Edison Opto | Street Lighting | Solar | Awards | Applications | Jun 05, 2024

EDISON OPTO Solar Streetlight Earns Prestigious Red Dot Design Award

Edison Opto, a leading manufacturer of LED lighting solutions, is proud to announce that its solar streetlight Renewal Arc 1 has been recognized with the prestigious Red Dot Design Award for its innovative product design.

The Edison Opto solar Renewal Arc 1 is powered by high-efficiency 5050 LED components, delivering exceptional energy savings and luminous efficacy of up to 230 lm/W. Its streamlined shape, convenient integrated lamp housing design, and tool-free cover empower maintenance function providing both installation and easy maintenance.

This outdoor lighting application is adopted from LED 5050 ultra-high light efficiency technology independently developed by Edison Optoelectronics. It is more than 25% more efficient than conventional solar street lights. With a customized optical design lens, Renewal Arc 1 solar street light can meet the requirements of 15W energy consumption by passing through the Me4a roadway class requirements, effectively reducing the lithium battery capacity configuration and minimizing the consumption of natural resources. The eco-friendly quality of ultra-low blue light ratio < 1% won this international Red Dot award.

Key Features of the EDISON OPTO Solar Streetlight:

  • Convenient all-in-one design, easy installation
  • Superior heat dissipation for long reliability
  • High energy saving, efficiency up to 230Lm/W
  • ME4a road class

For more information visit https://luminaire.edison-opto.com/

Edison Opto is a leading manufacturer of LED lighting solutions, committed to providing innovative and high-quality products that meet the diverse needs of our OEM/ ODM customers. Our extensive product portfolio includes LED professional lighting and industrial lighting solutions. We are dedicated to sustainability and environmental responsibility, continuously developing energy-efficient LED lighting solutions that reduce LED manufacturing carbon footprint.

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