STRADA-IP-2X6 INSTALLATION GUIDE
General information of STRADA-IP-2X6-product assembly. The following instructions should be observed before using product. To ensure reliable assembly, STRADA-IP-2X6 fastening materials (heat sink, screw) need to be suitable for lens attachment.
1. HEAT SINK MACHINING
- Cable holes and screw thread holes must be done before lens assembly
- After cable holes and threaded screw holes are machined, ensure that anodized heat sink surface is even
- Correct thickness of the PCB is 1.6 mm
- Screw thread hole accuracy is +-0.1 mm (yellow arrow in picture)
- Screw vertical straightness tolerance is +-⊥0.1 mm A
2. SCREW REQUIREMENTS
- STRADA-IP-2X6 lens attachment screws are of type M3. (DIN 7985, ISO 7045/ISO 14583 TX)
- Countersunk screw is not allowed
- Self-tapping screws are not recommended
- Maximum tightening torque of the screws is 0,6 Nm
Differing from other STRADA-IP-2X6 lenses, the CS14145_STRADA-IP-2X6-DWC-90 module needs countersunk screws of type M3 (DIN 965) for fastening the PCB to heat sink.
Please note: LEDiL recommends the use of the M3 nylon washers (DIN 125 / ISO 7089) below fastening screws on our STRADA-IP-2X6 modules to minimize stresses induced by torqueing of the screws. Like all PMMA lenses STRADA-IP-2X6 is also prone to environmental stress cracking. Please make sure that chemicals used in the fixture manufacturing do not cause stress cracking risk with PMMA.
3. ASSEMBLY ORDER
- heat sink
- MCPCB with thermal pad or thermal paste
- Make sure that MCPCB wires come through heat sink hole
- Lens/silicon seal
- Use lens position pins to align MCPCB.
- Make sure that the seal is positioned appropriately on the lens (Improper positioning of the seal causes risks to both IP protection and cracking of the lens.)
4. SCREW FASTENING
- Install all screws in place before final tightening.
- Max torque 0.6 Nm
- Tightening order
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