Oreon introduces hybrid cooled LED fixture:

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Oreon has introduced its hybrid cooled COMMANDER for greenhouse farming.
“The Commander responds to the demand for Oreon’s quality fixtures without external water cooling,” says Jan Mol, director of Oreon. “Heat management is essential in LED lighting. Oreon has now combined technologies, resulting in ‘the next level’ LED grow light that rivals our water-cooled LED fixtures in terms of performance and reliability.”

“In cooperation with Taiwanese Cooler Master, experts in complex cooling systems, cooling fins with an integrated cooling system have been developed. The highly effective heat distribution and open structure allows air cooling to do Its job optimally” explains CTO Twan Mennink. “The result of this hybrid cooling technology Is a fixture with an output of almost 7000 micromol/s at 1800 watts. This means an efficiency of 3.9 micromol/J at 100% power.
The high light output enables growers to light their greenhouses with fewer fixtures, making the Commander a cost-effective LED solution. A specially developed LED ensures uniform light distribution even in high-wire crops.”

The Commander is custom-made: 2 to 4 separately controllable channels and power outputs of 1050, 1170, 1400 and 1800W. In addition, the grower determines his desired spectrum. This makes the fixture suitable for all crops and usable in both retrofit and new installations.

The Oreon LED Control Center (OLCC), a Bluetooth SIG MESH network, dynamically controls all lamps and offers growers infinite flexibility in grouping. Also, the OLCC provides information about each individual lamp such as temperature, voltage and power consumption. In the future, it will be possible to add sensors to an individual lamp.
Oreon presents the Commander at GreenTech. Visit the Oreon booth (1.632) from Tuesday, June 11 to Thursday, June 13 at the RAI In Amsterdam.

For more information:
Oreon
Lorentzlaan 6
3401 MX IJsselstein, Netherlands
+31 30 760 0660
[email protected]
www.oreon-led.com

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