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Case Study


CP supplies lighting controlsfor Oswestry Hospital Cancer Unit


A state-of-the-art bone cancer centre at The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital (RJAH) puts energy efficiency first, thanks to CP Electronics’ Vitesse Plus standalone lighting control system.


and soſt tissue tumours and tumour-like conditions. It is one of only five bone cancer centres in the UK and was launched as part of the £15.1 million Theatre and Ward Development in August 2016. To maximise energy efficiency, the unit uses various


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CP Electronics’ lighting control solutions throughout the building. This includes Vitesse Plus, along with passive infrared (PIR) and microwave presence detectors, across the corridors and patient wards. CP’s lighting control system provides easy, simple


intuitive lighting controls and can provide manual scene setting within wards. These controls prevent unnecessary lighting usage and will therefore assist the unit with vital energy savings. Vitesse Plus includes pre-programmed lighting configurations, making installation simpler too. The presence detectors will control light levels in corridors based on occupancy, gradually dimming or increasing the lights based on natural light levels and switching the lights off after a set time.


Easy to install The Montgomery Unit needs lighting to reflect the diversity of staff and patient activity. CP Electronics worked closely with main contractor Briggs and Forrester to devise a system that would intelligently light each area, dependant on its function, maximising the unit’s energy savings. Alun Bunday, Healthcare Team Leader at Briggs and


Forrester, said: “As only the fifth specialist bone cancer centre in the UK, the Montgomery Unit is expected to be busy and will serve many people daily. To this end, we prioritised the design around patient comfort, and making the unit as cost-efficient as possible. “CP Electronics came in, analysed the building usage


and recommended its standalone Vitesse Plus lighting control system. By utilising lighting control in corridors and patient wards, this ensures lighting wastage is kept to a minimum.” Vitesse Plus, which has been installed throughout


the Montgomery unit, uses a full 7-channel lighting control system that can perform different lighting functions. Each channel controls the detectors based on pre-set configurations.


A two-way approach As well as energy savings, CP’s lighting control s ystems are also wired to prevent the lights from going off in the event of a fault. The Montgomery Unit’s


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he Montgomery Unit at RJAH treats patients with bone and soſt tissue sarcomas, bone metastases, benign bone


lighting is supplied through two different incoming power supplies, essential and non-essential lighting. Enabling this functionality is CP


Electronics’ unique Vitesse Plus Lighting Control Modules (LCM). The LCMs allow lighting detectors to be supplied from the two different power supplies. This results in two LCMs feeding the controls to the lighting to each room or area, but only a common detector to each LCM. In addition to the detectors operating from


two LCMs, the switches also operate both LCMs in the event of failure. This doubles up against fault protection and is just as important for the hospital in maintaining its lighting is always working. For areas where lighting is not always


required, such as common areas and corridors, CP’s advanced presence detectors will provide lighting ‘on demand.’ These devices sense movement in the detection zones, and then activate the lighting accordingly. Providing this detection includes CP’s


MWS3A Adjustable Head Microwave Detectors. The adjustable head and detection sensitivity on this device provides a long detection range of up to 30m. “As we know, hospitals are busy facilities,


and any downtime can cost dearly,” said Paul Chesworth, Northern Regional Sales Manager for CP Electronics. “It was an imperative part of the specification that the lighting should not fail, be easy to manage and maintain, as well as save energy and cost where possible. “With our Vitesse Plus lighting control


system, we’ve ensured that the Montgomery Unit has met these conditions, and that the patients and staff have the best possible lighting control where needed.” Briggs and Forrester has a longstanding


relationship with CP Electronics, and has often used CP’s intelligent lighting solutions on a variety of different projects. Said Alun Bunday: “On this project, we


were impressed with CP’s consultative approach. They worked with us on a room- by-room scenario and spent a lot of time understanding the unit’s needs before recommending and designing the system, so that we got the best solution for the hospital.”


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