Series D street light fitting on a new city road in Wenchuang of China
In 2008, Wenchuan, Sichuan was hit by a massive earthquake that reduced the city to rubble. You can see from these photos how ZGSM Series-D street light fitting was involved in the reconstruction of the city. 1000 units of new LED street lights were installed on the main roads of the county, helping this once riddled county town regain its modern prosperity. Under the bright white light of 6500K CCT, citizens feel civilized and safe again.
|60W street light fitting||ZGSM-LD60WD||6500K||250pcs|
|90W street light fitting||ZGSM-LD90WD||6500K||250pcs|
|120W street light fitting||ZGSM-LD120WD||6500K||500pcs|
Note: D series led street lights have been discontinued and replaced by H series street lamps
People also ask
How much do street light poles cost?
A consumer light pole is far less costly than a street light pole. The typical cost of street light pole is between $2,000 and $3,000. This does not include installation. The cost of installation varies by city, but the average is roughly $1,000. Installing street light poles is more difficult and takes up more space.
Because there are so many variables that go into the cost of a single light post, it may be difficult for municipalities to predict expenses when a vast area has to be covered. The street pole’s position is also a consideration. Installation of city street light poles is less expensive than installation in difficult-to-reach regions or on specific types of architecture, such as highways or bridges.
How much does it cost to install a street light?
A street light will typically cost between $2,000 and 3,000 dollars. Depending on where you live, installing a street light might cost up to $1,000. However, prices might vary greatly. The lighting system and power source used will have an influence on the cost of installation as well as the cost of maintaining those street lights.
When making a purchase choice, consider both the installation cost and the cost throughout the life of the light pole. LED street lights, for example, will cost more to install than incandescent lights, and there is a substantial difference in how much electricity they consume monthly. Your lighting system’s energy efficiency, as well as the cost of replacement, man-hours, and how the light pole functions, will all be factors to consider.
Different places and scenery are also taken into account. Certain forms of lighting will perform better in certain regions.
What is the typical distance between street light poles?
It may surprise you to learn that there is a standard distance between light poles. Recommendations are made based on the best lighting options. It’s surprising considering many communities don’t have a standard in place.
The optimal distance is 29 meters. This is a precise calculation based on the height of the light pole and the area it will illuminate. The measurement is 2 to 3 times the height of the light pole, with 2.5 times serving as a guideline. Exact spacing improves the uniformity of illumination on the roadway.
Most of the time, the spacing between lights is not exact. Some light poles maybe 29 meters apart, while others may be 50 meters apart. The spacing will often be determined by the street architecture. If there are no residences or businesses in the neighborhood, there may be few reasons to light it.