Energy efficiency meets functionality

Clear and
expressive

With good lighting, even for everyday outdoor situations, cities and municipalities are sending a clear signal of appreciation to their citizens. And that is, in addition to all functional aspects, a crucial factor of well-being.

2 luminaire sizes

Tessia 550 / Tessia 650

Tessia family

The post-top luminaire Tessia offers both high-quality and economical solutions for lighting small and large streets. Tessia can be flexibly adapted to various situations in the urban space as an attachment or post-top luminaire.

Optical system

The free-form lens optics of the Tessia guarantee high visual comfort and precise light control.

Assembly

Zhaga-compliant LED modules with different components and performance make it possible to optimally match luminous flux and lifetime to the respective application.

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Versatile variants for maximum quality

 

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Light distributions

With eight efficient, practical light distributions, Tessia can be flexibly adapted to different situations in urban areas

Save energy and costs with professional control

Tessia luminaires can be switched and dimmed via a DALI interface. Through the use of intelligent controls, the light is controlled according to need and individually.

Three light colors

2700 K, CRI > 80

3000 K, CRI > 70

4000 K, CRI > 70

Individual connection

  • including post-top flange for mast spigot ⌀ 60 mm and ⌀ 76 mm
    or mast attachment flange for mast spigot ⌀ 60 mm
  • Mast flange adjustable from -15 ° to 0 ° in 5 ° increments

Optional tool-less
component
exchange

After releasing the captive screws, the safety glass folds down and is made of special, flexible connections
Hostaphan® held.

LED board and electronic block can be removed quickly and easily independently.

Technical information

 

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Selux quality

State-of-the-art and long-life materials

Service and warranty

Every luminaire that leaves our company is examined with regard to light colour, luminous flux and power. The data is stored to enable light components to be supplied at a later date that have the same technical parameters as the initial equipment.