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The BRAUMS PX Luminaire Series offers a more reliable, more efficient solution to lighting pedestrian walkways. With Pedestrian Area and Minor Road (P Category) applications, this Good Design Award Gold Winner delivers over 170 lumens per watt, for leading class efficiency.
With CREE's Highest Efficacy LED Technology and a constant-current LED driver, the PX design guarantees the most appropriate power consumption and lumen density, as well as a longer lifetime operating at higher temperatures. This results in a longer-lasting product, with reduced carbon emissions and lower operational costs.
Designed specifically for the Australian and New Zealand markets, the PX consists of a polyester powder-coated, pressure diecast aluminium housing with a toughened acrylic semi-cut off visor, and quick release latches for easy maintenance. With a range of build options available, the PX can be built to suit any location. The PX is both AS/NZS 1158 compliant and AEMO certified.
While the PX comes standard with a basic Photocell for adaptive lighting control, its versatile NEMA Plug ’n’ Play capability makes it ready for a range of Smart City applications. Compatible with a wide range of IoT lighting control products, the PX can be connected to the cloud for advanced control options. The energy analytics gained through the use of Smart City Lighting can enable network operators to optimise usage, lower CO2 emissions, and reduce operational costs overall.
Cloud connectivity allows for wireless control and dimming capabilities, as well as status reporting and improved visibility across the network, for more efficient operation, asset management and overall connectivity. Smart controls allow for luminaires to be integrated with other devices in the Smart City IoT network, including pedestrian and vehicle traffic monitoring systems, such as AddInsight.
For more information on the PX Luminaire Series, contact our Roadway Lighting department directly on 03 9315 2878, or complete a product enquiry form.
BRAUMS PX Luminaire