Luminis Introduces Bellevue Family of Multi-Tasking Rectilinear Exterior Lighting

Luminis Exterior Lighting

Sept 2, 2020

Luminis released its Bellevue family of luminaires. Bellevue is an exterior space and landscape lighting multitasker.

A versatile family of luminaires with a single, modern rectilinear design, Bellevue has been designed for projects requiring any combination of directional lighting, glare control in high traffic pedestrian areas, and street lighting.

Bellevue’s design features a 6” x 6” column size, with a range of column heights from 10 to 20 feet. Standard mounts include single mount, twin mount at 90° or 180°, a triple mount at 90°, and quadruple mount. Custom mounting configurations are also available.

While all Bellevue luminaires offer high optical performance, specifiers can choose between three unique optic types to address targeted lighting needs. The BVS series, for direct illumination, features a unique integral tilting mechanism and adjustable rotation for maximum flexibility and precise directional aiming. The advanced optical system in the BVA series creates a uniformly illuminated surface for powerful area and street lighting. And the glare-free ambient illumination in the BVG series is intended for pedestrian areas where visual comfort is required.

Lighting designers have the option to configure a unique lighting centerpiece with a custom design by selecting up to four arms per pole installed at varying heights. These configurations can also help tackle multiple lighting tasks on one pole by selecting optics, arm position, and pole height.

“With the possibility of three optics, Bellevue truly offers the triple play for exterior space and landscape projects,” said Francois Renaud, Luminis vice president general manager. “Lighting designers can create a strong, consistent design statement while offering all the functionality the space dictates.”

All luminaires in the Bellevue family feature a 7-pin receptacle, easy driver access, motion sensor, and GFI and CGF options.

Bellevue is intended for street and area lighting, including parks and buildings, public squares, pedestrian pathways, alleys, parking lots, dealerships, shopping centers, and school campuses.

Feature summary – all models:

• Sleek design with minimal visible hardware

• 6” x 6” column size

• Column heights up to 20’

• Single mount, twin mount installed at 180°, twin mount at 90°, triple mount at 90° or quadruple mount

• Custom mounting configurations available

• Arm mount at 15° tilt option available

• 7-pin receptacle option

• Motion sensor option

• GFI and CGF options

• Easy driver access

• Life beyond 60,000 hrs

• Rated IP65​

• 5-year warranty

Optics summary – BVA Series (area/street/roadway lighting):

• Up to 14,400 delivered lumens per head

• Available in Type II, III, IV, and V

• 2700K, 3000K, 3500K, 4000K and amber CCT options

• 80CRI available for certain CCTs

Optics summary – BVG Series (pedestrian lighting):

• Up to 6,000 delivered lumens per head

• Micro baffle optics

• Glare-free ambient lighting

• Compact optical system to carefully control & channel the light source

• High cut-off offering visual comfort

• 22° narrow optic or 55° flood optic

• 2700K, 3000K, 3500K and 4000K CCT options

• 80CRI

Optics summary – BVS Series (directional lighting):

• Up to 8,600 delivered lumens per head

• 2700K, 3000K, 3500K, 4000K and amber CCT options

• 9°, 15°, 30° or 52° beam options

• Hexcell, solite and linear spread lens options

• Integral 30° tilting and 358° rotation mechanism

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