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Solar bollard pathway lighting through the mine camp guiding staff to their dongas at the Carrapateena Mine, Pernatty, SA.

With shift work and early starts, SOLABOLLARD offers an all-night soft, natural white light, guiding workers through the camp.  The dome shaped head is aesthetically pleasing, as well as the practical – no bird poo can build up on top!

PROJECT DETAILS:

Date installed: June 2019
Customer: L&H Port Augusta
Compliance: AS/NZS P4 Pathway lighting
Product: 66x SOLABOLLARD Gen 2 (SBL2) 160mA, 9m spacing

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:

The soft natural white light of the bollards creates a safe and calm guide through the camp.  The SBL2 with its asymmetric LED pattern, minimises light wastage, and offers the least disruption to the immediate ecosystem.  Spacing between units was set at 9m for the 160mA power model to achieve P4 compliance.  The 160mA is a standard power model of bollard.  There was some shading along the path, and a decision was made early in the planning and design phase to select the same power model for all bollards headed to site. 

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