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SNS Member Litho-Circuits Commended at SEAI Energy Show

 

The Management and Staff at Litho Circuits took great pride in accepting commendation for The Shannon Lantern,  at the SEAI Energy Show 2019 in the RDS, Dublin.

 

Since 2017 recognition for their ambition to create a sustainable lighting solution for the future has been acknowledged at the SEAI Energy Shows winning in the Lighting Category with the MicroPlus Street Light (2017),  SOX20-28-32W LED Bulb (2018) and winning Commendation for Driver on-board Warehouse Light – LED High Bay UF150DR (2018) as well as commendation again in 2019 for The Shannon Lantern.

 

Colm Egan, Technical Development Manager, said “it’s a fantastic achievement for Litho Circuits to win again this year. A lot of thought goes into the development of our products and it’s great for all the team to receive this acknowledgment. We’re looking forward to a busy second half to the year with lots of exciting street lighting projects in the pipeline.”

 

The Shannon Lantern

The Shannon LED Lantern, manufactured in Ireland by  Harte Outdoor Lighting offers a cost effective, energy saving lighting solution. The gear tray, supplied by Litho-Circuits (SEAI/TripleE Approved) has been used to retrofit lights throughout Ireland in housing such as WRTL, Albany and DW Windsor Lanterns.  Some of their work is seen in Limerick City and County, Clare,  Monaghan, Cavan, Donegal and the prestigious Trinity College Dublin. This gear tray incorporates the latest Microled Plus Technology which can achieve 150/160 LM/W, 2,700K giving up to 75% savings over traditional lighting solutions.

 

The Shannon Lantern comes with optic systems including high purity glass lenses -96% and low absorption (less than 5%). The lenses generate different geometric forms when scattering light beams emitted by the Microled Plus device, providing symmetric and asymmetric distribution of different angles and planes.

 

Congratulation from everyone at SNS a fantastic achievement for Litho-Circuits.