Symbols

This symbol denotes the luminaire’s light distribution, direct, direct/indirect, asymmetrical, round beam, etc. Several symbols next to the same luminaire indicate that the luminaire is available in different designs.  

Denotes which light source/light sources that can be supplied with the luminaire. Several symbols next to the same luminaire indicate that the luminaire is available in different designs.  

Denotes that the luminaire is equipped with white LEDs, LED with a color temperature shift or with RGB switching.  

Denotes the luminaire’s IP classification. If several figures are stated, the luminaire can also have a classification between these figures, or can be adapted to the higher classification. See also the table at the bottom of the page.  

Class I. Appliances with functioning insulation. Equipped with an earth termination.  

Class II. Appliance with double insulation. Complete insulation of all parts without earth termination. The appliance should be marked with the symbol.  

Class III. For connection to low voltage via a separate transformer. The appliance should be marked with the symbol.  

Signifies that the luminaire can be obtained in designs with emLED.  

Signifies that the luminaire is available in designs for conventional emergency lighting operation.  

Indicates that the surface temperature of the luminaire is limited in accordance with the demands set out in EN 60598-2-24 (max. 90 °C on the luminaire’s upward turned surfaces under normal operation).  

States the maximum normal ambient temperature for the luminaire. Unless otherwise stated, 25 °C applies. Labels on luminaires intended for temperatures exceeding 25 °C carry a separate ta-marking stating the maximum temperature.  

A large number of our products function well at higher temperatures, for inquiries about this please contact our customer service for more information.

The luminaire must not be covered with insulation.

The F-symbol which used to indicate that the luminaire could be mounted on normally combustible surfaces has been removed from the EN 60598-1 product standard for luminaires. According to the latest edition of the standard, the luminaire must only be marked if the product does not meet the requirements for recessing in the ceiling void or mounting on normally combustible surfaces or for covering with insulation.

All Fagerhult luminaires meet the requirements for recessing in the ceiling void or mounting on normally combustible surfaces. Where certain luminaires must not be covered with insulation, this will be specified in Fagerhult’s product information and assembly instructions.

 

 

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