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New Streetlight - Fluorescent replacement

New Streetlight - Fluorescent replacement

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Here it is. One of the very last fluorecscent streetlight has been replaced by this Mini Luma LED street light lantern. It's quite sad that all fluorescent fixtures have been replaced now bit thats the way it goes....

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Manufacturer:Philips
Model Reference:BGP 621 Mini Luma
Lamp
Lamp Type:LED
Fixture
Ballast Type:Electronic with dimming program
Location:Amanz-Gressly-Strasse Solothurn
Electrical
Wattage:19.3W @ 80% till 10pm, 13.9W @ 60% 10pm till midnight, 11W @ 40% after midnight till 6am
Voltage:230V
Optical
Lumen Output:2000lm @80%, 1500lm @ 60%, 1000lm @ 40%
Color Temperature:3000K Warm White
Color Rendering Index:CRI Ra >80
Physical/Production
Factory Location:Kretryn Poland
Fabrication Date:Week 19 Year 2017

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Oct 25, 2017 at 12:57 PM Author: merc
We have these at some places here, too. Not the worst selection as this larger array isn't too glary.
The only property I'd like to change is the 3000K.

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Oct 25, 2017 at 01:42 PM Author: monkeyface
You don't like 3000K?
I like it and the residents too! It's even less glary than 4000K!
Furthermore to limit the glare in general we choosed the 20LED version instead of the usual 12LED for this wattage level. With more LEDs for the given light flux the luminance decreases.
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Oct 25, 2017 at 02:09 PM Author: merc
Yeah, most people prefer warm white light. I like 4000+ K lights as they mimic MV/MBF lamps quite well. That's the right night atmosphere for me. The 6500 K is also nice, but not those cheap bluish 10000+ K LEDs. Fortunately nobody uses them here anymore.


Furthermore to limit the glare in general we choosed the 20LED version instead of the usual 12LED for this wattage level. With more LEDs for the given light flux the luminance decreases.

That's the larger array I wrote about in my previous comment. Good choice!

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Oct 25, 2017 at 02:15 PM Author:

You don't like 3000K?
I like it and the residents too! It's even less glary than 4000K!
Furthermore to limit the glare in general we choosed the 20LED version instead of the usual 12LED for this wattage level. With more LEDs for the given light flux the luminance decreases.


You got a choice..? When they replaced the perfectly serviceable MBF lamps in my mother's street with the god-awful Urbis Axia LED fittings, the first we knew of it was when we looked out of the window one morning and saw the things
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Oct 25, 2017 at 02:40 PM Author: monkeyface
Of course I really like the colour as well the colour temperature of MBF lamps.
But here in our town were I grown up under exactly these fluoresecent streetlights I removed now. All these fixtures here were having in the past warm white fluorecent tubes till around 1995. Later they switched to cool white because the warm white tubes weren't available anymore. These warm white LEDs emits nice soft light same as the fluorescent in the old days with their soft and warm light.

Ria, still my preferable choise of sight are those nice ageless designed street lights whereas some of these modern ones just won't fit into the landscape!
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Oct 29, 2017 at 04:25 AM Author: TL buis
3000K is much better for the eyes and we in Europe like like this colour temp more. Some supermarkets are rebuild with 4000K LED fixtures, soemetimes you need welders glasses to get some grocery, not normal.. Nice ice scraper lantern now!! Does it need to have a software update?? Some lanterns here in the neigbourhood are burning in the day time to receive an update....Huh?? energy saving???
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