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HIGH PERFORMANCE LED 2017
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LED 2017

HIGH PERFORMANCE LED 2017

Thanks to their extraordinary features combining compact sizes, high efficiency and long life, leds are widely used in many professional applications, such as traffic lights, automotive field, back-lightening systems for video-te- lephony displays, general lightening, road and effect lightening.

In the field of traditional lightning, leds are suc- cessfully used for orientation and decorative ligh- ting.

Recently, thanks to a rapid performance im- provement it is also possible to realize so- lutions for functional inside and outside lighting.

Leds also have other important features: - They don’t release heat. - They produce a
Leds also have other important features:
- They don’t release heat.
- They produce a white and clean light.
- Unlike energy saving lamps, when
they are turned off, they immediately
produce light, you don’t have to wait
not even one minute for their maxi-
mum efficiency.
Moreover the LED-technology
offers the following advanta-
ges:
Environmental-friendly:
in order to produce
LEDs, no heavy me-
tals are used and the
total control of the
light flow guarante-
es a very efficient sy-
stem, without any waste.
PERFORMANCE
Ergonomic: as the light flow
can be oriented exclusively where
it is needed, without light or ener-
gy losses.
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p.40

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p.52

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p.56

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p.58

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p.60

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p.64

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p.66

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p.67

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p.68

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p.72

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p.74

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p.108

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p.130

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p.136

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p.144

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p.146

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p.148

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p.152

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p.154

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p.160

Bitta

p.162

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p.164

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p.165

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p.166

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p.170

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p.171

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p.172

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p.174

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p.176

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p.178

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p.180

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p.181

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p.182

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p.183

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p.184

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p.185

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p.186

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p.188

Elfo

p.196

Square

p.198

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p.202

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p.204

Midifloor

p.208

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p.209

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p.210

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p.214

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p.216

Starled

p.217

Fonte

p.218

Box

p.220

Sicura

p.224

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p.226

Quadro

p.227

Cripto

p.230

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p.240

Rodio

p.246

Punto

p.258

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p.259

Saturno

p.260

Astro

p.262

Sicura

p.268

Modoled

p.270

Forum

p.272

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p.288

Comfort

p.294

Comfortlight

p.296

LED Panel

p.298

Comfort Panel

p.304

Heron

p.306

Wallwasher

p.308

Gabbiano

p.309

Supercomfort

p.310

Disanlens

p.311

Channel

p.312

Cometa

p.314

Oblò

p.316

Globo

p.317

Riquadro

p.318

Small

p.318

Cubo

p.319

Orma

p.319

Compact

p.320

Cilindro

p.321

Disanlens

p.322

Rigo

p.322

Safety Flag

p.323

Hydro

p.326

Thema

p.329

Echo

p.334

Forma

p.342

Ermetica

p.345

Rapid System

p.346

Super

p.348

Ghost

p.350

Argon

p.351

Saturno

p.352

Astro

p.358

Disco

p.364

Modoled

p.366

Sensors

p.368

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from 1957 Disano illuminazione S.p.A., founded in 1957, located in rozzano (milan), Has a total
from
1957
Disano illuminazione S.p.A., founded in 1957, located in rozzano
(milan), Has a total production area of 15,000 sqm.
The factory is located in Dorno (PV) and covers a floor surface of
100,196 sqm. This area includes the logistics department and the
automatic warehouse (16,396 sqm), with an overall capacity of 22,500
pallets.
“DISANO” is a leading manufacturer of lighting fixtures, covering all
the main market areas:
false ceilings, integrated modular systems)
-
tions, floodlights for lighting large areas, and street lanterns).
Disano Group
FOSNOVA S.r.l., located in Rozzano (Milan), near the Disano S.p.A.
plant, boasts decade long expertise in architectural lighting design.
Currently, Fosnova’s production specializes mostly in fixtures utilising
the most recently developed light sources.The Fosnova product range
offers a variety of solutions to indoor lighting problems, including:
downlights and spotlights , interior floodlights , free standing, wall
and ceiling mounted fixtures, fluorescent light modular systems,
electrified tracks.
France-based DISANO FRANCE s.a., established in 1993, equip-
ped with a warehouse and customer support offices, is responsible
for distributing the Group’s products in the French territory.
Spain-based ILUMINACION DISANO s.a., established in 1992, is now
located in new headquarters situated in Roda de Barà (Tarragona), and
is responsible for distributing the Group’s products in the Spanish territory.
Additionally, Iluminación Disano has a productive area of approximately
11,850 sqm totally covered, equipped with advanced systems and highly
automated. Iluminacion Disano’s logistics operate on a fully automated
area, with an overall capacity of 6360 pallets. Lastly, the site is home to
an office area, including sales, technical and customer support offices.
DISANO is also present in PORTUGAL, IRELAND, CZECH
REPUBLIC, SLOVAKIA, SLOVENIA, Croatia, BOSNIA AND
HERZEGOVINA, MONTENEGRO, SERBIA, MIDDLE EAST,
RUSSIA, AFRICA, INDIA and POLAND with its own technical sup-
port and sales offices.
Quality certification
The Disano Group considers service to the market and continuity
in relations with customers as key elements in company policy in
which it has continuously invested in Italy and Europe. Improvements
in manufacturing technology, excellent innovation, rigorous con-
trols throughout the entire corporate process system, high product
quality control standards, as well as the development of advanced
computer systems for lighting design calculations. The photometric
measurements certified by the CSQ mark are entirely conducted in our
research laboratories, in compliance with the European Lighting Design
Committee's guidelines.
For DISANO Illuminazione, Quality System Certification (CSQ-
IQNET) in compliance with UNI EN ISO 9001:2015 standard (design,
production and sale of lighting fixtures and accessories) is an further
step towards improvement of the company processes aimed at achie-
ving customer satisfaction.
An Environmental Policy is the framework of the values and principles
that guide a company’s commitment in environmental protection;
to this end, it implements an Environmental Management System
compliant with the requirements of UNI EN ISO 14001. Disano illumi-
nazione is making efforts to pursue the constant improvement of its
environmental performance in order to reduce and prevent pollution
by identifying the environmental issues and impacts (both direct and
indirect) associated with its business.

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Production On a surface area of 66.645 sqm, production is highly automated and ensures high
Production
On a surface area of 66.645 sqm, production is highly automated and
ensures high quality standard in terms of reliability and long product
life.
PLASTIC MATERIALS AND METALS
The unit is equipped with injection moulding machines (up to 2500
tons each), extrusion machines, equipment to make sheet metals
and profiles also used for electrified tracks.
MACHINING OF SHEET METALS AND OPTICAL SYSTEMS
Computer controlled, high-precision manufacturing tools include
mechanical and hydraulic presses; all systems are specially designed
for controlled quality production and competitive pricing.
PAINTING PLANT
Product pre-treatment units are equipped with anti-pollution purifying
systems as required by regulations.
Before painting, the parts are chemically treated to ensure that coa-
ting adheres better.
1 white, UV-stabilised, acrylic anionic electrocoating; epoxy cationic
electrocoating, corrosion-resistant, recommended for outdoor fixtures,
with UV stabilised fluid paint finish;
2 acrylic paint or polyester resin powder
3 finish with acrylic paint.
4 acrylic paint spray water-based and polymers
MANUFACTURING/PRODUCTION OFFICES
The offices in charge of production and shipping are located close to
the factory. Arranged on several levels, they cover a surface area of
approximately 2,660 sqm. The covered car park extends on a floor
surface of 1,450 sqm.
Laboratories
third-party reviewers of UL International Italia
IEC/EN 60598-2-13 - Ground recessed lights
IEC/EN 60598-2-22 - Emergency lights
Moreover, Disano illuminazione laboratories perform electromagnetic
compatibility tests on its lighting products in compliance with the fol-
lowing global lighting standards:
The Disano
illuminazione laboratories perform photometric
are authorized 2012/ UNI EN 13032-4:2015
to conduct the following tests:
analysis with
and
Measurement and presentation of photometric data
UNI EN 13032-1
of
lamps
and
luminaires.
UNI
EN
2010
of LED
Protocol
for the
measurement
luminaires
photometric
data.
IES
of LM-79-08 11356
Approved
method:
Electrical
and
photometric
RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT: FROM THE EXCELLENCE OF OUR
LABS TO THE QUALITY AND SAFETY OF OUR LUMINAIRES.
Disano has always privileged investments to equip its laboratories with
cutting-edge technologies to promote the ongoing improvement of the
production processes and the design of new lighting fittings.
The Research and Development sector occupies a central position in
the activities engaged in by Disano. In particular, this sector focuses on:
measurement
solid-state
lighting
IEC/EN 61547 - General lighting EMC immunity with special reference
to surges, bursts, voltage dips and short interruptions and electrostatic dischar-
ges
IEC/EN 55015 - Limits and methods of measurement
IEC/EN 61000-3-2 - Analysis of harmonic current emissions
IEC 61000-3-3 - Flickering measurement
The company’s laboratories also carry out the following tests: chemical
tests, physical tests and electrical tests on semi-finished products se-
lected for production, tests on randomly selected samples from semi-
finished products, functional tests on randomly selected samples from
finished products, accelerated exposure tests of coatings to measure
resistance to ultraviolet radiation. In this way, Disano illuminazione can
ensure the quality of all of the components used, in compliance with
internationally accepted procedures before each finished product is
placed on the market.

The experimental work on new materials and the experimental testing of the innovations introduced enable the Disano Group to achieve a qualitative standard that ensures an absolute guarantee and a techno- logical level that is always very advanced. PRODUCT SAFETY LABORATORIES At the Disano illuminazione laboratories, which use the same instrumen- tation employed in the most accredited certifying bodies, all products un- dergo several tests to measure their efficiency and resistance to use and to weather. Disano illuminazione performs tests under the supervision of two of the most important certifying bodies in Italy: IMQ S.p.A and UL Ita- lia. The company’s laboratories, in accordance with the WMT/CTF-Level 2 testing procedure, are authorized to issue the ENEC certification to en- sure compliance with the following global lighting standards:

IEC/EN 60598-1

- Luminaires

IEC/EN 60598-2-1

- Fixed general purpose lights

IEC/EN 60598-2-3

- Road and street lights

IEC/EN 60598-2-5

- Floodlights

PHOTOMETRIC MEASUREMENTS The adoption of computer aided design technology enables the reflec- tor’s optimum configuration to be studied in relation to the distribution of the desired light beam and the determination of the correct ratio between the parabola and the position of the lamp. The experimental tests of the lighting parameters are then performed on the first sample of the para- bola using a mirror goniophotometer. The goniophotometer consists of various components, the core feature comprises the photometric tunnel, where the samples are positioned. The following parameters are mea- sured: luminous flux for each spatial angle, temperature, the electric pa- rameters for the power supply are tested and managed using a process computer that enables measurements to be made in accordance with the international standards prescribed by the CIE regulations. The light sources used for the measurements are prepared beforehand in the lamp ageing laboratory that is an integral part of the laboratory facility. A mea- surement is taken before starting the final production to define the lighting unit’s correct photometric curve. The lighting unit’s photometric data is recorded and processed by the computer. Samples of finished products as subjected to the lighting quality control process.

products as subjected to the lighting quality control process. IEC/EN 60598-2-6 - Lights with built-in transformers

IEC/EN 60598-2-6 - Lights with built-in transformers

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Distribution service DISTRIBUTION SERVICE Italy: a large 144,000 m3 warehouse for a total of 22,500
Distribution service
DISTRIBUTION SERVICE
Italy: a large 144,000 m3 warehouse for a total of 22,500 pallets has
the purpose of optimising the delivery and shipping service to the
customers’ local warehouses, for a faster response to the end market.
Spain: a fully automated warehouse with an overall capacity of appro-
ximately 6360 pallets.
France: Semi-Automatic warehouse for the entire French Market.
SEMI-FINISHED PRODUCT WAREHOUSE
The warehouse covers a surface area of approximately 12,000 sqm.
With an overall capacity of 13,650 pallets, and is entirely automated
for semi-finished products.
POLE WAREHOUSE
The warehouse where poles are stored develops on a floor surface
of approximately 2,100 sqm and is operated in a semi-automatic way.
Customer services
The disano group offers designers, installers and distributors a series
of free services that are able to completely satisfy technical, lighting
design and commercial needs.
CATALOGUE
The paper catalogues produced by the Disano Group are a consoli-
dated tradition that is repeated every year, not only in Italian, but also
in Spanish, French and English.
CONSULTING CENTRE
From the Lighting Technology Consulting Centre, you can request any
type of support for the correct use of light fixtures. In fact, the Disano
Group guarantees total flexibility in implementing projects using non
standard fixtures.The Group’s aim is to keep an open-door policy with
its customers, and to be at their service at all times.
OUR PROMOTERS
Promoters are present in every region and are at the complete dispo-
sal of wholesalers, installers and designers to immediately solve any
technical, commercial or lighting design problem and to promote the
Disano product nationwide.
They also supply estimates and develop lighting design projects,
ensuring continuous support.
MARKETING
The Marketing Department has been set up to assist wholesalers by
implementing marketing and promotional support actions at the point
of sale, advertising their trademarks to make them become reference
point for end users.
LIGHTING MAGAZINE
Has been made a regular information editorial about light. The latter
aims to make the culture of light, targeted communication and con-
tinuous information to designers and architects, and describe their
projects and thoughts.
A narrative of light on the Web
The Disano Group has created an innovative WEBSITE, periodically
updated, which provides detailed data and information about the
company, its products, representative projects, designs, new pro-
ducts.
Want to browse Disano and Fosnova catalogues easily and quickly,
view technical specifications at a glance or retrieve design informa-
tion with just a few clicks? Now you can thanks to our application for
iPAD AND iPHONE available in four languages (Italian, English,
French and Spanish)!
A close-up of a Disano product against a dark background and the
words ‘Turn On’: this is the homepage that users see when they log
into our virtual world. May the journey begin!

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LED: development of new solutions

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LED: development of new solutions I X

What is LED?

Photobiological safety

LED is the acronym for LIGHT EMITTING DIODE, a component that emits monochromatic light with the flow of electric current. LEDs are providing lighting designers with a whole new range of exi- ting tools to help them achieve the best results and develop creative lighting solutions with amazing effects that were once technically impossible to achieve. A high-quality LED with an RA 90 index rated at 3200K - 6500K has also appeared on the market over the last year. The brightness, homogeneity, and colour rendering of LED lights have been improved to the extent that they are now being used for a wide range of lighting applications. LED modules consist of a certain number of light emitting diodes mounted on a printed circuit board (rigid and flexible) with active or passive current regulating devices. Optics or light guiding devices can also be added depending on the field of application to obtain different beams and light. The variety of colours, the compact size and the flexibility of the modules ensure a broad range of creative possibilities in many applications.

LEDs: how do they work?

Crystal layers treated by chemical vapour deposition (wafer)

A number of layers are then selected based on their luminosity and colour temperature (chip)

The chip is mounted on a support to dissipate heat and add current continuity to the system (package)

Electrical connection

Lens support

Protection against external stress

The rear side of the package emits heat, the front emits light

rear side of the package emits heat, the front emits light Ethr Technical specifications LEDs are
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Ethr

Technical specifications

LEDs are semiconductor devices which convert electricity into visible light. When powered (direct polarization), the electrons move through the semiconductor, and some of them fall in a lower energy band. Throu- ghout the process, the energy “saved” is emitted as light. Technological research has allowed to achieve 161 lm/W for each high voltage LED. Although not currently in production, the current level of development shows that LED technology has not yet reached its full potential.

that LED technology has not yet reached its full potential. We often read about photobiological safety
that LED technology has not yet reached its full potential. We often read about photobiological safety
that LED technology has not yet reached its full potential. We often read about photobiological safety
that LED technology has not yet reached its full potential. We often read about photobiological safety

We often read about photobiological safety in lighting design. This very important factor is determined by the amount of radiations emit- ted by all the sources with a wave length ranging between 200 nm and 3000 nm. Excessive radiation exposure can be harmful for human health. The EN62471 standard classifies light sources into risk groups.

EN62471 standard classifies light sources into risk groups. Risk Group 0 (RG0): luminaires are exempt from
EN62471 standard classifies light sources into risk groups. Risk Group 0 (RG0): luminaires are exempt from
EN62471 standard classifies light sources into risk groups. Risk Group 0 (RG0): luminaires are exempt from

Risk Group 0 (RG0): luminaires are exempt from photobiological risks in compliance with standard EN 62471. Risk Group 0 (RG0 Ethr): luminaires are exempt from photobio- logical risks in compliance with standard EN 62471. If necessary, contact our customer service for the observation distance. Risk Group 1 (low risk group): luminaires do not pose any risks due to normal behavioural limitations of a person when exposed to a light source. Risk Group 2 (intermediate risk group): luminaires do not pose any risks due to people’s aversion response to very bright light sources or due to thermal discomfort.

to very bright light sources or due to thermal discomfort. Environmental General Design-related Advantages for users
to very bright light sources or due to thermal discomfort. Environmental General Design-related Advantages for users
to very bright light sources or due to thermal discomfort. Environmental General Design-related Advantages for users
to very bright light sources or due to thermal discomfort. Environmental General Design-related Advantages for users
Environmental General Design-related Advantages for users advantages advantages advantages Extremely long working
Environmental
General
Design-related
Advantages for users
advantages
advantages
advantages
Extremely long working life
(50.000 h)
Mercury-free
Wide choice of design
solutions
Bright, saturated colours
Reduced maintenance costs
Growing efficiency
No IR or UV components can
be found in the visible light
spectrum
Vibration resistant lights
A wide range of different colours
together with compact
and flexible modules enable
many creative and
innovative design solutions.
Instant switch-on mode
Reduced use of renewable and
non-renewable energy sources
Dimming option with no colour
temperature variations
Environment enhancement
Filter-free direct coloured light
emission
No light pollution
Lower energy consumption,
longer working life and reduced
maintenance facilitate
the creation of
interesting applications.
Less power
Complete colour spectrum
Dynamic colour control mode
(DMX, DALI)
Less power installed in each
lighting point
Excellent reliability guarantees
safety even in difficult operating
conditions
Can be switched on also at low
temperature rates (-35°C)
Low-voltage DC power supply
Unidirectional light emission
(light is shed only upon the
desired object or area)
Photobiological safety.

X

Comparison

X Comparison

LED and traditional lamps

LEDs have a nominal light output of 150 Lumens and can bring remar- kable energy savings compared to conventional sources: Discharge lamps with high colour rendering (Ra>60). They can save up to 30- 40% in energy costs. When comparing a LED lighting system with a conventional system we need to take into account the fixture’s actual Lm/W ratio rather than the source’s initial lumens. The Lm/W ratio of any lighting fixture depends on different factors, such as power loss or po- wer variations due to temperature. In discharge lamps these variations cut by half the initial luminous efficiency (expressed in lumen per watt) of sodium or metal halide sources. The products designed by Disano, instead, minimize losses and operate efficiency even with traditional technology

The wavelength of light (colour) is adjusted using semiconductor ma- terials and different production processes. Unlike lamps emitting a continuous spectrum, LED lights emit mono- chromatic light of one particular colour to guarantee the emission.

Light sources (colour temperature)

K

Blue sky

12-20.000

Summer daylight (sunshine and sky)

6500

“Daylight” fluorescent tube

6300

White light LEDs

5600

Sunlight (midday, summer, mid-latitude)

5400

“Cool white” fluorescent tube

3400

“Warm white” LED

3250

100W halogen lamp

3000

“Warm white” fluorescent tube

2950

Amber

2200

Sodium lamp

2100

Sunlight (dawn, dusk)

2000

Candle light

1850-1900

Light sources (colour rendering)

CRI

Sodium lamp

0-25

White light mercury lamp

45

“Warm white” fluorescent tube

55-73

“Cool white” fluorescent tube

65-86

LED

80

Metal halide lamps

85-93

100W incandescent lamp

100

Life expectancy

Firstly, it should be noted that LEDs, unlike traditional sources, will not turn off suddenly
Firstly, it should be noted that LEDs, unlike traditional sources, will not
turn off suddenly when their working life ends, but will slowly fade their
initial luminous flux until they turn off completely. In fact, LEDs do not
break (except for manufacturing damages) but decay gradually and
constantly.
The decrease of LED flux, normally after 50,000 hrs, is defined by the
working life and is represented by the L80 mark (see charts), which
means that the flux is kept up to 80% after 50,000 hrs.
100%
90%
80%
70%
60%
50%
The “B” letter followed by a number ranging between 10 and 50 indi-
cates the quality of the fixture and defines the LED percentage that
doesn’t keep the declared characteristics when it reaches 50,000
working hours.
40%
30%
20%
EXAMPLE: LED declared L80/B10 = 50,000 hrs
10%
This means that when the LED reaches 50,000 hours of operation,
90% (B10) of the LED will have a luminous flux corresponding to 80%
of the initial flux (L80)
10.000
20.000
30.000
40.000
50.000
60.000
70.000h
The influence of heat
Luminous flux and power
The working life of LEDs largely depends on their inner temperature.
Any statement about the working life of a LED light is considered re-
liable after assessing the influence of temperature. Excessive tempe-
rature affects the correct functioning of LED lights and reduces their
working life.
The values concerning lamp life are regarded as reliable after deter-
mining the effect of heat on LED sources. In fact, overheated LEDs
are more likely to be affected by malfunction and have a shorter life
cycle. Therefore, for LEDs to operate properly, guarantee long life (e.g.
50,000 hrs) and a natural degradation of the luminous flux (e.g. L70),
they must be designed to evenly dissipate the heat they produce. The
nominal performance of LEDs is respected only if their working tempe-
rature is not exceeded (Tj)
Luminous flux and power
The measures indicated by Disano in its catalogues are nominal
values (Ta=25°C), except where otherwise stated (see tables).
The LED module data, indicated in the relative column, refer to tem-
perature values.
For the LED CHIP, the reference is “Tj”, for the COB the reference is “Tp”.
Tp
= temperature of the external surface of the reference LED module.
Tj
= temperature of the internal joint of the reference LED module.
W
= nominal wattages supplied by the LED manufacturer (see the
table).
Power consumption: W tot. system = power Supply + LED.
Disano is a competent and responsible company that takes these
factors into account and measures real values.
LED lamps emit omnidirectional light, i.e. the light beam is angled
120°. They may also be equipped with supplementary lenses to focus
the beam or with performance optics to orient the bea.
luminous flux %

Thermal Resistance (C°/W): it indicates the difficulty of LED lights to expel heat, which causes the light sources to deteriorate. TR should be very low to guarantee energy efficiency and durability (LM70). A range of products characterized by even lower values will be launched shortly to guarantee improved light levels and longer working life (at present, a minimum of 50,000 hours in certain conditions).

Luminous flux: this value indicates the amount of light emitted by the LED (1m).

Luminous efficacy: this parameter is the most useful indicator for de- termining the right fixture because it represents the ratio between the luminous flux (lm) and the amount of power consumed by the lamp to produce it.

it represents the ratio between the luminous flux (lm) and the amount of power consumed by

Power supply and regulation

XI

Power supply and regulation XI

Power supply

Based on the type of LED, they can be powered: - with a 24V power supply- signalling/semi-power/power LED - with a 1050mA power sup- ply – power LED

- The latter can be powered with a higher current to increase its lumi-

nous flux and power. In this case it is fundamental to ensure that LEDs

have excellent air circulation and a good heat sink to dissipate heat.

- the LED power supply has the purpose to maintain and control the

exact current circuiting through the circuit; excessive current would da- mage the LEDs in a few seconds while a weak current would impair performance. -To guarantee constant current, all LEDs of a circuit must be connected in series; if they are connected in parallel (like the one usually used for halogen bulbs) this will deteriorate LEDs very quickly. Power supplies have an isolated output and the maximum input voltage never reaches dangerous levels.

Example:

Power supply

n.LED

W

ølm

 

16

15

2650

350mA

32

31

5300

48

46

8000

 

16

23

3820

530mA

32

47

7640

48

70

11460

 

16

31

4850

700mA

32

63

9700

48

94

14550

LED regulation

The opportunity to check each channel to which LED lights of the same colour are connected enables to obtain a range of colours based on different shades of red, green and blue. Colour emission is regulated using specific dimmer switches. In other words, these accessories switch the LED lights on and off with a constant frequency and at

the LED lights on and off with a constant frequency and at variable switch-on intervals (the

variable switch-on intervals (the slowness of the human eye ensures that the on-off mode is integrated and regulated, giving the impression of regulation). The LED lights can be dimmed: this means energy savings and redu- ced CO2 emissions.

this means energy savings and redu- ced CO2 emissions. 5 % 50 % 100 % DRIVERS
this means energy savings and redu- ced CO2 emissions. 5 % 50 % 100 % DRIVERS
this means energy savings and redu- ced CO2 emissions. 5 % 50 % 100 % DRIVERS
this means energy savings and redu- ced CO2 emissions. 5 % 50 % 100 % DRIVERS
5 % 50 % 100 % DRIVERS for dimming LED lights Temperature controller Owing to
5 %
50 %
100 %
DRIVERS for dimming LED lights
Temperature controller
Owing to the large number of different methods, it is up to the manufac-
turer of the driver to specify the type of control signal. Even though com-
monly accepted control standards do not exist, the most popular are:
IGBT: lamps are turned on and off by a rapid touch; light intensity is
regulated by keeping pressure on the pushbuttons.
Our products are equipped with an automatic temperature control de-
vice. In the event of an unexpected temperature rise caused by ano-
malous weather conditions, the system will reduce the drive current
or turn off the system as the LED gets warmer, guaranteeing proper
operation.
Moreover they are equipped with an overvoltage protection device as
required by EN 61547.
1-10V: a 1-10 voltage rate is applied to the driver to
produce variable light levels, which are proportionate
to the light emitted by a LED lamp.
In short:
- fixtures that are powered at up to 530mA have a smart current limi-
ting device;
DALI: digital transmission protocol for sending light le-
vels information to the LED drivers.
11 -- 1010VVVV
- fixtures that are powered at 700mA have an On/Off device.

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Elixir of life

XII Elixir of life

White LED

Several distinctions are made during the production process of the LED lights selected. The chromatic areas called ‘bin’ are horizontal contours along the BBL line. Colour uniformity depends on the manufactu- rer’s know-how and quality standards. A larger selection means hi- gher quality, but also higher costs.

Cold white

means hi- gher quality, but also higher costs. Cold white 5000 ÷ 7000K CRI 70 Typical

5000

÷

7000K

CRI 70

Typical colour temperature: 5600K Outdoor applications (e.g., parks, gardens)

Natural white

Outdoor applications (e.g., parks, gardens) Natural white 3700 ÷ 4300K CRI 75 Typical colour temperature: 4100K

3700

÷

4300K

CRI 75 Typical colour temperature: 4100K Combinations with existing light sources (e.g., shopping centres)

Warm white

existing light sources (e.g., shopping centres) Warm white 2800 ÷ 3400K CRI 80 Typical colour temperature:

2800

÷

3400K

CRI 80

Typical colour temperature: 3200K For indoor applications, to enhance colours

0.46 0.44 0.42 8J 8H 8G 8F 7J 7H 8K 7G 8L 8M 6C 7F
0.46
0.44
0.42
8J
8H
8G
8F
7J
7H
8K
7G
8L
8M
6C
7F
0.40
8E
7K
7L
7M
6B
7E
5C
6D
2725K
0.38
5B
6A
±145K
3045K
4C
5D
±175K
blackbody locus
4B
3465K
5A
0.36
3C
±245K
4D
3985K
3B
4A
±275K
3D
2C
0.34
3A
4503K
2B
2D
±243K
1C
5028K
2A
±283K
1B
1D
0.32
5665K
1A
±355K
6530K
±510K
X
0.30
0.30
0.32
0.34
0.36
0.38
0.40
0.42
0.44
0.46
0.48
0.50
Graphic representation of BINNING: choice of LEDs to use in
relation to their colour temperature. Source: Lumileds, 2011.
2700K
3000K
3500K
4000K
4500K
5000K
5700K
6500K
Y

Amber

3000K 3500K 4000K 4500K 5000K 5700K 6500K Y Amber 2200K Typical colour temperature: 2200K Outdoor

2200K

Typical colour temperature: 2200K Outdoor applications (e.g., parks, gardens, histo- rical centres)

MacAdam Ellipses Refer to the area on a chromaticity diagram that contains all the colours
MacAdam Ellipses
Refer to the area on a chromaticity diagram that contains all the
colours which are indistinguishable, to the average human eye,
from the colour at the centre of an ellipse. The contour of the
ellipse represents the just-noticeable difference of chromaticity.
MacAdam shows the difference between two light
sourcesthrough ellipses, which are described as having
‘steps’ that indicate the standard deviation of colour.
In applications where light sources are visible, this
phenomenon should be taken into account because a
3-step ellipse has a lower colour variation than a 5-step.
0.9
52 52202 55 520 0
0.8 0.8
54545405404040 540
0.7 0.7
560 560
0.6 0.6
0.5 0.5
58080 580
500 0
500
0.4 0.4
60000 600
E 620 666202020
0.3 0.3
490 490
0.2 0.2
0.1 0.1
480480 480
470470 470
460 460
0.0 0.0
380 380
Source: Standard Chromaticity
Region Plotted
on the 1931 CIE Curve.
0.0 00
0.1 01
0.2 0 2
0.3 03
0.4 04
0.5 0.5
0.6 06.
07. 0.7
0.8 0.8
X
Coloured LEDs
LED FULLCOLOR
Power supply:
Y

The CIE chromatic diagram is based on the physiological peculiarity of the human eye to assess colours by breaking them down into th- ree fundamental chromatic components (three-colour process): red, blue and green, positioned at the top of the diagram curve. The CIE chromatic diagram can be obtained by calculating x and y for each pure colour. The spectrum colours (or pure colours) can be found on the contour curve, while the colours inside the diagram are real colours. It should be noted that the colour white (and other colours in the central area - achromatic colours or shades of grey) are not pure colours, and can not be associated to a specific wavelength.

Source: Standard Chromaticity Region Plotted on the 1931 CIE Curve.

Local control (ex. Master + Slave system with remote control) Remote control (DMX systems) The range of RGB products is operated by a DMX signal and a special interface, which converts the DMX signals into PWN (code 986565) The DMX signal is generated by a special electronic control, supplied by the customer or by DISANO.

PWN (code 986565) The DMX signal is generated by a special electronic control, supplied by the
PWN (code 986565) The DMX signal is generated by a special electronic control, supplied by the

Fullcolor LED

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Fullcolor LED XIII

RGB functions

Light can create stimulating luminous designs capable of increasing the prestige of important architectural structures, while also giving an incredible aesthetic value to otherwise unattractive buildings. Today, the possibilities offered by coloured light can be combined with a further feature: dynamism. Colours and light intensity can be changed using dynamic moving floodlights to create a truly spectacular change of scene. The system uses software which can programme colour sequences using an internal control unit, or a DMX control unit. MUTANT LED lights offer a broad range of solutions to achieve special effects in any space and produce amazing light shows.

The functions available are:

- Product on/off function (stand by).

- Independent control of luminosity of the three channels.

- Show function (colour sequences with 4 preset cycles)

- Cycle duration setting at 30sec, 2min or 10 min

- Recall of last colour at startup - Automatic master/slave recognition through IR receiver connection

- Input and output for synchronization of slaves (max 19).

DMX technology for Fullcolor LEDs

The DMX specifications require an appropriate termination resistance (100-120 ohm). The termination resistance must be positioned between the DATA+ and DATA- wires of the last floodlight on the DMX line.

All the floodlights which receive a digital signal from a control unit must have their address set correctly in accordance with the following table. Each floodlight occupies 4 channels. The first 9 dip-switches are used to set the address. Dip-switch no.11 groups together the 3 colour channels in a single channel.

The floodlight must have the relative dip-switch set to the OFF position to operate in
The floodlight must have the relative dip-switch set to the OFF position
to operate in the DMX/SLAVE mode.
User Interface
DOP Controller 986563-00
IP65 DMX Box 986557-00
Software DMX 986562-00
Fullcolor
ELFO - FLOOR - SICURA
acc. 62 Amplifier/remodulator DMX
20W
986513-00
DMX signal regenerator with 20W power supply, 24V. Equipped with DMX
terminal entry cable and 4-pin output connector. To be used after the twentieth
acc. 61 or for distances over 200m.
built-in
acc. 63 Box with power supply LED RGB and DMX interface
DMX
60W
986511-00
IP 67 watertight box with power supply 48V 60W for Power LED lights – max
9 Microfloor Fullcolor. Supplied with printed circuit board and DMX controller/
interface.
DMX Controller
white
986562-00
DMX controller with internal memory (stand-alone function). It enables to ope-
rate DMX interfaces and integrated DMX controlled lighting fixtures. Option to
save settings internally. PC connection through USB port during the program-
ming phase through a dedicated software (included in the kit).
IP65 box for DMX control
white
986557-00
DMX controller with internal memory IP 65 VERSION (stand-alone function).
It enables to operate DMX interfaces and integrated DMX controlled lighting
fixtures. Option to save settings internally. PC connection through USB port
during the programming phase using a dedicated software (included in the kit).
Software programme
The software readily enables full control of the luminous design. This
new software combines absolute control with user-friendliness, provi-
ding an overview of the colour changes, duration of fading and inter-
vals in a visible and simple way. The programs can be downloaded
from the central system to the local units and stored in an IP65 rated
box (USB compatible) which can be installed externally to provide
independent control of all the functions without requiring a computer.
The software disk includes the complete libraries of the DMX Disano
light fittings. First of all it is necessary to configure single floodlights in
the management software, which will identify the floodlights based on
the address they have been assigned. A Windows screen shows a real
console similar to the consoles used in the theatre, with buttons to control
the various channels corresponding to the various floodlights. The system
DOP Controller
enables all the characteristics of the light to be controlled (dimming, colour,
986563-00
etc
).
The colour can be selected on a palette in a graphics program.
Is a powerful one-button DMX controller that lets you set dim level, colour and
show for LED drivers and DMX compatible luminaires.
glitch occurs
Furthermore, the system enables single scenes to be defined, and to pro-
gramme the timing interval between one scene and the next and various
effects such as fading. The sequences defined at the computer are tran-
sferred to the control unit with a USB cable included, the control unit is the
DMX interface that will then transfer the sequences to the single floodlights.

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company that has championed
progress for more than 120
years. Its nearly 11,000 profes-
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all people. UL uses research and
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needs. We partner with businesses,
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Safe and comfortable public lighting: certification is now possible! XV

Safe and comfortable public lighting: certification is now possible! X V

UL Optical Flicker

Ripple Free

Disano illuminazione was rewarded with the UL Optical Flicker certifi- cation for some of its lines of luminaires. While waiting for a dedicated regulation, the lighting manufacturing leader has also classified many of its products according to their low level of flicker. On a chosen se- lection of fixtures, Disano illuminazione uses ripple-free LED switch- ing drivers capable of minimizing flicker. For all Disano spotlights you may find one of the two following marks/pictograms:

RIPPLE FREE
RIPPLE
FREE

Ripple free: Quality LED drivers come with a sophis- ticated multistage circuit to power LED with an ideal current source (one line), without overloads (Figure 1).

By “ripple” we mean the dimension of the output wave- form of a LED driver. Despite the oscillation occurs at frequencies that cannot be perceived by naked eye, evidence shows that the human brain can perceive light oscillations up to 200 Hz (in LED drivers with ripple, this frequency is 100 Hz). Possible problems include headaches, eye strain, distorted vision and, in some cases, even epileptic seizures. Figure 2 shows the greatest impact on LED life at high temperatures: the LED appears to be overpowered in zone “A” and underpowered in zone “B”.

The UL Verified Mark (LOF) 700 Frequency (Hz) Claim module Unique indentifier Basic indentification mark
The UL Verified Mark (LOF)
700
Frequency (Hz)
Claim module
Unique indentifier
Basic indentification mark
The level of flicker that can be perceived or that is acceptable to hu-
man eye may vary. In the presence of a high level of flicker, especial-
ly based on perception, optical flicker can generate distress among
users and cause a lighting system to be unacceptable from the quality

I out

point of view. At present there is no test or verification that can help identify low-flicker optical products. Now, lighting manufacturers have

optical products. Now, lighting manufacturers have way to determine the low flicker of products thanks to

way to determine the low flicker of products thanks to the new “Low Flicker Optical” test and verification service announced by UL.

Disano illuminazione, after years of research in the lighting sector, has indentified optimal flicker limits for products that operate at frequen- cies of 400 Hz. With these optimal limits Disano illuminazione can now offer products with proper quality values and be certified with the Low Optical Flicker Mark, allowing easy identification. The UL Verified Mark is a modular piece of artwork composed of three key elements. The main part of the mark is the Verified Mark itself, while the secon- dary modules contain important information. Those two modules are:

a

contain important information. Those two modules are: a I out Ripple = 57% 980 A 700

I out

Ripple = 57% 980 A 700 B 420 t Figure 2. A: LED overpowered, B:
Ripple = 57%
980
A
700
B
420
t
Figure 2. A: LED overpowered, B: LED un-
derpowered

t

t Figure 2. A: LED overpowered, B: LED un- derpowered t Figure 1. LED powered with
t Figure 2. A: LED overpowered, B: LED un- derpowered t Figure 1. LED powered with

Figure 1. LED powered with ideal current

un- derpowered t Figure 1. LED powered with ideal current Figure 2: in the absence of

Figure 2: in the absence of a suitable heat sink, the excess tempe- rature of area “A” is not balanced by zone “B”, with the result that the LED junction temperature will be higher than the temperature of a RIPPLE-FREE product.

be higher than the temperature of a RIPPLE-FREE product. Flicker and video coverage Need more stable
be higher than the temperature of a RIPPLE-FREE product. Flicker and video coverage Need more stable
be higher than the temperature of a RIPPLE-FREE product. Flicker and video coverage Need more stable
be higher than the temperature of a RIPPLE-FREE product. Flicker and video coverage Need more stable

Flicker and video coverage

Need more stable images and videos? Luminous flux oscillations have clear impacts on monitors where
Need more stable images and videos?
Luminous flux oscillations have clear impacts on monitors where ima-
ges may appear fuzzy or blurry. Therefore, light stability is a key re-
quirement for obtaining high quality videos. It is important to consider
that light oscillations provoke effects during video broadcasting, whe-
re images appear crossed by numerous black lines, making watching
1. The claim module that describes the claim verified by UL.
impossible. In addition to this, high current oscillations have a negati-
ve effect on LEDs, on the driver life and on the efficiency of the entire
lighting system.
2. The unique identifier that enables buyers to find more information about
a specific UL Verification at the URL included in the UL Verified Mark.
The UL Verified Mark is identified with the “Low Flicker Risk” logo that
includes a maximum flicker value of 8% at frequencies of 400 Hz.
Guidelines for TV broadcasts with LED lighting systems
During a broadcast it is not uncommon to perceive an annoying flicker
especially during slow motion. This flicker is distracting and should be
eliminated where possible. The circumstances that produce the flicker
vary upon the frequency modulation, voltage and camera frame rate.
The table below provides a general rule of flicker factor values produ-
ced by various lighting systems.
The Low Flicker pictogram (LF)
A flicker factor of less than 5% will generally not cause problems for
LOW
%
slow motion replays at up to 150 frames per second. A lighting system
with a flicker factor of less than 5% will eliminate the perceived flicker at
most frame rates per second used within the sports television industry.
The acceptable level of flicker factor (FF) is indicated in the Illuminance
Category Tables.
FLICKER
Flicker Factor Reference Table
Type of Illuminance System
FF value (guide only)
Percentage of flicker
Disano product with
a very low flicker
Daylight
0 %
LED Luminaires - % of flicker depend upon the type
of LED power supply
<3 %
Flicker is a common issue with LED lamps. It can occur at frequen-
cies below 60 Hz and depends on several factors, such as the ripple
Discharge lamps with high frequency ballasts
<4 %
emitted by drivers. The notion of flicker-free is very different from that
of ripple-free. Ripple is most commonly used by driver manufacturers.
Discharge lamps with 3-phase magnetic ballasts for
uniform light
8-20 %
Furthermore, “flicker-free” does not mean “without” but rather “very
low”.
Discharge lamps with single-phase magnetic ballasts
30-50 %

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“Smart City”

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What is a smart city?

A smart city is a city where there is a better quality of life and where public spaces can help citizens achieve their full potential and move more

freely, while saving time and respecting the surrounding environment. The intelligence of a «Smart City» is an inteligence that is distributed, shared horizontal and social that promotes the participation of citizens and the organization of the city towards a greater optimization of resources and results. Energy consumption, public resource use and time are all optimized. With the Web and the new technologies, access to services is easier and public spaces can be organized to favour mobility, save time and turn our cities smarter. Remote management systems make objects more intelligent and recognizable, so that they can communicate data and provide access to aggregated information. Thanks to a more efficient use of the Web, everything within a city (urban fittings, public buildings, monuments, etc.) can play an active role and become collectors and distributors of information about traffic, energy consumption, services and assistance to citizens, cultural and touristic attractions and much more.

Dynamic light

In order to exploit the energy efficiency of LED technology, the lighting

fixtures integrate an electronic system that is based on the use of a microprocessor which controls the luminous flux from naught to 100% with proportional energy savings. This enables to operate the lighting fixture at reduced power for some installations, according to programmable periods using dedicated sensors, such as light sensors or presence detectors.

In particular, according to the UNI-11248:2007 road standard, it is possible to classify roads dynamically into two categories, and reduce the luminous flux at night when traffic is low.

Dynamic light is also recommended for less crowded places like co- vered car parks and underground stations.

places like co- vered car parks and underground stations. Example: two-level dimming system for LED fixtures.

Example: two-level dimming system for LED fixtures.

Example: two-level dimming system for LED fixtures. In order to simplify the application of dynamic light,

In order to simplify the application of dynamic light, the device can be

simplify the application of dynamic light, the device can be programmed during the installation process according

programmed during the installation process according to a number of

settings, which can be activated from the time they are switched on,

or at set times, or when the light sensor reaches a certain threshold.

times, or when the light sensor reaches a certain threshold. A simple application ensures that the

A simple application ensures that the devices are controlled by an

external dimmer switch, which powers the mains; for instance, the ligh- ting fixtures operate at full rate when they are turned on, at 75% after 4 hours, at 50% after hours and at 100% after 10 hours. The lighting fixtures are then turned off when the line is interrupted.

fixtures are then turned off when the line is interrupted. Alternatively, some fixtures can be equipped
fixtures are then turned off when the line is interrupted. Alternatively, some fixtures can be equipped

Alternatively, some fixtures can be equipped with a two-level dimming system that can be preset and based on the calculation of the virtual midnight. The device is embedded directly into the device and does not require the installer to update the system. The dimming system should be normally wired in either bi-polar mode (phase+neutral) or tri-polar mode in case of fixtures with an insulation class I (phase+neutral+neutral).

100%

75%

50%

25%

0%

Regulation example

100% 75% 50% 25% 0% Regulation example With dimmer After After After 10 switch 4 hours
With dimmer After After After 10 switch 4 hours 6 hours hours The lighting fixture
With dimmer
After
After
After 10
switch
4 hours
6 hours
hours
The lighting fixture
is turned off using a
dimmer switch
The switching of the relay occurs between 2 change-over contacts
enabling the driver to start or stop operation based on the wiring con-
figuration. The dimming of the luminous flux is set at 7 hours (default
value) and this occurs without a drive cable or a control phase. The
average value between the time the lighting fixture is turned on (sun-
set) and turned off (dawn) is the reference point for the device, and is
called “natural midnight”. A microprocessor will calculate the desired
switching time starting from this base value. Factory settings are 3
hours before the “natural midnight” (approximately 10 pm) and 4 hours
after it (approximately 5 am).
Factory settings may be changed upon special requests.
100%
100%
50%
Table for the various options for managing the supply point
Our articles (Upon request):
-
with power supply 1-10 V dimmable with subcode 12.
with power supply DIG dimmable with subcode 0041.
- with virtual midnight subcode 30.
- power line carrier remote control systems subcode 0078.
-
Table for the various options for managing the supply point
1-10V dimming
Virtual midnight
PLC remote control
Wi-Fi remote control
(to be agreed upon)
Adjustment range from
10%-100% with 1-10V
Stand alone system with reduc-
tion of luminous flux
and surge protector 6/10 KV
Point-to-point and system management and
diagnosis system
Point-to-point and system management and dia-
gnosis system with Wi-Fi system
Ordered with
Ordered with
Ordered with
on request
sub-code -12
sub-code -30
sub-code -0078

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LED street lighting XIX

Regulations regarding street lighting and light quality

The luminance levels used for street lighting fall within the levels ran- ging between 0.01cd/m2 and 3.00cd/m2.

Numerous studies and trials have tested drivers’reaction times both in the presence of fixed obstacles and on streets illumined with diffe- rent light sources. On streets with luminance levels ranging between 0.01 – 3.00, tests proved that reaction time is remarkably slower when white light bulbs are used. This means that, in order to have the same reaction time, it is necessary to have higher luminance levels when so- dium lamps are used and lower levels if metal iodide or LED lamps are used. Moreover, with low luminance levels and light sources emitting predominantly blue/green lights, there are 7% fewer accidents per km compared to predominantly yellow/red lights. (Source: Anie) The UNI11248 standard introduces new safety parameters. One of these

0,01 cd/m 2

Star-studded sky

Street lighting

3,00 cd/m 2

Daylight or indoor lighting

parameters concerns the quality of light. The UNI standard states that when sources with a colour rendering below 30 are used, the lighting category of the reference road must be increased. In other words, it is necessary to increase the amount of light so that the lighting system is compliant with requirements. Sources with a colour rendering above 60, instead, must reduce the reference road category and therefore the required luminance levels. This involves that a road’s lighting system varies depending on the co- lour rendering of the lighting sources being installed: if sources have high colour renderings then the average luminance levels imposed by the Standard will be lower, therefore reducing the installed power

Light pollution

therefore reducing the installed power Light pollution LEDs, just like any other light source, require optics

LEDs, just like any other light source, require optics or lenses to orient the light beam and prevent it from directing light upwards, and mee- ting anti light pollution requirements. Disano has designed a series of reflectors and optics that can effectively prevent light pollution. These reflectors orient the light beam in such a way as to obtain photometric distributions, which can be installed not only in road lighting systems, but in many other applications, even improving performance if compa- red with the optics of traditional lamps. Each single LED is controlled and equipped with a reflector that models the light beam, optimizing performance and obtaining sharp light distribution. Optics guarantee performance rates ranging from 80% to 95%, which are much higher that the values compared to the reflectors of discharge lamps.

the values compared to the reflectors of discharge lamps. Installation examples for LED street lighting Illumination
the values compared to the reflectors of discharge lamps. Installation examples for LED street lighting Illumination
the values compared to the reflectors of discharge lamps. Installation examples for LED street lighting Illumination
the values compared to the reflectors of discharge lamps. Installation examples for LED street lighting Illumination

Installation examples for LED street lighting

Illumination of roundabouts Local urban roads Installation of products along the in- ner perimeter of
Illumination of roundabouts
Local urban roads
Installation of products along the in-
ner perimeter of the roundabout and
along the nearby streets.
With vehicle traffic and maximum
speed limit of 50Km/h, excellent lumi-
nance uniformity.
Installation examples
District urban roads
Mounting height
Distance between
Average
Minimum
luminance in lux
Mounting height
Road width
Distance
Average luminance
Average
Longitudinal
Road width (m)
(m)
poles
luminance in lux
(m)
(m)
between poles
(cd/m2)
uniformity
uniformity
8
7
6
30lux
50
6
6
23
0,80
0,5
0,7
LED technology and traditional devices: efficiency and luminous flux compared
140
Traditional equipment
Traditional equipment
120
(old technology)
(new technology)
110
90
80
70
50
40
30
20
14000
Traditional equipment
Traditional equipment
(old technology)
(new technology)
8000
6000
4000
1000
Luminous flux emitted
Flusso luminoso emesso (lm)
Luminaire efficiency
Efficienza apparecchio (lm/W)
0
Fixtures with very low
Fixtures with very low
efficiency
efficiency
Fixtures with low
Fixtures with low
efficiency
efficiency
Fixtures with poor
Fixtures with poor
efficiency
efficiency
0
LEDGlobo
LEDGlobo
LEDVista
LEDVista
LEDClima
LEDClima
LEDLanterna
LEDLanterna
LEDBastia
LEDBastia
LEDTorcia
LEDTorcia
LEDVisconti
LEDVisconti
LEDIseoLEDIseo
LEDGarda
LEDGarda
LEDCampana
LEDCampana
LEDStelvio
LEDStelvio
LEDSella
LEDSella
LEDAstro
LEDAstro
LEDAura
LEDAura
LEDLoto
LEDLoto

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XX
Thanks to remote control networks incorporating state-of-the art hardware and software, public lighting systems are
Thanks
to remote control networks
incorporating state-of-the art hardware and software,
public lighting systems
are the key component of an infrastructure
that can take advantage of new technologies.
Such technologies as power-line communication (PLC)
and low-power frequency (RF)
have already been fine-tuned and implemented
in thousands of lighting systems
around the world.
TRAFFIC CONTROL
E-VEHICLE
CHARGING

INFORMATION TO THE PUBLIC

VIDEO

SURVEILLANCE

of lighting systems around the world. TRAFFIC CONTROL E-VEHICLE CHARGING INFORMATION TO THE PUBLIC VIDEO SURVEILLANCE
of lighting systems around the world. TRAFFIC CONTROL E-VEHICLE CHARGING INFORMATION TO THE PUBLIC VIDEO SURVEILLANCE

“Dynamic light” = energy efficiency

XXI

“Dynamic light” = energy efficiency X X I

Power line carrier remote control systems

A special control system can be inserted inside the lighting fixture or

into the lamp pole to monitor the product’s operating parameters. This control system is electrically connected to the fixture through a 1-10Vdc or PWM output of the fixture’s transformer.

This type of remote control system is called “point-to-point”. A “point- to-point” system is a set of electrical equipment used to monitor, programme and control individual LED lighting fixtures. This system

is based on the power line carrier (PLC) technology that enables a

digital two-way communication between the module installed in the fixture and the control system. The control system is located inside the

control panel. The digital data are adjusted to the mains voltage, so no BUS or extra conductors are needed.Thanks to this “point-to-point” system, it is possible, for example, to monitor and save the fixture’s electrical parameters and, based on these settings, generate failures

or trigger alarms, turn off/on or adjust the fixture’s brightness. This is

done through either manual or pre-set commands. The communication between the control centre (PC) and the “point-to-

point” system occurs through a control panel using normal communi- cation channels (GSM-GPRS-network LAN etc.). The commands sent from the control centre are conveyed by the control module located inside the panel through the power line carriers which dispatch the commands to the individual fixtures and vice versa. The management module can control up to 990 lights and can reach a distance of 1.5 km. Beyond this distance, an extra module can be inserted into the fixture to serve as a signal repeater. The control module has a series of pre-set light configurations for light dimming. However, each controller inserted into a fixture saves seve- ral information regarding the cycle that should be used for that speci- fic fixture. This cycle, which consists of up to 5 steps, is started every day at pre-set hours, and serves the purpose to define the application time and the action to be performed. The “point-to-point” module is independent from the cycle manage- ment of its corresponding fixture, and will work even if the communi- cation from the control module is lost.

These controls, settings and data are all managed through a software programme that regularly downloads all the information required to manage the systems and check for any failures.

required to manage the systems and check for any failures. Technical characteristics of step-to-step controller (to
required to manage the systems and check for any failures. Technical characteristics of step-to-step controller (to
required to manage the systems and check for any failures. Technical characteristics of step-to-step controller (to
required to manage the systems and check for any failures. Technical characteristics of step-to-step controller (to

Technical characteristics of step-to-step controller

(to be inserted inside the fixture)

step-to-step controller (to be inserted inside the fixture) Power: 150 - 254Vac 50/60Hz self-powered. Container: plastic
step-to-step controller (to be inserted inside the fixture) Power: 150 - 254Vac 50/60Hz self-powered. Container: plastic
step-to-step controller (to be inserted inside the fixture) Power: 150 - 254Vac 50/60Hz self-powered. Container: plastic

Power: 150 - 254Vac 50/60Hz self-powered. Container: plastic with IP20 or IP66 degree of protection. Connections: IP66 version with cables FROR-Npi 2x2.5 mm2 L=20cm Version IP20 with clamps; installed in series between power supply and fixture housing. Internal consumption: min. 0.7 VA Operating temperature: ambient temperature -20°C +65°C. Communication: ASK power line carrier Baud rate: 1000 Regulatory framework: EN50065-1 , EN50178 Class of insulation: Class 2 Output: 1-10 Vdc; PWM; DALI

Class of insulation: Class 2 Output: 1-10 Vdc; PWM; DALI Technical characteristics of control module (to
Class of insulation: Class 2 Output: 1-10 Vdc; PWM; DALI Technical characteristics of control module (to
Class of insulation: Class 2 Output: 1-10 Vdc; PWM; DALI Technical characteristics of control module (to

Technical characteristics of control module

(to be inserted inside the control panel)

of control module (to be inserted inside the control panel) Power: 230Vac 50/60Hz (about 21mA at

Power: 230Vac 50/60Hz (about 21mA at 230V, 44mA Max). Container: degree of protection IP20, bar connection DIN 9 modules. Clock calendar: maximum error of +/- 4min/year in the 0-70°C range. Memory: nearly 20dd for a system with a maximum number of controlled points (990). Operating temperature: ambient temperature -20°C +55°C. Without power supply: no loss of data, 3 days of clock life. Input sections: configured as 2 in 24Vdc.

of clock life. Input sections: configured as 2 in 24Vdc. Standard supply: - clock calendar from
of clock life. Input sections: configured as 2 in 24Vdc. Standard supply: - clock calendar from
Standard supply: - clock calendar from PC control centre. - all the settings made by
Standard supply:
- clock calendar from PC control centre.
- all the settings made by the modules are saved.
- sampling: up to 3 for each night, of which one is fixed after 7 min. from
system start-up.
ASSISTANCE
- RS232 asynchronous serial port for the system’s local configuration.
- RS485/RS422 asynchronous port for the connection to the master sy-
stem and to the other modules.
- 2 LED lights (RX/TX) to indicate communication activity.
- LED light to indicate power.
CONTROL
CENTRE
STREET
LIGHTING
FREE
CONTROL

2

Amenities fixtures - LED

2 Amenities fixtures - LED
2 Amenities fixtures - LED
2 Amenities fixtures - LED
2 Amenities fixtures - LED
2 Amenities fixtures - LED
2 Amenities fixtures - LED
2 Amenities fixtures - LED

AMENITIES FIXTURES

new

new

new

new

new

new

new

new

new

new

new

new

new

new

new

new

Amenities fixtures - LED

3

ISEO

new new new new new new new Amenities fixtures - LED 3 ISEO DISCO CENTRAL FIXING

DISCO

CENTRAL FIXING

new Amenities fixtures - LED 3 ISEO DISCO CENTRAL FIXING LUCERNA MONTECARLO WITH BRACKET new GARDA

LUCERNA

fixtures - LED 3 ISEO DISCO CENTRAL FIXING LUCERNA MONTECARLO WITH BRACKET new GARDA VISCONTI new

MONTECARLO

WITH BRACKET

new
new

GARDA

CENTRAL FIXING LUCERNA MONTECARLO WITH BRACKET new GARDA VISCONTI new LUCERNA VOLO MONZA MINI STELVIO

VISCONTI

new
new

LUCERNA

MONTECARLO WITH BRACKET new GARDA VISCONTI new LUCERNA VOLO MONZA MINI STELVIO PHOTOVOLTAIC PHOTOVOLTAIC

VOLO

MONTECARLO WITH BRACKET new GARDA VISCONTI new LUCERNA VOLO MONZA MINI STELVIO PHOTOVOLTAIC PHOTOVOLTAIC POLAR

MONZA

MINI STELVIO

PHOTOVOLTAIC

PHOTOVOLTAIC

VOLO MONZA MINI STELVIO PHOTOVOLTAIC PHOTOVOLTAIC POLAR CAMPANA CLIMA IRIDE LOTO new VISCONTI CENTRAL FIXING

POLAR

MONZA MINI STELVIO PHOTOVOLTAIC PHOTOVOLTAIC POLAR CAMPANA CLIMA IRIDE LOTO new VISCONTI CENTRAL FIXING ASTRO

CAMPANA

MINI STELVIO PHOTOVOLTAIC PHOTOVOLTAIC POLAR CAMPANA CLIMA IRIDE LOTO new VISCONTI CENTRAL FIXING ASTRO
MINI STELVIO PHOTOVOLTAIC PHOTOVOLTAIC POLAR CAMPANA CLIMA IRIDE LOTO new VISCONTI CENTRAL FIXING ASTRO

CLIMA

STELVIO PHOTOVOLTAIC PHOTOVOLTAIC POLAR CAMPANA CLIMA IRIDE LOTO new VISCONTI CENTRAL FIXING ASTRO METROPOLIS

IRIDE

PHOTOVOLTAIC PHOTOVOLTAIC POLAR CAMPANA CLIMA IRIDE LOTO new VISCONTI CENTRAL FIXING ASTRO METROPOLIS VISTA

LOTO

new
new

VISCONTI

CENTRAL FIXING

POLAR CAMPANA CLIMA IRIDE LOTO new VISCONTI CENTRAL FIXING ASTRO METROPOLIS VISTA CLIMA GLOBO DISCO AURA

ASTRO

CAMPANA CLIMA IRIDE LOTO new VISCONTI CENTRAL FIXING ASTRO METROPOLIS VISTA CLIMA GLOBO DISCO AURA MONTECARLO

METROPOLIS

IRIDE LOTO new VISCONTI CENTRAL FIXING ASTRO METROPOLIS VISTA CLIMA GLOBO DISCO AURA MONTECARLO new MONZA

VISTA

LOTO new VISCONTI CENTRAL FIXING ASTRO METROPOLIS VISTA CLIMA GLOBO DISCO AURA MONTECARLO new MONZA new

CLIMA

new VISCONTI CENTRAL FIXING ASTRO METROPOLIS VISTA CLIMA GLOBO DISCO AURA MONTECARLO new MONZA new LANTERNA

GLOBO

VISCONTI CENTRAL FIXING ASTRO METROPOLIS VISTA CLIMA GLOBO DISCO AURA MONTECARLO new MONZA new LANTERNA TORCIA

DISCO

CENTRAL FIXING ASTRO METROPOLIS VISTA CLIMA GLOBO DISCO AURA MONTECARLO new MONZA new LANTERNA TORCIA PEGASO

AURA

CENTRAL FIXING ASTRO METROPOLIS VISTA CLIMA GLOBO DISCO AURA MONTECARLO new MONZA new LANTERNA TORCIA PEGASO

MONTECARLO

new
new

MONZA

new
new

LANTERNA

CLIMA GLOBO DISCO AURA MONTECARLO new MONZA new LANTERNA TORCIA PEGASO Iseo p. 4 Garda p.

TORCIA

GLOBO DISCO AURA MONTECARLO new MONZA new LANTERNA TORCIA PEGASO Iseo p. 4 Garda p. 8

PEGASO

DISCO AURA MONTECARLO new MONZA new LANTERNA TORCIA PEGASO Iseo p. 4 Garda p. 8 Loto

Iseo

p. 4

Garda

p. 8

Loto

p. 16

Disco

p. 24

Disco central fixing

p.

28

Visconti

p. 30

Visconti central fixing

p.

35

Aura

p. 36

Lucerna

p. 40

Astro

p. 52

Montecarlo

p. 54

Volo

p. 56

Metropolis

p. 58

Monza

p. 60

Monza photovoltaic

p.

62

Mini Stelvio photovoltaic

p.

63

Vista

p. 64

Lanterna

p. 66

Polar

p. 67

Clima

p. 68

Torcia

p. 70

Campana

p. 72

Iride

p. 74

Globo

p. 75

Pegaso

p. 76

67 Clima p. 68 Torcia p. 70 Campana p. 72 Iride p. 74 Globo p. 75

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Iseo - LED

4 Iseo - LED
4 Iseo - LED
4 Iseo - LED
4 Iseo - LED
4 Iseo - LED
4 Iseo - LED
4 Iseo - LED

AMENITIES FIXTURES

Iseo - LED

5

AMENITIES FIXTURES Iseo - LED 5 Housing and arms: pressed in die- cast aluminium and designed
AMENITIES FIXTURES Iseo - LED 5 Housing and arms: pressed in die- cast aluminium and designed
AMENITIES FIXTURES Iseo - LED 5 Housing and arms: pressed in die- cast aluminium and designed

Housing and arms: pressed in die- cast aluminium and designed with a very small surface exposed to wind.

Optics: in aluminium coated with very high purity (99.99%) silver using physical vapour deposition (PVD).

Pole connection: pressed in die- cast aluminium. Suited for poles with a diameter 60-76mm.

Diffuser: extra-clear tempered glass, 5 mm thick, resistant to ther- mal shocks and impacts (UNI-EN 12150-1: 2001).

Coating: In different stages. Grey epoxy cationic electrocoating, re- sistant to corrosive and saline en- vironments. UV stabilized priming using anthracite acrylic resin.

On request: with surface coating resistant to acetic acid salt spray tests pur- suant to standard UNI EN ISO 9227 “Corrosion Tests in Artificial Atmosphere”.

Equipment: nylon wiring plate 30% fibre glass complete with connector for mains connection and for LED module. Automatic temperature control inside the device with au- tomatic resetting. With dedicated electronic device to protect the LED module. Equipped with an air-circu- lation valve.

Energy-saving: the possibility to choose the correct drive current for LEDs will allow you to have the right power under specific design condi- tions, and also help you deal with maintenance and retrofitting pro- blems. Using a lower current will im- prove the efficiency of fixtures and therefore increase energy savings, whilst a higher current will result in a higher light flux so that you can reduce the number of fixtures.

UNI EN

ISO 9227

LOW 700 Specify pole height. For poles and accessories, see chapter: Poles FLICKER 600 500
LOW
700
Specify pole height. For poles and accessories, see chapter: Poles
FLICKER
600
500
400
300
200
100
0

Low Flicker: product with a very low flicker; uniform light for greater eye pro- tection.

Table for the various options for managing the supply point

1-10V dimming Virtual midnight PLC remote control Wi-Fi remote control (to be agreed upon) Adjustment
1-10V dimming
Virtual midnight
PLC remote control
Wi-Fi remote control
(to be agreed upon)
Adjustment range from
10%-100% with 1-10V
Stand alone system with reduc-
tion of luminous flux
and surge protector 6/10 KV
Point-to-point and system management
and diagnosis system
Point-to-point and system management
and diagnosis system with Wi-Fi system
Ordered with
Ordered with
Ordered with
on request
sub-code -12
sub-code -30
sub-code -0078

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Iseo - LED

L=927cm 2 60/76 3361 Ethr 200 +40 400 C° -30 600 800 90 165 15
L=927cm 2
60/76
3361
Ethr
200
+40
400
-30
600
800
90
165
15
35
35
1000
180
cd/Klm
25
25
270
90 165 15 35 35 1000 180 cd/Klm 25 25 270   3361 Iseo 2 -
90 165 15 35 35 1000 180 cd/Klm 25 25 270   3361 Iseo 2 -
 

3361

Iseo 2 - residential amenities

 
   

CLD CELL

   

LED (Tj=85°C)

wattage (530mA)

colour

weight

code

W

K

- ølm 530mA - CRI

LED

anthracite

7.10

330570-00

29

4000K - 4150lm - CRI 70

LED

anthracite

7.10

330571-00

59

4000K - 8300lm - CRI 70

On request: possibility to control each individual light point (see table on p. 5).

 
 

Power supply

n.LED

W

ølm

On request

700mA

8

39

5420lm

16

78

10840lm

L=927cm 2 60/76 3362 150 300 450 600 90 35 35 750 180 25 cd/Klm
L=927cm 2
60/76
3362
150
300
450
600
90
35 35
750
180 25
cd/Klm
25
270
450 600 90 35 35 750 180 25 cd/Klm 25 270   3362 Iseo 3 -
450 600 90 35 35 750 180 25 cd/Klm 25 270   3362 Iseo 3 -
 

3362

Iseo 3 - residential amenities

 
   

CLD CELL

   

LED (Tj=85°C)

wattage (530mA)

colour

weight

code

W

K

- ølm 530mA - CRI

LED

anthracite

7.10

330580-00

59

4000K - 8300lm - CRI 70

On request: possibility to control each individual light point (see table on p. 5).

 
IP66IK09 Ø460 Ø 60 8 LED 16 LED LED: Power factor 0.92. Luminous flux maintenance
IP66IK09
Ø460
Ø 60
8 LED
16 LED
LED: Power factor 0.92.
Luminous flux maintenance 80%:
>100.000h (L80B10).
IP66IK09
Ø460
Ø 60
16 LED
656
656

LED: Power factor 0.92. Luminous flux maintenance 80%:

>100.000h (L80B10).

 

Power supply

n.LED

W

ølm

On request

700mA

16

78

10840lm

W ølm On request 700mA 16 78 10840lm 456 70 acc. 109 anti-glare shield anthracite
456
456

70

acc. 109 anti-glare shield

acc. 109 anti-glare shield

anthracite

991309-00

To prevent glare effects. To be fitted when Garda is installed near a win- dow.

To prevent glare effects. To be fitted when Garda is installed near a win- dow.

AMENITIES FIXTURES

656

656

Iseo - LED

7

IP66IK09

32 LED

Ø460

Ø 60

LED: Power factor 0.92. Luminous flux maintenance 80%:

>100.000h (L80B10).

IP66IK09

8 LED

Ø460

Ø 60

LED: Power factor 0.92. Luminous flux maintenance 80%:

>100.000h (L80B10).

0.92. Luminous flux maintenance 80%: >100.000h (L80B10). L=927cm 2 60/76 3360 Ethr 80 +40 160 C°
L=927cm 2 60/76 3360 Ethr 80 +40 160 C° 240 -30 320 400 cd/Klm new
L=927cm 2
60/76
3360
Ethr
80
+40
160
240
-30
320
400
cd/Klm
new
80 +40 160 C° 240 -30 320 400 cd/Klm new   3360 Iseo 1 - wide
 

3360

Iseo 1 - wide beam

 
   

CLD CELL

   

LED (Tj=85°C)

wattage (530mA)

colour

weight

 

code

W

K

- ølm 530mA - CRI

LED

anthracite

7.30

 

330560-00

48

4000K - 7200lm - CRI 70

On request: possibility to control each individual light point (see table on p. 5).

 

LOW

individual light point (see table on p. 5).   LOW FLICKER   Power supply n.LED W

FLICKER

 

Power supply

n.LED

W

ølm

On request

700mA

32

63

9110lm

W ølm On request 700mA 32 63 9110lm   L=927cm 2   60/76      
 

L=927cm 2

 

60/76

   
   

3363

 

new

   

200

 

400

 

 

600

 

800

 

 

1000

 

90

170

180

10

25

25

270

35

35

cd/Klm

170 180 10 25 25 270 35 35 cd/Klm   3363 Iseo 4 - cycleways  
 

3363

Iseo 4 - cycleways

 
   

CLD CELL

   

LED (Tj=85°C)

wattage (530mA)

colour

weight

 

code

W

K

- ølm 530mA - CRI

LED

anthracite

7.00

 

330590-00

29

4000K - 3980lm - CRI 70

On request: possibility to control each individual light point (see table on p. 5).

 
 

Power supply

n.LED

W

ølm

On request

700mA

8

39

5180lm

(see table on p. 5).     Power supply n.LED W ølm On request 700mA 8

8

8

Garda - LED

8 8 Garda - LED
8 8 Garda - LED

AMENITIES FIXTURES

Garda - LED

99

AMENITIES FIXTURES Garda - LED 9 9
AMENITIES FIXTURES Garda - LED 9 9
AMENITIES FIXTURES Garda - LED 9 9
AMENITIES FIXTURES Garda - LED 9 9

10

Garda - LED

1 0 Garda - LED

AMENITIES FIXTURES

Garda - LED

11

AMENITIES FIXTURES Garda - LED 1 1 3350 Garda 1 - wide beam 5 7.5 90
3350 Garda 1 - wide beam 5 7.5 90 10 12.5 180 7.5 10 5
3350 Garda 1 - wide beam
5
7.5
90
10
12.5
180
7.5 10
5
270
12.5
360
450
cd/Klm
3351 Garda 2 - asymmetric 5 10 15 150 20 25 300 35 30 25
3351 Garda 2 - asymmetric
5 10
15
150
20
25
300
35 30
25
450
5
600
10
750
cd/Klm
3352 Garda 3 - cycleways 5 300 7.5 10 12.5 600 17.5 20 15 900
3352 Garda 3 - cycleways
5
300
7.5 10
12.5
600
17.5 20
15
900
1200
90
165 35
15
35
1500
180 25
cd/Klm
25
270
3353 Garda 4 - cycleways + residential amenities 5 10 15 200 30 20 400
3353 Garda 4 - cycleways + residential amenities
5
10 15
200
30 20
400
25
600
5