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Schréder Lighting USA Unveils the Newest Way To Go Green with the ISLA

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The outdoor lighting saves energy and promises a lifetime protection.

| November 23, 2009

CHICAGO--Designed by Michel Tortel, Schréder's HID-equipped ISLA family delivers outdoor lighting with progressive style, simplicity, energy efficiency and high performance. The ISLA was designed to complement a variety of urban environments including: college/university campuses, shopping centers, municipalities, park trails and pathways.

Schréder Lighting USA has combined the ISLA’s decorative, high performace fixture with the Philips Cosmoplis lamp and ballast system to create the newest option for going green. This metal halide technology saves energy by delivering up to 118 lumens per watt, 30,000 hours in lamp rated life, 80,000 hour electronic ballast rated life, white light source at 2800k, 70 CRI (Color Rendering Index) and it's TCLP Compliant.

The ISLA’s dark sky friendly distribution is achieved with a high performance reflector and tempered flat glass lens for Type-2 applications. ISLA features a hermetically sealed optical module using the world-famous Sealsafe System, with an IP66 rating to ensure lifetime protection without ingress of dirt or moisture. The ISLA is built in and shipped from Schreder’s newest State-of-the-art manufacturing plant in Addison, Ill.

A variety of highly durable finishes are available: Textured Black, Textured Gray, Textured White, Textured Bronze, Smooth Aluminum, and standard RAL colors, plus custom color matching. All finishes are UV- and salt spray-resistant and humidity proofed, in accordance with industry standards.

A broad range of poles are available for slipover mounting. ISLA is wet location listed per UL 1598 and pending certification by the International Dark Sky Association.

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