Series D street light 60 watt in a factory in HENAN of China
Road lighting project in a factory in Henan, China, using 144 units of D-Series 65W LED street lights in 2012. The industrial-style design of these street lights fits perfectly with the factory. The luminaires illuminate the road for industrial material and product transportation, beautify the environment of this plant. They are energy-saving and efficient, with extremely high economic and cost-effectiveness.
|Street light 60 watt||ZGSM-LLD65WD||5000K||144pcs|
Note: D series led street lights have been discontinued and replaced by H series street lamps
People also ask
What are street lights?
Street lights, also known as street lamps, are luminous lighting systems on roads, streets, and public squares. They are usually activated and illuminated at night or at dark and extinguished after dawn. The basic function of a streetlight is to illuminate, with the additional function of being a work of art, a landmark, a signpost, a telephone booth, a message board, a letterbox, a meeting place, and advertising lightbox, a smart lamp post, etc. Historically, street lamps were used with gas, torches, candlesticks, lanterns, etc.
How do I determine the right light level of the street?
Facades, driveways, parks, cycling routes, and highways all require external illumination for a variety of reasons. Lighting, for example, can help with orientation, emphasize activities, promote safety, express characters, or stage events, depending on the situation.
The amount and kind of traffic are the two most important things to consider when it comes to street lighting. These two elements decide whether or not street lighting is required, and if so, what type of illumination is required.
The amount and kind of traffic on a roadway defines which lighting-class it belongs to in public spaces. These lighting classes are determined by municipalities and cities based on street lighting design criteria.
In Northern Europe, each country follows and specifies standard design guidelines. The more lighting classes you have, the more illumination you’ll need. In practice, the lighting level (which ranges from 1 to 6) controls the amount of light required and the uniformity of the light. Lighting levels in congested city centers can be as low as 1 or 2, while on calm streets they might be as high as 5 or 6.