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Locos in a Different Light 2016

“Locos in a Different Light - 2016” Taking place within the great hall of the National Railway Museum in York, Locos in a Different Light aims to challenge students studying the fields of technical lighting, lighting design and associated practices. Having run for eight years, the event draws students from several different colleges. Tasked with visually transforming and enhancing the hall and locomotives within the museum, the students were provided with some of the latest lighting and control technology products, offered by Ambersphere Solutions and Pulsar. Pulsar sales director Dave Cowan was highly impressed with the outcome of the event. “We are so pleased to assist performing Arts students and alike and find this is a very fitting event for them to learn what can be achieved when using light, control and effect. Using a combination of fixtures from both Pulsar and Ambersphere Solutions, this will help many students progress and go on to bigger and brighter

World Record: LED installation – Longest Continuous Service

Back in May 2003 we installed our own LED lighting on the front of the building, confident in its reliability, longevity, and durability. 12 Chroma Panels were installed on the South-facing front of the factory building and have been running 24/7 ever since. We believe this to be a World first with Pulsar holding a World Record for the “Longest Lasting LED Installation.” Fast forward to today and the original ChromaPanels printed with the Pulsar name have clocked an impressive 13 years 10 months of continuous activity – actually surpassing 115,000 hours! This real-world industry first is proof of LED’s amazing longevity and also of Pulsar’s dedication to making the highest quality LED lighting fixtures on the market. In the May of 2005 an additional 21 metres of ChromaStrip2 product were installed on Pulsar’s Facade. Would you believe it, our ChromaStrip2 product has now also surpassed 100,000 hours! Yes, we’ve done it again! The world’s second longest