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Phoenix Lighting expands range
(Posted on 21/06/22)
Phoenix Lighting has announced the launch of the Soar Series, an expansion of its product offering of high output large area LED lighting for terminal yards. This next-generation high mast solution provides reliable, energy-efficient illumination and coverage, and has been expertly designed to allow terminal operators the ability to control and monitor every element of it.
Designed for high output illumination across a wide variety of facilities, the Soar Series delivers a stunning 130,000 lumen output performance. A variety of optical patterns and colour temperatures provide the utmost flexibility to deliver required light levels and uniform, glare-free coverage throughout the facility. With the durable construction Phoenix floodlights are known for and a lifetime of more than 100,000 hours, the Soar Series will survive challenging conditions and eliminate costly maintenance and labour.
The fixtures sleek design houses all components in a IP66-rated, marine grade die-cast aluminium enclosure for maximum resistance to the corrosive and saltwater environment found at seaports. The Soar Series is designed to meet U.S. and global requirements and is UL/cUL listed to UL 1598. New and retrofit installations can be simply completed as the fixture mounts to a standard 42 - 60 mm mast arm with adjustable tilt capability.
The Soar Series combines with Phoenix’s Lighting Intelligence Technology (LIT) System to enable lighting control, zone scheduling, asset management and real-time data collection. The LIT System offers effortless commissioning with no software to install. It is designed to be simple and secure with an intuitive remote user. LIT System users benefit from maximized fixture life, increased safety and energy savings of up to 35%.
Phoenix is proud to continue to offer innovative lighting technologies to port and terminals worldwide and provide customers with additional measures that influence the safety and efficiency of operations.
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