MEAN WELL Powering 345 George Street Sydney

Sydney Australia

bluebottle is an integrated solutions provider, specialising in lighting project, delivery and sales.  

Working in the commercial, exhibition and beautification sectors, bluebottle offers services ranging from full turn-key solution packages to the supply of lighting and control equipment. 

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A good example of their expertise is demonstrated in a recent a project at 345 George Street, Sydney. 

This project featured the Color Kinetics iColor Flex LMX gen2 flexible strands of large, high-intensity, full-color LED nodes. 

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The installation highlights the flexibility of the LMX strands and their design possibilities.  

Supplied & commissioned by bluebottle, designed by Ramus Illumination and installed by Kerfoot electrical contractors, 345 George St engages visitors in an immersive experience, demonstrating the capacity of light to create mood and presence. 

When it comes to power bluebottle use MEAN WELL. 

MEAN WELL power supplies offer excellent reliability yet remain remarkably affordable.  

The installation is powered by the RCP-1000-24 rackmount power supply.  

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12 units in total were used. 3 units are mounted in one MEAN WELL RCP-1U rack and connected in parallel, delivering up to 3000W of power per rack. This is made possible with MEAN WELL’s current sharing function.  

The MEAN WELL RCP-1000 power supplies are backed by a manufacturer’s 5-year warranty. More importantly, MEAN WELL has a long-established track record of manufacturing highly reliable power supplies. MEAN WELL was established in 1982, so installers can have peace of mind that support will be available should the need ever arise.  

If you are looking for a solutions provider to work on your lighting project, then contact bluebottle: 

1300 473 507 

For further information on MEAN WELL power supplies please contact ADM Systems: 

1300 236 467

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1 November 2019