DL® 30 LED
asymmetric wide distribution (ST1.2a) asymmetric extremely wide distribution (P1.0a), for narrow roads and paths symmetric wide distribution (PL1.2s) asymmetric wide distribution (ST1.2c), for crossing areas
design mast for DL® 30

Maximum performance with attractive conditions. Typical of the DL® 30 LED family. The decorative post-top luminaires consistently exploit the advantages of LED technology. The result: a uniform and consistent solution for designing residential streets, plazas, shopping boulevards and green areas. The luminaires feature three reflector geometries and two light colours in a single, pioneering construction design.
A pioneering design and pioneering technology: The optics of the DL® 30 LED are based on the 3-zone faceted reflector technology of the Streetlight 10 LED range. This means a maximum in terms of efficiency together with good quality of light and visual comfort. A focus was placed on simple handling and rapid mounting. The luminaire with a maximum weight of 8 kg is very simply installed and maintained: the luminaire is opened without use of tools, meaning that the gear tray (with ECG) can be replaced on the mast.
The DL® 30 LED is vandal-resistant thanks to its optical enclosure of PMMA. Thanks to its quality of materials and construction it features IK08 impact resistance, and also remains permanently clear for optimum light transmission.

Special features
  • high quality LED technology in modern luminaire design
  • very high light quality and good optical guide for more life quality in the city
  • four light distribution characteristics and two light colours for diverse applications with only one luminaire design
  • extremely long useful life of up to 100,000 operating hours (L90/B10)
  • vandal protection thanks to robust construction and high material quality of the photometric enclosure constructed of impact-resistant PMMA (IK08). Permanently clear and translucent
  • highly simple mounting and low-maintenance luminaire concept, with tool-free opening for removing the gear tray

According to version, the luminaires are equipped with differing functionality ranges for light management and monitoring:
All versions with temperature monitoring for protection of LEDs from thermal overload
Basic performance package:
Luminous flux reduction via 230V control voltage | no luminous flux constancy
Plus performance package with electronic type plate:
Luminous flux constancy over complete service life, optimised, integrative ambient- and operation-dependent constant luminous flux control (CLO 2.0) | Dimming without an external control signal: integrated, factory pre-set and programmable timer for luminous flux reduction in two steps (time value and dimming value for max. operation and both reduction levels is set via the Siteco® Service Box on the mounted or unmounted luminaire) | on request: can be integrated via SDI into existing digital control systems and controlled from a central control point | alternative luminous flux reduction via 230V control voltage
Premium performance package with electronic type plate:
PowerLine-ready with integrated SLC luminaire controller for integration into intelligent, networked light management and monitoring systems (data transmission via standardised LON protocol without supplementary control wires) | further functional range like Plus version

Electronic type plate: special component of Plus and Premium performance packages, saving type information, system-specific configuration and operating/performance data. Automatically configures newly installed LED units or ECGs

Lighting technology

Diverse optic system consists of precisely matched combination of high-performance LED arrays and extremely precise 3-zone faceted reflectors.
The high luminance of the LEDs is dispersed and converted by the system to softly distributed light for highly uniform, standard-compliant illumination with flowing contrast transitions and significantly reduced glare.
A low, precisely defined stray light component on the mast mounting element gives the luminaire a discreet nocturnal effect, while aiding orientation and good perception of the road section and without distracting or causing glare.
The optical system enables precisely modified light distribution characteristics for typical applications


Cover opened without tools | LED module and all electric components as removable unit
Basic performance package: LED module with 3-pole connection terminal, max. 2.5mm² (2-pole for mains supply + 1-pole for 230V control voltage for power reduction) | control signal: USt= 230V --> 100% luminous flux; USt= 0V --> approx. 50% luminous flux
Plus performance package: LED module with 5-pole connection terminal, max. 2.5mm² (2-pole for mains supply + 1-pole for 230V control voltage for power reduction + 2-pole for Siteco® Digital Interface (SDI))
Premium performance package: LED module with 2-pole connection terminal, max. 2.5mm² (control and monitoring of the luminaire from a central control point without supplementary control wires; data transmission according to standardised LON protocol)
Connection for potential equalisation as optional accessory. Required to avoid electrostatic charges when installing to non-conductive masts (wood, concrete, plastic etc.)


Luminaire housing and mast mountings of diecast aluminium | with high quality weather-resistant coating in Siteco® metallic grey (DB 702S) | optical cover of PMMA with high impact-resistance (IK08) | protection rating: IP66 | insulation class: II

Application areas
  • service roads, pedestrian or cycle paths, parks:

Asymmetric extremely wide light distribution (P1.0a)

  • ancillary roads and service roads, residential areas:

Asymmetric wide light distribution (ST1.2a)

  • crossing areas with mast location in the apex of the crossing:

Asymmetric wide light distribution for crossing areas (ST1.2c)

  • urban areas and squares, pedestrian zones and shopping streets

Symmetric wide light distribution (PL1.2s)

  • possible luminaire spacing up to 38m

Rapid advances in LED technology lead to permanent improvements in energy efficiency. This has the consequence that the luminous flux or power consumption may change accordingly. The current values can be found in the photometric report of each product and in the current download files of the lighting planning data.