6 Oct 2015 / Regiolux /

Energy-efficient hall lighting systems

The surface luminaire hara from Regiolux meets the highest demands for efficient illumination of halls and hypermarkets. This classic for energy-efficient deployment in commercial and industrial environments is also available as LED luminaire now, apart from the proven T5-lamp technology. The hara LED yields a luminous efficacy of 106 lm/W; thereby not just saving a significant part of the otherwise common operational costs, as it also lowers long-term maintenance costs.

Besides varying light technologies, from wide, via wide/narrow to narrow distribution, the luminaire can be universally deployed – while always guaranteeing an efficient type of lighting. The highbay luminaire is not just offered in three different protection classes (IP20, IP54 and even IP65), but also with luminaire lumen output between 15,000 and 30,000 lm.

To cover the often prescribed method of fitting for exchanging the lighting installation within the existing building, the spectrum ranges from surface-mounting, via mounting rail installation, to two- or four-point-suspension with robust chains or filigree steel ropes. Even for increased environment temperatures up to 40 °C, there are corresponding standard products.

Thanks to dimmable models and an extensive program of select light management systems, additional potential for energy saving can be utilized. The hara LED-luminaires are of course completely ready for connection, so that installation can take place quickly and easily. The LED version will be presented for the first time at the trade fair stand of Regiolux at the Light + Building 2014, hall 3.1, stand A11.

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