SCHRÉDER HELPS THE CITY OF SAN JOSE ACHIEVE ITS GREEN VISION BY PROVIDING THE OWLET NIGHTSHIFT SYSTEM TO CONTROL MORE THAN 18,000 LUMINAIRES
21/04/2015, Project News
In one of the largest conversion projects ever launched in the U.S.A, the city of San Jose is retrofitting more than 18,000 fixtures equipped with low and high-presure sodium lamps to energy efficient LED luminaires equipped with the Owlet Nightshift control system.
The LuCo-PD also offers ambient light detection which acts as a failsafe in case the control network is disrupted to guarantee safety at all times.
|A total of 6,000 of these smart luminaires were installed for the inauguration in February. The entire installation will be finished for May. |
At the inauguration on 11th February, the Mayor of San José, Sam Liccardo said “We are celebrating a greener, brighter, smarter San Jose.”
Schréder is delighted to help cities like San Jose achieve their objectives of reducing their energy consumption and carbon footprint.