TX150 & TX300
LED SOLAR LIGHTING SYSTEM
An elegant 3RD generation solar light using PHILIPS LUXEON® TX LEDs. Offering more power, more autonomy and more flexibility, the TX series is ideal for large area lighting as well as busy areas (security lighting, parking lots and public areas).
Designed to be durable and efficient, the TX Series consist of solar lights that are easy to install and provide quality lighting.
FEATURES & BENEFITS
- Solar powered outdoor lighting;
- Pre-assembled design for fast installation;
- Automatic activation at sunset and/or before sunrise;
- No power cables needed;
- 3 days autonomy without sunlight;
- >100 000 hours Philips maintenance free LED operation (L70);
- Flexible programming according to your needs;
- Wireless communication;
- Access door for easy battery replacement;
- Powder coated aluminium housing;
- Quick, easy and safe installation.
Key Advantages of our Solar Lighting Systems
Without costly trenching, wiring and electrical connections, you can now easily add solar lighting to cycling paths, public parks, parking lots, pathways and remote areas.
We can configure your TX solar lighting system to meet your specific project location and according to your particular lighting requirements.
The TX Series does not require any training or special skills.
Open spaces are essential to communities and well-lit parks and pathways helps these public areas feel safer and more inviting. Solar light is the easiest solution to light up outdoor spaces whether for residents to take an early-morning jog, walk home, or visit the playground after dinner.
Offering your parking lot users a greater sense of safety after dusk with sufficient lighting is essential to increase operating hours and boost your curb appeal. With solar lighting, it's easy to add light where none existed before without expensive trenching or disrupting your existing landscape.
Our solar lights are also being used to provide security lighting that isn't tied to the grid when grid outages aren't an option or in remote locations far from existing power lines. These circumstances make a great business case for solar lighting.