StaRay LED Street Lights
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StaRay LED street light is an integrated light that uses light emitting diodes (LED) as its light source.

StaRay LED Street lights has significant features like eco friendly, energy saver, long life, less maintenance and weather proof console makes it right choice for
outdoor lighting for the better future.

Product Specification
Model No : Polaris Plus
Code : SR SL 50
Wattage : 50
LED : Projector LED (with lens)
Product Specification
Model No : Polaris XL
Code : SR SL 100
Wattage : 105
LED : Projector LED (with lens)
Product Specification
Model No : Vega
Code : SR SL 30
Wattage : 30
LED : Multi LED
Product Specification
Model No : Vega Plus
Code : SR SL 30 L
Wattage : 30
LED : Projector LED (with lens)
More Common Specification
HSN : 9405
Wattage : 105
Color temp : 6500K
CRI : Min 80
PF : More than 0.95
Driver : BIS
Weather Proof : Yes
Housing : Aluminium Die Cast
Warranty : 2 Year
Repairable : Yes

*Saving upto 60%, Life upto 10 years,*Repairable


  • Low energy consumption: The much lower energy usage of LED lighting can dramatically reduce operating costs.
  • Long and predictable lifetime: The lifetime of LED street lights is usually 10 to 15 years, three times the life of current technologies adopted. The much less frequent need to service or replace LEDs means lower maintenance cost.
  • Quick turn on and off: Unlike fluorescent lamps, which take time to heat up once switched on, LEDs come on with full brightness instantly. Unlike mercury vapor, metal halide and sodium vapor lamps (commonly used in street lighting), LEDs do not have a problem restarting immediately (hot ignition) following a brief power failure or inadvertent turn off.
  • RoHS compliance: LEDs don’t contain mercury or lead, and don’t release poisonous gases if damaged.
  • Less attractive to nocturnal insects: Nocturnal insects are attracted to ultraviolet, blue and green light emitted by conventional light sources.
  • Fewer electrical losses: All other types of lighting (except incandescent) require ballasts, additional electronic and/or electromagnetic components, in which some power is consumed.
  • Reduced glare: Directing the light downward onto the roadway reduces the amount of light that is directed into driver’s eyes.
  • Higher light output even at low temperatures: While fluorescent lights are comparably energy efficient, on average they tend to have lesser light output at winter temperatures.