LED Bollard with Sensor

The Conventional 70w HPS Bollard on this site were replaced with a VeeLite 15w LED Bollard with Motion Sensor. There were 44 LED Bollards in total.  The LED Bollard with motion Sensor option is a robust, high performance illuminated Bollard which allows for wide spacings and high light levels with good uniformity.

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The Cree XP LEDs provide a colour temperature of approx 4200K.

LED Bollard with Motion Sensor

The LED Bollard with Motion Sensor that was supplied to this Project was a dimming version.  These Bollard lights operate at a low light level (1.5w each) until the Motion Sensor detects movement (within approx 7m range), it then switches to full light output immediately.  The energy saving is approx 98% compared to the traditional Bollard lighting.

This LED Bollard range is also offered in a mini version with 8w power.  Other options include symmetric or asymmetric light distribution, on/off sensor control, Dali, emergency, various heights/RALs, choice of rooted or flanged mounting, etc.  The standard LED Bollard with Motion Sensor (or without) is available in heights up to 2.5m.

VeeLite also offers a stainless steel, illuminated LED Bollard (see our S Bollard) in our Product section or the Health Centre in the Wirral within our Project section).

To get a detailed Proposal for your LED Bollard with Motion Sensor 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 Bollard with Motion Sensor 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: East Kilbride, Scotland

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