When maintenance becomes a hassle, let the sun take care of it for you!
St Anne’s Anglican Church at Ryde had an existing lighting set up around the grounds of the church and cemetery which had reached its use by date.
Instead of replacing the existing fittings with conventional lighting, the Church made a wise decision to install solar pedestrian/pathway lights. With greater output but no maintenance compared to the existing, the decision was made easier. However, the real kicker was the sensors which are all part of the new solar lights. Dusk/dawn sensor detects when natural light is fading and proximity sensors detect human movement. These work together to allow the lights to come on at night to 100% when human activity is detected, but this will dim to 25% when no movement is detected.
- Remove and dispose of existing light fittings, poles and cabling
- Prepare and construct concrete footings with ragbolts
- Install light poles on ragbolts
- Install solar lights on poles
- Project Title : Solar Lighting - St Anne's, Ryde
- Client : St Anne's Anglican Church