LTN needed to:
- Improve its apron light levels to meet the requirements of CAP 168 and EASA regulations.
- And reduce the energy demand by 40-50%.
To help do this they put the project out to tender in 2017. A tender we won, with the remit to design, supply, install and commission the new floodlight system at the airport.
Following a site visit, our Lighting Design Team decided the existing high-mast infrastructure could be used to help meet the challenges LTN faced – saving both time and money. So, we retrofitted the 40 high-masts with 445W and 705W asymmetric luminaires from our Titan series.
Number of passengers:
Average aircraft movements:
LED floodlights installed:
Increase in light levels:
Lux average values:
LED floodlights installed
Increase in light levels
BEFORE & AFTER TECHNICAL COMPARISON
|Number of Projectors||303||184|
|Nominal Power for single appliance||400 / 600W||455 / 705W|
|Absorbed Power(measured data)||500 / 750W||455 / 705W|
|Total Power Absorbed||170 kW||95 kW|
|Energy Consumption per year||744,000 kWh||416,5000 kWh|
|Colour rendering index||25||70|
|Average light level||20||30|
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