Parklite is a multi-storey car park light designed for busy internal, basement or multi-storey car park projects where high light levels are required. Because of the high efficiency optics, the minimum number of Luminaires is required. Typically 1 Luminaire can illuminate 5 car park spaces. The lack of ceiling clutter enhances the appearance of the Project. With minimum maintenance and relamping, the light produced is a crisp white. The optics also illuminate the ceiling preventing ‘cave-effect’.
The multi-storey car park light is particularly suited towards car parks which require higher lighting levels, 200 Lux average or more. This is often required for marketing purposes. Entrance and exit areas also require higher lighting levels and tend to be left on for long periods, ideal for this Luminaire.
The Parklite Luminaire is very cost effective for multi-storey car park light Projects which require white light but do not wish to use Linear Fluorescent lighting. Linear Fluorescents (or Linear LED which we also offer) can make a car park seem cluttered. Also, Linear fittings are usually pointed the same way so do not always match the direction of the Access lanes within the carparks. This is not an issue with round Luminaires.
The Parklite Luminaire has been used on other low height ceiling applications, including industrial buildings.
Light.ie also provide a round LED version multi-storey car park light as well as a Flat disc Compact Fluorescent fitting. For quiet car parks, such as in Apartment or Office complexes, lighting can be connected with motion sensors so lighting is only switched when the car park is in use. This has significant energy saving advantages and is ideal for Property Management companies trying to reduce annual electricity costs.
To get a detailed Proposal for your Multi-storey car park 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.