ELEKTRA M

Modern LED luminary for public lighting systems with ± 20° adjustable joint, able to integrate two Zhaga-D4i connectors from bottom and top part of the luminary.

Certification Certification
DALI regulation DALI regulation
Mechanical resistance (IK9) Mechanical resistance (IK9)
Mechanical resistance (IK10) Mechanical resistance (IK10)
Degree of protection (IP66) Degree of protection (IP66)
Optional colour according to the RAL colour chart Optional colour according to the RAL colour chart
ENEC+
ENEC 15
ZHAGA

Specifications

Electrical parameters

Light source LED
Power voltage AC 220–240 V / 50–60 Hz
Connection method leading out cable, leading out cable with connector (G), without cable (WO)
Ballast part electronic driver with surge protection L/N-Ground 10 kV
Surge protection additional surge protection 10 kV (S)
Fuse fuse 6,3 A (J)
Possibility of regulation non-dimmable (not labeled), DALI (DALI), night dimming (A)
preparation for wireless communication NEMA (N), Zhaga (Z) or 2× Zhaga (Z2)
Constant lumen output CLO (C)

Light parameters

Optical system roads (Mxx), roads (Lxx), directional (Pxx)
area (Uxx), pedastrian crossing (ZLx/ZPx), AMBER module (Nxx), AMBER optics (ALxx), combined optics (Kxx), BACK Light mask (BM2)
Light distribution direct
Colour rendering index Ra > 70
Colour temperature 2,700 K / 3,000 K / 4,000 K / 5,000 K
Service life > 120,000 hrs. (L90)

Construction

Luminaire body aluminum cast
Colour RAL 7015/9006, other RAL (on request)
Surface type matte
Luminaire cover tempered glass

Safety

Protection class I, II
Maximum ambient temperature -40 / 55 °C
Ingress protection IP 66
Impact protection IK 09, IK 10
EMC YES
Vibration test YES
Wind force test YES
Corrosion test – Salty spray YES(1,500 hours)
Life test YES
Certification ENEC, ENEC+, Zhaga-D4i, IDA Dark Sky Approved
CB mark YES
RoHS YES
REACH YES

Mounting

Method pole or boom mounted (48–60 mm); 60–76 mm (on request)
adjustable joint ± 20°
Recommended height max. up to 12 m
Use outdoor areas; road classes I., II. and III.

Variants

When using the CLO function, the initial power and luminous fluxis 10 % lower than the value shown in the table.
LDT curves with CLO function have the letter “C” at the end of their marking.

Photometry

Photometry

Energy label

Energy label

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