Litenow is replacing the defective 2D fluorescent lighting system throughout this 10 storey Social housing block.
The existing fittings are operating 24 hours a day and subsequently the control gear, cabling and lamp holders are perished.
New fittings equipped with low energy 14 Watt LED plates are being installed throughout the building. The majority of fittings are equipped with microwave sensors, LUX detection and timed switching.
The reduction in maintenance requirements will have a significant impact as the scheme manager is currently responsible for lamp changes within the building. The necessity to reprocess used fluorescent lamps has also been eliminated.
In low traffic areas the fittings switch to 10% of light output when no presence is detected, enhancing the savings even further.
This installation will save a significant amount of energy and CO2 whilst providing a bright and secure environment for residents.
The images below show the current 28 Watt fluorescent fittings on the left and the new 14 Watt LED fittings on the right.