Ballybough, Dublin – Client Wattless

Project:        Retrofit of Luminaires Client:          Wattless – the lighting circuit supplier Location:      Ballybough, Dublin Wattless was looking for a lighting solution suitable for an urban residential location, where vandalisation had been an issue in the past. Our team decided the best approach was to use a highly secure and robust luminaire - the Microplus MPG-2. This new MPG-2 includes the latest Microplus technology and comes with a 10-year warranty. The Microplus 100W LED M...
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New Installation, combined with Retrofit of Luminaires

Project:        New Installation, combined with Retrofit of Luminaires Client:          Clare County Council Location:      Tullyvarraga, Clare Clare County Council required a lighting solution that was suitable for a remote country lane in Tullyvarraga, where security and safety were a concern. The existing luminaires needed frequent replacement and the lighting was poor and inconsistent as a result. Litho Circuits planned a comprehensive solution which involved both the installation of...
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Retrofit of Luminaires

Project:        Retrofit of Luminaires Client:          Clare County Council Location:      Shannon Town, Co. Clare Our client, Clare County Council found that the existing 150W sodium luminaires were expensive to run in terms of energy use and they also required significant maintenance, partly due to the fact that they needed to be replaced every 3 years. Litho Circuits retro-fitted the luminaires with an upgraded LL10-50, a 50W product that has a lifespan of about 20 years. In additi...
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Installation of New Lighting Energy Saving System

Project:        Installation of New Lighting Energy Saving System Client:          Lynx Holiday Village Location:      Lahinch, Clare The management company at Lynx Holiday Village was experiencing some performance issues with the existing lighting system. Because the village is in an exposed coastal location, the luminaries were not sufficiently robust to withstand the harsh conditions. As a result they were frequently blowing out, giving rise to poor lighting and high maintenance costs. ...
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