Κλασικό φανάρι με διαχρονικές γραμμές
|Design: Michel Tortel|
|Optical compartment||IP 66 (*)|
|Impact resistance||PC||IK 08 (**)|
|PMMA||IK 08 (**)|
|Nominal voltage||230V - 50Hz|
|Electrical class||I or II (*)|
|(*) according to IEC - EN 60598 (**) according to IEC - EN 62262|
|Protector||Glass or anti-UV PC|
|Colour||AKZO grey 900 sanded|
LOW CONSUMPTION LED LANTERN
Under its classical and timeless exterior, the Valentino LED luminaire incorporates leading-edge LED technology. It combines the energy efficiency of the LED light source with the photometric performance of the LensoFlex®2 concept developed by Schréder.
The Valentino LED luminaire is available with different power versions - from 16 to 48 LEDs with a driving current of 350, 500 or 700mA - and three light distributions for lighting urban roads, streets, squares, parks and car parks.
ELEGANT, EFFICENT AND SUSTAINABLE
The Valentino LED traditional lantern plays an important aesthetic role both by day and night with a perfect integration in the urban landscape to create a nice and safe ambiance. The use of LEDs not only drastically minimises the power consumption, it permits low height installations without generating intrusive light for the inhabitants of buildings. With no upper flux, the Valentino LED limits light pollution. Its long lasting design made of recyclable materials guarantees a responsible use of natural resources.
ENERGY SAVINGS OF UP TO 75%
The combination of LED technology, a driver working within a constant flux system and a dimming system makes it possible to achieve energy savings of up to 75% compared with luminaires equipped with traditional light sources.
With this very favourable energy balance, the Valentino LED luminaires contribute to the effective management of public finances and to the responsible use of energy.
Valentino LED luminaires have been designed to fulfil the FutureProof concept. Both the photometric engine and the electrical power supply can be replaced to take advantage of any future technological developments.
Valentino LED - LensoFlex®2
|Lifetime residual flux
@ tq 25°C(**)
|Number of LEDs||Neutral white (4000K)||16 LEDs||24 LEDs||32 LEDs||48 LEDsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Current: 350mA||Nominal flux (lm)*||2400||3600||4800||7200||90%|
|Power consumption (W)||19||28||36||53|
|Current: 500mA||Nominal flux (lm)*||3100||4700||6300||9500|
|Power consumption (W)||26||39||51||75|
|Current: 700mA||Nominal flux (lm)*||4000||6100||8100||-||80%|
|Power consumption (W)||37||55||71||-|
|(*) 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 enviromental conditions (e.g. temperature and pollution) and the optical efficiency of luminaire.
Nominal flux depends on the type of LED in use and is likely is to change in accordance with the continuos and rapid developments in LED technology.
Valentino LED Optic - 5096 - Street
Valentino LED Optic - 5068 - Square (Symmetrical)
Valentino LED Optic - 5068 Urban road (asymmetrical)
The Valentino LED is available with a a post-top on a ¾" male threaded secured by a counter-nut or a suspended mounting on a ¾’’ female threaded tube section secured by a counter-nut.