Solar Park Lighting

Solar Park Lighting

Using sustainable, intuitive solar landscape lighting to increase safety and activity

Local recreational reserves, are hubs of activity that aim to improve physical and mental wellbeing. When illuminated, local communities are given more opportunities to access these public assets.

Recreational Reserve features such as playgrounds, sports courts, sidewalks and parking lots can all receive a valuable splash of light using Leadsun’s SMART solar LED lights. This is especially helpful for encouraging outdoor activity after sporting lights are turned off.

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What Our Clients Say

  • “Along with many Goulburn residents, I enjoy running this track early in the morning or later in the afternoon. The lights will be a great addition to the course, particularly in winter.”

    Local Federal Member

    Angus Taylor (Minister for Energy)
  • “Leadsun’s range of off-grid lighting are reliable and trust worthy. More than hundreds of AE series will be installed this year.”

    Lighting Project Head, Israel

  • “We’re so happy to see the solar lighting can work for our public park here. With the endless solar energy, we can relax and do some leisure sport under brightness. And we’re all impressed to know that we can use Leadsun APP to easily remote control the street lights. Fantastic, we’re very satisfied!”

    Local Residents

  • “It’s our first time cooperate with Leadsun, their profession and their hard-working attitude deeply impress us. With the wireless control system, we can remotely control & monitor the lights, we’re very satisfied with the performance and the reliability that the AE3C has been shown to us. And we’ll consider to use Leadsun off-grid lighting solution again for our other projects.”

    Project Manager, USA

  • “We’re happy with the performance, 100% off-grid solar powered warm light, which is perfectly matched with conservation and sustainable utilization of wetlands!”

    Amposta City Hall

  • “This beautiful place and the eco-friendly infrastructure will be a real contribution to tourism in the region.”

    President of the Republic of Chile

    Michelle Bachelet
  • “This solar lighting solution will operate at full brightness from Dusk to Dawn and allows commuters and patrons the convenience of an easy accessible and safe passage to and from this car park. This cost effective lighting solution has not only eased the traffic congestion for the community but it is a sustainable win for all.”

    Penrith City Council

    North Street Car Park

Optional EDGE Wireless Technology

Remotely monitor and configure your lighting control, manage battery consumption and detect failure warnings from anywhere in the world. Other features include an energy saving working mode function switch and real time GPS maps to name a few. 

Solar Park Lighting

Leadsun’s SMART solar lighting is a sustainable, off-grid and technologically flexible lighting solution. The system’s flexibility conserves power using the PIR motion sensor which allows the system to dim by 30%, thereby preserving power. The dimmed level of light provides enough light to ensure visibility and security. When the system detects movement from either a pedestrian or a vehicle, the unit turns on to 100% light output, thus facilitating clear hazard identification.

Using the EDGE system, Leadsun’s SMART solar lighting can be remotely controlled via a cloud based system that allows customers to identify battery life, charging levels and any faults with any of the lights installed.

The benefits of solar park lighting:

Cost-effective and power-conserving lighting solution 
Leadsun’s SMART solar lighting is ideal for parks and recreation reserves. Installation of the system does not require any underground trenching or cabling, thus offering huge economic savings. Due to the ease of installation, fast turn-around times are able to be achieved.

Enhanced community activity and connectivity
Solar park lighting increases the use time of recreational areas, thus contributing to a safer and more accessible environment for members of the community to bond.

Solar Landscape Lighting FAQ’s:

Lighting up 1km of a pedestrian pathway takes approximately 2 weeks to install. This is achieved as no underground electrical work is required. On the other hand, using traditional grid lighting for the same application would take approximately 12 weeks.

When used in parks and recreation reserves, Leadsun’s SMART solar lighting is extremely reliable. Using energy powered by the sun, Leadsun’s SMART solar lighting is immune to blackouts and brownouts. Additionally, Leadsun’s patented advanced battery technology extends the battery life and capacity.

Minimal maintenance is required with Leadsun’s SMART solar lighting technology. Thanks to the EDGE wireless monitoring system, each light in a project can be individually monitored and managed. Lowerable pole technology also allows for easy access to light fittings in the event where maintenance is required.

  • Huge economic advantage, with no in-ground cabling or expensive work crews required to install our intelligent solar path lights
  • Installation anywhere, with incredibly fast turn-around times due to easy-to-install lowerable pole technology
  • Increased usage times of reserves, contributing to a safer, healthier and more inviting environment


See solar park lighting in action

Buchanan Park – Berwick Skate Park Lighting

Community assets and public spaces in the City of Casey have experienced a spike in usage, thanks in part to the rapid population rise in the local area. One of the areas identified by its popularity was the Berwick Skate Park in Buchanan Park. Therefore, the City of Casey wanted to extend usage hours whilst creating a safe and inviting local environment through the implementation of lighting.

See the project in action here 

Tormore Reserve Facility

As part of Knox City Council’s Livable Streets Plan, the council made the decision to encourage more outdoor activity in the local community. As part of this plan, outdoor sporting facilities, a playground and new concrete pathways were constructed at the Tormore Reserve, and to increase community access, lighting was also included.

See the project in action here