CROSSROADS have a Narrow Band Amber (NBA) street lights which emit a warm amber colour with zero blue wavelengths of light that matches older low-pressure sodium light sources. These are ideal for astronomical sites, areas seeking dark sky status, and places that want to protect ecology and minimise the impact of artificial light at night. Additionally, they are also well suited for cities and municipalities, arterial roadways, city parks, pathways and trails.
CROSSROADS also manufacture Phosphor Converted (PC) LED street lights with signifiantly low blue (PC) content in a warm amber colour that matches the 2000 K of older high-pressure sodium light sources. These are particularly suited for areas seeking dark sky status and places wanting to minimise the impact of artificial light at night on ecology. Additionally, they are also suited for cities and municipalities, 10 to 15 m tall poles along roadways, highways and intercity loops, universities and schools, parking lots and area lighting.
Both the PC and NBA fixtures are fully shielded with completely enclosed LEDs, eliminating glare. They are also designed to illuminate only where intended, avoiding unnecessary light spill/trespass/light pollution.
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TARGETTI NZ provide quality Italian-made lighting that can be customised for individual projects. Some of their street lighting luminaires have optical diffusers so the light that is emitted is indirect, low glare and easy on the eye. Well designed optics also mean light can be directed precisely where it's needed, which is important near waterways to protect aquatic life. Targetti can also supply premium quality Italian-made bollards with an ecologically responsible colour spectrum for streets, pathways, parks and reserves.
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SPECTRATECH in Auckland, NZ is the first company to provide the KIM Warp9 narrowband 2200K amber LED streetlight. For specs click here. This is the closest alternative currently available to replace the spectrum of a low-pressure sodium streetlight used in areas that require zero blue wavelengths of light to protect the night sky for astronomical observation.
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IGNIA developed PC (phosphor-converted) Amber LED, which eliminates the peak emission level at 440 nm to maintain high efficiency levels (135 lm/W). For years, lighting has been unchecked and excessive. Most often no efforts have been made to seek the most efficient and environmentally responsible technology. The time has come to raise awareness about this and to protect the environment using the most efficient technology. For more information contact email@example.com
BETACOM can provide an PC amber 2200 K version of the GL520 street lighting luminaire, although the chips in the module are exposed, they don't incorporate lightpipe technology and diffusing optics to reduce glare and intensity.
For more information please call operations manager Jeff Richardson +64 (0) 21 357 748 or email Jeff.Richardson@betacom.co.nz
ADLT - ADVANCED LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES are the first supplier in NZ to provide the Cree 2700K RSW Series (marketed in NZ as Syrius.) While this luminaire is not amber in colour, we're hoping the company will soon provide warmer options, as this luminaire incorporates technology that successfully addresses the problems of glare and non-uniform light distribution via patented lightpipe and diamond facet microlenses. Indeed, this kind of low glare, indirect LED street lighting should be the maximum standard for State Highways in New Zealand. (Regarding the CCT, the maximum should be 2700 K, not the 4000 K recommended by the NZTA.) To learn more about this luminaire please watch this short clip.
For information please talk to general manager Grant Moodie +64 (0) 27 430 2222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org