Advantages of Improving Brightness of Public Lighting
The construction standard of street lamps and some street lamps in cities is low, with long service life, serious corrosion and aging of lamp poles, and insufficient illumination, which affects the safety of citizens' travel and even brings about public security problems. The municipal office will replace all the lamp posts and caps of these road lamps and some street lamps with new public lighting, which can meet the requirements of energy conservation and environmental protection, and at the same time improve the light intensity to provide more convenience for citizens to travel at night.The transformation to improve the brightness of public lighting has been completely upgraded from the original high-pressure sodium lamps to energy-saving street lamps, bringing more energy-saving and efficient public lighting to citizens. Compared with a high-pressure sodium lamp, street lamp head has a better lighting effect, lower power, more energy-saving, and environmental protection. In this way, on the basis of the same electricity consumption, the brightness of street lamps will be higher, and this benefit can also benefit drivers on the road.Almost all ordinary street lamps have the problem of "black under the lamp". The surrounding area is bright, but the street lamp is dark under it. However, due to changes in brightness and light distribution mode, street lamps can basically avoid the "zebra crossing effect" of light and shade interlacing on the road.As the most important part of city construction, public lighting brings great benefits to people who go out at night, and it is also the choice of street lamps. At present, the application of street lamps is quite extensive, and the brightness it presents is not too dazzling, and the effect is especially good when it is used. More importantly, it is especially energy-saving and environment-friendly, creating a more favorable installation environment for us. When installing energy-saving public lighting, it is necessary to pay attention to whether the lines are regular or not, and so on. Only when these are in place, I believe that the advantages of public lighting can be brought into full play, so as to better use it.