LONDON — Bespoke Lighting (Birkenhead, England), who recently merged with
LEDtronics, Inc. (Los Angeles, Calif), has developed a method of illuminating
chandeliers using light emitting diodes (LEDs) in an effort to reduce energy consumption
and maintenance costs at Buckingham Palace in London
The project was undertaken at the request of The Royal Household and the center
room chandelier has all 32 twenty-five watt tungsten lamps were removed, and
a low voltage system controlling 2.8 watt light emitting diode lamps were installed
initiating an energy saving in excess of 80%. The next re-lamping will not be
needed to be scheduled until 2020.
The next chandelier to be converted will be fitted with a warmer version of
LED lamps, perfectly recreating the color temperature of tungsten lamps. "The
aesthetics of the respective rooms is a major consideration and consequently
we needed an option on the color of the lamps," said Pervaiz Lodhie, president
and founder of LEDtronics and co-owner of Bespoke Lighting International. "We
are now perfecting an LED candle lamp for The Palace that will again assist
them in their commitment to saving energy."
"We also recently worked jointly with Bespoke in illuminating the Grand
Staircase in Buckingham Palace [see picture below]. We installed around 32,000
LED’s which included a combination of warm white combined with red, green
and blue LED’s giving a range of several thousand color temperatures.
The system is controlled remotely by radio transmitter."
Call LEDtronics for more information on this Chandelier LED bulb:
23105 Kashiwa Court
Torrance, CA 90505
toll free 800-579-4875
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or contact our representative in United Kindom at:
Bespoke Lighting International
116 Chester Street
Wirral, CH415DL, United Kingdom
See this link for other LED Chandelier bulbs: DEC01-B10E12