The KEYE SQ Light Point consists of a square aluminum column with integrated photovoltaic panels.
It starts working at 30% at sunset, going to 100% when movement is detected. This passage is communicated to the two Light Points immediately beside it, lighting up three in a row.
KEYE SQ is 4 m high, contains photovoltaic panels, a LED module, an UV ray measurement sensor, a motion sensor, with a range of up to 5 m from the column base, controllers and batteries with a minimum lifespan of about eight years.
HELIOS is a solar Light Point that has a compartment at the bottom of the shaft whre the batteries and controeller are stored. The upper part is reserved for the solar panel and for the VILA LC luminaire.
In order to make the most of the solar energy, the panel adaptation has the freedom of rotation that allows to orient the panel in the ideal direction. HELIOS is fully fabricated in galvanized steel. There is also the possibility of being manufactured with the battery storage and controller in the basement.
- VILA LC luminaire in aluminum, equipped with LED plate, diffuser in flat glass, optic block IP66, lateral fixation, painted in color to be defined.
- Photovoltaic panel consisting of energy generating module with polycrystalline cells with high efficiency and durability.
- High performance device connected directly to the battery and management of loading and unloading through a controller.
- Gel batteries for energy storage for overnight use with low percentage of auto-discharge and autonomy to be defined.
The column KEYE (Keen Eye), for her ecological functioning and design, is ideal for walking areas, gardens. This luminaire has a large electronic capacity, allowing customized modes of operations (singular and group).
The KEYE Hybrid version allows the Light Point to never fail to illuminate, being able to use utility power when solar power is not enough to charge the batteries.
Solar lighting shaft composed of aluminum, solar panels, batteries, charge controller, LED lighting, presence sensor and light sensor.
The KEYE H Light Point is an integral and communicator solar column, working in a group.
The Light Point starts working at 30% at sunset, going to 100% when movement is detected. This passage is communicated to the two Light Points immediately beside it, lighting up three in a row.
The column profile is square, in aluminum or galvanized steel, 4 m high, contains photovoltaic panels, a LED module, an UV ray measurement sensor, a motion sensor, with a range of up to 5 m from the column base, controllers and batteries with a minimum lifespan of about eight years.
This Light Point prepared for solar energy consists of a galvanized steel shaft with an octagonal trunk-pyramidal geometry that supports all the energy conversion equipment at the top.
The solar panel rests on a compartment where the batteries and the controller are housed. This requires the panel to have a fixed slope which must be defined at the time of manufacture. However, the battery compartment has freedom of rotation along the vertical axis, allowing a correct orientation of the panel.