OSLON Square offers impressive luminous flux and efficiency at moderate cost
FuturoLighting’s new luminaire “HighStick” is the result of a successful partnership between the Slovakian supplier of LED lighting solutions and OSRAM Opto Semiconductors. The OSLON Square LED from the German manufacturer was chosen as the light source for this application because of its exceptional luminous efficacy as well as long life, even at high temperatures. The essential properties include a high illuminance level of 1000 lux, the option to vary the intensity of the light and glare free lighting solutions.
“We decided to install the OSLON Square LED in our HighStick after conducting a number of studies that showed it achieved the best results in terms of luminous flux and efficiency”, said Valentin Kulikov, CEO, FuturoLighting. “The decision was easy thanks to the good price to performance ratio, extensive and reliable support, and our long-term relationship with OSRAM Opto Semiconductors.”
The OSLON Square offers excellent heat dissipation, stable color homogeneity and long life. Depending on the color temperature, it provides warm white or cold white lighting between 2400 and 5000 K. Its color rendering index is more than 80 and its impressive luminous flux consists of 200 lumens per single LED.
“HighStick” for industry tasks or high-bay lighting solutions
The “HighStick” luminaire has a color temperature of 4000 K, a rectangular distribution of light and uniform light output, making it the preferred choice for workplaces and industrial facilities. It features DALI and Smart Grid interfaces and, thanks to its high brightness, can be installed in rooms with ceiling heights in excess of 8 feet without compromising on adequate luminous intensity on desk surfaces. With its exceptionally long life of more than 60,000 hours and robust aluminum housing, the compact “HighStick” (800 mm x 80 mm x 40 mm) is ideal as a light source for high-bay storage facilities, factories and outdoor lighting installations, such as those used in the architectural sector.