Bright and clear canopy lighting increases a sense of safety and comfort that can make the difference between “let’s drive on to the next one” to “let’s stop here”.Our complete lighting solutions transform petrol stations into branded landmarks and welcoming spaces – inviting drivers to rest, relax and refresh. Our canopy lighting solutions deliver high vertical lighting levels, increasing customers’ sense of safety and comfort which, in turn, drives brand loyalty. A switch to LED canopy lighting can save up to 90% energy compared to conventional solutions. Optimize savings even further by adding smart energy management systems that allow light levels optimization and maintenance planning. And rest assured that our Petrol Station Lighting program is backed by leading-edge lighting design expertise, international and/or local application support and logistic and sales offices throughout the world.
Description of A-series LED gas station lights:
The A-series gas station light use aluminum alloy stretch housing which have better heat transfer. All of the screws on A-series gas station are stainless steel.
The high transparency and uvioresistant PC lens be used in A series gas station light to improve high system efficiency and effective protect the LEDs without any broken.
The A-series gas station light have excellent heat dissipation because it’s heat sink direct exposed to the air.
Through use the High efficiency Philips Luxeon 3535 TX chips, the system efficiency of A-series gas station light can up to 105lm/w.
The gas station light can be used in Zone 2 explosive area
100W GAS STATION LIGHT
The light is produced either directly by the flame, generally by using special mixes of illuminating gas to increase brightness, or indirectly with other components such as the gas mantle or the limelight, with the gas primarily functioning as a fuel source.
Before electricity became sufficiently widespread and economical to allow for general public use, gas was the most popular method of outdoor and indoor lighting in cities and suburbs. Early gas lights were ignited manually, but many later designs are self-igniting.
Gas lighting now is generally used for camping, where the high energy density of a hydrocarbon fuel, combined with the modular nature of canisters (a strong metal container) allows bright and long lasting light to be produced cheaply and without complex equipment. In addition, some urban historical districts retain gas street lighting, and gas lighting is used indoors or outdoors to create or preserve a nostalgic effect.