Technical specifications


Light distribution
Direct and rotationally symmetrical distribution of light

Pole in hot galvanized steel or powder coated hot galvanized steel
Top screen and middle ring in aluminium

Clear/satiné shockproof polycarbonate lamp cover

3050 mm / 3500 mm / 4000 mm

Light source
LED 34W/830/4497Lm. 50Khrs

For casting or flange mounting. Earth spike or flange is included

3 cables max. 5×10 mm². Connection box and fuse are included

Classification: IP56. IK10. Insulation safety class II
Weight 35 / 40 / 45 kg.


Design: Peter Bysted

The ANDERSEN L207 is a street light with a classic look and good, well-shielded light.

Add the ANDERSEN L207 to any residential cul-de-sac and create an attractive residential landscape. Or make it a part of any urban landscape that could use some help with lighting and atmosphere.

Traditional LED street light with LED

The ANDERSEN L207 is a traditional street light with a pole and triangular lantern.

The combination of several struts and screen give this detailed lantern its classic look. The ANDERSEN L207 is suitable for street locations with historic buildings and rounded cobblestones.
The different geometric shapes of the light´s lantern can also be used to emphasise lines and fields in modern architecture.

If you choose black for your light from the pole to the top shade, it will give it a cohesive look and a timeless quality.

The ANDERSEN L207 has been upgraded to LED and is available in two versions – with and without the light source being visible. The sloping screen makes the ANDERSEN L207 a good source of outdoor illumination without too much glare.

As well as supplying the new ANDERSEN lights with LED, Lampas also converts existing street lighting to LED technology. Contact our lighting consultant to hear more.

Post Light by Bysted

The ANDERSEN L207 is made of hot-dip galvanised steel and aluminium with an shockproof polycarbonate screen. The light can be supplied in a choice of RAL colours. The different screens allow you to combine colours in this particular post light.

The ANDERSEN L207 was designed by architect Peter Bysted, who also designed the MONK series and the maritime bollard LIGHTHOUSE L209.

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Peter Bysted

In architect Peter Bysted’s view, exterior lighting should compliment the space it illuminates, not dominate it. He’s the man behind some of Lampas’ greatest successes.

Read more about the designer here

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Lampas Belysningskonsulent Henrik Christoffersen

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Give us a call or drop us a line if you have any questions.
At Lampas, we are the lighting specialists and understand everything that needs to be considered when creating attractive yet functional lighting. We´d love to share our experience with you, if you have any questions or have a challenging project ahead of you.

Henrik Christoffersen

Lighting consultant
+45 3073 5777