Light Colours ~ Power Matla Innolumis
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Light Colours

GOLDEN GREEN

The Golden Green light source consists of red and green LEDs, they produce a soft gold green light that is ideally suited for use in a predominantly green area or areas where video camera surveillance is employed. These would be for example the countryside around villages or towns, leafy suburbs, mines and security fencing, roads along the edge of nature areas, parks, cycle paths through the countryside etc.

MOONLIGHT

The Moonlight light source consists of red, green and blue LEDs; these produce a light colour that could be described as white moonlight with a touch of green through it, making them suitable for a wide range of uses in the countryside, main roads, suburban roads, cycle paths and residential areas.

WHITE MOONLIGHT

The White Moonlight light source is whiter than the Moonlight, as it uses a different mixture of red, green and blue. Colours in public spaces and on the road are accentuated, creating a high degree of colour recognition. The White Moonlight can be used in every conceivable environment but is ideal for use in provincial, urban and suburban environments.

730

This pure white, warm light colour has a colour temperature of 3000 Kelvin. Ideal for use in residential areas as a replacement for PL-lighting.

740

This pure white light colour has a colour temperature of 4000 Kelvin and has a cooler appearance than the light colour 730. Ideal for use in residential areas as a replacement for PL-lighting.

750

This bright white colour has a colour temperature of 5000 Kelvin and is ideal for use in high-traffic volume, intersections and category A- road classification typically replacing HPS – lighting.

GOLDEN ORANGE

The Golden Orange light source is made up of red, green and amber-coloured LEDs. These simulate a light colour which is closely related to the light colour of high pressure sodium lighting (SON and SON-T). Is used in places where the municipality wishes to maintain the warm sodium colour in the cityscape or where the cool white colour of  typical LED lighting is not desired.

BAT-LAMP

This light colour has been designed for areas where street lighting is desired but where bat populations will be disturbed as little as possible. Research has shown that many bat species do not experience this amber light as disruptive and their migration and breeding patterns are disturbed in a minimal way in their natural lifestyle.

BIRD-LAMP

This light colour has been designed for areas where street lighting is desired but where endangered bird populations will be disturbed as little as possible. Research has shown that many bird species do not experience this blue tone light as such and are disturbed in a minimal way in their natural lifestyle.

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