Do the newly installed LED street lights have current/future capability for the 5G network?

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Dear Southend on Sea Borough Council,

Do new LED street lights being/newly installed in Southend on Sea have future technology/capability for 5G network?

Will they have to be replaced or updated at further cost when the government and mobile phone (and other related) companies implement the 5G network across England?

Yours faithfully,
Max Flatley

Southend FOI requests, Southend-on-Sea City Council

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Daniel Howard

 

 

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Debee Skinner, Southend-on-Sea City Council

Dear Mr Flatley

 

In response to your Freedom of information request number 6540, in which
you asked the following questions

 

1.      Do new LED street lights being/newly installed in Southend on Sea
have future technology/capability for 5G network?

2.      Will they have to be replaced or updated at further cost when the
government and mobile phone (and other related) companies implement the 5G
network across England?

 

I can confirm that a search for the information has been completed.

 

1.      The control module on the street light is a 7 pin NEMA socket.
Pins 1, 2 and 3 are for command and control, Pins 4 and 5 are for dimming,
Pins 6 and 7 are for smart city applications currently being trialled are
sensors monitoring noise and water levels, potentially these 2 pins could
be used to support other emerging technologies such as 5G

2.      See response above

 

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Department, PO Box 6, Civic Centre, Victoria Avenue, Southend-on-Sea,
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exhausted the Council’s complaints procedure. The Information Commissioner
can be contacted at: The Information Commissioner’s Office, Wycliffe
House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire, SK9 5AF.

 

Kind regards

 

Debee Skinner | Business Intelligence Officer | Southend-on-Sea Borough
Council

 

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