Solar Lighting



    * High Efficiency & very bright
    * 7, 9, 11, 18W
    * Low Energy consumption
    * Optional Switch
    * Enclosure modern, all white ABS
    * Dims (all models): 350x80x50Weight: 0.3Kg

High efficiency Compact Fluorescent Lamps (4 pin). The Sollatek Lumina is available in 7, 9, 11 and18 watt versions in  12V. Certain models can also be available in 24V or 48 volt DC.

The Sollatek Lumina's Low Current 0.5Amps @ 12V and 0.25A @24V and providing a very bright light of up to 1200Lumens (18W). The unit efficiency and high quality electronic design ensures maximum life of the PL Fluorescent lamp (10,000hrs).

• New Construction or Retro-fit
• Adjustable Heads
• 120 - 277 VAC or 347 - 480 VAC
• Remote ballast in channel for ease of
service Single head also available
• CSA (US) Listed “Wet Location”
* Philips Polar Lamp is designed to work
in subzero climates, and provides instant
on light at (-25)F.

Dual – adjustable

PL50 or Polar PL55*

Tenon or arm

5” (127 mm) x 17 » (432 mm) x 33 » (832 mm)

Precision formed, highly polished aluminum reflector designed to
produce optical magnification. 185.105 square inches of reflecting
surface per head.

Tempered glass - Gasketed.

Anodized (.040) aluminum with injection molded cast aluminum
ends and injection molded cast aluminum, adjustable swivels, with
hinged lens frame assembly.

Electrical Specifications
Variable voltage ballast (120 → 277 or 347 → 480 vac)

Main Parameter
901  95W

LED Luminous Efficiency
>100 lm/w

Rated Voltage

Frequency Range

Rated Power

Power Effeniciency

Power Factor(PF)

Lamp Flux
- 7410lm

Color Temperature(CCT)

Color Rendering Index(CRI) Ra

Working Temperature

Light Source Life



Aluminum Alloy & Toughened Glass

Figuration Size
619x410x91 mm


Recent Case Study

Case Study:

Sustainable Solar Irrigation Scheme in Ruti - Gutu

OXFAM ZIMBABWE selects Samansco to Design & Install a Solar Water System for Project Irrigation Scheme in Ruti - Gutu.

Samansco is selected to work jointly with Oxfam International to achieve a sustainable solar irrigation model. The OXFAM Project: “Rural Sustainable Energy Development in Zimbabwe” main objective is to promote the use of micro-hydro and solar energy by rural people around the Ruti irrigation scheme in Zimbabwe and to share information and learning on the implementation of renewable energy technology for socio-economic development in Zimbabwe.

Close to 20,000 people in the Ruti Community are seeing the direct benefits of the project, by having organized 300 irrigation farming households, 2 clinics, 1 school, 10 local entrepreneurs, 5 solar technicians and 1 agribusiness centre.

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