Empyrean Lighting re-designed their Andromeda Linear luminaire to be fitted with motion sensor technology to work within the carpark at the brand new Sunshine Coast University Hospital.
The 8+ story parking facility contains over 1,500 32watt Andromeda linear lights vastly reducing energy consumption and providing equal light distribution throughout the levels.
“When the Sunshine Coast University Hospital (SCUH) opens in late 2016 it will revolutionise healthcare on the Coast and offer a range of free public hospital services.”
– Queensland Government, Queensland Health.
Lend Lease are highly impressed with the lights and their capability claiming the light spread is even better than expected.
Click here to view and download the PDF datasheet for the Andromeda Linear with motion sensor technology.
Sunshine Coast University Hospital Car Park
Over 1,500 of our Andromeda Linear luminiares illuminate the multi-deck P1 car park at the new $1.8 billion dollar hospital at Kawana - including a number of luminaires fitted with motion sensor technology.
- Reduced maintenance costs
- Great uniformity and output
- Motion sensors dim to 10% when no movement is detected within 8m