The Lighting System
One system does it all for cities. Besides lighting, the CITY ELEMENTS product family is useful to architects, lighting designers and planners in making electricity and water available where needed for markets and other events. In addition, CITY ELEMENTS accommodates CCTV systems and performs many other tasks.
CITY ELEMENTS Brochure
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New lighting technologies in the CITY ELEMENTS
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The new lighting technologies are used in the CITY ELEMENTS 180 as well as in the CITY ELEMENTS 230. Concretely, they are used in the AS and BS elements AS/BS300 (Ø 230 mm) and AS/BS400 (Ø 180 mm), as well as the BHS 600+x element (Ø 230 mm). Via the different tracks, the maximum use of the setting angle within the housing is ensured for each lighting technology. The optimal track for each lighting technology is determined and already installed upon delivery. Subsequent changes on site are possible.
CITY ELEMENTS accommodates security cameras with a feel for discretion and aesthetics, helping cities and towns safeguard their public spaces.
Varying Pole Diameters and Heights
The more slender version for local streets come in 180 mm diameters. The thicker variants with 230 mm for heights up to 9 metres are ideal for plazas and pedestrian zones. Thanks to the two different diameters, the ideal proportion is easy to obtain for virtually every public space design application.
Pre-assembly of the Elements
City ELEMENTS may be ordered fully assembled (up to 3 segments) to speed up installation.
CITY ELEMENTS Illuminating Bollards
Illuminating bollards will add yet another aspect to CITY ELEMENTS broad design spectrum.
New Top Element - Double Lighting Units
Constructed from aluminium tubing and PMMA, this new top element features double lighting units that are configurable with rotationally symmetric or asymmetric area or street optics. Element height is 900 mm. Accommodates maximum of two 70 W lamps.
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