‘Medusa’, the ‘latest generation of LED streetlight’ from Ecolighting, is designed to enable public sector users to benefit from ‘huge cost savings’, and to ‘make a substantial difference’ to energy bills.
‘Robust and weatherproof to IP65, easy to maintain, lightweight, and with a stylish aluminium body with adjustable pole mounting’, it is ‘ideal for use in streets, security, car parks, and building exteriors’, designed with a Philips advanced xitanium driver, and Samsung or Cree LEDs, and comes with a NEMA five-pin plug for telematics such as Telensa or similar open protocol.
Ecolighting says ‘top quality’ LEDs ensure ‘high thermal conductivity, minimal light decay, pure light, very stable performance, and a 50,000-hour lifespan’. Consequently, it offers a 10-year conditional guarantee with optional photocell control and a pre-programmed dimming cycle for smaller projects.
The Medusa comes in three body sizes and 10 different LED power outputs – from 14 to 250 W. The system uses LEDs producing 115 lumens / watt and a colour temperature of 5000 K, has ‘top quality modular drivers’, and surge protection to 10 KV.
Ecolighting said: “Eco-friendly and energy-saving, the Medusa has no radiation or emitting heat, and is free from mercury, lead, and other harmful substances. Its head can be adjusted from 0-90°, the optical design suits different roads, and it has a 70:30° road to pavement ratio. OPTIONAL CUT: Its innovative thermal management design has an effective low LED junction temperature, ensuring the lifespan of the light source and its power supply.”