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Aldi car park lighting

Postby pinkteddyx64 » 07 Sep 2017, 21:56

I noticed that my local Aldi has had the car park resurfaced and it's metal halide lighting (which was doing that greenish tinge thing) replaced with LED ones.

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Re: Aldi car park lighting

Postby spotify95 » 07 Sep 2017, 22:17

pinkteddyx64 wrote:I noticed that my local Aldi has had the car park resurfaced and it's metal halide lighting (which was doing that greenish tinge thing) replaced with LED ones.

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Awesome stuff! :D Great to see metal halide technology finally getting replaced with LED.

LED is a very good technology and is suited for a wide variety of fixtures and applications - before LED, the only way of getting high intensity lights were either LPS, HPS, MH or MV - all of which have severe disadvantages compared to LED.

(Btw, did you manage to salvage any of the old MHs?)


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Re: Aldi car park lighting

Postby pinkteddyx64 » 07 Sep 2017, 22:23

spotify95 wrote:
pinkteddyx64 wrote:I noticed that my local Aldi has had the car park resurfaced and it's metal halide lighting (which was doing that greenish tinge thing) replaced with LED ones.

@spotify95



Awesome stuff! :D Great to see metal halide technology finally getting replaced with LED.

LED is a very good technology and is suited for a wide variety of fixtures and applications - before LED, the only way of getting high intensity lights were either LPS, HPS, MH or MV - all of which have severe disadvantages compared to LED.

(Btw, did you manage to salvage any of the old MHs?)

Nope. :(


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Re: Aldi car park lighting

Postby spotify95 » 07 Sep 2017, 22:32

pinkteddyx64 wrote:
spotify95 wrote:
pinkteddyx64 wrote:I noticed that my local Aldi has had the car park resurfaced and it's metal halide lighting (which was doing that greenish tinge thing) replaced with LED ones.

@spotify95



Awesome stuff! :D Great to see metal halide technology finally getting replaced with LED.

LED is a very good technology and is suited for a wide variety of fixtures and applications - before LED, the only way of getting high intensity lights were either LPS, HPS, MH or MV - all of which have severe disadvantages compared to LED.

(Btw, did you manage to salvage any of the old MHs?)

Nope. :(


Nevermind.... Hopefully we'll be more lucky elsewhere. :) Don't forget to keep an eye open for salvaging old lights for re-purposing them :)

Btw, did you see the thread I created about a bulb with an inherent design flaw?


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Re: Aldi car park lighting

Postby pinkteddyx64 » 07 Sep 2017, 22:41

spotify95 wrote:
pinkteddyx64 wrote:
spotify95 wrote:
pinkteddyx64 wrote:I noticed that my local Aldi has had the car park resurfaced and it's metal halide lighting (which was doing that greenish tinge thing) replaced with LED ones.

@spotify95



Awesome stuff! :D Great to see metal halide technology finally getting replaced with LED.

LED is a very good technology and is suited for a wide variety of fixtures and applications - before LED, the only way of getting high intensity lights were either LPS, HPS, MH or MV - all of which have severe disadvantages compared to LED.

(Btw, did you manage to salvage any of the old MHs?)

Nope. :(


Nevermind.... Hopefully we'll be more lucky elsewhere. :) Don't forget to keep an eye open for salvaging old lights for re-purposing them :)

Btw, did you see the thread I created about a bulb with an inherent design flaw?

:yep:

I've been keeping an eye out for the LPS lights on a road I travel down regularly being replaced as scheduled by the council for this month. (Search Google Maps for Messingham Road Scunthorpe and look on Street View and you'll see LPS lights).


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