Decorative post-top luminaire with tapered form.
Collection roads, Residential roads, Low-traffic roads, Pedestrian zones, Arcades, Passages, Paths in parks and green areas, Residential facilities, Stairs’
As MLT version (Multi-Lens Technology), consisting of highly efficient UV and temperature-resistant lens systems in 4-fold configurations. With symmetric wide light intensity distribution. For illuminating paths, especially cycle paths. Further beam characteristics are available for flexible adaptation to customer-specific lighting tasks. Retrofitting a rear shielding is possible, available as accessory to be ordered separately.
Luminaire luminous flux 1000 lm, connected load 9,00 W, luminous efficiency of luminaire 111 lm/W. Light colour warm white, correlated colour temperature (CCT) 3000 K, general colour rendering index (CRI) Ra > 70. Further LED light colours available on request. Mean rated service life LCLO(tq 25 °C) = 100,000 h.
Luminaire body of cast aluminium. Luminaire canopies of corrosion-resistant aluminium. Colour anthracite, similar to DB703. Sea weather-suitable coating on request. Diffuser of highly impact-resistant PMMA, translucent.
With assembled connection cable 5 m.
With electronic transformer, switchable. Configurable ballast with luminous flux stabilising (CLO). Connected load at the end of service life: 9,50 W. The luminaire complies with fundamental requirements of applicable EU regulations and product safety legislation and bears the CE symbol. The luminaire is also ENEC-certified by an independent testing authority.
With power reduction via switching off control phase. Power reduction of luminaire luminous flux to 50% by switching off one control phase.
The luminaire is compliant to the requirements of EN 60598 and is designed for the effects of wind compliant to EN 1991 (Eurocode) with basic wind velocity of up to 30m/s (corresponding to wind zone 4 in Germany) in terrain category 1. A snow load (up to 1kN/m²) and icing (up to 2 cm) at a mounting height in accordance with the mounting instructions are taken into account. Not considered are exposed locations (e.g. bridges, installation on buildings or directly adjacent to railway tracks). Impact loads are not considered.