Evluma announced the launch of a new LED roadway luminaire, RoadMax. The RoadMax series includes three sizes: small, medium, and large, in a range of wattages designed to replace legacy HID 100W, 250W, and 400W cobraheads. The first model in the series, the RoadMax RX1, with wattages ranging from 30W-70W and an output range of 3,000 to 9,000 lumens, is expected to start shipping at the end of April 2022.
This sleek, low-profile luminaire was designed with RP-8-18 roadway requirements in mind. The unique optical design offers a combination of roadway performance and glare control. “RoadMax is an advancement of Evluma’s reputation for low-glare, visually-pleasing outdoor lighting,” says Taisha Bezzo, National Sales Director. “RoadMax addresses common concerns over disability glare and light trespass from roadway lighting, while maintaining exceptional pole spacing.”
Multiple luminaire configurations for Type II, Type III and Type V, all with zero-uplight (U0), are offered. Additional features such as a field adjustable wattage selector (FAO), light trespass shields, and a choice of photocontrol sockets are available. RoadMax can be customized to include Evluma’s Photocontrol Failsafe, a patented technology that solves photocontrol failures on street and area lights. Compatibility with ConnectLED, Evluma’s Bluetooth app for wireless lighting controls, enables dimming and dimming schedules without the need for a network. Evluma’s 10-year warranty and 20kV/10kA surge protection comes standard with every model. Evluma will be showing the RoadMax at Lightfair Booth #2546, in June, in Las Vegas, NV.