Thorn Lighting Isaro Pro provides the perfect solution for a safer street fund initiative


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Isaro Pro LED lights from Thorn Lighting, a lighting brand of the Zumtobel Group, were installed as part of an extensive replacement program for more than 157 street lights in the Salthouse Road area of ​​Barrow-in-Furness. The renovation project was undertaken by Cumbria County Council after a successful bid by the Police Crime Commission Office to the 2020 Safer Streets Fund initiative and the Home Office funded Community Safety Partnership Project. It addresses the issue of poor lighting in dark streets to make the area a safer place for the whole community. Thorn’s Isaro Pro LED lights were specifically designed to meet Cumbria County Council exact specifications which included configuring and programming the bulbs to ensure optimum optical performance and light levels. Isaro Pro is a stylish, robust and high performance LED street light that provides a truly futuristic lighting solution. The Isaro Pro is a completely sustainable luminaire that offers long life and low energy consumption, and has been specifically designed to prevent light pollution and minimal harm to the environment. With a lifespan of 100,000 hours, an efficiency of up to 139lm/W, and control options including wireless RF, the Isaro Pro ensures years of reliable performance at an exceptionally low cost of ownership, making it an ideal choice for both new and retro projects. With a light output of up to 9,500 lumens, the Isaro Pro is powerful enough to meet a wide range of street lighting requirements for side roads, residential areas, and parking lots. The unique R-PEC optic system enables the Isaro Pro to provide unprecedented optical flexibility with a choice of 14 light distributions that deliver highly efficient and comfortable illumination exactly when needed. The Barrow project will help Cumbria County Council address several key criteria, including improved lighting levels with efficient and effective lighting, increased energy efficiency and reduced carbon emissions, into a surprisingly low-cost solution. “This project demonstrates the council’s ability to work with partner organizations and communities to improve public services by pursuing opportunities to secure additional funding to improve our highways and transportation infrastructure,” commented Ian Harker, Cumbria County Council Lighting Director. For more information on Thorn Lighting, please visit the website.


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