LED street lighting for city road in Saudi Arabia

LED street lighting for city road in Saudi Arabia

The LED street lighting project in Arabia uses a Series H modular design of LED street lamps to replace traditional high pressure sodium lamps. LED lighting features high energy efficiency and low energy consumption, with long life and stability. Does not contain mercury and other harmful substances, will not produce light pollution and heat pollution, small impact on the environment. The high color index can also be achieved only by control. LED lighting has been more and more welcomed and promoted by people, becoming the future lighting market mainstream trend.

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This fixture is extremely easy to install, I have installed hundreds of them and only had to warranty a few. My customers are very happy with the results.
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These LED street lights have been working continuously for a period of time without any failure, and the quality is guaranteed. I am very satisfied with this product.
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The Problem

  • The original road lighting used conventional high pressure sodium lamps, which took a long time to start up and required preheating.
  • High pressure sodium lamp yellow light, no white light, dim visual effect.
  • High pressure sodium lamp has a low color rendering index and cannot clearly reflect the true color of the object being illuminated.
  • The low power factor of high voltage sodium lamp ballast requires increased compensation to meet the national minimum requirements
  • Compared with LED street lighting, high pressure sodium lamps have a short service life and consume electricity.

The Solutions

LED street lighting instead of traditional high-pressure sodium lighting is the best lighting choice at present. Facing wide types of street lights, the customer chose the H series modular design of LED street lamps to replace the 250W-300W high-pressure sodium lamp, which solves the traffic hazard caused by dim lighting and ensures people’s travel safety. The modular design of the lamps has ultra-high heat dissipation performance, which is very suitable for the local ambient temperature. LED lighting instead of high pressure sodium lamps can save energy, and cost, improve brightness and uniformity, effectively reduce light pollution, and provide more options for lighting in modern buildings.

project Details

Product Quantity CCT /Optics Quantity
120W led street lighting ZGSM-LD120H4 5700K, 2M 298pcs
150W led street lighting ZGSM-LD150H5 5700K, 2M 152pcs
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The Result

This led street lighting retrofitting projects using 70% less energy than high pressure sodium lamps, saving customers a significant amount of money on their electricity bills. The long service life can last for many years without replacement. Up to now, the lamps still do not have any damage and are in good condition to continue working. The client was very pleased with the LED street light price and satisfied with the streetlight renovation project, which gave the whole lighting area a new look and a fresh feeling. In addition, customers are very interested in ZGSM’s solar street lights, and they also plan to buy a batch of lamps to contribute to further reducing carbon emissions.

ZGSM offers comprehensive lighting solutions

For various scenarios including street lighting, urban lighting, highway lighting, parking lot lighting, stadium lighting, sports lighting, factory lighting, warehouse lighting, gas station lighting, and tunnel lighting. Our solutions are designed to provide efficient and reliable illumination, enhancing safety and visibility in these environments.

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Frequently Asked Questions

We know you might have more questions, so here’s a list of the questions we get asked the most about LED street lighting.

By enhancing visibility, LED street lighting reduces nighttime collisions. can cut down on collisions involving pedestrians by about 50%. can assist in navigating. People can feel safer and crime may be reduced thanks to street illumination.

A key component of urban planning and infrastructure development is the design of street lighting. A well-planned LED street lighting system improves a city or community’s appearance, safety, and visibility. The following important factors should be taken into account while designing street lighting:

Visibility and safety

Ensure that there is sufficient illumination to allow cars, bicycles, and pedestrians to navigate safely while minimizing dark areas and shadows.
To reduce contrast and glare, work for a consistent distribution of lights along the entire road.
Color Temperature: To improve item visibility and recognition, choose a suitable color temperature (usually in the colder range).
Efficiency in Energy:

Energy-efficient LED street lighting fixtures should be used since they use less energy and have a longer lifespan than conventional lighting technologies.
Smart Controls: Use lighting controls like dimmer switches, motion detectors, and timers to adjust lighting according to traffic patterns and the time of day.
Dark Sky Conformity:

Use Lighting Fixtures with Proper Shielding: Choose lighting fixtures with proper shielding to reduce light pollution by directing light downward and limiting glare and light spillage into the sky.
Architecture and aesthetics

Fixture Design: Pick fixtures that blend in with the neighborhood’s architectural design and add to the area’s overall aesthetic attractiveness.
Light Poles: To create a harmonious cityscape, take into account the design and positioning of light poles.
Height of Mounting and Spacing:

Proper Pole Positioning: Based on the width of the road and required lighting levels, calculate the ideal distance between light poles. Take into account elements like junctions and pedestrian crossings.
Mounting Height: To produce uniform illumination and reduce glare, use a proper pole height.
Type of Traffic and Roadway:

Road Classification: Depending on the volume and speed of the traffic, different road categories (such as arterial roads, local streets, and pedestrian walkways) may require various lighting design strategies.
Effect on the Environment:

Wildlife Considerations: When possible, use warm-colored light and refrain from using excessive brightness to reduce the effect of lights on nearby wildlife.
Preservation and Accessibility:

Accessibility of Fixtures: Take into account aspects like pole height and location to make sure that fixtures are easily accessible for maintenance and replacement.
Flexibility and futureproofing:

Scalability: Plan the lighting system to allow for future growth or adjustments to the way the roads are laid out.
Smart Infrastructure: Take into account incorporating smart lighting technologies and controls that enable future upgrades and improvements.
Standardization and Local Laws:

In order to assure compliance with safety, energy efficiency, and environmental requirements, abide by local lighting ordinances, regulations, and standards.
Community Participation

To ensure that the lighting design reflects the tastes and needs of the community, consult with stakeholders such as local companies, residents, and stakeholders.

The upfront cost of installation should be weighed against future operating savings and maintenance needs.
Urban planners, lighting designers, engineers, and other pertinent stakeholders should work together to design street lighting in order to produce a lighting solution that satisfies the community’s functional, esthetic, and sustainable objectives.

Between 40% to 60%
lowers operating expenses Your power bill can be significantly decreased while maintaining ideal brightness with LED street lights’ low wattage. Additionally, they can cut energy use by 40 to 60 percent.

Two light poles should be spaced apart by around 2.5 to 3 times the height of the poles. Installing shorter light poles at regular intervals is recommended. The optimal height and spacing along a corridor will also depend on the density, rate of travel, and type of light source.

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