OSRAM HQL LED lamps offer an innovative, economic alternative as a direct and simple replacement for mercury vapor lamps. We recommend OSRAM HQL LED for parking facilities, side streets and parks. Models with warm-white light (2700 K) are ideal for replacement of conventional NAV lamps, providing very pleasant lighting.
Rated wattage 30 W Nominal wattage 30 W Nominal voltage 220 - 240 V Max. lamp no. on circuit break. 10 A (B) 42 Max. lamp no. on circuit break. B10 A - CCG without compensation 42 Max. lamp no. on circuit break. B16 A - CCG without compensation 68 Max. lamp no. on circuit break. 16 A (B) 68 Operating frequency 50 - 60 Hz Inrush current 3.60 A Power factor λ 0.90 Nominal luminous flux 4000 lm Rated luminous flux 4000 lm Lumen main.fact.at end of nom.life time 0.70 Light color (designation) Cool White Color temperature 4000 K Luminous flux 4000 lm Color rendering index Ra≥80 Standard deviation of color matching ≤6 sdcm Rated color temperature 4000 K Color rendering index Ra≥80 Warm-up time (60%) < 0.5s Beam angle 360° Starting time < 0.5s Overall length 170 mm Diameter 75 mm Length 170 mm Ambient temperature range –20…+60 °C Maximum temperature at tc test point 92 °C Nominal lamp life time 50000 h Rated lamp life time 50000 h Number of switching cycles 100000 Lumen maintenance at end of service life 0.70 Base (standard designation) E27 Mercury content 0 mg Mercury-free Yes Design / version clear Show WEEE picto Yes Dimmable No Photobiological safety group EN62778 RG1 Energy efficiency class A++ Energy consumption 30 kWh/1000 h
Benefits • Saves up to 78% energy when used as replacement for mercury vapor lamps (HQL) • Low maintenance costs thanks to long lifetime • Instant 100% light, no warm-up time
Features • Replacement for HQL: Suitable for operation with conventional control gear (CCG) for HQL or 230 V mains • Replacement for other HID: Suitable for operation with line voltage without control gear • Power factor: 0.9 • Type of protection: IP65 • High surge protection: up to 4 kV (L-N)
Applications • Streets • Area lighting • Pedestrian zones • Parks • Outdoor applications only in suitable luminaires