With diverse light distribution variants the new DL 30 LED is precisely the right solution for many different inner-city applications. A special feature is the new, asymmetric wide light distribution specifically for crossing zones. If the luminaire is mounted directly in the apex of the crossing it emits light literally ‘around the corner’ onto both streets thanks to its innovative light distribution.
The design of the DL 30 LED has modern, purist lines, enabling it to blend discreetly into its architectural context. In darkness the integrative luminaire functions as an unobtrusive visual guiding element. The luminaire head and therefore the light emission surface is slightly illuminated, meaning that the DL 30 LED as optical guidance is clearly seen along the street, contributing essentially to greater orientation and safety in urban contexts.
The intelligent control electronics of the DL 30 LED ensure that lighting intensity adapts to external conditions to enable especially efficient illumination. Osram has enhanced the previous luminous flux tracking function to now offer a new generation of constant luminous flux in the form of the patented CLO 2.0 version. This features new calculation parameters to contribute directly to the reliability and lifespan of the urban lighting.
The innovative solution takes into account current and previous environmental factors such as wind and temperature, enabling more precise luminous flux tracking based on these factors of influence. The preset luminous flux level is reliably achieved at all times – independent of weather conditions. This maximises the energy efficiency of the lighting, cuts corresponding consumption costs and increases the service life.
“The DL 30 LED features an ideal symbiosis between performance capability and high quality design and a convincing price-performance ratio,” explained Anett Wagner, Product Manager at Osram Lighting Solutions.
OSRAM with headquarters in Munich, Germany is a globally leading lighting manufacturer with a company history of around 100 years. The product spectrum contains high-tech applications based on semiconductor technologies such as infrared and laser. Products are used in a wide variety of applications ranging from virtual reality, autonomous driving and mobile phones to networked, intelligent lighting solutions in buildings and cities. The company is global technology and market leader in the automotive lighting technology sector. OSRAM had approximately 24,600 employees around the world in continued business sectors (without Ledvance) with turnover of 3.8 billion euros to the end of the 2016 fiscal year (30 September). The company is listed on the Frankfurt am Main and Munich stock exchanges under WKN: LED 400 (stock exchange symbol: OSR). For further information, see www.osram.com.