Product Description

Product Description

 

 LED Street Light YASL-09
 

lnstalling Ways:

Both Horizontal and Vertical available and adjustable angle-10°to+10°
 

This series is a high-performance street lighting available in 4 different sizes.

The lunimaire is manufactured from high pressure die-casting aluminum.

It shall have a led efficiency up to 22500 lumens at 130 lm/w and will be capable
of producing luminaire lumens at 4000K finished in Grey or black as standard.

IP66 CE ROHS

Product Description:

Product Code YASL-09-30 YASL-09-50 YASL-09-100 YASL-09-150
Input Wattage 40W 60W 120W 250W
Color Temperature 2700~6500K 2700~6500K 2700~6500K 2700~6500K
Luminous Flux 5200-6000lm 7800-9000lm 15600-18000lm 32500-37500lm
Input Voltage AC90~305V AC90~305V AC90~305V AC90~305V
Frequency Range 50/60Hz 50/60Hz 50/60Hz 50/60Hz
Power Factor PF≥0.95 PF≥0.95 PF≥0.95 PF≥0.95
color rendering index Ra≥70 Ra≥70 Ra≥70 Ra≥70
Temperature of Working Condition -40~50ºC -40~50ºC -40~50ºC -40~50ºC
Humidity of Working Condition 20%~90%RH 20%~90%RH 20%~90%RH 20%~90%RH
LED Lifetime 50000h 50000h 50000h 50000h
Protectin Grade IP66 IP66 IP66 IP66
Protection level IK08/09/10 IK08/09/10 IK08/09/10 IK08/09/10
Installation Pipe Diameter φ45/60mm φ45/60mm φ45/60mm φ60/76mm
Installation Height 3-6m 4-8m 8-12m 10-14m
Net Weight 2.7kgs 4.0kgs 6.5kgs 12.8kgs
Gross Weight 3.0kgs 4.5kgs 7.0kgs 13.2kgs
Packing Size(m m) 560*265*145 700*350*160 700*350*160 910*415*195

 
Photometric
 

DH-T1 DH-T3-M DH-T4-M DY-T3-M GY-T2-M01 GX-T2-M GX-T4-L HX-T2-S
DH-T2-L DH-T3-MA DH-T5-M GY-T1-M GY-T3-M01 GX-T3-M HY-T2-M HX-T2-M
DH-T2-M DH-T3-MB DY-T2-M GY-T2-M GX-T2-S GX-T4-M HY-T3-M HX-T3-M

Product Size
 

Product Code YASL-09-30 YASL-09-50 YASL-09-100 YASL-09-150
L(mm) 455 530 622 846
W(mm) 180 230 292 367
H(mm) 108 115 126 141

 
Streetlight  Requirements – 5 Years Warranty Product

S.No Requirement Requirement Test Standard
Physical requirements
1 Housing type Heavy-duty rugged pressure die-cast aluminium alloy ISO 3522
2 Cover Tempered Glass  
3 Gasket Silicon Rubber gasket  
4 Housing wattage range 30W 40W 50W 60W 80W 100W 150W 200W 220W 240W  
5 Socket Options NEMA socket, Photocell, Smart controller, Shorting Cap  
6 Stainless-steel components Minimum 316L Grade 316L  
7 IP Protection IP66 IEC 60529
8 IK Protection IK08 IEC 62262
9 Tool free opening Tool-free access to gear compartment  
10 Corrosion tests in artificial atmospheres – Salt spray tests EN/ISO 9227 – Corrosion tests in artificial atmospheres – Salt spray tests for 1000 hours EN/ISO 9227
11 Vibration test ANSI C136.31 – Roadway and Area Lighting Equipment – Luminaire Vibration ANSI C136.31
LED and Optics
1 LED Make Osram/CREE  
2 LED Type >2W High power LED with ceramic base (3V – Single chip die) >2w  
3 LED driving current <750mA  
4 LED life >100,000 hours @L95 LM80 and TM21
5 Optics Material UV PC  
6 Lighting distributions Type I, II, III, IV  
Thermal Requirements
1 Product ambient temperature range -40°C to 55°C  
2 Product Storage temperature range up to 85°C  
3 LED Case temperature (Tc) <75°C @50°C ambient temperature UL1598
4 Driver Case temperature range <85°C @50°C ambient temperature UL1598
Performance
1 Input Voltage Range 110V 120V 220V 270 305VAC – 50/60Hz IEC 6571-2-3
2 Power Factor >0.90 IEC 6571-2-3
3 THD <20% IEC 6571-2-3
4 Surge Protection 10KV  
5 Dimming 1-10V or 1-10V+HangZhou  
6 Appliance class Class I or Class II IEC 6571-2-3
7 CCT 3000K/4000K/5700K ANSI C78.377A
8 CRI >70Ra ANSI C78.377A
9 MacAdam <3 Step Binning ANSI C78.377A
10 Product life >100,000 hours @L80 TM28
11 Lumen efficacy As per LM-79 ≥ 160lm/W (25°C ambient temperature) LM-79
12 Lumen efficacy As per LM-82 Not more than 5% difference form LM79 result LM-82
13 LED module connector and wire joint connectors UL approved IEC 6571-2-3
14 Electrical wires between Driver and LED modules and NEMA socket and driver Must be UL approved IEC 6571-2-3

 

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Company Profile

Die-Casting man was established in 1996 which is 1 of the lighting manufacturers with design & development, production & testing.
We continue to offer a superior range of production and service including street light, high bay and die casting OEM products. 
We can offer a full service or simple SKD supply only.

We understand that lighting technology has to be practical, affordable and reliable. So we always design and develop products
with our customers needs in mind. We have a team of lighting designers to design, develop and manufacture our own luminaries.
Also we fully understand high quality is another important element for long term business development. We keep it in mind that 
products need to meet all EU requirements when we start design process. Our products are tested in credible, recognized laboratories 
and throughout product development process they go through rigorous performance testing too.

We are a company never stand still on products and service.

FAQ

1 what are your MOQ requirements 1-5 pieces for samples. 100MOQ for mass production. For your first order we can accept small quantity.
2 what about the LED Chips? We can use the led chip that you required.
3 What about the LED driver? We use any brand that you required.
4 What is your main product ? Die-casting Man supply design, tooling, die-casting injection,
machinning, painting, assembling and testing service for street light
and OEM die casting products.
5 Guarantee of your product? We offer 5 year guarantee for our customer. 50000 hours and 5 year guanrantee
6 Doea your fixture pass New EPR and Harmonics Yes we are
7 Surge Protect atleast 4kV for L-N and 6kV N/L-PE depends on which brand of drvier that you use.
8 Are you able to sell empty house Yes we sell empty house
9 Do you have a body with easy plug and play module and driver installation Yes, I suggest out type YASL-20 to you. Please see attached catalog page.
10 Can I put logo on the house? Yes you can. We have 2 options. First option screen printing your logo on the house, no MOQ required. Second die casting logo on  the house, MOQ 1000 pieces each item. There will be additional cost for both screen printing and die casting logo.
11 If I have some defective goods, what will you do? If occasionally defective goods, we will send you free replacement with your next order. If defective rate >1%, We will send you free replacement components like driver, SPD, PCB with leds. We will not cover the freight and maintaining cost in your country.
12 what services can you provide? Accepted Delivery Terms: FOB,CIF,EXW;
Accepted Payment Currency:USD,EUR,GBP,CNY;
Accepted Payment Type: T/T,L/C,D/P D/A,PayPal;
Language Spoken:English,Chinese,Japanese
13 how can we guarantee quality? Always a pre-production sample before mass production;
Always final Inspection before shipment;

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Light Source: LED Light
Color Temperature(CCT): Cool White
Lamp Body Material: Aluminum
Lamp Power: 120W
Power Supply: AC
Average Life: 50000h
Samples:
US$ 50/Piece
1 Piece(Min.Order)

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Customization:
Available

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cast aluminium

Can cast aluminium be welded, and if so, what techniques are used?

Yes, cast aluminium can be welded, but it requires specific techniques and considerations due to the unique characteristics of the material. Here’s a detailed explanation:

Cast aluminium is a commonly used material in various industries due to its lightweight, high strength-to-weight ratio, and good corrosion resistance. Welding cast aluminium can be challenging because it has different properties compared to wrought aluminium, primarily due to its microstructure and the presence of impurities and inclusions.

When welding cast aluminium, several important factors should be considered:

  • Preparation and Cleaning:
  • Prior to welding, thorough cleaning of the cast aluminium surfaces is crucial. Any contaminants, such as oils, dirt, or oxide layers, should be removed to ensure proper fusion and minimize the risk of defects in the weld.

  • Preheating:
  • Preheating the cast aluminium part can help reduce the thermal stresses and minimize the potential for cracking during welding. The preheating temperature and duration depend on factors such as the alloy type, part thickness, and welding method.

  • Welding Techniques:
  • Various welding techniques can be used for cast aluminium, including:

    • Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) Welding: TIG welding is commonly used for welding cast aluminium. It involves the use of a non-consumable tungsten electrode to create an electric arc, and a shielding gas (typically argon) protects the weld area from atmospheric contamination. TIG welding allows precise control of the heat input and produces high-quality welds.
    • Metal Inert Gas (MIG) Welding: MIG welding, also known as Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), can be used for cast aluminium. It utilizes a consumable electrode wire and an inert gas shield to protect the weld pool. MIG welding is faster than TIG welding but may require more expertise to achieve good results with cast aluminium.
    • Fusion Welding: In some cases, fusion welding techniques like oxyfuel gas welding or plasma arc welding may be suitable for specific cast aluminium applications. These processes involve the localized melting of the base metal to create the weld joint.
  • Filler Material:
  • The choice of filler material for welding cast aluminium is crucial. Generally, an aluminium-silicon alloy filler wire, such as 4043 or 5356, is used. These alloys have a similar composition to most cast aluminium grades and provide good fusion and mechanical properties.

  • Post-Weld Heat Treatment:
  • After welding, post-weld heat treatment (PWHT) may be necessary to relieve residual stresses and improve the mechanical properties of the weld. The specific PWHT requirements depend on factors such as the alloy composition, part thickness, and application.

  • Weld Quality and Testing:
  • Proper inspection and testing of the welds are essential to ensure their quality and integrity. Non-destructive testing methods, such as visual inspection, dye penetrant testing, or radiographic examination, can be employed to detect any weld defects or discontinuities.

It is important to note that welding cast aluminium can be more challenging compared to welding wrought aluminium due to the potential for casting defects, such as porosity or inclusions, which can affect the weld integrity. Therefore, it is advisable to work with experienced welders who have expertise in welding cast aluminium and understand the specific challenges associated with the material.

In summary, cast aluminium can be welded using techniques such as TIG welding, MIG welding, or fusion welding, provided proper preparation, cleaning, preheating, filler material selection, and post-weld heat treatment are considered. By following appropriate welding procedures and conducting thorough quality inspections, reliable and structurally sound welds can be achieved in cast aluminium parts.

cast aluminium

What are the tolerances and accuracies achievable with cast aluminium parts?

The achievable tolerances and accuracies of cast aluminium parts can vary depending on various factors, including the casting process, part design, size, complexity, and the specific requirements of the application. Here’s a detailed explanation:

Cast aluminium parts are manufactured through the casting process, which involves pouring molten aluminium into a mold and allowing it to solidify. This process can introduce certain limitations in terms of dimensional accuracy and tolerances compared to other manufacturing methods like machining. However, advancements in casting techniques and process controls have significantly improved the precision and quality of cast aluminium parts.

The achievable tolerances and accuracies of cast aluminium parts typically fall within a range based on industry standards and practical considerations. Here are some key factors to consider:

  • Casting Method:
  • The casting method employed can impact the achievable tolerances. Processes like sand casting, investment casting, and die casting can have different inherent limitations and capabilities in terms of dimensional accuracy. For example, die casting generally offers higher precision and tighter tolerances compared to sand casting.

  • Part Design and Complexity:
  • The complexity of the part geometry and design features can affect the achievable tolerances. Parts with intricate details, thin walls, undercuts, or internal cavities may pose challenges in maintaining tight tolerances. Simplifying the design or incorporating additional post-casting machining operations can help achieve tighter tolerances.

  • Size and Dimensions:
  • The size and dimensions of the cast aluminium part can influence the achievable tolerances. Larger parts may have slightly looser tolerances due to the potential for thermal expansion and contraction during the solidification process. Smaller parts generally have higher precision and tighter tolerances.

  • Surface Finish and Machining:
  • Depending on the application requirements, cast aluminium parts may undergo post-casting machining operations to achieve tighter tolerances and improve surface finish. Machining processes like milling, turning, and grinding can refine the dimensions and tolerances to meet specific accuracy requirements.

  • Industry Standards and Specifications:
  • Various industries have established standards and specifications that define the acceptable tolerances for different types of cast aluminium parts. These standards provide guidelines and reference values for dimensional accuracy based on the intended application and functional requirements.

It is important to note that the achievable tolerances and accuracies with cast aluminium parts may vary from one manufacturer to another or even within different production runs. Close collaboration between the design engineers, casting experts, and manufacturers is crucial to ensure that the desired tolerances can be achieved while considering the practical limitations and cost-effectiveness.

Overall, while cast aluminium parts may not offer the same level of precision as fully machined parts, they can still meet a wide range of dimensional requirements and functional needs. The selection of appropriate casting methods, design considerations, and post-casting processes can help achieve the desired tolerances and accuracies for cast aluminium parts in most applications.

cast aluminium

How is cast aluminium made, and what are the steps in the casting process?

The process of manufacturing cast aluminium involves several steps. Here’s a detailed explanation:

  1. Pattern Creation:
  2. The casting process begins with the creation of a pattern, which is a replica of the desired final product. The pattern can be made from various materials such as wood, metal, or plastic. It represents the shape and dimensions of the finished cast aluminium product.

  3. Mold Preparation:
  4. A mold is created by placing the pattern into a container and surrounding it with a molding material. The molding material can be sand, plaster, ceramic, or a mixture of these materials. The mold is designed to have a cavity that corresponds to the shape of the pattern.

  5. Mold Assembly:
  6. If the casting process requires multiple parts or complex shapes, the mold may consist of several pieces that are assembled together. This ensures that the final mold can be easily removed from the cast aluminium product.

  7. Melting and Pouring:
  8. The next step is to melt the aluminium. This is typically done in a furnace where aluminium scraps or ingots are heated to their melting point, which is around 660°C (1220°F). Once the aluminium is molten, it is poured into the prepared mold through a gating system, which includes channels and sprues.

  9. Solidification:
  10. As the molten aluminium is poured into the mold, it begins to cool and solidify. The cooling rate and time required for solidification depend on the size and complexity of the cast aluminium product. During this stage, the aluminium undergoes a phase change from liquid to solid, taking the shape of the mold cavity.

  11. Shakeout and Cleaning:
  12. After the cast aluminium has solidified and cooled, the mold is removed, typically by shaking or vibrating the mold. The solidified casting, often referred to as a “green casting,” is then separated from the mold material. The casting is inspected for any defects or imperfections, and excess material, such as risers or gating systems, is removed.

  13. Heat Treatment (Optional):
  14. In some cases, cast aluminium products may undergo heat treatment processes to improve their mechanical properties. Heat treatment can involve processes such as annealing, quenching, or tempering, depending on the desired properties and application requirements.

  15. Finishing Operations:
  16. The final step involves finishing operations to achieve the desired surface finish and dimensional accuracy. This may include machining, grinding, sanding, polishing, or applying coatings or finishes to the cast aluminium product. These processes ensure that the product meets the required specifications and quality standards.

The casting process can vary depending on the specific casting method used, such as sand casting, die casting, or investment casting. Each method has its own variations and requirements, but the overall steps mentioned above provide a general overview of how cast aluminium products are made.

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