The Bali street lamp has a more neutral, abstract shape, resulting from the combination of a column and a lamp holder with the same prismatic cross section of 200 x 100 mm. It has a single, double and symmetrical step configuration, with a maximum height of 8 metres. It may be fitted with LED technology and alternatively, with a discharge lamp.
In its original discharge lamp configuration, the Bali street lamp was used within the context of a project sponsored by the council of Vilanova i la Geltrú to light up the Rambla Principal at the point where it intersects with the Sea Promenade. Later Bali was installed in Paseo de Sant Joan, Barcelona, with LED technology based on a project by the architect Lola Domènech.
The system for anchoring the lamp holder to the column means it can be installed at different heights of between 4 and 8 metres, and in combinations of single or double lamp holders, to achieve an improved light distribution, with powers of 25 W, 50 W, 75 W and 100 W in LED technology, or alternatively, with a discharge lamp and powers of 45 W, 60 W, 90 W and 140 W.
In the LED technology mode, the lower plane allows for the installation of between one and four LED modules, with a free combination of PCB and optical light ballasts.
The prismatic column with a cross section of 200 x 100 mm is made from painted, galvanised steel. The lamp holder is made from painted extruded aluminium and has the same cross section as the column. It is installed fastened to the column through previously-drilled holes and anchored with invisible screws. Must be unloaded and handled with slings. Anchored with a base plate and four threaded bolts to a concrete foundation with the recommended generic dimensions.