Affordable, robust solution

HF-Selectalume II for PL-T/C Strain Relief

HF-Selectalume II for PL-T/C Strain Relief

HF-Selectalume II for PL-T/C Strain Relief

  • Affordable, robust solution

    • The HF-SII PL-T/C/T5c range has a robust design and meets internal safety, EMC and Immunity test requirements, including safety approbation via an external test house covering IEC/EN 61347.
    • No igniter/capacitor needed; simplified wiring compared with electromagnetic solutions
    • The Wago 250 connector offers the flexibility for horizontal-manual or push-in robot wiring, including a simple wire-release facility.


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HF-Selectalume II is the most cost-effective, reliable, slim and affordable fluorescent solution, with highly disruptive technology for energy saving, system flexibility and unsurpassed performance.The cost-saving HF-Selectalume II has a robust design which meets all relevant international safety and performance standards. The HF-S II strain relief is optimized for PL-T/C lamps.HF-Selectalume II is intended for use with indoor lighting fixtures such as spotlights, downlights and recessed luminaires, which are largely used in office, retail, industry, hotel, restaurant and other applications where control devices are installed with occasional On/Off switching activity


CELMA energy efficiency index EEI = A2
Complies with CE and Kema-Keur
Average lifetime over 30,000 hours at ambient temperature = 50 °C
10% failure rate at maximum test point = 70 °C, and over 5,000 on/off switches on one lamp
Suitable for luminaires in protection class I and, after testing, class II


Ideal for commercial indoor lighting applications where there is a need to reduce the wattage per square meter or to reduce operating costs
Mainly for indoor applications such as spotlights, downlights and recessed fixtures characterized by long operating hours and infrequent switching activity (On/Off)
In fixtures that are largely specific for retail stores, office buildings, supermarkets, hotels, convenience stores and industrial premises with long operating hours (e.g. corridors)