LED Pole Lights are smart lights that are designed with all the intelligent features like photocells and motion sensors. LED Pole Lights are a perfect replacement for metal halide lights. These lights are highly energy-efficient and long-lasting. These lights are highly used as LED Parking lot lights due to their various wattages, lumens, and color temperatures. LED Pole Lights are trending as they are energy-efficient, have longer operational life, are environment friendliness, and have excellent illumination.
Also referred to as street lights, shoebox lights, and area lights, LED Pole Lights help illuminate streets, parking lots, building entrances, gardens, and hotel walkways, among other outdoor spaces. They provide adequate lighting, keeping the drivers and pedestrians away from accidents by providing ease of navigation throughout an area.
At LEDMyplace, we provide LED pole lights that feature sturdy materials and industry-standard IP ratings, which is a testament that they will last over half a decade without frequent maintenance.
Robust unidirectional Area Lights For local lighting in large outdoor areas
LED Area lights from our collection feature a low profile. They are vibration-resistant and feature sturdy optics, which make them ideal for outdoor installation. Unlike traditional lights, LED lighting fixtures are unidirectional, which means that they put out light output in a fixed direction. The Area Lights that you’ll find in this collection offer a wide beam angle for covering a larger area. The extended area coverage and exceptional lumen output of our LED pole lights allow for cutting down the number of fixtures that you’ll need to illuminate large outdoor spaces.
ESSENTIAL FEATURES TO BE CONSIDERED FOR LED POLE LIGHTS:
Wattage – Depending on the area you want to cover, opt for the right wattage ranging from 15 watts to 300 watts.
CCT – Defines the glowing color of light, whether a warm or cool effect ranging from reddish-orange to a cool white or bluish color.
CRI – Colour rendering index is the rating system that indicates the level of illumination. The higher the rating, the light will be closer to the natural light.
Heat Dissipation – The LED fixture's enclosure should help control heat, and it has excellent heat dissipation.
LEDMyplace is a one-stop shop for all your outdoor lighting needs. We provide LED pole lights in several color options: Bronze, Gray, Black, Silver, and White. The wattage options that we have in stock are 35W, 55W, 150W, and 300W. Furthermore, you can also choose from various mounting options, depending on the mounting pole.
If you are worried about utility bills, don’t. In comparison with conventional fixtures, LED lights consume little energy. They are known to bring down energy consumption by up to 80%. Furthermore, attaching Photocell Sensors (dusk to dawn sensors) can help monitor energy usage by automating the ON/ OFF process.
ADAPTIVE AND PROTECTIVE CONTROLS
The groundbreaking technology of LED lights comes with greater flexibility because of which the dimness can get adjusted correctly. The motion sensors detect the motion, which makes the light adjustment automatic. Once the sensors stop detecting motion, the light tones down to its low mode, and after the fixed default period, it ultimately gets switched off.
Another option for control is a photocell that directs lights to turn on and off depending on ambient light. Opt for some of these innovative controls for being energy efficient and to conserve energy if there is no need.
There are particular mounting options available for LED Parking Lot Lights, depending on the light type. The sturdy mounting option we have for you is yoke-mounting (YM), adjustable mounting (AM, also known as slip fitter), direct mounting (DM), and universal mounting.
Yoke-Mounting: Yoke mounting is a simple and durable mounting solution used for mounting lighting fixtures to any vertical surface, although it allows a full tilting range of motion.
Direct-Mounting: This type of mounting can be used for mounting a lighting fixture on either a round or a square pole that allows you to illuminate your property's outdoor areas with ease.
Universal Mount: Universal mount is the type of mounting that enables you to install lighting fixtures in any desired location, be it a yoke, adjustable slip fitter, knuckle mounting, or just a bare wall.
Adjustable-Mounting: Adjustable Mounting is also called Slim Fitter Mounting. It is used for mounting LED lights in a round pole and allows you to adjust the inclination angle from 90 degrees to 180 degrees to provide you with a versatile lighting experience.
We also have Tenon Adaptors and Bullhorns, that are suitable for wooden, metallic, or concrete poles in square or round shapes.
Our accessories line for LED pole lights includes photocell Sensors, motion sensors, and Always ON Shorting Caps. Choose the right LED accessory, and you’ll be able to enhance the usability, functionality, and performance of outdoor pole light installations.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What are LED pole lights? A: LED pole lights are outdoor lighting fixtures mounted on poles or posts, typically used to illuminate large areas such as parking lots, roadways, pathways, and outdoor spaces. They utilize energy-efficient LED technology to provide bright and focused lighting.
Q: Where are LED pole lights commonly used? A: LED pole lights are commonly used in various outdoor settings, including parking lots, streets, highways, sports fields, industrial areas, campuses, and public parks. They are suitable for any location where high-quality outdoor lighting is required.
Q: Are LED pole lights weather-resistant? A: Yes, most LED pole lights are designed to be weather-resistant. They often have IP (Ingress Protection) ratings that indicate their level of protection against water and dust. Look for lights with higher IP ratings if you live in areas with extreme weather conditions.
Q: Do LED pole lights come with warranties? A: Yes, reputable LED pole light manufacturers often provide warranties for their products. The duration of the warranty can vary, so it's essential to check the specific warranty terms offered by the manufacturer.
Q: What are the benefits of using LED pole lights with photocell? A: The advantages include:
Energy efficiency: The automatic on/off operation based on natural light levels saves energy by only illuminating the area when necessary.
Convenience: No manual control is required, as the lights adjust themselves according to the changing daylight conditions.
Improved safety and security: LED pole lights with photocell ensure that outdoor areas are adequately lit during the night, enhancing safety and deterring potential intruders.
Q: How bright should a pole light be? A: The brightness of a pole light depends on its intended use and location. Here are some guidelines:
Residential Areas: In residential areas, pole lights are primarily used for security and ambiance. Brightness levels ranging from 1000 to 3,000 lumens are usually adequate for these purposes. A typical driveway or backyard might need 1,500 lumens, while larger areas may require more.
Streets & Roadways: For public streets, roadways, and highways, pole lights need to be brighter to ensure pedestrian and vehicular safety. Typically, these range from 12,000 to 16,000 lumens for major roadways and 7,000 to 12,000 lumens for smaller streets or lanes.
Parking Lots: Depending on the size and purpose, parking lots usually require pole lights with brightness levels between 9,000 to 20,000 lumens. Commercial parking lots, for instance, might need brighter illumination than a private parking area. ( Generally, for a standard commercial parking lot, you'd want between 20,000 to 30,000 lumens for pole lights. Smaller parking areas or private lots might require fewer lumens, typically between 10,000 to 20,000.)
Recreational Parks & Sports Areas: Outdoor sports fields or parks might need extremely bright pole lights, especially if they're intended for nighttime sports events. These can range from 20,000 to 50,000 lumens, depending on the sport and the size of the field.
Commercial Areas & Campuses: Commercial properties, college campuses, or large institutions might require pole lights with lumens ranging from 10,000 to 20,000, depending on the specific application and area size.
Pathways & Walkways: Smaller pole lights or bollard lights often illuminate pathways. These typically range from 300 to 1,000 lumens, ensuring adequate visibility without overpowering brightness.
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