The Mayflower Complete Lighting Control Central Management System (CMS) allows full dynamic control and monitoring of each individual lighting unit using low power radio and GPRS/3G communication. Discrete infrastructure installed on lighting units receives and transmits data to the office enabling full and effective asset management.
Now, for the first time, the user can dynamically control each individual lighting unit from a laptop or mobile device.
Whether it’s new or existing lighting or signage installations, Mayflower can give you the power to take control.
The Mayflower CMS has received Elexon approval and can now be used as an equivalent meter for measuring energy usage.
In the last few years, Mayflower has won several large contracts to supply Street Lighting PFI Projects with its remote monitoring equipment, including the South Coast, Nottingham and Knowsley PFIs. The Hampshire PFI project alone will include installation of approximately 150,000 Mayflower Nodes. Mayflower’s current installation programme is in excess of 320,000 units.
This year’s Earth Hour 2017 will take place on Saturday the 25th March. Mayflower is pleased and proud to announce we will be assisting Southampton City Council in switching off up to 15,000 of its street lights across the city. Participating
Mayflower Smart Control will be attending and exhibiting at the Highway Electrical Association (HEA) One Day Technical Conference supported by the Highway Electrical News and in liaison with the ILP Northern and Northern Eastern Regions will be held on Wednesday 29th
Mayflower received an invitation from the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) to give a presentation on our highly successful Mayflower CMS system, and the potential it has in the future of Smart Cities. The event took place at Reading University on the
John Pratt who has been with Mayflower Smart Control since its inception said “I’m delighted to still be part of the Mayflower team at this exciting time within the industry.” Patrick Mitchell who delivered the award to John said ” I’m
Mayflower are pleased to announce we shall be exhibiting at the ILP Professional Lighting Summary 2017 in Glasgow on the 14th and 15th June. This prestigious event is held every year and is 2 full days of discussions and workshops
The Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) is one of the world’s largest engineering institutions, with over 167,000 members in 150 countries. It’s aim is to inspire, inform and influence all of those involved in engineering. Last year the IET
As the holiday season is upon us, we find ourselves reflecting on the past year and those who have helped to shape our business. It’s been quite a year for us all! We at Mayflower hope that 2016 has been
Mayflower recently attended and exhibited at this year’s HEA Awards at the Celtic Manor in Cardiff on the 3rd November.
Technical Sales Manager Steve Green with our distribution partners in Melbourne Mayflower were delighted to exhibit at the Australian Smart Lighting Summit 2016 in Melbourne during September. Mayflower Managing Director Patrick Mitchell attended as guest speaker at the Summit, which
We are pleased to announce Mayflower will be exhibiting at the Australian Smart Lighting Summit in Melbourne on the 6th and 7th September 2016. Patrick Mitchell MD will also be speaking about the exciting new projects and products Mayflower are
Mayflower are proud to be attending and exhibiting at the HEA Annual Conference and Exhibition 2016 at Celtic Manor Hotel in Cardiff on November 3rd 2016. We have attended this prestigious event since our inception and last year were finalists
New smart city technology in Hampshire has reduced the county’s energy consumption for street lighting by 50%. Street lighting specialist Mayflower, part of SSE Enterprise Contracting, has installed nearly 150,000 smart Nodes across the Hampshire County Council area since 2010.
An innovative street-lighting management system has helped one of England’s largest county councils reduce its energy use, bringing significant cost and carbon savings. Mayflower Central Management System, designed to remotely manage, monitor and vary light output, has been installed to over 155,000 of Hampshire County Council’s street lights helping achieve significant financial savings and reduced CO2 emissions by around 4,000 tonnes. That’s equivalent to the CO2 emitted from around 1600 cars every year. The installation of the technology began in 2010 through the Hampshire County Council Street Lighting Private Finance Initiative (PFI) and is set to be installed to over 150,000 lights by 2015. The innovative technology will allow Hampshire County Council to better control and vary the light output…
A major redevelopment of the “Heart of Slough” has given the Authority the opportunity to install the latest Mark 2 version of Mayflower. The major road running through Slough itself is the busy A4, which forms part of the “Heart of Slough” regeneration. The Mayflower Central Management System (CMS) provides the Authority with enhanced control over this lighting, allowing dimming and switching as well as reporting electrical faults.
This Project includes the replacement of approximately 35,000 units of street lighting apparatus (the majority of which will be completed in the first 5 years) and the maintenance of approximately 42,000 units over the 25-year period. The Mayflower Central Management System is also being installed, enabling the streetlights to be monitored and controlled remotely, to report faults and to be dimmed for certain periods during the night. Nottingham City Council will realise savings in carbon emissions and energy consumption from this project. Over the 25-year period, it is anticipated that there will be a saving of approximately 54,500 tonnes of CO2 emissions and the energy consumption will be reduced by approximately 27% due to the installation of more efficient street…
The Knowsley Street Lighting PFI includes the replacement of almost 12,000 columns and over 20,000 illuminated traffic signs and bollards within the first four years of the project. A sizeable reduction in energy consumption and CO2 emissions is predicted due to more energy efficient lighting equipment and the installation of the Mayflower Complete Lighting Control System.
The Mayflower Complete Lighting Control Central Management System (CMS) allows individual street lights to be monitored, switched and light output to be dynamically controlled.
This consists of three key products: the Node, the Sub Master and the Back Office System. These three products, together with a Socket which allows a Node or Sub Master to be fitted to a Lantern, communicate and provide a comprehensive system of control and monitoring.
As a market leader, Mayflower provides a 21st Century solution for the management of exterior lighting and associated illuminated equipment. As such, the Mayflower Complete Lighting Control CMS comprises a number of different patented products.