SecuraLux lighting provides clean, white, bright lighting where ever it is needed, instantly. Built and designed for NZ conditions and exclusively distributed by Viewtech Ltd.
Easily deployable and fully self-contained SecuraLux Solar lighting is fit for purpose and well engineered. Capable of up to 12,000 Lumens you can now rapidly deploy bright lighting to where ever it is needed, or choose it as an economical, clean and green solution for fixed lighting applications. Battery capacity carries enough storage for up to 10 days of cloudy day performance.
Robust Construction & Fit for Purpose
The SecuraLux SLX72 is well constructed and built to last. Powder coated aluminum parts provide a long lasting high quality external finish and all hardware is 316 stainless steel. High quality OSRAM led modules are used and the whole unit is IP65 rated.
The SecuraLux SLX72 is well equipped with an auto wiper. Activated once a day this wiper will clean the panel from dust and debris and ensure that maximum performance is achieved.
Actilux with 3 Modes
Actilux uses a combination of light sensors and PIR sensors to completely automate your SecruaLux light. The light sensors will make sure your light only comes on at dusk and turns off again at dawn. The PIR sensors allow you to activate higher lux levels when motion is detected. This is perfect for saving energy as well as giving users a higher sense of security.
Actlux modes on SLX72 are as follows (activated by a simple button press before installing)
0% Light and 100% Light on motion detection
30% Light from Dusk and 100% Light on Motion Detection
50% Light from Dusk and 100% Light on Motion Detection
Modes are selected by a simple button press before installation. Fault conditions are also displayed via the LED indicators, as well as battery level.
Cloudy Day Ratings
SLX72 carries up to 10 days of power storage to keep your light running in even the cloudiest periods.
Note: Cloudy Day Performance will be affected by the amount of brightness used, time of year and correct orientation of the light to optimize energy gathering.