Designer: Ton Riera i Ubía_Malabar estudi
The objective behind the Wide concept is to create a contemporary lamp that is technologically and formally different from standard products, and principally, that of a clear interpretation of its morphology: A frame that holds the lamp with two lengths adapted to different installed LED technology powers.
The wide range of heights and configurations, as well as the versatility of its modules and optics, ensures that it is suitable for a wide variety of urban environments, with optimum and precise light distribution at night and a discreet presence during the day.
Low energy consumption, high light output, with no glass diffuser and a long useful life of its LED modules. Innovative heat dissipation throughout its casing. Slidable tray to facilitate the inspection of its electronic components. Protected IP66 seal, IK08 protection against impacts and protection against transient overvoltage.
The lamp has two casing sizes that adapt to different installed powers. Its bottom plane allows the free installation of multiple combinations of PCB and optics.
The street light unit admits heights between 4 and 9 meters and diverse lamp configurations: single, double or scaled up to a maximum of five units.
Lamp made entirely from three anodized aluminum extrusion profiles. Column made from galvanised steel or zinc-plated and primer and polyurethane enamel. Fastening system with a dual, cast flange of anodised aluminium, with easily accessible connection cabling.
All the columns are anchored with a base plate and four threaded bolts to a concrete foundation with the recommended generic dimensions. Unloaded and handled with slings, ensuring the post is protected from grazing