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Shelter and bus shelter YOU HAVE A PROJECT ?

The lighting need for a bus stop is limited in time, only two to four hours a night are enough. Indeed, it is not necessary to illuminate all night, but only when the user is present (for example two hours in the morning and two hours in the evening).

Very often far from the electricity networks, the stop for travelers is a natural application for solar autonomous lighting.

Recommended level of illumination: 10 to 20 lux average depending on the light environment present.

RECOMMENDED OPERATING MODE:

In order to light only when it is necessary, Novéa Énergies offers you different opertaing modes adapted to bus shelters:

  • Standing on clock with break or standby.
  • Presence detection with dimming mode. Remote detection. Be careful not to detect each passage of the vehicle.
  • Push button with standby mode.

LIGHTING POWER:

The table below shows the required lighting power according to the objective of the level of illumination to be attained and according to the surface indicated.

It will remain to specify the operating time per night to validate the power of the solar panel and the capacity of the battery.

 

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Products related to this type of project

Combi Top 2

  • Solar panel power: 100 Wp (360° adjustable)
  • Light height: 4 à 6 m
  • Power consumption: 10 à 20 W
  • Luminous flux leaving: 1 500 à 3 200 lumens
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Combi Top 3

  • Solar panel power: 160 Wp (360° adjustable)
  • Light height: 4 to 8m
  • Power consumption: 10 to 40 W
  • Luminous flux leaving: 1 500 to 4 800 lumens
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AKKOR 2.6

  • Solar panel power: 200 Wc
  • Light height: 6 m
  • Power consumption: < 25 W
  • Luminous flux leaving: 1 500 à 3 000 lumens
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AKKOR TEKK 2.6

  • Solar panel power: 200 Wc
  • Light height: 6 m
  • Power consumption: < 25 W (16 LED) / ⩾ 25 W (32 LED)
  • Luminous flux leaving: 1 500 à 5 250 lumens
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