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Indal (Philips) 20w Mini Luma Street Light

Indal (Philips) 20w Mini Luma Street Light

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Here you see a Indal (Philips) Mini-Luma 20 watt LED Street Light with Zodion SS12A Miniature Electronic Photocell.

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Light Information

Manufacturer:Indal Lighting (Now Philips Lighting Ltd)
Model Reference:Mini Luma
Lamp
Lamp Type:LED
Filament/Radiator Type:SMD Light Emitting Diodes
Shape/Finish:N/A
Service Life:100000
Fixture
Fixture Type:Street Light
Ballast Type:Integral LED Driver
Photocell Type:Zodion SS12A Miniature Electronic Photocell
Arm Type:76mm dia Post Top
Location:Personal Collection
Electrical
Wattage:20 watts
Voltage:220/240 volts (Mains)
Current:Very Little
Optical
Lumen Output:2250 Lumens
Color Temperature:5700 deg K
Color Rendering Index:CRI-70
Physical/Production
Dimensions:650mm x 310mm x 215mm
Factory Location:Europe
Fabrication Date:2015
Application/Use:Side Road Street Lighting

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Nov 14, 2017 at 01:13 PM Author: boris
As far as LED lighting goes, I kinda like these for being not glary at all, and not too ugly.
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Nov 14, 2017 at 01:59 PM Author: MissRiaElaine
I abhor the relentless march of LED above all else, regardless. All lighting systems, whether domestic or public, should use the best lamps for the job they are required to do, and while I consider LED to be perfectly acceptable for domestic use, for street lighting they are an abomination. I have yet to see an LED street lamp that isn't a disaster waiting to happen. Whenever I drive up the street towards my mother's house after dark, I am dazzled to the point where I almost have to pull over to avoid a collision with parked vehicles.

Ria in Aberdeen

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Nov 14, 2017 at 02:37 PM Author: wattMaster
Here's a website that you can use to help stop LED streetlights: streetlights.info

Stop LED Streetlights- streetlights.info

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Nov 14, 2017 at 02:52 PM Author: dischargecraze
No offence, but the website is pointless in my view. No one can stop the placing of LED streetlights. In 20 years, LED’s will be even more efficient, and things like HPS will be rare or even non-existent because people prefer white light and the way LED’s can be pointed on the road only instead of spreading the light over an unwanted area. I just can’t see manufacturers keep producing fixtures that aren’t LED in the future.

I'm interested in all kinds of lighting.

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Nov 14, 2017 at 04:46 PM Author: MissRiaElaine

No offence, but the website is pointless in my view. No one can stop the placing of LED streetlights. In 20 years, LED’s will be even more efficient, and things like HPS will be rare or even non-existent because people prefer white light and the way LED’s can be pointed on the road only instead of spreading the light over an unwanted area. I just can’t see manufacturers keep producing fixtures that aren’t LED in the future.


Sorry, but you're wrong about LED's pointing only on the road. I have yet to see one that isn't a glare bomb. Where HPS has been replaced with LED around here there are awful gaps in the illumination pattern creating huge unilluminated patches of road.

To me, the colour of HPS (and SOX) is far more relaxing on a long drive. Bright white light is very tiring on the eyes, especially when there is glare from the fixtures, and as I've said, I have yet to see an LED fitting that is glare-free.

Ria in Aberdeen

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Nov 15, 2017 at 02:02 AM Author: Beta 5

Sorry, but you're wrong about LED's pointing only on the road. I have yet to see one that isn't a glare bomb. Where HPS has been replaced with LED around here there are awful gaps in the illumination pattern creating huge unilluminated patches of road.

To me, the colour of HPS (and SOX) is far more relaxing on a long drive. Bright white light is very tiring on the eyes, especially when there is glare from the fixtures, and as I've said, I have yet to see an LED fitting that is glare-free.

SOX is better in poor weather and fog too, plus as you say Ria, at night orange SOX or HPS light is much better for the eyes (and it makes the place look nice when its snowing)

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