Dayboro Rugby League and Moreton Bay Council- Case Study

Site Name and ClientDayboro Rugby League and Moreton Bay Council
Luminaires Used16 x Sports PRO PNB G3
Type of Sport/sRugby League
Level of PlayAmateur Competition
Ave. LuxMin/AveMin/Max
AS4282 ComplianceA3-Medium district BrightnessL2 – Pre-Curfew
Other considerationsNational Light Pollution Guidelines for Wildlife
Certified InstallerBig Country Electrical
Independent AuditorBuilding Services Design – Lionel Ferris
Scope of WorksRetrofitMinor Electrical Upgrade
Project Budget~$70,000
Date CommissionedDecember 2023
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Dayboro Rugby League is situated in the middle of a very large showground. It was a challenging job, because the 4 poles are only 18m high and it was essential that spill light was minimised.

The site originally had 4x 2000W metal halide fittings per pole, and they were only just delivering training level lux and uniformity. With the installation of the 1250W Jasstech Sports PRO, the site now can play senior night games and also has the opportunity to dim for training nights; thereby reducing their energy consumption even further.

Big Country Electrical installed the Jasstech Sports PRO lights and have said that it is the easiest light to install that they have ever used.

Jasstech can help your club or your client to achieve their lighting goals.

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