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Astrium is Europe’s largest provider of aerospace and defence related products. Within their facility at Stevenage we have relit a number of large-scale laboratories; Andromeda being one of the largest. Astrium required no less than 1000lux at a working plane of 750mm above finished floor level, with a high level of uniformity and colour rendering. Existing lighting consisted of enclosed twin T8 fluorescent fittings, which created maintenance problems. Our CRO3 LED system eliminated the maintenance problem for at least 85,000 hours and increased the lighting level to 1080lux. Uniformity increased by over 30% and colour rendering was also improved.


LSii Europe – Tesco Project


The store at Ramsey in Cambridgeshire was Tesco’s first Zero Carbon store in the UK. The clients brief was to build a store that utilised the best low and zero emission technology. Our Area Light solution provided a balance between lighting output and energy consumption, with the XAM 119LED luminaire being used to light the approach road and car park, while the XAS 63LED luminaire was wall and pole mounted in the service yard. Our LED technology was also combined with a Photovoltaic Panel to provide a solar solution on the small roundabout outside the car park.


LSii Europe – Texaco Project


When Texaco’s Merthyr Tydfil filling station was to retrofit it’s lighting, we introduced them to a new design philosophy. Where petrol canopies traditionally employ 250 or 400 watt metal halide to “carpet bomb” with light from above, we suggested using a mixture of ambient lighting and task lighting, focusing the lighting on the vertical face of the filling pump. This helps reduce the total energy consumption, whilst helping to promote the brand with good colour rendering and excellent lighting uniformity on the pump face. This is an approach we have successfully used at a number of sites, where before and after surveys have demonstrated an increase in sales, with the increase being generated by more women using the petrol station.


LSii Europe – BP Project


The BP petrol filling station at Dover South is a great example of a retrofit lighting replacement project. Our clients brief was to reduce energy consumption and eliminate the need for costly maintenance, especially lamp changing the 47No 400watt metal halide luminaires in the main canopy and the high level canopy above the HGV pumps. By replacing the 400watt fittings with our CRO2 LED canopy luminaire we totally eliminated the need for changing lamps for a minimum of 85,000hrs and reduced energy bills for the canopy lighting from £7107.72 per year to £1841.54, a 75% saving against the original installation. Our LED system also has a number of soft benefits, including slightly increased lighting levels, better uniformity and great optical control.


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For the Peachtree Avenue project the client was looking for a unique lighting experience. The location for the project is the main entrance lobby of the client building where they wanted a wall of flowing light. For this project we carried out the design, built the technology and wrote the content. We used our innovative V.Brite product, a modular system that allows us to create an architectural video solution using a series of LED Pucks and Interlink cables. The system is controlled by our V.Brain LED Video controller allowing us to run virtually any type of effect or lighting programme.


LSii Europe – Project


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