Converting sodium lights to LEDs: Spending to save (energy)
Although replacing all of West Richland’s 1,097 streetlight fixtures with LEDs made long-term financial sense, the project came with a hefty pricetag. However, the energy-saving measure was eligible for a series of grants and incentives.
Converting sodium lights to LEDs
Small Washington city makes history with streetlight-driven energy metering....
Streetworks Verdeon LED roadway luminaire from Eaton
Achieve maximum pole spacing and uniformity when replacing 50- to 150-watt high...
SSG Series UPS units from Falcon Electric
Uninterruptible power supply (UPS) solves power problems for intelligent traffic...
Streetlights save money
Wireless technology is turning streetlighting into extremely valuable public works real estate.
Pros and cons of solar-powered streetlights
Having led the LED charge, municipalities lower costs further by using the sun and...
MultiSense MC-60 security camera from Sensera
Cloud-based solution for monitoring roadways, jobsites, and other remote facilities.
Two new utility vehicles from Bobcat
Tow 2150 lbs. or haul 1,900 lbs. to hard-to-reach jobsites using a gasoline or...
AL5 vertical light tower from Terex
The traditional light tower with 30-foot laydown mast is still available.
Compactor for small-medium asphalt projects
This highly maneuverable and fuel-efficient vibratory roller features intuitive...