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Case Study - IGA Nagamble Victoria.
This large supermarket covers over 5,000 m. sq which consisted of an old and new sections within the building which made the lighting design somewhat tricky to ensure a consistant lighting outcome across the store. A comprehensive review of the current and proposed lighting layout was conducted to ensure the proposed lighting outcome was exceeded the Owners expectations.. The owners and staff members are very pleased with the results espeically the lower power bill
Within this site there were a number of various LED fittings installed. They included:-
LED Bar strips in the fridges
Linkable single bare batten fittings
Gimbal Round Shop Lighters
These 40w LED linear Fittings are easy to install as you only connect the first tube and the other tubes connect directly with the prevoius Fittnig without any rewiring. There are great saving to be made in installation as well are energy.
Look how easy the wiring is.
Converting to 40w Linear fittings - estimated energy savings - 30% (does not include the reduction in fittings as part of the upgrade
Converting to 36w round Shoplighters - estimated energy savings 75%
Converting to 10w per metre strip lighting - estimated energy savings up to and over 65%
Converting to 18w water proof LED tube - estimated energy savings up to and over 50%
Converting to 80w LED Carpark/Floodlights - Estimated Energy savings up to 80%
When considering what Shop lighter is best for you, it is important to ensure that the fitting has suffiecient rotation so that the light is reflected to where you want it to go.
LED Strip lighting come in a number of various colour Temperatures and water proofing levels. We stock a wide range include IP65 rated LED strips which are submersable and an excellant choice for wet areas.
There are also a wide range of Aluminium Strip Profiles you can install for a fully customised LED lighting application.
Most LED Tubes are IP20 rated, which means that they are NOT water restistant. When considering LED tubes for wet (ish) areas we recommended you ask what the IP rating is of the Tube.
And yes higher IP rated tubes may cost a little more, however, they will last the distant
In most situations, a mix of various wattage/lumen output Car park lights may be required as the distance between lights and pole heights may vary. If you are considering the same light and wattage for the whole area, this may result in dark spots and this may impact on your ability to meet the minimum standards to lighting in car parks.
Also, most businesses dont want to over light the area as this may attract unwanted crowds at night.