The comprehensive modernisation of the lighting in the village of Belince was a frequent and burning topic of citizens. The original public lighting system contained luminaires that gradually became morally and technically obsolete and no longer met the basic requirements for public lighting. Conventional lighting technology had to be replaced by something newer, better quality and, above all, more economical.

The representatives of the municipality of Belince were approached by the offer of the sales representatives of the company LED-SOLAR, s.r.o. in the form of LED luminaires designed for the illumination of traffic roads, intersections, roads and sidewalks or public spaces. The proven LED luminaires for public lighting from the LED Street SII luminaire model range have an excellent reputation. Tens of thousands of them have been produced so far for public lighting in cities and towns at home and abroad. Complaints about this model range of luminaires are indeed minimal.

Modernisation of the village lighting - luminaires

The LED luminaires of the LED Street SII group stand out due to their robust construction. The luminaire body made of aluminium alloy with numerous ribs allows efficient cooling of the LED modules. This significantly extends the lifetime of the LED luminaire and increases its reliability. The quality of the LED Street SII luminaire also lies in the use of top-quality components from renowned world manufacturers. LEDs of the American manufacturer CREEare implemented on high quality aluminium joints. The luminaire's optical system is provided by the use of products from the Finnish company LEDiL, which is a world leader in the manufacture of optical systems for LED luminaires. Electronic ballasts of global brands Tridonic or Mean Wellare installed in the LED Street SII luminaires according to the circumstances or customer requirements.


Overall, the upgrading of the village's lighting has brought several significant benefits. These were reflected in a considerable saving of consumed electricity, which exceeded 50%. The new LED public lighting also means a reduction in overall annual maintenance costs. The new public lighting system ensured greater uniformity and intensity of illumination of the illuminated areas. Ultimately, this means greater safety of movement for all road users on municipal roads. Last but not least, we should not forget the crime prevention that the modernisation of the municipality's public lighting has brought for the safety of Belinets' property and citizens.


Belince Municipality