Indoor Plasma Lighting Case Study
Location: Saint Francis High School, Mountain View, CA
Application: Indoor Gymnasium (retrofit)
Saint Francis High School required better lighting for their gymnasium, but also wanted to reduce their environmental footprint. The existing 400W metal halide lighting gave the facility a poorly illuminated appearance and was costly to operate and maintain. The school’s Facilities Director wanted the gym (which operated 15 hours/day) to be an attractive venue for its teams and decided an LEP solution would address all of the school’s needs.
Solution: H400 highbay luminaire (using STA-41-02 LEP system, 280W) to replace 470W Metal-Halide highbay.
Outdoor Plasma Lighting Case Study
Location: Scottsburg Indiana (US I-31 and IN-56)
Application: Street and Roadway
When the City of Scottsburg decided to upgrade its lighting from High Pressure Sodium, they found that Plasma Lighting solutions were too costly for their budget and would not provide the amount of light needed to light their streets. They became interested in an Plasma Lighting solution when they found out it would allow them to reduce the number of luminaires by 30% to 50% - while still maintaining existing light levels. Straylight Technologies, an Plasma lighting manufacturer, helped the City upgrade 600 street and roadway luminaires.