LED Lights & Streetlights
What it is
Sunlabob’s High Brightness LED lights are designed for various applications such as homes, shopping malls, conference rooms, counter lighting, decoration, office lighting, festive lighting, park lighting, and sport facilities. Up to 90% of energy is saved compared to conventional incandescent lamps. The lights have a lifespan of up to 50,000 hours, 30 times more than the conventional tungsten wire lamp, and are 3 times brighter than traditional incandescent lamps.
Sunlabob’s High Brightness LED Street Lights are designed for new street light installations, or for the replacement of traditional High Pressure Sodium Lamps, High Pressure Mercury Lamps, Metal Halide Street Lamps and others.
LEDs are not the most efficient form of lighting in terms of lumens per watt, but their long life span makes them more economical. LEDs can also provide a more pleasant spectrum of light compared to sodium lamps. The High Brightness LED Street Lights are more economical, more reliable and more suitable for street lightning than any other comparable products.
How it works
LED lights differ from conventional lightbulbs in the way the electrical energy is converted to light energy inside the bulb. Conventional lightbulbs are very inefficient as the majority of the energy input is lost as heat, but this is not a problem with LEDs.
LED street lights can be powered by grid electricity or by solar power. LED lights use DC power, which makes them ideal for using together with solar power, as an inverter is not required to convert the DC electricity produced by solar panels into AC electricity. Solar street light systems are made up of one or two solar panels, a charge controller, a battery and a DC LED lamp. During the day the solar energy is used to charge the battery, and then the battery is discharged at night to power the lights. The design of the system depends on the duty cycle (how many hours per night the lights will be on) and the required autonomy (the length of time the battery will continue to power the lights, even if the solar panels are not generating electricity).