The owner of a building is responsible for ensuring that its address number can be seen from the street. A house number plate or number light shows the number of the house or building within the municipal address system. The number must be illuminated or situated in a well-lit place, for example in the light of a street lamp. This is so that emergency vehicles, for example, can find the right address when needed without delay.
If the distance of a building from the road is more than 40 metres, the plate must be positioned at the end of the road. In urban areas where plots of land are small, the number light can usually be put on the wall of the house. The clearest method, and also the easiest in terms of safety, is to put an illuminated number light on the street side of the house. In small properties, apartments and terraced houses, the natural place for the number light is at the entrance to the dwelling, as long as it can also be seen from the street.
Airam’s selection contains two models of luminaire with a fixed LED light source, Vino and Dal. The Dal luminaire operates on a fixed LED light source. It is the Dal wall luminaire suitable as general outdoor or number light. It includes black letter and number stickers (A-J/0-9).
The new Reine model for 2018 is the IP44-class luminaire with a PECU switch, which can also be used as a number light. The aluminium body of the luminaire is UV-protected, which prevents the colour from fading. The luminaire is equipped with a fixed 11W LED module and a PECU switch sensor which is adjustable < 5-50 LUX. It includes black letter and number stickers (A-J/0-9).
The Vino luminaire is made with both a fixed 9W LED light source and as an E27-compatible model so that you yourself can choose a suitable E27 LED bulb for it. Included are black letter and number stickers to identify your house. The steel-bodied Haaga number light is also sold with an E27 lampholder without a bulb.