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Pulsar UniBay Luminaires Installed at New Cambridge Factory When we moved into our new building, one of the main challenges we faced was the lighting. The decrepit metal halide luminaires in the factory were only producing around 10 to 50 Lux - far from ideal. Putting in Pulsar UniBay luminaires has improved the light levels to over 300 lux, which is perfect for identifying small components. It also makes for far more comfortable and safer working conditions. The Pulsar UniBay is designed to produce over 15,000 lumens with high quality colour rendering. It's also designed to be easy to install in a wide range of different situations. To learn more about the UniBay, click the image below: At less than half the power, the UniBays provide substantial energy savings too, and are far better for the environment. If you'd like to visit Pulsar and see these lights in action, or to learn more about how Pulsar lights can benefit your business, please contact us
Holy Trinity Church standing tall amongst the features of the night sky..
Holy Trinity Church, Blythburgh, Suffolk Is known locally as “The Cathedral of the Marshes” and it stands tall, visible for miles from the A12 trunk road. Like many other Churches, Holy Trinity relies on carefully designed external lighting to make its flint decorated architecture a local landmark by night as well as by day. A warm colour rendering, minimal light pollution and restricted glare were inherent factors in the design brief of this relighting project, which covered every elevation of this wonderful building. Following a successful re-lighting of St Peter & St Paul, Wangford, which is in the same group of parishes, the design and installation team of James Laws and Boggis Electrical of Wrentham was chosen by Blythburgh PCC to re-light Holy Trinity. They selected Pulsar Light Eco-Range floods for both projects. Holy Trinity Church was previously lit externally with a variety of sodium and other discharge fittings, with an estimated total power consumption of