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March 2013

MechaTronix launches IceLED modular active LED cooling

with the new era of high lumen shop lighting and high bays there was a definitive need for effective and low cost active led cooling

the iceled modular active led cooler was specifically developed for spot, down lights and high bays from 2000 to 8.000 lumen (20 to 100w cooling) besides the high lifetime design >60khrs (l 10 life time @ 25°c) and super silent working mode these coolers offer a unique thermal performance and an aesthetic high end look 

the iceled was designed in this way that almost all available led engines in the market can be mounted without adding additional drilling or tapping costs, including led holders from tyco electronics and reflectors from various manufactures


all zhaga compatible modules like the philips fortimo slm, ge infusion,… as well as some specific modules like the bridgelux rs array, citizen cll030/040/050 series and the xicato xpm & xsm led engines can be mounted with standard self tapping screws m3x6mm 

this makes the iceled not only an extraordinary development from point of view of thermal performance and looks, but makes the iceled unique in his class with regards to the set market pricing

datasheets and drawings are as usual available online on www.led-heatsink.com 
a flipchart is developed for the iceled, both in soft as hard copy version, which gives you a perfect overview of the compatible led modules, as well as easy to use overlay which immediately indicates the mounting holes you need.


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