EO LIGHTING PROJECTS
Dickson Motor Registry
Eo Lighting was commissioned to supply LED lighting for the Dickson Motor Registry in Canberra ACT for ACT Property Group.
Fluorescent T8 tubes were replaced with Eo LED T8 20watt tubes in external building fittings and internal stairwell fittings that reduced power consumption by half.
Eo SPL 96watt Street Lights were installed in the car park which is used frequently by restaurant goers throughout most evenings.
Wall mounted LED 150watt floods replaced power hungry 400watt traditional floods to illuminate the loading docks and immediate building surrounds.
Eo F50N 50 Watt LED floods mounted on poles replaced 150 watt halogen floods in the front entrance and garden providing high visibility and security at night.
ACT Property Group and building managers were delighted with result in lighting performance by Eo’s LED products and the energy savings achieved.
Blacktown City Council
Eo Lighting was contracted by Blacktown City Council to upgrade their lighting in their Council Chambers and Function Room
The Nirimba function room was fitted out with Eo Lighting’s T8 LED tubes and Eo LED MR16 -6watt in the ceiling coffers and are controlled by a Dynalite dimming system.
Halls and corridors were re- fitted with Eo LED MR16-6 lamps to replace power hungry 50watt halogen lamps and reduce heat loads.
The Shine Dome
Eo Lighting designed the LED lighting for the historic architectural landmark building “The Shine Dome” for the Australian Academy of Science in Canberra, ACT
Cool white 4000K waterproof LED strip lighting was installed under the lip of the mote surrounding the building.
RGB colour changing LED underwater lights illuminate the arches at night, phasing through a slow colour change and creating a dramatic effect.
The system can be programmed to be fixed on any single or selection of colours if there is a corporate or event theme required.
Eo LED T8 tubes were installed in the internal visible rooms and up light the sky domes in the evening. The system consumes less than 400 watts of power and is regulated by automated timers.