enLighten Vico LED Batten with Sensor


Enlighten

$149.95 AUD 

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Cut LED Batten Power Usage By Up to 90%

Unlike other LED battens, the enLighten Vico includes an integrated motion sensor. This allows the light fitting to dim down or switch off when no one is around.

The microwave sensor sits behind the diffuser, so you can't even see it. This design means the fitting can retain a fully weatherproof rating of IP65. It's also much more effective than old-fashioned passive infrared (PIR) motion sensors.

Energy Usage Comparison 600mm (2ft) Size 1200mm (4ft) Size
Old Twin Fluro T8 Fitting (including ballast) 45W 90W
Vico LED Batten (100% brightness) 18W 36W
Vico LED Batten (20% brightness, standby mode)
5W 8W

Note: The Vico Emergency models consume approximately 2W more in both modes. Fluro usage based on 2 x 18W tube (2ft) and 2 x 36W tube (4ft) fittings.

These Vico LED Battens with sensor are ideal for all areas with intermittent usage. They've been installed in fire stairs, car parks, and corridors across the country. They're an ideal upgrade anywhere you find lights that are 'always on'.

Use the drop down menus at the top of this page to choose:

  • Size: 600mm '2ft' or 1200mm '4ft'.
  • Type: standard or emergency back up model.

How The Motion Sensor Control Works

Both the regular and emergency models can operate in a standby mode with 20% light output. On detection of movement, the light will switch to 100% brightness before returning to standby after a set period of time. The time delay can be set to 5s, 30s, 90s, or 3 minutes. The fittings can then switch off after a further 90s or 3 minutes, or remain in standby.

Don't need an integrated motion sensor in all areas?

For areas that don't need a sensor we recommend you use one of our other LED battens. The fitting which looks the most similar is the Philips IP65 Outdoor LED Batten. On the other hand, our Verbatim IP65 LED Batten looks a little different, but has the same colour temperature as the Vico (5000K).

Specifications - enLighten Vico LED Linear Batten

Fitting Type Complete light fitting
Power Consumption 600mm: 18W standard, 20W emergency
1200mm: 36W standard, 38W emergency
(1200mm can also be set to half-power mode)
Voltage 220 - 240V
Lifetime 60,000 hours
Colour Temperature Cool White 5000K
Material Polycarbonate
Light Output 600mm: 2,175 lumens
1200mm: 4,020 lumens
Ratings IP65 (waterproof) and IK10 (highest level of impact resistance)
Dimensions Chosen length x 105mm (width) x 85mm (depth)
Weight 600mm: 1.8kg, 1200mm: 2.9kg
Battery For emergency models: replaceable 12V 1500 mAh NiCd/NiMH battery. Allows light to run for at least 90 minutes in a blackout.
Installation To be completed by an electrician
Product Identifiers BL18 600mm standard, BL18S 600mm emergency, BL18E 600mm emergency, BL18ES 600mm with MW sensor, BL36 1200mm standard, BL36S 1200mm with MW sensor, BL36E 1200mm emergency, BL36ES 1200mm with MW sensor, BL44 500mm standard, BL44S 1500mm with MW sensor, BL44E 1500mm emergency, BL44ES 1500mm emergency with MW sensor.
Further Documentation
Spec Sheet (PDF), Installation Instructions (PDF), IES file for professional lighting designers (18W, 36W, 44W).

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you sell the Vico options without sensors?

Yes - we can order these in for jobs which require 10 or more fittings in total. Send us a custom order request, and we'll be in touch. For most jobs we recommend you simply use one of our other in-stock LED batten lights.

Is the Vico available in 1500mm '5 foot' size?

The 5 Foot size is only available via special order. It has a power consumption of 44W standard, 46W emergency. A minimum order (100 units) and lead time applies (12 weeks). Please contact us to place an order.

Is the Vico available in a format to replace single tube fittings?

The 4ft 1200mm size can be set to operate in a half-power mode to match the brightness of a single tube fluro fitting. See the installation instructions PDF in the specifications table above for details.


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