The HTA is hanging luminaire with a robust appearance that combines solidity with multifunctionality. The HTA (Hangend Tulp Armatuur) is part of the GAM and MAK family. This is reflected by the luminaire’s styling and its wide applicability. Thanks to the perfect lighting technology used for the HTA, it is an optimally cost-effective lighting solution for village centres. The pendant luminaire is waterproof (IP65) and impact-resistant (IK10).
Inside the built-up area, Residential street
Suspended luminaire, Pendant luminaire
From 800 to 4860
Classical luminaires do justice to the character of their settings and are the perfect accompaniment for a historic town or village centre. The HTA (Hangend Tulp Armatuur) is characterised by a robust appearance that is both solidly imposing and multifunctional. Furthermore, the HTA combines its special appearance with all the advantages of modern technology and LED solutions.
The choice is yours, ranging from CLO (Constant Lumen Output), motion detection and communication between luminaires to integrating an existing management system or preparing for sensors. You can also opt for different luminaire finishes: functional or more stylish.
Lightronics’ luminaires feature CLO (Constant Lumen Output) or five standard dimming modes (1A, 2A, 3A, 4A and 5A), which alter the power and light intensity based on preconfigured time settings.
Lightronics offers full system integration with Controlled Solutions. This includes the use of communication modules from brands such as CityTouch, Luminext, TVilight or Remoticom. Motion detection with local communication by RF is a further possibility. Controlled Solutions projects are tailor-made solutions that involve additional charges for the initial analysis, system configuration and the final acceptance procedure.
The PTK luminaire is surprising and original. This robust tulip-shaped model with classical lines immediately catches the eye. The playful and idiosyncratic design adds welcome variety to your streetscape. The diffuser has an ice motif.
The GAM (Groot Armatuur Margriet) is a visually striking luminaire that comes into its own in characteristic public squares, town centres, shopping centres and residential areas. The word Margriet in the name, Dutch for daisy, refers to the flower shape with the light source in its centre.
The PRUNUS D is a round, hanging luminaire with four different diffusers. The luminaire is widely applicable in public spaces and can also be fitted with a coupling piece for attachment to overhead cables.