Intelligent lighting control helps road lantern maximize energy savings

Intelligent lighting control helps road lantern maximize energy savings

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The range is available in three sizes with extensive optical, lumen and light distribution choice for all road applications up to ME1. For precise light placement with no waste light, R2L2’s efficient (up to luminaire 100 lm/W) R-PEC optic offers 11 types of light distribution.

The R2L2 maximizes energy savings with a wide range of intelligent lighting control solutions ranging from stand alone dimming through to fully remote control via a central monitoring system. R2L2 also has an attractive, universal and integrated spigot offering flexibility through top and side entry as well as multi-position tilt adjustment.

R2L2 comes in three luminaire sizes covering Residential, Minor Roads, Traffic Routes and Motorways providing a complete solution from a single source simplifying procurement and inventory. It has eleven light distributions including Wet Road G6 and Pedestrian Crossing Optics facilitating LED replacement of the complete inventory minimising future revenue costs.

The R2L2 family also has one consistent design, harmonising the visual environment and through the solution’s universal mounting mechanism it is simple to install, thus reducing installation costs and complexity.

Technically, R2L2 is suitable for UK roads and ambient environmental conditions minimising maintenance costs and reducing risks of failure. RL2 covers many lighting applications such as P, S, M, ME, C and CE classes simplifying design selection and reducing design costs.

Flexibility and energy savings are achievable due to the Constant Light Output Technology with integrated Dimming or Dali / 1-10V Central Controls along with lumen packages up to 250 W / 400 W SON-T (depending on geometry) to facilitate complete replacement of HID technology.

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