LED Based lighting

LED Based lighting

Enhancing safety in car parks and basement garages and reducing energy and maintenance costs are key considerations when it comes to optimizing lighting.

Whether we park our vehicles in a parking garage or in multi-level parking lots, lighting systems play a significant role in our experience. We are always pleased when the circulating through these spaces is easy and safe. Light meets two fundamental goals: it ensures user safety and simplifies user guidance through these areas. An economical parking lot lighting system with an extended lifespan is an additional boon. Today’s smart lighting systems meet a variety of these needs.

Parking facilities users should be able to clearly see all direction indicators as well as angles and people who circulate throughout the facilities. Maximum visibility will greatly reduce the risk of accidents and improve user safety.

To achieve this objective, parking areas should ideally:
  • Install lighting fixtures that are evenly distributed throughout the space.
  • Illuminate vertically as well as horizontally.
  • Ensure elevated light intensity.
  • Reduce the glare factor.
  • Eliminate dark areas.
  • Ensure immediate illumination to avoid any waiting time.

A well-proportioned and smart blend of horizontal and vertical lighting is the ideal setting. The first lighting form ensures the desired consistency as well as heightened visibility of the outline of objects. The second reduces shadow areas and provides better awareness of faces.

How does LED lighting work?

An LED bulb produces light by passing the electric current through a semiconducting material—the diode—which then emits photons (light) through the principle of electroluminescence. Don't let that big word scare you! ... The electrical resistance of the filament causes it to get so hot that it glows, producing light. LED lighting differs from incandescent and fluorescent in several ways. When designed well, LED lighting is more efficient, versatile, and lasts longer.LEDs are “directional” light sources, which means they emit light in a specific direction, unlike incandescent and CFL, which emit light and heat in all directions. That means LEDs are able to use light and energy more efficiently in a multitude of applications. However, it also means that sophisticated engineering is needed to produce an LED light bulb that shines light in every direction.

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