LED Strip Lights co. respond to RGB LED upgrade for German City Town Square
Oct 19, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
The city installed 36 metres worth of LED strip lighting fixtures into the ground and the suppliers Insta Elektro also provided a touch screen strip light controller panel system that allows a moderator to gear the colour of lights to the specific colour of a festival - much like the Empire State Building in New York changes the colours of its LEDs to promote a holiday or sponsor.
On the 14th of October, LED magazine said that The Buschmannshof Bus Station and town square area was renovated at the beginning of 2012 and the LED lighting has followed the upgrade this with its installation and unveiling at the city's Wanner Mondnächte festival this year.
A spokesperson from LED Strip Lights co. responded to the news by saying, "This is a great development for people thinking about crossing over to LED lights. The Germans are renowned for their efficiency and have generated a fantastic demand for solar energy with their campaign to use more renewable energy sources - this move to install LED strip lights into the Buschmannshof Bus Station and Town Square shows that the use of LEDs is seriously recognised as a significantly more efficient method of using lighting energy.
"Besides their campaign to reduce their consumption of energy in Germany, the continued development and renovation of German town centres is significantly improved by the use of LED lighting - the controls Insta Elektro have supplied allow the colours to really make a change to the mood and atmosphere of the town - that's the magic of LED lighting."
LED Strip Lights co. is a leading LED company based in the UK. With a rapidly expanding collection of lights, the company provides both domestic and commercial LED lighting solutions, including LED transformers and drivers and strip light controllers. Using the latest LED technology, customers can make significant energy savings.
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