Concourse Lighting

Concourse Lighting

As most standard High Bay lighting is inefficient,  it provides an excellent option to either increase light levels significantly or alternatively keep the same light level but save significantly on energy costs and achieve a quick payback.

Westland Row DART  (Dublin Area Rapid Transport)  station is one of the largest and busiest train stations in Dublin.  In this case, the operator opted to increase light levels significantly.  The existing Concourse lighting was an inefficient High Bay scheme.  These were removed and new high performance Industrial HighBays were installed.  No new wiring was required.

These WideBay Luminaires provide a higher level of vertical illumination in comparison with most Luminaires, typically 2 or 3 times greater.  This is ideal for Concourse lighting.  This benefit provides  greater comfort and safety to users, as the visibility of the sides of the Train including the Doors are greatly enhanced.

Average re-lamping is at 20,000 hours and these 400w lamps provide almost 50,000 lumens output, so the scheme is highly efficient and also maintenance friendly.  The WideBay is widely used in Industrial High Bay projects and in Warehouses.   A recessed version is available for the Clean Room or Food Industry lighting, usually in LED version.

In most cases, VeeLite can advise (without any cost) whether your lighting is efficient or not.  Send us a photograph and the wattage and code on the Lamp (Bulb) and we can offer an opinion.

VeeLite has also supplied numerous Railway Level Crossing lighting systems in England and Wales – see example at Chertsey London.

To get a detailed Proposal for your Concourse Lighting project:

Please send enquiry by email and drawings if relevant. There is no charge or obligation for suitable Projects.
We will calculate the Concourse Lighting 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: Dublin, Ireland

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