100w bajaj led street light for urban road lighting, with full die-cast aluminum housing, IK10 rating tempered glass, efficiency up to 170LM/W, tool-less buckle design, support horizontal and vertical mounted, knife Switch, level bubble, 10KV surge protection, meet all requirements of the bidding project.
Wide power range: 20W~240W
Luminaire efficacy: Up to 170 lm /w
70% energy saving, short ROI period
Up to 100, 000hrs @ L70, low maintenance cost
World-class, approbated quality components (LEDs /Driver /etc.)
Tool-less opening of driver box, ease of maintenance
Support horizontal and vertical mounted, suitable for different light poles
High-pressure die-cast aluminum and Tempered glass cover
More than 10 types of light distributions for optional
Power-off protection makes the power automatically off when the fixture is opened.
A smooth body would greatly diminish dust accumulation and bird droppings heap up.
Level bubble makes it easy for the installer to adjust the position of the lamp.
1500 hours salt spray test report.
Local roads, Express roads, Town roads, Residential area roads, Pedestrian crossings, Parking areas
|LED Brand||Lumileds 3030/5050|
|Driver Brand||Meanwell or Inventronics|
|Lamp Rated Luminous Efficiency||155-165 lm/w|
|Lamp Rated Lumen output||15500-16500lm (Lumen tolerance +/- 5%)|
|Color Rendering Index||70( 80 optional）|
|Color Temperature||3000 or 4000 or 5000 or 5700K|
|Optic (IESNA)||Type II Medium; Type III Medium|
|Optimal Operating Temperature||25°|
|Working Environment||Between-40°C~+50°C, 10%~90%RH|
|Total Harmonic Distortion||< 10%|
|Lumen Maintenance||> 100000 hours -L70, @25 ºC (77 ºF)|
|Wind Index||Force 12|
|Body||Die-cast aluminum Housing and Tempered glass|
|Pole Fitter Diameter||60mm ( 50mm optional)|
|Protection||Class I ( Class II optional)|
|SPD||10KV (20KV optional)|
|Dimming Options||1-10V or DALI or PWM or Timer|
|Available on request||NEMA socket (3/5/7pins), ZHAGA socket, Short cap, Photocell, Motion sensor, Knife switch, NTC, OLC, Solar Compatible, DALI Dimming|
What's the Difference Between Sodium Vapor and LED Lights?
The two technologies are completely distinct ways of generating light. Metals are vaporized into inert gas within the glass case of sodium vapor bulbs, whereas LEDs are a solid-state technology. Both technologies are extremely productive. The distinction is that in the 1970s, sodium vapor lamps were the most efficient technology, whereas LEDs are today's equivalent. Although sodium vapor lighting is more energy-efficient than almost any other technology (which is why it is used to light the streets of so many cities), it falls short of LEDs. LEDs and sodium vapor lights both emit electromagnetic radiation that covers a tiny part of the visible spectrum.LEDs, on the other hand, utilize far less energy to generate waste heat and offer a considerably wider range of high color rendering index options to the user (thus eliminating the monochromatic black appearance of objects illuminated by LPS and HPS bulbs).
How many watts does a street light use?
A high-pressure sodium street light can consume up to 1000 watts, while a 320-watt incandescent light from the 1900s was required. According to the US Department of Energy, some LED street lights use only 73 watts and produce a superior quality of light.
Fluorescent bulbs were employed in street lights from the 1950s through the 1970s, but they were replaced by high-pressure sodium lamps rated at 250 watts due to their low dependability and size. A 400-watt metal halide street light produces genuine, white light. Mercury vapor lamps were also introduced in the 1950s, with 100-watt bulbs used in streetlights, however, they were outlawed in 2008.
Why is the light from some street lights yellow/orange?
Gas discharge lamps, which are significantly more efficient than the tungsten filament 'light bulbs' you could use in your home, are utilized for street lighting. The elements in the lamps give the light emitted color, and the lighting engineer has a vast selection of lamps to choose from.
The most frequent light found in residential areas is the low-pressure sodium lamp, which is the most energy-efficient lamp available but has the downside of making it difficult to distinguish the real colors of cars and other things due to its intense yellow/orange color. High-pressure sodium lights, which are more commonly utilized in town centers, produce a soft, honey-colored light that improves the color depiction of street scenes.
Recent technological advances have resulted in the development of light-emitting diode (LED) lamps that provide a whiter light, have a longer life, and have extremely high-efficiency rates. They're likely to become the dominant choice for street lighting as prices drop.
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