The Halers range of LED downlights has expanded, with many more now versions now available including the H2 Lite which is a compact LED downlight at just 57.5mm deep. Also recently added is the H4 eyeball which is fire rated, dimmable, adjustable and IP65 rated. Further information including data sheets can be found be clicking on the links above.
Here are some of the key selling features of the Halers H2 (formally known as Evo LED)
Halers H2 LED downlights (formally known as Evo LED).
H2 LED downlights are as bright as 50W halogen downlights and provide 90% energy savings.
Fire rated for 30, 60 and 90 minute rated ceilings.
IP65 rated. Fully water and dust proof as standard.
Available in neutural white (also known as cool white) 4000K or warm white 3000K.
Cut your CO2 emissions by 252kg per fitting.
Easy to install, every downlight comes with an integrated LED driver.
Built in heat sink to allow for heat dissipation.
Complies with Building Regulations Parts B, C, E, P and L.
Dimmable versions also available.
Life expectancy 70,000 hours or 34 years based on 6 hours per day use.
Lasts 40 times longer than halogen.
Short payback time.
H2 LED downlights generate very little heat are cool enough to touch even when left on for long periods of time.
F Capped approved which means that insulation can be laid directly on them.
Click here for the Halers H2 cost and carbon saving calculator.
How many downlights should I install? Clicking here gives you an idea but different rooms require different Lux levels, please feel free to contact us to discuss your individual requirements.
Halers H2 (Evo LED) fire rated LED downlights are a longer lasting, low energy alternative to halogen. Using just 7.9W to power them due to the efficiency of the built in LED driver, they provide 90% energy savings whilst producing 425 lumen. The H2 was one of the first fully fire rated LED downlights and now comes in a choice of 6 different finishes, with none dimmable or dimmable options. Downlights Direct recommends using the Zano GRID500 for dimming the Halers range of downlights CLICK HERE to view.
One of the main questions we regularly get asked is which is better; warm white (3000K) or neutral white (4000K)? The choice is yours and is a matter of taste, warm white is warmer and cosier in appearance. Warm white is quite similar to a halogen or incandescent light. Neutral white is clearer and more clinical in appearance, this colour temperature is more popular in commercial environments as it is brighter, however some people don't like the cold effect it can have in their homes. If you are unsure, warm white is the safer option.
The picture below shows the difference between halogen and the H2 in warm white and neutral white: