Owasso, OK (June 9, 2020) – “I was honestly blown away by how much I like this new LED street light technology. It has improved my family’s quality of life.” That’s what Flagstaff, Arizona resident, Michael Finney, said about the new Crossroads LED street light that was recently installed by his home. “I sleep significantly […]
The historic Santa Fe Railyard in New Mexico is an exciting area for shopping, eating and events. The decorative fixtures in this historic area were becoming increasingly dim and troublesome, requiring an expensive and ongoing maintenance cycle.
In August of 2017, City officials announce a $20 million partnership with an energy service company to convert 20,000 HPS streetlights to LED technology. The City anticipated significant savings in electricity and maintenance over the LED bulb’s estimated 18 year lifespan.
Light pollution is the introduction of artificial light into the night sky. Artificial lighting is the primary cause of sky glow, obscuring the stars and creating perpetual twilight. Light pollution contributes to light trespass issues on public and private properties. Today, 80% of the US population cannot see the Milky Way.
Low Pressure Sodium (LPS) fixtures were an excellent choice for cities that require Dark Sky compliant lighting as well as astronomical observatories and environmentally sensitive areas.
CROSSROADS LED has released the latest generation of its patented and award-winning 130-watt “RT-ES4” LED retrofit luminaire. First released in 2013, the new retrofit luminaire for PAR and Ellipsoidal fixtures has an optical output of over 12,000 lumens and is capable of converting any 575W incandescent fixture to LED technology.