BEKA Schréder supplies emergency lighting solution in Letaba Hospital

B.EKA Schréder supplied the emergency lighting in Letaba Hospital in Limpopo Province, South Africa. Since this new lighting system, the level of security has increased and the number of incidents has decreased dramatically.

BEKA SOLARBEKA SOLAR devices with LEDLUME-MINI LED street lights illuminate the streets on the hospital grounds

The lighting solution consisted of BEKA SOLAR units and the BEKA SERIES 30 LED bulkheads for general area lighting. The BEKA SOLAR devices were supplied with LEDLUME-MINI LED street lights to illuminate the streets on the hospital grounds. The area lighting in front of the staff housing was provided with BEKA SOLAR units, which were supplied with decorative ZELA LED post tops. A solar lighting solution was chosen to provide patient safety without being negatively affected by load shedding. In addition, energy savings were an added benefit.

The BEKA SOLAR was developed and manufactured in South Africa and offers a renewable lighting solution to work reliably in all of our challenging African environmental conditions. It has sufficient autonomy to cope with up to four continuously cloudy or rainy days and continue its reliable night-time operation. The BEKA SOLAR is theft and vandal-proof. Various battery technologies are available to meet specific customer requirements.

The BEKA SERIES 30 was installed on the outside of the building. This range of LED bulkhead lights has been developed for decorative and efficient bulkhead lighting applications in modern architectural environments. It was made locally from high quality materials and thanks to the LED technology is energy efficient and very low maintenance.

BEKA Schréder develops and produces energy-efficient LED lighting products on site, which are designed and suitable for the local conditions. We are very proud to be working with the Ministry of Health and Welfare and Leshika Consulting Engineers to provide a successful lighting solution for this project.

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