AREA AND CAR PARK LIGHTING

INTRODUCTION TO AREA AND CAR PARK LIGHTING

Area lighting applications typically include large open air spaces that require broad, uniform illumination. Car parks must have good illuminance levels for visibility and safety, but at the same time minimize light trespass. Outdoor areas such as harbours and airports have very high poles – 30 meters and higher – that have to illuminate wide areas efficiently and without glare on employees working with heavy machinery. Sports fields – even though they have standardized areas for one particular sport – have unique stadium designs and therefore have their own specific lighting requirements. And it is not just the players that need enough glare free light that doesn’t dazzle, but also spectators and television broadcast cameras. Petrol stations, drive-through and other outdoor canopy lighting applications all need to have efficient area lighting without wasting light, and therefore energy, on the surroundings.

Typical beam spreads required in Area Lighting applications:

IESNA Type III, IV and V

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We have the widest range of optics in the world, optimized for the latest LED sources; optics that reduce the amount of glare and light trespass and throw light as far as possible from high poles. Our portfolio includes lenses and reflectors for high-power LEDs and COBs, compact arrays for mid-power LEDs and our latest optic technology in thermal resistant silicone. LEDiL’s modular optic design makes mixing and replacing different beam types inside one luminaire easy, allowing the same light engine to be used for multiple purposes. Area lighting luminaires must perform well in all conditions, and LEDiL’s high quality optics and IP-capable products ensure a long product lifetime even in the most extreme environments. With LEDiL you can be confident you have long lasting and efficient outdoor luminaires.

Please contact your local LEDiL sales representative or send us an email to ask for more recommendations, help and advice for your outdoor area lighting projects.