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Solar Bollard Lighting in Staggered Format Offers Maximum Light at Kallow Place, Fremantle, WA

Pedestrian access ways (PAWs) facilitate efficient and safe movement of people living in urban environments.

Date Installed: 2021

Customer: City of Fremantle with local contractor Northlake Electrical

Product: Solar Bollard Gen 2 (SBL2)

Order Code: SBL2-120SNW-1140DBA

Product Description: 3x Solar Bollard Gen 2. low power (120mA) for region with positions of part shade, symmetric LED arrangement, natural white (4,000K), direct bury installation, 1m installed height

Solar Bollards are the Go-To for Lighting Pedestrian Access Ways

PAWs are a positive influence on human health through their creation of an active community, facilitate incidental interactions between humans and the environment, as well as improved efficiency in getting from A to B.

Three Solar Bollards were installed in a staggered arrangement through a small PAW flanked by residential buildings which block the sun to the bollards for part of the day. The lower power model of bollard was specified to accommodate shading to the installation positions for a reliable dusk to dawn output, for a minimum of 10 years.

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