Adaptive Solar Lighting

Does your Solar Lighting Installation Comply with AS/NZS 1158.3.1:2020? “When Adaptive Lighting is used, each dimming level shall be such that it complies with all the requirements of a relevant lighting category. The control system shall be failsafe in that on a failure of any element of the control system, the luminaires shall revert back…

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AS/NZS pathway lighting standards update

Australian and New Zealand lighting standards that cover minor roads, public spaces, cycleway & pathways and  car parks (AS/NZS 1158 3.1 2020) were updated in February 2020. All these categories fall under Pedestrian (P), as the lighting is intended for the pedestrian rather than the vehicle. This is on the basis that vehicles have their…

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SOLAR COLLECTION METHODS FOR SOLAR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS

TECHNICAL PAPER – OSLTP-001: SOLAR COLLECTION METHODS FOR SOLAR LIGHTING APPLICATIONS Abstract Integrating solar and battery technologies into lighting applications has become popular in recent years as it can significantly reduce the upfront costs of installation. With this, there have been various design approaches and methodologies tried for the collection of solar energy to power…

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Solar Lighting Bollards – Your Common Questions Answered

Solar Lighting Bollards – Your Common Questions Answered What are solar lighting bollards Solar lighting bollards lights are shorter light poles (approx. one-meter high) that have solar lights on them and are very popular for lighting pathways.  Being stand-alone (not connected to the electricity network), significant savings in installation costs can be created. They use solar…

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Solar Street Lights – Your Common Questions Answered

What are solar street lights? Solar street lights are stand- alone street lights (not connected to the electricity network), that use solar panels and batteries to run. The term ‘solar street light’ may also encompass overhead solar lighting for pathways, bike-ways and car parks. How common are solar street lights? They are coming quite common…

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