Designed primarily for use in the public transport sector at bus stops and railway stations as a lower power alternative to LEDs, Nexus Alpha LPS ultra low power demand signage has been leading the field for many years, setting new benchmarks. Our core CHRONOS range has been installed by many clients over the years, and is ideal for sites where power provision is a challenge. Our new SOLARIS range combines solar lighting with real-time information display, perfect for remote shelters. All systems includes audio as standard.
The energy reaching Earth every day from the sun is approximately 11,000 times more than that generated by our all planetary power stations (be they nuclear, gas, coal, or renewables-based). Harnessing this free energy and providing local power for signage saves money and eliminates CO2 emissions from grid power generation.
Using flexible solar panels on the top of the shelter is convenient and provides a cost-effective mounting arrangement, also reducing visual impact.
Alternatively, panels and mounting arrangements can be provided customised to site conditions, reducing costs whilst making a public statement around sustainability through the use of solar.
Nexus Alpha LPS has over a decade of experience with low power technology and has developed advanced electronics and software to optimize power capture and storage for remote off grid systems.
Historically our systems have been lead acid based, but with the improvements in lithium based cells along with reducing costs we are shifting to lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4) and lithium-titanate-oxide (LTO) batteries. Our systems supply the perfect combination, highly efficient down to temperatures other technologies cannot reach, we can adapt systems to site characteristics: system load, solar potential, use, etc.
Nexus Alpha LPS has over a decade of experience with low power technology and has developed advanced electronics and software to optimize power capture and storage.
We have extensive experience with lead acid, lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4) and lithium-titanate-oxide (LTO) battery technology, and can supply the perfect combination appropriately scaled, dependent on site characteristics and location, panel size and power demand.