The sustainable solution for safe, intuitive solar landscape lighting
Within local recreation reserves, there are a variety of assets that if lit up with a would provide the local community more options for assessing the connected assets around the reserve.
From thoroughfares, pathways, and car parks to outdoor gyms and basketball courts, Leadsun’s recreational reserve SMART public lighting solutions provide that valuable splash of light when the main sporting oval lights are turned off.
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“We are not disturbing or contaminating, so it is a really good option for us. We have the EZYpole which is the winch pole without having to bring a Cherry Picker. Just by lowering the pole from the ground saved us a lot of money. It was a no-brainer to put these lights in here and the fact that was done in one day made it even better”
Maribyrnong City Council
“The increased lighting is a very welcome addition to this popular walkway and I know locals are looking forward to feeling safer when walking along the path at night.”
Snowy Monaro Regional Council
“The solar lighting project was successfully completed with lighting levels throughout the park high enough to ensure that all pathways and car park areas are safe for the public to use at night without the fear of crime.”
Maribyrnong City Council
“One of the many Green initiatives at this year’s Australian Open. Replacing traditional lighting with temporary Smart Solar Powered LED lights, improving the quality and level of lighting and chipping away at becoming a more environmentally sustainable event.”
“The team at Leadsun delivered an urgent quote and followed through with the completed project in a timely and professional manner with quality components. I found Leadsun trustworthy and thorough and the end result was everything we hoped for and some. The whole community are loving the lights along the trail, it’s so great, it truly is!”
The Bass Coast Council
“This solar lighting solution will operate at full brightness from Dusk to Dawn and allows commuters and patrons the convenience of an easy accessible and safe passage to and from this car park. This cost effective lighting solution has not only eased the traffic congestion for the community but it is a sustainable win for all.”
Penrith City Council
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Remotely monitor and configure your lighting control, manage battery consumption and detect failure warnings from anywhere in the world. Other features include an energy saving working mode function switch and real time GPS maps to name a few.
Solar Park Lighting
Leadsun’s solar landscape lighting is a technologically versatile, off-grid sustainable lighting solution that conserves power by dimming down to 30% capacity when there is no activity. This provides enough background light to ensure security and enough low light on accessways to maintain a sense of community, rather than isolating public places in darkness.
When any significant movement is detected – whether that be by a vehicle or a pedestrian entering the reserve – the unit switches to 100% output, giving enough light to identify hazards on the accessway and plenty of light to deter unwanted activity.
Our solar park lighting is controlled through wireless remote technology with an off-site wireless control that allows users to remotely monitor and configure the lighting system from anywhere in the world.
The benefits of solar park lighting:
Cost-effective solution for power conservation
Leadsun’s intelligent solar park lighting offers huge economic savings, with no in-ground cabling or expensive work crews required for installation.
Enhanced community comfort and activity
Solar landscape lighting contributes to a safer, more inviting environment, increasing the possible usage times of reserves.
Increased community safety and satisfaction
Leadsun’s solar park lighting helps to ensure greater community safety. Improved lighting creates ambient and welcoming shared community spaces with increased activity and engagement, along with decreased rates of crime.
Solar Landscape Lighting FAQ’s:
As there are no electricity work to factor in, or underground cabling required, a solar landscape lighting system can be installed significantly faster than the grid-powered lighting equivalent. As a comparison, traditional grid-powered lighting for a 1 km pedestrian pathway with P2/P4 lighting compliance would take approximately 12 weeks to install, compared to just 2 weeks for the same project using solar landscape lighting.
Yes. First, because solar landscape lighting is not dependent on power from the grid but rather the sun. Second, because Leadsun’s advanced solar and patented battery technology combine to significantly extend battery life. This means we can guarantee that our technology is not only reliable, but that it will match and better any other solar landscape lighting solution on the market.
There is minimal maintenance required on a SMART public lighting system as it can be easily monitored with wireless technology. If anything does need attention, our lowerable pole technology makes it easy to access the technology at the top of the pole.
- Huge economic advantage, with no in-ground cabling or expensive work crews required to install our intelligent solar path lights
- Installation anywhere, with incredibly fast turn-around times due to easy-to-install lowerable pole technology
- Increased usage times of reserves, contributing to a safer, healthier and more inviting environment
See solar landscape lighting in action
Buchanan Park – Berwick Skate Park Lighting
With the population rising quickly in the City of Casey, most public spaces and community assets have seen a huge spike in popularity. The Berwick Skate Park within Buchanan Park is one of these popular spots, and the council identified the requirement for a lighting solution that would extend the hours of use for this asset while creating an inviting and safe environment for the locals.
Tormore Reserve Facility
As part of their Livable Streets Plan, the Knox City Council wanted to support the take-up of more walking, cycling, and exercise in their community. New concrete pathways, a basketball court, an outdoor gym, and playground were constructed at the Tormore Reserve facility, but they needed lighting.