Systems & Applications | Luminaires | Street Lighting | Outdoor Applications | Nov 21, 2018

Ecolighting's Medusa Is the Latest Generation of LED Streetlight

The Medusa is designed with a Philips advanced xitanium driver, Samsung or Cree LEDs and a NEMA five-pin plug comes as standard for telematics such as TELENSA or similar open protocol. Robust and weatherproof to IP65, the Medusa luminaire is easy to maintain, lightweight and has a stylish aluminium body with adjustable pole mounting.

Ideal for use in streets, security, car parks and building exteriors, the Medusa luminaire allows public sectors to benefit from huge cost savings and makes a substantial difference to energy bills.

By using top quality LEDs in Medusa, Ecolighting ensures high thermal conductivity, minimal light decay, pure light, very stable performance and a 50,000-hour lifespan. As a result, Ecolighting is able to offer a 10-year conditional guarantee with optional photocell control and a pre-programmed dimming cycle for smaller projects.

The Medusa comes in three body sizes and 10 different LED power outputs from 14 W to 250 W. The system uses LEDs producing 115 lumens per watt and a colour temperature of 5000 K, top quality modular drivers and has surge protection to 10 KV.

Eco-friendly and energy-saving, the Medusa has no radiation or emitting heat, is free from mercury, lead and other harmful substances. Its head can be adjusted from 0-90°, the optical design suits different roads, and it has a 70:30° road to pavement ratio. Its innovative thermal management design has an effective low LED junction temperature, ensuring the lifespan of the light source and its power supply.

For ease of installation, the streetlight has a built in spirit level and there are different power supply solutions available whether dimming or not dimming. The body comes with an advanced clip for tool-less operation and an easy to maintain fixed brace.

Ecolighting’s Medusa streetlight fitting has been specified as one of the products in a number of applications, including for leading interior lining systems manufacturers British Gypsum and the successful Mantra Learning in Manchester. The installation of Ecolighting’s LED solution on the site provided far higher lux levels whilst reducing power consumption by over 60%.

As members of the Carbon Trust, Ecolighting is also able to offer clients low interest loans for investment in LED lighting technology.

Further information on energy saving LED lighting schemes is available from Ecolighting on 01455 552511, by emailing enquiries@ecolightinguk.com or by visiting the company’s website at www.ecolightinguk.com

About EcolightingUK Ltd:

Ecolighting was originally established as Lutterworth Electrical in 1971, providing electrical services to the domestic and agricultural markets. Driven by the demand for high quality, energy efficient industrial luminaires, our awareness and involvement in manufacturing grew, leading to the design, manufacturing and supply of market leading products.
Our significant experience in the consultation and design process grew into a service of its own, and so it became necessary to re-brand the company to Ecolighting in 2011. The electrical services division of Ecolighting is still running today, under the Ecolectrical brand, and this heritage is essential in enabling us deliver a top notch service for our clients.

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