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EHA : Yearkbook 2009
email@example.com www.solarstreetscapes.com David Walsh – What do you see as the most important factor when utilising LED technologies into roadway lighting and the public domain? The photometric data is the first requirement. Their curves need to give a uniform asymmetrical spread to maximise spacing. The second is notably the thermal environment of the LEDs. Our systems are designed to be installed in the most extreme environments. There are currently some of our solar eLUX street lights in the Middle East being tested on a freeway. Temperature wise, the Middle East is about extreme as you can get. We utilise Cree and Stanley LEDs with a patented lens to distribute light evenly and direct, giving motorists and pedestrians better line of sight. Our light is based on 555 n m which is the most perfect light for the human eye. David Walsh – The eLUX series sounds great with zero carbon, what products are about to be released? The eLUX series includes: eLUX STREET – Is a solar and mains powered street lighting system which comes in 20, 40, 60 and 80 watt versions for solar and a variety of mains powered lighting ranging from 20-400watts. eLUX UP – Is a solar powered up lighting system designed for special structures, street features and monuments. eLUX SHELTA – Is a solar powered shelter lighting system used for all types of shelters, including transport terminals, recreational and community park areas, military as well as advertisement bill boards. eLUX FLASH – Is a solar powered warning system used for pedestrians, roads and traffic, waterway and railway authorities. eLUX BOLLARD – Is a high powered Solar bollard lighting system, for community pathways and gardens. eLUX NAV – Coming soon! David Walsh – What advantages do the SOLAR eLUX series offer? n Little to zero carbon n Over 80 lumens per watt, perfect photometric curves and data, high CRI n 4-5 days autonomy (eLUX SOLAR) n Architecturally designed street fittings and poles to enhance city and tow n streetscapes n Minimum 50,000 hours life expectancy n No mains electrical cabling required (eLUX SOLAR) David Walsh – What happens when its raining? Do the lights stop running? They are designed with 4-5 days autonomy for the middle of winter, this means the lights will run for 4-5 days with no sunlight on them at all. On overcast days the sun still charges the batteries. It is rare that they run out of power with this design. David Walsh – Your MAINS eLUX street light, where does this fit in with SSS? When infrastructure is already in place or solar access is being blocked by city buildings, our MAINS eLUX series can be utilised saving up to 60% on energy costs and carbon emissions. David Walsh – SSS have designed and manufactured the eLUX lighting systems including the street poles, what advantage does this hold? SSS have developed all products for a turnkey solution. We are making going GREEN e a sy, stylish and functional. Our product range is being distributed around the world and our distributor base has been well trained for the eLUX series release. Solar Streetscapes is Australian owned, they export worldwide and manufacture to a ny requirements. Providing our suppliers with all that's required from start to finish, ensures the end consumer has a quality product which will last. EHA YEARBOOK 2009 69 SOLAR LIGHTING FEATURE Solar Streetscapes LED revolution delivers on public area lighting (continued) eLUx SHELTA SOLAR – Dual 3 watt lighting system eLUx SHELTA SOLAR – Dual 3 watt lighting system eLUx UP SOLAR – 8Watt solar lighting system
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