Systems & Applications | Luminaires | Indoor Applications | Outdoor Applications | Aug 02, 2017

ZALEDA EVOL II - Premium Weatherproof Luminaire for Indoors and Outdoors

Highly robust and efficient, with quality of light for increased demands and flexible, versatile use. OEM Systems Group's new LED weatherproof luminaire ZALEDA EVOL II meets all specifications for a highly durable premium solution. Both indoors and outdoors. This is the very first indoor luminaire just as suitable for outdoor applications – even without roofing.
Slender design with high resistance:

The premium quality of ZALEDA EVOL II becomes apparent at the first glance: the high quality luminaire body made of die-cast aluminium brings together good looks with high resistance to a wide range of external factors, while also contributing to highly effective thermal management. Impact-resistant UV-stabilised polycarbonate or PMMA ensures robustness and durability, as do the mounting clips of rust-free steel. The LED weatherproof luminaire also features a modern design and compact dimensions of 1047 x 105 x 95 mm (L x H x W).

The luminaire is resistant to low temperatures, heat, humidity, dust, knocks and impact and complies to protection rating IP66 and IK08. It can be used in a wide -30 to +45 degrees Celsius temperature range. As a result, ZALEDA EVOL II is the universal solution for a variety of applications ranging from cold stores and production halls to car parks and outdoor areas.

Energy-efficient light:

In common with its attractive and highly resistant outer, the luminaire also meets high demands in terms of quality of light: ZALEDA EVOL II generates uniform, glare-free and especially energy-efficient light. State-of-the-art electronic components from BAG bring together high performance values with reliability and efficiency. The result is constantly high quality of light with an above-average life time of 85,000 hours. Thanks to energy efficiency of 139 lm/W and low installation and maintenance complexity, the luminaire in use achieves low overall operating costs. The quality of light also wins over – with a length of just 1 metre the luminaire achieves the same effect as conventional 1.50 metre-length weatherproof luminaires.

The HF sensor version improves the energy balance even further. Presence- and daylight sensors automatically switch off the luminaire or dim it to a pre-set level. The result: further energy savings of up to 35%. Sensor control also increases the lighting comfort – e.g. in the form of "running light" that tracks people on their way through buildings.

Further information can be found at www.OEM-Systems.com

About OEM Systems Group:

OEM Systems Group employs around 950 people at five core locations around the world. With high levels of technology expertise in Germany, Spain, China, the Philippines and India, extensive resources are available for research, development and production. Own production sites are located in Europe and Asia. All information about OEM Systems Group and its associated companies will be published on the new website www.OEM-Systems.com shortly.
The BAG electronics product brand represents state-of-the-art electronic solutions with a specific focus on pioneering LED components such as intelligent ECGs, individual LED modules and smart software applications. BAG solutions create a strong basis for future-safe OEM products.  
The ZALUX product brand specialises in the development and production of luminaires functioning with complete reliability and long lifespans in extreme conditions such as heat, humidity and low temperatures. ZALUX is the European market leader for luminaires with higher protection ratings.

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