Fitting PIR to Temporary Lighting

Wates’ Matthew Arnold School project is situated within a residential area. Due to its location, there is a larger risk of producing light pollution that can become a nuisance to local residents.

In order to prevent this, the site team have fitted their temporary lighting with passive infrared (PIR) sensors. These ensure that the lights are only active whilst someone is moving within their vicinity. As the lights are not constantly active, the risk of light pollution is reduced.

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Monitor report. Wates Construction. London. January 2020.


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