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Product Code: SOLB001/PRE
Product Availability: In stock

ORION “PREMIUM” REMOTE CONTROL BOLLARD


  • Vandal resistant solar lighting bollard

  • IK10 is the highest rating possible for resistance to physical damage

  • Remote controlled RGB, CCT colour selection, timer and brightness

  • > 3 nights autonomy

  • IP65 Waterproof design

  • Cast aluminium bollard stem and baseplate

  • Custom bollard stem colours available

  • Commercial grade solar bollard lighting

  • Symmetrical light pattern

  • Stainless steel tamper proof fixings

  • Australian Standard P4 compliant

  • Automatic dusk to dawn lighting

  • 2 year warranty for faulty workmanship or component failure not influenced by external means

This premium product provides exceptional dusk to dawn constant output lighting for commercial locations or anywhere vandalism or theft maybe a concern. The lamp housing is manufactured from moulded high impact polycarbonate, this combined with a stem and baseplate of powdercoated cast aluminium and tamper proof security fixings safeguard the bollard from deliberate acts of vandalism or theft. The supplied remote allows for complete customisation of the product, from the lumen output and colour of the LED’s (RGB + CW) to the hours of operation after dusk. One remote controls up to 40 separate lights.

SKU

SOLB001/PRE

Solar Panel Wattage

6.2W

LED Output

2.5W

Lumen Output

>360 lm

Battery Type

LiFePO4

Battery Specifications

12AH 3.2V (38.4Wh)

Autonomy

> 3 nights

Fixture Size

900 x 260 x 110 mm

Light Source

48 x Osram 5050

Recharge

4-6 hours

Mounting Height

900mm

Mounting

Baseplated or Inground

Finish

Powder-coated black (standard)

Warranty Period

2 years

Additional Information
Mode of Operation

Remote controlled operation of the LED colour, warm or cool lighting, timer operation, ON/OFF functions.

 
What is a Lumen?

In simple terms, Lumens are a measure of the total amount of visible light from a lamp or light source. The higher the lumen rating, the “brighter” the lamp will work.

How does this compare with other light sources?

Familiar examples
• A typical 4 x D cell battery maglite will emit approx. 70 lumens
• The average path light using 2-3 LEDs emits 15-18 lumens
• A 25W incandescent globe emits approximately 160 lumens

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