The Advantages of Street LED Light

For years, the consumption of public lighting is very enormous. In some large cities street lights may account for one-third of all municipal energy costs. So, almost all people would like to find a way to save energy. In this case, LED technology has been developed. It can be used in many fields, such as: LED lighting, LED TV set, LED displayer, and so on. Many of them are so closed to our daily life. A street LED light is an integrated light that uses light emitting diodes (LED) as its light source.

Now, LEDs has gotten more and more popular. This thank to its advantages, here are some examples: led lights6

The very important advantage of LEDs is that they are highly energy efficient. Since LEDs use only a fraction of the energy of an incandescent light bulb there is a dramatic decrease in power costs. Small LED flashlight bulbs will extend battery life 10 to 15 times longer than with incandescent bulbs.

LED bulbs and diodes have an outstanding operational life time expectation of up to 100.000 hours. LED bulbs last up to 10 times longer than compact fluorescents.  

LEDs are lukewarm to the touch and therefore carry less risk of causing an accidental fire or burn.

LEDs are eco-environment. No UV radiation produces no ultra violet or infrared light.

LEDs will improve lighting conditions throughout the cities for drivers and pedestrians alike.
Smart LED streetlights enable the city to monitor energy consumption and provide the opportunity to dim lighting levels during late evenings. It is proving to be a compelling starting point for most smart city initiatives around the world. LED Lighting is changing the landscape of outdoor lighting, and many manufactures offers hundreds of roadway, street and outdoor LED fixtures to meet your specific application needs.


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