PIN L305 BOLLARD LIGHT
Direct and rotationally symmetrical distribution of light
Optional half shade gives an asymmetrical distribution of light
Pole and half shade in hot galvanized steel or powder coated hot galvanized steel
Nature-anodized or powder coated top screen and distance ring
Satiné shockproof acrylic lamp cover, UV-resistant
LED 13W/830/2000Lm. 50Khrs
For casting or flange mounting. Earth spike or flange is included
2 cables max. 5×4 mm². Connection box and fuse are included
Classification: IP56. IK10. Insulation safety class II
Weight 20 kg.
Design: Luplau Poulsen Architects
The PIN L305 is the bollard version of the popular, elegant post light, the PIN L304.
The idea behind the PIN L305 is a simple cylinder with a field of light at one end. The post has the same diameter as the taller post light, but the field of light has been adjusted to the height, so the proportions of the bollard are correct.
The PIN L305 bollard has a modern, neutral appearance which blends in naturally with its surroundings during the daytime, and provides plenty of glare-free light in the evening.
With the PIN L305 you get a of light for the amount of energy used. It provides a rotationally symmetrical polar curve. The satiné screen diffuses the light, so the bollard provides a comfortable, glare-free light.
The PIN L305 can be made with a half screen to provide asymmetrical lighting. This means that it can be used close to residential buildings, along roads and in other places where it is desirable to have light only on one side.
The post is made of hot-dip galvanised steel and is available powder coated in a range of colours. The screen is made of satinéacrylic, while the top and middle rings are made of anodised aluminium.
Lampas has upgraded the original design of the PIN L305 to include an LED light source, that distributes the light uniformly throughout the cylinder, and has given it a shockproof, UV-resistant acrylic screen. We are also happy to convert existing lights to LED technology.
The PIN L305 and the PIN L304 post light were both designed by Luplau Poulsen Architects in the 1990’s. The two PIN lights were ground-breaking in their simplicity and are used together in a number of buildings. They have been produced in specially-designed heights to illuminate the square in front of the opera in Copenhagen, among other places. The different heights follow the terrain down towards the harbour basin.
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