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VFL500 LED WE-EF


A series of post-mounted luminaires specially designed for cost-efficient LED street and area lighting, the appear- ance of the product is characterised by a plain, geometrically-slimline stylistic design. The built-in heat sink is a striking feature, while OLC One LED Concept lens technology ensures a precise lighting distribution. Using RFC Reflection-Free Contour technology, a conventional flat luminaire cover or main lens is replaced by a clear, UV-sta- bilised acrylic cover. www.we-ef.com


6430 Parc LEC Lyon


Lunalys GE


The Lunalys combines tool-free main- tenance with incredibly low running costs. Compatible with GE’s Streetwise lamps, the Lunalys luminaire delivers a bright, white, ‘natural’ light that is particularly suited for use in open outdoor spaces. Featuring an E40/E27 ceramic lamp holder, which allows for multi-positional support, meaning the lamp can be adjusted in a longitudinal direction for optimal light distribution. A handy ‘twist and lock’ mechanism helps release the lamp holder from the neck reflector. www.gelighting.com


Lunio Arcluce


An LED only light for urban light fitting, Lunio’s modern and minimal design is the perfect synthesis combining esthet- ical features and shapes. Featuring high efficiency standards and remarkable lighting performances, Lunio is evi- dence of the effort taken by Arcluce in terms of environmental protection and cost saving. Thanks to its features and design this technologically reliable fitting is the ideal solution for urban settings, pathways, outdoor public and private areas, parks and gardens. www.arcluce.it


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Large Arizona Ligman


These innovative lighting columns have been enclosed into PMMA clear acrylic and offer a combination of two heads or a maximum of four heads. The light fitting can create a multi functional lighting effect to light pathways, sculp- ture and façades. The lighting head has a combination of narrow, medium and wide beams. The colour temperature available is 2700K, 3000K and 4000K. www.ligmanlighting.com


Segin LED OMS


The Segin LED street is available in both medium and large sizes, each suitable for different road categories. Each size is available in eco or high performance versions, which differ in luminous flux and efficiency. Depending on the version, power consumption varies from 65 to 234W; light output from 6250 lm to 19650 lm and luminaire efficacy from 84lm/W to 96lm/W. www.omslighting.com


This painted stainless steel bollard comes with a flush integrated spotlight. The orientation of the projector is adjustable without disassembly, which ensures watertightness. A line formed with 6430 Parc bollards every five meters provides path lighting in accordance to the French PMR stan- dards (Access for Disabled). www.lec.fr


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