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THE GREEN LIGHT hapiled

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HAPILED AMBIANCE COMBINED WITH ENERGY PERFORMANCE Lighting parks, squares and residential areas requires a specific approach that is very different from lighting roads. The creation of ambiance plays a prominent role. However this must not be done at the expense of efficiency. The age of the opal sphere luminaire with high energy consumption and a source of light pollution is gone forever. The HapiLED, an economical, aesthetic, robust and efficient LED solution, is here to replace it. hapiled

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hapiled HAPILED Design: Michel Tortel The European EuP Directive 2005/32/EC permanently bans mercury lamps from April 2015. The standards regarding light pollution require the use CHARACTERISTICS - LUMINAIRE of luminaires that drastically reduce the flux emitted in Optical compartment tightness level: IP 66 (*) complies with CIE 150 (ULOR < 5%). PC: IK 10 (**) PMMA: Impact resistance the upper hemisphere. With its ULOR of 3%, the HapiLED IK 06 (**) Aerodynamic resistance (CxS): Nominal voltage: 230V – 50Hz Electrical class: I or II (*) Weight (total): POLE 0.08m2 5kg Ø76 410 Materials: Base...

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LIGHT SOURCES AND PHOTOMETRIC ENGINES HAPILED LENSOFLEX2 ® LensoFlex2® is a photometric engine based on the flexibility offered by the association of different lenses. It therefore offers a wide variety of photometries. The diffuser contributes to the creation of ambiance and to visual comfort by reducing glare. • LensoFlex2® is available with 16, 24 or 32 LEDs in warm white or neutral white • Two light distributions available • Low energy consumption • Low maintenance cost • Dimming system (optional) • Constant luminous flux (CLO) (optional for the 32 LED version) • Lifetime: 60,000 hours...

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hapiled MAINTENING A CONSTANT FLUX OVER TIME With a conventional solution, the depreciation of the luminous flux over time leads to excess lighting – and therefore too much energy consumption – when the luminaires are installed so that the efficiency declines slowly to reach the minimum required level at the end of the installation’s service life (graph A). The HapiLED photometric engines work differently by operating with a constant luminous flux (Constant Light Output or CLO). They therefore control precisely and autonomously their energy needs during the luminaires’ lifecycle to provide...

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hapiled PHOTOMETRY Lifetime residual flux @ tq 25°C HapiLED LensoFlex2® Number of LEDs Neutral white 4100K 16 LEDs 24 LEDs 32 LEDs 60,000 hours 100,000 hours Nominal flux (lm)* 2000 3000 4000 19 28 37 2700 4100 5500 27 41 53 3600 5400 7200 40 58 75 ✓ ✓ ✓ Current: 350 mA Power consumption (W) Nominal flux (lm)* 90% Current: 500 mA Power consumption (W) Nominal flux (lm)* 70% Current: 700 mA Power consumption (W) Optic 5096 - street ✓ Optic 5096 - square (*) The nominal flux is an indicative LED flux @ tj 25°C based on LED manufacturer’s data. The real flux output of the luminaire depends on...

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hapiled THE ALTERNATIVE TO THE OPAL SPHERE: A CASE STUDY Residential area – S2 according to IEC - EN 13201 5m 5m X H = 4m For 100 metres of installation E ave > 10 lux – Emin > 3 lux Height: 4m Width of the road: 5m Use: 4000 hours/year HapiLED vs OPAL SPHERE Luminaire Spacing (m) E ave (lux) Unit power (W) SLEEC W/lux/m2 Annual consumption 100m of road (kWh) Annual CO2 emissions 100m of road (kg)(*) Opal sphere + 125W Hg elliptical lamp S2 8 10,3 140 0,34 7000 3220 Clear sphere + 125W Hg elliptical lamp S2 10 10,2 140 0,27 5600 2576 Clear sphere + 70W HPS lamp S2 9 10 80 0,18 3556 1636...

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www.schreder.com Copyright © Schréder S.A. 2012 - Executive Publisher: Luc de Lamalle - L.a.W. S.A. - rue de Mons 3 - B-4000 Liège (Belgium) - The information, descriptions and illustrations herein are of only an indicative nature. Due to advanced developments, we may be required to alter the characteristics of our products without notice. As these may present different characteristics according to the requirements of individual countries, we invite you to consult us. Schréder 104276-HapiLED-br-2012-01-AN

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