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Dialux simulation design of Road Street Lighting

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Case Study

Lighting Simulation of 100W LED Street Light use in highway road.

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Datasheet:  Datasheet_LED Street Light_MK-SA2-100+.pdf

Installation Manual:  Installation Manual_StreetLight_SA.pdf

IES files:  IES.zip

Video of SA LED Street Light

Street Profile ( Two-way six-lane )

Maintenance factor: 0.85 

Sidewalk 2: (Width: 2.000 m) 

Grass Strip 2 : (Width: 1.000 m) 

Roadway 2 : (Width: 10.500 m, 

Number of lanes: 3, tarmac: R3, q0: 0.070) 

Median 1: (Width: 1.000 m, Height: 0.000 m) 

Roadway 1: (Width: 10.500 m, Number of lanes: 3, tarmac: R3, q0: 0.070) 

Grass Strip 1:  (Width: 1.000 m) 

Sidewalk 1: (Width: 2.000 m)

Luminaire Arrangements

Street lighting lamp: 100W 3M 3030 

Luminous flux (Luminaire): 12993 lm 

Luminous flux (Lamps): 13000 lm 

Luminaire Wattage: 100.0 W 

Arrangement: Double row, opposing Pole 

Distance: 35.000 m 

Mounting Height (1): 10.000 m 

Height: 9.801 m 

Overhang (2): 1.000 m 

Boom Angle (3): 5.0 ° 

Boom Length (4): 1.500 m

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Dialux simulation design of Road Street Lighting

Dialux simulation design of Road Street Lighting

Dialux simulation design of Road Street Lighting
SERIES SA 100W STREET LIGHTINGSERIES SA EVO 100W STREETLIGHTSERIES SE 100W LED STREET LIGHT

Dialux simulation design of Road Street Lighting

Dialux simulation design of Road Street Lighting

Dialux simulation design of Road Street Lighting

SERIES SD2 STREET LIGHTING LAMPSSERIES SD1 BRIDGE STREET LIGHTINGSERIES G STREET LIGHTING LEDS

Result:

Calculation Field   ListStandard: EN 13201
Valuation   Field Roadway(All lighting performance requirements are met.)
Selected   Lighting Class: ME3aLav [cd/m²U0UlTI [%]SR
Calculated values:1.340.710.82140.87
Required values according to class: ≥ 1.00≥ 0.40 ≥ 0.70≤ 15≥ 0.50
Fulfilled/Not fulfilled:

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Case study of LED Street Light.pdf

Specification_SE_LED Street Light.pdf

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Table 1 — M lighting classes in BS EN 13201-2:2015

Class

The luminance of the road surface of the carriageway for the dry
 and wet road surface condition

Disability glareLighting of surroundings

Dry conditionsWetDry conditionsDry conditions

 L
[minimum
maintained]
cd·m2

Uo
[minimum]


Ul a

[minimum]


Uowb

[minimum]


fTIc

[maximum]%


REId

[minimum]







M12,000,400,700,15100,35
M21,500,400,700,15100,35
M31,000,400,600,15150,30
M40,750,400,600,15150,30
M50,500,350,400,15150,30
M60,300,350,400,15200,30

a.  Longitudinal uniformity (Ul) provides a measure of the conspicuity of the repeated pattern of bright and dark patches on the road surface and as such is only relevant to visual conditions on long uninterrupted sections of road and should therefore only be applied in such circumstances. The values stated in the column are the minimum recommended for the specific lighting class, however,   they may be amended where specific circumstances appertaining to the road layout or use are determined by analysis or where specific national requirements appertain.

b. This is the only criterion for wet road conditions. It may be applied in addition to criteria for the dry condition in accordance with specific national requirements. The values stated in the column may be amended where specific national requirements appertain.

c.  The values stated in the column is the maximum recommended for the specific lighting class, however, they may be amended where specific national requirements appertain.

d . This criterion shall be applied only where there are no traffic areas with their own lighting requirements adjacent to the carriageway. The values shown are tentative and may be amended where specific national or individual scheme requirements are specified. Such values may be higher or lower than the values shown, however, care should be taken to ensure adequate illumination of the areas is provided. BS EN 13201-2-2015.pdf

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People also ask

How is lux level calculated for street lighting?

Calculation: Streetlight watts required = (lux X street surface area per square meter)/lumen per watt. Streetlamp watts required = (6 X 1) / 20

What is the distance between street lights?

30 m and 50 m

Optical lenses play an important role, allowing lighting designers to adjust and adjust the propagation of light to suit the illuminated area and choose the most economical solution. So how far apart are they? You might see street lights spaced about. 30m to 50m apart - they are usually closer together at junctions and curves.

What is the distance between 2 lamp posts?

The spacing between the two poles should be about 2.5-3 times the height of the pole. Shorter light poles should be installed at close intervals. The density along the corridor, the speed of travel, and the type of light source will also determine the desired height and spacing.



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