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LED Street, Amenity and Parking Luminaires offer exceptional lighting with substantial energy savings, reduced maintenance costs and carbon emissions. These can be supplied with numerous different controls including dimmers, proximity sensors and timers.
Our rich history has seen us produce a number of innovative products since our inception. In 2006, we launched the world's first LED street light at the Light and Build Exhibition in Frankfurt.
In 2009, we launched the our Marlin luminaire which was the first of its kind to be adopted on a PFI project. Considered a grand success, the Marlin was specified by 3 local authorites and there are 6,000 still in service. For more information about the Marlin and it's availability, please get in touch.
In 2012 we launched the Clipper and more information about this street lantern can be found here. There are now over 20,000 in service across the UK and Europe. We continue to supply the Clipper in wattages between 10-60W.
Our LED Retro-fits allows existing SOX and SON lamps to be replaced with an energy efficient LED solution. These are supplied under our Minuet range which as a literal translation from Latin means to 'lessen'.
LED Solar Lighting can provide significant reductions in carbon emissions by utilising renewable energy technologies. In regions with more day light hours PV cells can provide all the energy necessary to permanently light the units, avoiding the significant costs associated with mains cabling.
LED Flood Lighting Developed from our Clara street light, the Flood is an exceptionally versatile luminaire suitable for a variety of applications such as building illumination, wall washing, security and architectural enhancement.
Information regarding the Specialist product range is coming soon.
Our LED Bay Light, the Clara Bay, delivers unparalleled energy savings across a variety of applications such as industrial, utility and leisure facilities.
Marlin LED Street Light is launched with our technology partners EON
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