The Gas-Lantern-Style LED Post-top Fixtures is a classic, aesthetically pleasing design that can be used for a variety of applications, including parks, shopping malls, courtyards, historic areas, and pedestrian paths. They feature a slim, streamlined design with no visible wiring, and are suitable for outdoor use. This versatile type of post-top fixture is also available in a variety of colors and sizes.
LED post-top fixtures have reduced maintenance costs because of their longer lifespan. LED bulbs last about 10 times as long as incandescent bulbs, which means that the maintenance costs of these fixtures will be substantially lower than they would be if the lighting was incandescent. In addition, LED bulbs require fewer replacements, reducing the risk of fire and lowering the costs associated with labor. Here are some advantages of LED post top fixtures:
The cost of lamp replacement is significant, especially if the fixture is located outdoors. Usually, lamp replacements take forty to sixty minutes and can cost up to $120 per lamp, depending on the size and type. The labor involved in replacing the lamp and ballast can easily run up to $1,200. The same procedure costs about $40 per lamp. The maintenance costs of LED post-top fixtures are relatively low, but they can add up quickly.
LED POST TOP CORN BULB: This high-output lamp is a direct replacement for conventional MH and HPS bulbs in outdoor pole-mounted decorative luminaires. Its energy-efficient design enables it to retrofit conventional fixtures with operating temperatures of -4°F to +40°C. The bulb delivers a lumen output that is similar to MH and HPS bulbs and has a long operational life of up to 36,000 hours. As a result, it can help save 80% on your electric bill.
The CRI is a measure of light accuracy. High-CRI post-top lights produce light that is 80% accurate. The ideal light source for post-top lighting is daylight. High-CRI post-top fixtures also withstand moisture, dust, and rain. They are available in a variety of wattages, making them a cost-effective alternative to conventional lighting fixtures. However, there are a few things to consider before making the switch.
You might be wondering what the difference between a wide beam and a narrow beam is. Basically, the beam angle refers to the angle at which light enters the fixture. The wide beam angle is 120 degrees and covers the entire room. A narrow beam is less than 30 degrees. The narrow beam angle is used to illuminate a specific area. This information is crucial when it comes to choosing the correct light for a specific area.
Beam angles can vary depending on the height of the ceilings in a given room. In a high ceilinged warehouse, the beam angle may be slightly different than in a residential space. The light source used in such a fixture will need to be chosen individually to avoid over-illuminating the area. When choosing the right light bulb for the right fixture, be sure to check the ceiling height and beam angle of the space where you will install it.
Aluminum or fiberglass poles
LED post top fixtures consist of three components: a pole, base, and luminaire or luminaires. A base offers a clean and functional joint between the pole and foundation. A typical clamshell design facilitates easy access to the inner base mounting hardware and wiring. The pole and base are commonly manufactured from aluminum, which allows for complex geometries and cost-effective manufacturing in large quantities. Additionally, these materials offer decorative elements that can complement the surrounding architecture or establish a theme for a lighting installation.
The hand hole on an aluminum hinged pole is the key to proper mounting. The hand hole is always sided A. The direction of descent for an aluminum hinged pole is generally 90deg. The arm-mount hole in a fixture should be installed 90deg to the right of the hand hole. Before making a field modification, notify Acuity Brands so that they can assess potential hazard issues and provide the proper modifications for the fixture.
Cost of bulbs
Post-top fixtures are an excellent way to brighten up your property at night. However, there are a few things to consider when choosing bulbs. For starters, you need to consider the amount of energy they use. Different types of bulbs use different amounts of energy. For example, holiday lights use five watts per bulb, while other types use thousands of bulbs. The cost of running these lights depends on their power consumption, as well as their cost of operation. A 15-watt bulb will cost approximately 0.15 cents per hour to run.
You can find LED post-top bulbs that are designed to convert MH and HID post-top fixtures into LED post-top fixtures. These bulbs are designed with an E39/E40 mogul screw base that makes installation easy. LED post-top bulbs come in pyramid shapes that feature radially mounted LEDs. These LED post-top bulbs use 40 watts of power and have a 4,800-lumen output. If you want to save money, you should replace your old fixtures with LED bulbs.