The company POHL, specialists for infrastructure, was commissioned with the technical implementation. They approached HANSELICHT from Lüneburg to find solutions for the details of the lighting and controller. Extensive project planning by HANSELICHT was imminent and reinforcements were called in.
HANSELICHT in North Frisia is very familiar with the customised production of luminaires and control technology, so they approached the managing director Tim Hansen. Business relations between these two companies have existed for a long time and interesting building projects have already been realised together. For example, they both developed a suitable luminaire for Priwall, a challenge they were happy to take on. Christian Gonnsen, the head of development at HANSEN, played a decisive role in the development of the luminaire.
The "Priwall special luminaire" was created, a seawater-resistant "acrylic rod" with a project-specific special circuit board in series connection.
"The advantage of this constant output current technology from HANSEN is that the ballasts and control units can be placed in a central location" praises HANSELICHT the LED technology from HANSEN. For the Priwall project, two converter cabinets are planned, equipped with the new converter generation from HANSEN.
Each individual "Priwall special luminaire" gets its own cable! This adds up to a total of 20 kilometres of cables that have to be installed. This technology also has to withstand wind and weather.
To top it all off, the LichtWART controller www.lichtwart.io is called in. It can be used to monitor and control the entire system. The current status of the installation can be viewed at any time on a PC, tablet or smartphone thanks to the LichtWART. In the event of a malfunction, the harbour master and the HANSELICHT service department are informed via cloud and/or e-mail. This allows a quick response, saving time and money.
Thanks to dynamic light control, the system can also only be operated as brightly as is necessary for safety. No unnecessary glare, energy costs can be kept in view and safety remains guaranteed.