Lighting set for roads EUROPOLES CC E7/3 & SCHREDER Avento & WGS 1/1/10°
Lighting set is a already made solution for the improvement of parks or roads, which includes all the necessary component parts for the lamps and poles installation. This solution make it easier for customers to search and select the equipment according to the set task of illumination of the territory. This set is just one of the possible solutions for lighting the territories, which is formed on the most frequent client requests, of components from leading European manufacturers (EUROPOLES, ROSA, SCHREDER).
The lighting set for roads EUROPOLES CC E7/3 & SCHREDER Avento & WGS 1/1/10° consists of:
- galvanized round lighting poles EUROPOLES СС 7М 60/158/3, 7m high, wall thickness 3mm and diameter of the ending 60mm;
- foundation reinforcement FP2 (includes nuts, washers, protective caps);
- bracket EUROPOLES WGS 1/1/10°, 1 m high and 1m length of the mounting plate;
- LED street lamp Schreder Avento 1 - 71W;
- introductory panel board (fuse box) ROSA TB-1.
Galvanized poles from the Polish manufacturer EUROPOLES are made of S235JRG2 steel in accordance with PN-EN 10025:1990 and protected from corrosion by hot dip galvanizing (PN-EN ISO 1461 standard). Application of laser welding technology allows to produce a completely seamless lighting pole, which increases its mechanical strength and creates a more aesthetically accomplished design, as the convex weld seam is absent.
The Avento lamp from the Belgian company Schreder is an energy efficient solution, which has a light output (luminous efficacy) of 120 lm/W, and the 5 years of warranty period of the lamp will help to quickly return on the investments, as there is no need for its service. As an option, the Schreder OWLET IoT street lighting control system can be installed.
This set is just one of the possible options for lighting solutions. Our specialists will help you with the selection of the necessary equipment. They will also provide you with technical information and will conduct lighting-engineering calculations for the optimal feasibility study of the lighting equipment selection.