The Smart Vision Lights LHF300 series was designed as a direct LED replacement for standard fluorescent lighting and provides a homogenous output.
The plug & play design of the direct connect linear light series gives users tremendous flexibility without the concern of additional wiring. The LHF300 array utilizes 30 high intensity LEDs and features a diffuse lens cover designed to disperse the light in the same fashion as a fluorescent light of equivalent length and provides an even distribution.
It also features an integrated constant current driver built into the device. It utilizes 24 VDC and can operate in continuous or strobe mode. NPN or PNP strobe triggers can be used to control the pulse of the light.
Reasons to select the Smart Vision Lights LHF300
The ability to directly connect up to six LHF300 lights allows for creating ultra-long linear lights at a fraction of the cost of traditional monolithic solutions - without any loss in uniformity. Daisy-chaining the lights by means of a cable connection allows the custom positioning of the single bars.
Used in strobed mode the light can easily be triggered from the strobe out signal of the camera.
The built-in driver allows the light to work in continuous operation or triggered mode. Its 0-10 V analogue control line gives the user total control over intensity in both modes.
The optional industrial 5 pin M12 connector allows a stable and quick connection.
The front lights are available in the following standard colours: White (6500 K), blue (470 nm), red (625 nm) and Infrared (850 nm).
- Colour: white, blue, red and IR (850 nm)
- Dimensions: 308 mm x 65 mm x 36 mm
- I/O: built-in driver for continuous and triggered mode
- Connector: 4 pin Phoenix connector, M12 connector option
- Miscellaneous: available as ODLHF300 overdrive model
- Power supply: 24 VDC, max. 750 mA
- Operating temperature: -20 °C to +50 °C
- Protection: IP50
Markets and Applications
This is a general purpose LED illumination product fitting a wide range of applications. Its primary use is the replacement of fluorescent illumination, possible thanks to the very even light distribution.