Traditional street lanterns are massive consumers of electricity. Large electricity plants consume a huge amount of coal and carbon to let those lights of all highways and streets burn at least 8 hours a day.

But what if we can reduce energy consumption in urban areas up to 80% and still be illuminated? How can this be done?? LED technologies or LEDs come to the aid. In virtue of LED lights you can save up to 80% energy and receive remuneration in the form of the below listed advantages of LED lighting over conventional light sources:

  • Improved night visibility due to the higher light contrast and higher color rendering (color rendering index equals to 80-85);
  • Continuous operation time of LED is up to 100 000 hours (approximately 12 years) that is significantly higher than the life of conventional light sources;
  • High mechanical strength and vibrostability;
  • Reduced maintenance costs;
  • No mercury, lead or other toxic and harmful substances in LED components;
  • No flickering;
  • Reduction of the negative impact on the environment;
  • Opportunity to implement programmable management (for example two-level lighting);
  • You can not overload city (municipal) electricity networks at the moment of turning on LED lights (current consumed by LED lights is 0,3 – 0,7 A, in comparison with current consumed by conventional luminaires that is equal to 2,2 A and starting current of conventional luminaires that is 4,5A);
  • Opportunity to adjust brightness of lighting by reducing the supply voltage;
  • Instant ignition when the supply voltage is applied and stable operation at any temperature within the range from -60 to 40 ° C.

The application spectrum of LED lamps

LED street lamps are designed to light:

  • highways, urban roads, streets, squares, parks and yards;
  • logistics centers, industrial plants, adjacent areas;
  • retail and office centers;
  • transport facilities, railway transport etc.

LED lamps are perfectly combined with alternative power sources (solar panels and wind turbines) due to their low energy consumption.

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