Posts Tagged ‘street lighting’

Nichia makes batwing LED for street lighting

Nichia has saved you from buying secondary optics by making an LED with a batwing beam.

Intended for street and outdoor lighting, the device is called NVSW119AT-D1 and is 7.1×4.96mm, and 3.95mm high.

Typically 138 lm is produced at 350mA (3V forward).

The beam pattern is…

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Carclo gets into light engines with a streetlight

This LED street lighting module is the first product in a line of light engines to be launched by Carclo. It uses the firm’s S class free-form optic, combined with LEDs in a sealed and thermally optimised assembly. “The module has been developed and tested by the Carclo…

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LEDs take over Frankfurt

Last week I attended the Light + Building trade show in Frankfurt and found myself thinking that it should be renamed the LED + Building show. LEDs were everywhere. It was actually a struggle to find a stand without LED products at the show, although in many cases they’d been simply…

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Solar Vision Pole lamp post highlights LED lighting

Margery Conner, Technical Editor of EDN, has wrriten an interesting article about off-grid street lighting, which involves white LEDs. Despite the efficacy of HB LEDs, she notes, their cost is such that they can struggle to compete head-on with older forms of lighting. However, certain apps can justify…

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Rollout of LED street lighting goes strong in Portugal

Check out our Distribution World blog for an update on the progress of LED streetlighting in Europe – LED Lighting Watch: Portugal turns on 10 cities

The rollout of LED street lighting has been going strong in Portuguese towns all summer, writes Richard Wilson…

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