|Customer||Goulburn Mulwaree Shire Council (NSW)|
|Project||Marys Mount Road|
|Fitting||28w Green Street (2 x 14)|
|Pole||Utility 7500mm with Stump Post|
Marys Mount Road
The Goulburn Mulwaree Shire Council had commissioned Solar G to design and install 54x Solar
Street Lights at their 3 kilometer long Marys Mount Road. The installation is the single largest Stand
Alone Solar Street lighting project for a Council road in Australia. The purpose built system incorporated
the Pierlite 2 x 14W Green Street fittings designed to meet P5. The System’s capacity enables
each light to operate for up to 14 hours. However, being a flood prone area, the Batteries were housed
below ground in a air-tight box to avoid water ingress. The Inspection Door (where the Controller
sits) had also been designed (atypically) at 1600mm above Ground Level to again avoid any potential
damage to the Controller if the road was to flood. It took Solar G three weeks to install the lights.
|Customer||Fairfield City Council|
|Project||Bibbys Place, Bonnyrigg|
|Pole||MULTIPOLE 8000mm with Stump Post|
The Fairfield City Council recently commissioned Solar G to design and install a 5x Solar LED lighting systems to illuminate the culturally significant Bibbys Place at Bonnyrigg. Represented by manyreligious places of worship, the lighting was installed to supplement the existing street light replacing temporary solar lights previously installed on portable concrete plinths. The 30W LEDs were selected due to their outstanding light distribution and 50000 + hours life expectancy. The highly popular and flexible aluminium MULTIPOLES were also chosen where the Batteries and Controller are neatly stored in each of the Pole’s bases. These Aluminium Poles were again complimented by the Solar G Aluminum Framing System adding that visual appeal of a dimension, robustness along with a nicely integrated finish. 2x Banner Arms will also be attached to each pole. The lighting will operate all night.
|Customer||Roads and Maritime Services|
|Project||Woomargama By Pass (Hume Highway)|
|System||500w Stand Alone|
|Pole||9m Tapered (INGAL)|
Hume Highway Woomargama
The AbiGroup (as part of the Hume Highway Woomargama Alliance (HHWA)) contracted Solar G to build 10x 500W Solar Power Lighting Systems to illuminate intersections both at the Southern and Northern locations of their newly built Woomargama By-Pass near Albury. Lighting design was performed by Webb Australia Group (NSW). Solar design including PV panels, poles and equipment was developed between Solar G & Webb Australia Group. SKM & Abigroup had also provided assistance during construction work. The 70 W HPS lamps were to operate for up to 14 hours per night. The system design included the custom made feature of 10x EnerGy Cabinets which were required to house the Batteries, Switches, Inverter and remaining Control Gear. Solar G again carried out installation which was completed in October 2011. Their supply team included INGAL (Poles) and Wardrope & Carroll (Metal Fabricators).We also need to make mention of good customer satisfaction during both the design and construction phases.
|Customer||QTMR Roadtek’s Asset Services (North)|
|Project||Mingela Rest Stop|
|Fitting||Pierlite 28w Green Street (2 x 14)|
|Pole||6m Tapered with 3m outreach (INGAL)|
Mingela Rest Stops
QTMR Roadtek’s Asset Services (North) recently installed a solar light at their Mingela Rest Stop south of Townsville. The Pierlite 28w T5 Green Street fitting was again used for it’s outstanding light
distribution. Pole maker INGAL supplied the 6 metre tapered poles with 3 metre outreaches. The
lamp height is 8 metres. This increases QTMR Solar G systems to a total of 26 units installed over the
past 12 months. These systems require no regular maintenance. The light will operate all night.