A Recent extension of car parking at Hollins Park Hospital, Warrington used VeeLites low profile LED street light luminaires. The LED Street & Car park lights as shown above are offered with various wattages offered from 15w to 140w provide high light levels with good uniformity, low glare and high efficiency. VeeLite provide a free design service to determine how many luminaires are needed and their location.
The high quality white light colour emitted has significant advantages over traditional HPS street lighting as it enables clear ‘daylight type’ recognition of colours which helps to identify Pedestrians, objects, etc. LED lighting also minimises maintenance and relamping with its expected life of 60,000 hours average (or typically 16 years). This is double the life time of HPS and 3 or 4 times the lifetime of Metal Halide.
As an option, LED Street lighting can also be controlled by Occupancy Sensor to provide significant energy saving and switching off when it is not required. Frequent switching is not a problem with LED lighting but is not possible with traditional HPS or Metal Halide lighting. The LED Street lights can be equipped with a management system so they can be monitored and controlled remotely, usually from a computer in head office.
VeeLite’s illuminated LED Bollards are supplied in 15w version as standard. With optional Sensor control, they usually operate at 1.5w, providing significant energy savings as well as almost maintenance free lighting.
VeeLite also supplies LED Car park Luminaires, LED Ground lights and LED Floodlights.
Photo above shows another Hospital with the same type of LED Streetlight as used at Hollins Park Hospital.
To get a detailed Proposal for your LED Street & Carpark Lighting project:
Please send enquiry by email and drawings if relevant. There is no charge or obligation for suitable Projects.
We will calculate the number of LED Street & Carpark Lights required and advise light levels. We will advise where they should be located and the cost of the Equipment. Other lighting may need to be added for landscaped areas or to add decorative architectural effect.
Location: Warrington, Cheshire, North West England.