More Beautiful Lumens, Evluma adds 100W OmniMax to LED Retrofit Line

New 100W LED retrofit lamp for use in decorative post top, acorn and globe streetlights.

Evluma recently added a new 100W addition to the OmniMax™ LED retrofit line for out- door decorative luminaires. Leading LED streetlight manufacturer Evluma launched the OmniMax product line in 2016 with 40W and 70W models. Due to customer demand, a 100W model is now being released.

“Sold in six different color temperatures (2000K to 5000K) the OmniMax offers lighting designers and municipal lighting specifiers a wide range of CCT to work with,” said Cathleen Shattuck, marketing director for Evluma. The 100W OmniMax is intended as a replacement for up to 150W HID lamps in legacy fixtures but can also be used for new construction.

The OmniMax combines a novel radial light engine with Bluetooth connectivity to create a dimmable, diffuse light source. Emulating the burn center of the HID bulbs it was designed to replace, OmniMax uses the prismatic optics of existing fixtures as they were intended. A four-layered thermal management strategy supports long life in enclosed fixtures. OmniMax carries a 10-year warranty, 20kV-10kA surge protection tested to EEE/ANSI C136.2 – 2018 and includes Evluma’s patented Photocontrol Failsafe.

Initially designed to solve photocontrol failures on street and area lights, Photocontrol Fail-safe™ is also a maintenance saver for owners of decorative streetlights. “‘Dayburners’ — a term for a streetlight with a failed-on photocontrol and thus energized 24 hours a day — consume added energy, especially if it is on a contactor controlling multiple lights,” says Shattuck. Post lights are also typically located on a busy main street where stopping traffic to perform maintenance is inconvenient. ConnectLED™, Evluma’s proprietary Bluetooth app, saves maintenance crew’s time by being able to wirelessly dim or disconnect OmniMax to augment seasonal lighting, movie nights in the park, or other events. A dim-to-off setting allows lights to be turned off altogether for some portion of the night.

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