Blue Lake Access Road & Pathway
City of Mount Gambier
AS/NZS 1158.3.1 P3/P4
The City of Mount Gambier had concerns that a 3.6 km access road and pathway around the Blue Lake was not being fully utilised due to the lack of lighting in the evening which has prevented locals and tourists from enjoying this iconic ‘world-class’ natural attraction.
- 92 x Solar Powered AE2 Split Systems
- AE2 40W Solar Engine
- LED Output 10W (1500Lm)
- Lithium-ion bateries
- P Category Lighting Compliance = P3
The solar light systems are also installed on a lowerable pole system that allowed all installation works to be carried out quickly and safely at ground level without the use of any elevated work platforms. Additionally, the complete lighting system features Leadsun’s unique and technically advanced wireless system that allows all systems to be easily programmed to a specific working mode operation. Each system consists of a 40W ‘All-In-One’ Solar Engine that uses a ‘plug & play’ cable connect system to attach to an ‘asymmetrical’ LED light head that concentrates all lighting onto the pathway whilst minimising spill light at the front and rear of the fitting.
After much consultation, the council has decided the most practical & viable solution was to install a Solar Powered Lighting Solution. After an extensive tendering process, Leadsun Australia’s range of AE2 series solar lights was ultimately specified for the solar lighting project due to its proven system reliability, compact appearance and cost efficiency.