LINOP Cyberlite 50 S Spotlight / Floodlight


The Cyberlite 50 S consists of 4 clusters of LED lamps à 10 Watt (9 chips per lamp) and operates in a wavelength range of 395 nm. Each LED cluster is shielded by an aspherical lens. Mirrors are reflecting the outgoing light onto the surface area so that the light is evenly distributed.

Furthermore, Cyberlite 50 S in combination with the LINOP U 500 control unit is LIN-Bus controlled. Sensors are sending an error message to the control unit in case the emitted light is no longer sufficient. This ensures a high level of production security. In addition, the Cyberlite 50 S self-regulating itself in case of loss of intensity. Due to the aspheric lenses, the individual light beams now interact with each other, thus resulting in a very homogenous distribution of the light over the surface area.

The Cyberlite 50 S is controlled via the LINOP U 500 control units by means of a cable. By means of LINOP BoosterPacks you can control up to 15 lamps with 1 LINOP U 500. LINOP 500 control units have a serial interface and can be connected with any PLC by means of a LIN-Bus control.

By using the LINOP BoosterPack, up to 5 lamps can be controlled simultaneously. A maximum of 3 boosters can be operated, which will then control up to a maximum of 15 lamps.

The array of lamps can be done separately as individual spotlights or in a row in order to achieve a floodlight. The whole system is modular based. The advantage is that each Cyberlite can be controlled and regulated individually via the LIN-Bus system. The real advantage of a LED based floodlight is to our mind only given, when the light is not permanently switched on.

For a start, this intensity compared to conventional gas discharge lamps does not sound very impressive, but in fact, it is. It must be considered that an LED lamp emits relevant light only (e.g. 395 nm). Furthermore, the electronic system produces heat, but not the light source itself. This constitutes an enormous loss of energy when using conventional lamps. An LED lamp, however, needs much less energy than traditional lamps with similar power. Although the light emitted by the LED lamps is cold, so that also thermosensitive parts can be irradiated without any problems, the heat produced by the electronic system must not be underestimated. That is why there are water-cooled solutions are offered on the market, which are quite complex and thus correspondingly cost-intensive. We decided to take a different approach: we are working with a cooling fan system with an additional small cooling fan (approx. 30 dB). Its particular charm is its simplicity. Temperatures will not exceed 35 °C, and an integrated sensor will stop the system if the temperature gets too high. The fans will start only if the temperature measurement result requires it.

Cyberlite 50S offers the unique combination of compact design and perfect industrial look with latest LED technology, without forgetting the safety-ensuring sensor technology and the readjustment as well as the LIN-Bus control.

Technical Data

  • LIN-Bus System
  • Sensor Technologie; self-regulating
  • Warning, if power is not sufficent anymore
  • Peak Wellenlänge: 395 nm
  • 4 x 10 W Power LED
  • Aspheric Lenses
  • 2,3 A
  • Measurement:
    • Weight: 820 g
    • Hight: 164 mm (183 mm)
    • Width/Depth: 65 mm x 65 mm


The principal advantages of LED technology in general are: · Very long service life (>15,000 hours)

  • Very long work life (> 15,000 hours)
  • Switching the lamp on and off does not negatively influence its service life
  • Instant UV light emission at the rated value when switched on
  • LED light is cool light and thus ideal for irradiating thermosensitive parts
  • Very low power consumption


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