Philips Indoor LED Batten - Tri Colour & Dual Power


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A Versatile Indoor LED Batten Light

The Philips SmartBright LED Batten is a simple and flexible light fitting. All you need to do is pick the right size (length) that you require. Your preferred brightness and colour temperature can be adjusted on-site at the time of install. 

  • Choose between '2 Foot' (60cm) or '4 Foot' (113.5cm). See the drop-down menu at the top of this page.
  • Five-year warranty - from a brand that you can trust.
  • 50,000 hour lifetime - that's over ten years if running 12 hours per day, 365 days per year.
  • IP20 rating suits all indoor LED batten lighting applications.

Philips LED Batten Features

Dual Power - Adjustable Light Output

These Philips LED battens include a 'Dual Power Switch'. With the flick of a switch, these fittings can mimic either a single or twin-tube fluorescent batten.

The dual power switch also means you can maximise your energy-savings. For example, you can select the low power mode in corridors and other low-usage areas. Then, above work areas you can choose the brighter option for task lighting. 

To really optimise your light levels you can conduct your installation along with a lux meter. Over-spec lighting is wasteful and can cause unnecessarily high electricity bills.

Here's a summary of how the Philips LED batten light compares to older fluorescent lights:

Philips LED Batten Power Usage Replaces / Equivalent To
12W (600mm) 1 x 18W T8 or 1 x 14W T5 Fluro Tube
20W (600mm) 2 x 18W T8 or 2 x 14W T5 Fluro Tubes
20W (1135mm) 1 x 36W T8 or 1 x 28W T5 Fluro Tube
40W (1135mm) 2 x 36W T8 or 2 x 28W T5 Fluro Tubes

Over 50% Energy Savings

Fluorescent batten light fittings draw more power than the tubes they contain. On the other hand, these Philips LED battens will only consume their rated power.

As an example, a single "36W" fluro tube actually consumes about 45W of power once you account for the ballast. The equivalent Philips LED batten light uses just 20W - an energy reduction of over 50%.

Tri-Colour Switch - Selectable Colour Temperature

One challenge in buying lighting online is choosing the right colour temperature. The Philips LED batten takes this worry away as it includes three options with each fitting. The included tri colour switch lets you select the best lighting colour for your property. It also means you can better match the colour temperature of these new LED battens with any existing light fittings.

Philips LED Batten Tri Colour Switch Options

This Philips LED batten light includes three colour temperature options built-in. 

Specifications - Philips SmartBright Indoor LED Batten Light Fitting

Power Consumption Selectable on unit - 2Ft: 12W or 20W, 4Ft: 20W or 40W
Colour Temperature Selectable on unit - 4000K (Neutral White), 5000K (Daylight), or 6500K (Cool White)
Fitting Type Surface mounted ceiling batten light fitting
Voltage 220-240 V AC
Beam Angle 130˚
Lifetime 50,000 hours
Light Output 600mm - 1380lm (12W) or 2000lm (20W)
1135mm - 2300lm (20W) or 4000lm (40W)
Dimmable No
Dimensions 'L600' - 600mm x 65mm x 65mm
'L1200' - 1135mm x 65mm x 65mm
Weight 0.85kg (600mm), 1.45kg (1135mm)
Material White metal housing, polycarbonate (PC) diffuser
Installation Installation by an electrician. Mounting screws included.
Warranty 5 years
IP Rating IP20 (indoor use)
Carton Quantity 8 (this listing of for 1 unit)
Product Identifiers Philips BN125C LED SWT / SCCT L600 or L1200 PSU AU (description); 911401822080, 911401822180 (part numbers); 8710163344362, 8710163344379 (barcodes).
Further Info Product Brochure (PDF), Installation Guide (PDF)

Frequently Asked Questions

What other LED batten options are available?

See our complete range of LED batten light fittings and LED tubes.

Is an emergency / battery back up model available?

Yes - please see our regular indoor batten for an emergency back up option in the '4 foot' size. Or see our full range of LED emergency lights.

What does 'L70' mean?

L70 is a standard way to rate the useful operating life of an LED light fitting. It describes the expected lifetime of the fitting when it still retains at least 70% of its initial light output. Although Philips states the lifetime of this product as 50,000 hours, its actual L70 rating is a whopping 74,000 hours.


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