Eight advantages of LED street lights.

With the continuous progress and maturity of LED street lamp technology, many urban road projects have begun to use LED street lamps. This kind of street lamps rely on LED light-emitting diodes to generate electricity. Then, what advantages does LED street lamps have?

Advantages of LED street lights:

1. The LED street lamp is green and environmentally friendly: it does not contain harmful elements such as mercury and xenon, which is conducive to recycling and does not cause electromagnetic interference (ordinary lamps contain mercury and lead elements, and the electronic ballast in energy-saving lamps will cause electromagnetic interference. ).

2. The LED street light has a long life: the semiconductor chip emits light, no filament, no glass bubble, not afraid of vibration, not easy to break, and the service life of the LED street light can reach 50,000 hours.

3. High-efficiency and energy-saving: LED street lights consume only a few kilowatts of electricity in a thousand hours (ordinary 60W incandescent lamps consume 1 kilowatt of electricity in 17 hours, and ordinary 10W energy-saving lamps consume 1 kilowatt of electricity in 100 hours).

4. LED street light rays are healthy: the light does not contain ultraviolet rays and infrared rays, and does not produce radiation (normal light rays contain ultraviolet rays and infrared rays).

5. The safety factor of LED street lights is high: the required voltage and current are small, the heat is small, and no safety hazards are generated, and it is used in dangerous places such as mines.

6. The potential of the LED street lamp market is great: low voltage, DC power supply, battery, solar power supply, LED street lamps in remote mountainous areas and outdoor lighting and other places where electricity is short of electricity.

7. Protect eyesight: DC drive, no stroboscopic (ordinary lights are driven by AC, so stroboscopic is bound to occur).

8. High light efficiency: LED street lamps generate little heat, and 90% of the electric energy is converted into visible light (80% of the electric energy of ordinary incandescent lamps is converted into heat energy, and only 20% of the electric energy is converted into light energy).