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Design: Michel Tortel
Tightness level    
Optical compartment   IP 66 (*)
Impact resistance PC IK 10 (**)
PMMA IK 06 (**)
Aerodynamic resistance (CxS) 0.08m²
Nominal voltage    230V - 50Hz
Electrical class   I or II (*)
(*) according to IEC - EN 60598 (**) according to IEC - EN 62262 
Weight    5kg
Materials
Body section and cover    
Protector   Painted die-cast aluminium alloy
Colour   SLX polycarbonate (anti-UV) or methacrylate 
    AKZO grey 900 sanded
 ATMOSPHERE, COMFORT AND ENERGY SAVINGS TO IDEALLY REPLACE THE OPAL SPHERE LUMINAIRE​

 

 

2015 DEADLINE FOR MERCURY LAMPS
The European EuP Directive 2005/32/EC permanently bans mercury lamps from April 2015. The opal sphere luminaires installed in our cities are still often using 125W mercury bulbs. They need to be replaced by a more eco-friendly solutions. As a luminaire using sustainable materials and modern photometric engines, the HapiLED, an economical, aesthetic, robust and efficient LED solution, is here to replace it. 

CONTROL OF LIGHT POLLUTION
In most countries, the standards regarding light pollution require the use of luminaires that drastically reduce the flux emitted in the upper hemisphere. With its ULOR of 3%, the HapiLED complies with CIE 150 (ULOR < 5%).

ENERGY SAVINGS OF UP TO 80%!

TWO TYPES OF LED PHOTOMETRIC ENGINES
The HapiLED luminaire integrates the latest cutting edge technology. The combination of LED technology, a driver working within a constant flux system and a dimming system makes it possible to achieve energy savings that can exceed 80% compared with an opal sphere equipped with an elliptical mercury light source.
With this very favourable energy balance, the HapiLED contributes to the effective management of public finances and to the responsible use of energy.

TWO TYPES OF LED PHOTOMETRIC ENGINES
The HapiLED luminaire is available with the LensoFlex®2 photometric engine. 
LensoFlex®2 is a second generation photometric engine based upon the addition principle of photometric distribution. LensoFlex®2 is available with 16, 24 or 32 LEDs. 
 

FUTUREPROOF
HapiLED luminaires are designed to meet our FutureProof concept.
Both the photometric engine and the electrical power supply can be replaced on-site to take advantage of any future technological developments. 

OPTIONS

COLOUR

  • Other RAL or AKZO colours upon request

INTEGRATED INTELLIGENCE

  • Constant luminous flux (CLO) optional for the LensoFlex®2 32 LED version
  • Variable intensity (dimming)

 HapiLED luminaires can be fitted with an independent dimming system. This important way of reducing energy consumption can generate substantial savings.

REMOTE MANAGEMENT
The HapiLED luminaire can also incorporate the OWLET remote management system.
This open-source, bidirectional communication system is based on the principle of radio frequency via the ZigBee protocol. It offers numerous advantages:

  • Total flexibility of light levels and timings
  • Real-time feedback on the actual state of the light
  • Accurate measurement of energy use
  • Adjustment of power level: virtual nominal power
  • Independent of the supply network.

 

 

 


 

Hapiled

 

 

 

 
HapiLED
W 410mm
H1 556mm
H2 377mm
H3 133mm
∅​ 60mm
   
   

TWO TYPES OF LED PHOTOMETRIC ENGINES
The HapiLED luminaire is available with two different types of photometric engines:

LensoFlex®2
LensoFlex®2 is a second generation photometric engine that has been specifically developed for lighting spaces where the well-being and safety of people using the environments are essential. 
This system is based upon the addition principle of photometric distribution. Each LED is associated with a specific lens that generates the complete photometric distribution of the luminaire. It is the number of LEDs that determines the intensity level of the light distribution.
LensoFlex®2 is available with 16, 24 or 32 LEDs and two different photometric distributions. The multiple possibilities involving all together the number of LEDs, the driving current and the photometry allow the HapiLED to give the right answer to each specific case.

Optic-F
This version is characterised by the use of a linear module of white Fortimo LEDs operating in a constant luminous flux (CLO) and a reflector.

HapiLED LensoFlex®2

Lifetime residual flux
@ tq 25°C (**)

           
Number of LEDs Neutral white (4000K) 16 LEDs 24 LEDs 32 LEDs 100.000 hours
Current: 350mA Nominal flux (lm)* 16 LEDs 3600 4800 90%
Power consumption (W) 19 28 36
Current: 500mA Nominal flux (lm)* 3100 4700 6300
Power consumption (W) 26 39 51
Current: 700mA Nominal flux (lm)* 4000 6100 8100 80%
Power consumption (W) 38 55 71
Optic 5096 - street        
Optic 5096 - square        
(*) The nominal flux is an indicative LED flux @ tj 25°C based on LED manufacturer’s data.
The real flux output of the luminaire depends on environmental conditions (e.g. temperature and pollution) and the optical efficiency of luminaire.
Nominal flux depends on the type of LED in use and likely to change in accordance with the continuous and rapid developments in LED technology.
(**)In accordance with IES LM-80 - TM-21.

HapiLED OPTIC-F

Average lifetime with a flux maintained at 100%
         
Nominal flux (lm)* - Neutral
white LEDs

Fortimo
1800 lm

Fortimo
​3000 lm
Fortimo
​4500 lm
 
50.000 hours
Average power consumption
with CLO (W)
24 42 62  
 

LIGHT DISTRIBUTIONS

HAPILED - STREET configuration - LensoFlex®2 Asymmetrical Optic 5096​

HAPILED - SQUARE configuration - LensoFlex®2 Symmetrical Optic 5096​

HAPILED - GENERAL purpose - Optic-F​

INSTALLATION

HapiLED is fixed by 6 screws on the post top fixation of the pole (60mm diameter). 
Delivered pre-cabled, the luminaire does not have to be opened during installation.

MAINTENANCE

FUTUREPROOF

HapiLED luminaires are designed to meet our FutureProof concept. Both the photometric engine and the electrical power supply can be replaced on-site to take advantage of any future technological developments.

The top cover of the HapiLED is composed of injected aluminum and can be removed by loosening 3 screws. 
An electrical disconnector automatically switchs off when the cover is opened. 
In the LensoFlex®2 version, the module is replaced after removing the diffusor by loosening 3 screws.

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