October 27, 2009...Bolling Air Force Base in Washington, D.C. has harnessed the light from LEDtronics LED fixtures. In use since it was founded in 1918 on the east side of the Potomac River, Bolling AF Base is home of the USAF 11th Wing, "The Chief's Own." Once an important airfield in the Air Force's inventory,
About 200 LEDtronics LED30MH-600-XPW-001 high-power, acorn-style street lamps light up the Bolling AF base’s Angell Street. Several different LED lighting products from LEDtronics are used in the project.
A set of SLL003PC-400-XPW-005 ceiling/wall Slim Line Shoebox luminaires illuminate the pedestrian tunnel; another set of SLL003P-400-XPW-004 pole-mount Slim Line Shoebox luminaires, 27 watts each, lights the walkway leading into and out of the tunnel (they usually replace 70-watt HPS or Metal Halide lamps), and in the SLL002P-3D60W-XPW-004 M400 Cobrahead-style streetlight luminaires replaces 200-250-watt HPS lamps with an 82-watt LED fixture.