Dextra provides lighting to Gloucester school

Dextra provides lighting to Gloucester school

With a philosophy built on the commitment to provide the best possible environment in which its children can flourish and achieve, school lighting has played a key role in enhancing that ethos further at Gloucester based Beech Green Primary School.

It is the latest in a long line of education lighting projects undertaken in schools, colleges and universities for Dextra Lighting, which collaborated with consultant Atkins at Beech Green. Both the school and Atkins opted for bi-directional T5 fluorescent lighting. Duet T5 fluorescent lighting is suspended with an integral sensor- the REAi 14 mini head.

The fittings are all dimmable and in classrooms are linked with a Bus Lite power supply unit to enable all lights to be switched and dimmed together manually as an override. This gives the school flexibility to use presence detection in the break out areas and utilise absence detection in the classrooms.

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