Santa Fe Public Parks Shine with Qnuru’s 100% Solar LED Light Fixtures
Sep 7, 2010 The Qnuru energy efficient lighting fixtures were installed in the city of Santa Fe. The lighting fixtures named the “Santa Fe” in honor of the city that inspired their design, illuminate Frenchy’s Field Park, a 17-acre “natural park” that occupies an important link in the city’s open-space network of trails and parks, Salvador Perez and Monica Lucero parks.
The luminaires were commissioned by the Santa Fe Parks Division and designed for Qnuru by Tom Joyce, a MacArthur-award winning metal smith whose sculptures have been exhibited at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC, the Boston Museum of Fine Art, and the Musee Des Arts Decoratifs in Paris. The fixtures are ETL-Listed, dark-sky friendly and made in the U.S.
The Qnuru Santa Fe luminaires provide powerful, reliable solar-powered LED illumination for locations where electrical trenching is cost prohibitive and design aesthetics paramount, including parks, trailheads, wildlife areas, parking lots and facility perimeters. Unlike many solar-powered fixtures which “expose” their photovoltaic (PV) panels, the Santa Fe luminaire provides “invisible” solar-powered illumination by virtue of camouflaging the PV panels in an elegantly designed, pole mounted head enclosure that is protected by a convex, clear, impact-resistant lens.
Author: BIO T&T
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