90 is also available. In applications with low to normal ceiling heights, Marathon LED can easily replace metal halide solutions. The Marathon LED spotlight series fulfills Zhaga requirements thus ensuring future interchangeability between LED manufacturers.
All Fagerhult products are thoroughly tested and are always at least five degrees below the temperature limits stated by component suppliers. This mean that the light sources and ballasts in Fagerhult products have a longer expected life time than normal.
iTrack adapter included for installation on iTrack. Ballast housing and luminaire housing of enameled aluminium extrusion/die cast aluminium. Front ring of thermal plastic. Philips SLM 1100lm, 2000lm and 3000lm. Available in 3000 and 4000K, CRI>80 for standard version but also available with CRI>90 on request. Metalized reflector. Colour settings in white (RAL9010) and black (RAL9005).
Pan 360˚, tilt 0-90˚. Passive and active
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