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Adding style and aesthetic influences to a lighting system with LED technology is never straightforward. Attention to colour, glare, thermal management, longevity, electronic drive, EMC and IP all need to be carefully considered. In McGeoch’s design and development process, great empasis has been placed on all these considerations which has resulted in an aesthetically pleasing yet robust and compliant rail lighting solution. Careful light measurements have been taken throughout the entire design phase to ensure that the criteria and group standards are met. McGeoch is also now able to provide a fluorescent lighting replacement solution based upon LED technology. Although already common for the replacement of such items as halogen down lights, indicator bulbs, illuminated signs, traffic lights, and portable lighting, the use of LED technology for the mainstream interior illumination of railway carriages has not been achieved until now.
McGeoch has developed a comprehensive, highly cost effective and environmentally friendly range of LED lighting to illuminate railway carriage ceilings, walls, steps, toilets and vestibules. Already installed and proven in rolling stock by several major rail operating companies, our new range of LED Rail Lighting is providing an aesthetically pleasing alternative to traditional fluorescent lighting and, quite simply, brightening up the way their rail travellers travel. Our new range also includes LED junction, trackside, pit lane and harsh area lighting - rugged, completely weatherproof and ideal for night-time illumination and maintenance operations as well as those in the very darkest pit lanes of loco sheds . . .