LED Bollard Light

This LED Bollard Light, 8w asymmetric version, were supplied for pathway lighting at the Institute for the Deaf Building in Dublin. These LED Bollards are suitable for pathway area lighting due to their robust construction and average rated lifetime of up to 60,000 hours.

The 8w LED Bollard Light is designed to replace conventional 70w lighting Bollards used on Pathways, typically at 8-10m spacings.   The standard version is a 15w LED Bollard with symmetric light distribution.  With the Asymmetric version, the LEDs typically pointed behind the luminaire are removed, providing a further energy saving.

Lighting Bollards are often left running at full output all night, so an option of internal motion sensor control is offered, to switch the lighting off (or to low output) when there is no traffic/pedestrians nearby. This will save further on energy and running costs and also have environmental benefits, reduction of light spill, dark skies, etc.

LED Bollard Light

Other options offered include photocell, various heights (to max 2.5m), various RALs (Grey RAL 9006 as standard), DALI or emergency as well as a choice of rooted or flanged base.

The LED Bollard Light can also be connected with wireless receivers, so that they will switch on/off as a group.  Typically, the first and last LED Bollard Light will have motion Sensors. The Bollards between will only have Receivers. This would be the layout with some Bollard schemes, typically a Driveway or Pedestrian pathway. This is especially convenient for refit Projects as no extra cables are required.

To get a detailed Proposal for your LED Bollard light project:

Please send Autocad drawing by email. There is no charge or obligation for suitable Projects.
We will calculate the number of light fittings required and advise light levels. We will advise where they should be located and the cost of the Equipment. Other lighting may need to be added for landscaped areas or to add decorative architectural effect.

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